for the brick wall in my dream house: Moss Graffiti: Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows.
Good idea for multiple reasons: equisetum (horsetail, snake grass, puzzlegrass) (grow zone grows so quickly and make even the newest newbie of a gardener feel accomplished and happy. equisetum can get out invasive and a container will control it.
Make a bench without hammers, nails or a drill! DIY Outdoor Bench - in less than an hour using cinder blocks and boards. Get cushions from a used furniture shop or an old couch being thrown away and cover with sheets (which you can just pin together).
After sinking posts into concrete footings, both sets of boards were screwed to posts and finished with a sealer. Using old wood is not only Earth-friendly, but it adds personality to a garden of designer Eric Gomez. Read more VIA Sunset.
On a tight budget? This has been achieved with a recycled timber, some breeze blocks a lick of paint. The trick to the style is to stick to a limited colour palette which brings harmony - but also a great contrast in the textures of the materials.
Garden Products include Garden Edging, Landscape Edging, and Garden Stepping Stones. Landscape Edging Units are perfect for adding borders to garden areas, Stepping Stones for creating pathways through your garden or unpaved areas.