This luxury Arizona desert home combines waterscaping, xeriscaping and desertscaping to create a sustainable outdoor environment. It all starts with the rock water garden and waterfall at the front door.
Lost my best friend in July, i will have her planter like this come spring, she used impatients in hers, therefor i will reuse it like this but with impatients under our tree in memory of her ,also put a angel by it
Tree Portal Mandala I love everything about this gate: the mixed use of metal and wood, the mandala window, the tree with is filigree roots and branches, and it's placement within the stone wall. The whole thing feels.
Its amazing what you can do with one fallen tree and a chainsaw isnt it? Most of us look at a fallen tree and see firewood. But wait! This gallery shows you why you shouldnt burn those logs: theownerbuilderne. Burn a log and it’s gone forever!
Use gabion baskets - or make your own using steel mesh - fill with pebbles or stone and add reclaimed wood or railway sleeper tops and you have a modern outdoor dining set that is easy to make, won't cost a fortune and is practically maintenance free!
The Garden Igloo Kit. in a few different versions. could be a greenhouse +/or alternative to tent accommodations to house a few more summer retreatants. not particularly cost effective though, in my humble view.