Eva Vítková
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Claw Rake and Cultivator ,Oenbopo Garden Scratch Tool Stainless steel 3 Long Claws Pronged Weeding Ripping Rake Garden Balcony Lawn Clutivator Mini size with enhanced claws with diameter of and length up for durable and effective.

Rock garden now add some grasses and make it bigger love this - maybe this should be what is in the front instead of what I have

I would add something to the color , but otherwise is more or less the same as waiting for me in the garden . Ma lisaks midagi värvilist ka juurde, aga muidu on enam-vähem sama, mis mul aias ootamas.

Rock bowls holding succulents.

Succulent rock garden- I really love the varieties of succulents they've chosen here. Gorgeous and perfect for my climate! NOTE Make container for grove area and plant succulents and ground cover?

Latest creations, hypertufa planters using old household towels

Discover thousands of images about Do you want to make a homemade garden planter as a spring or summer project. A perfect option is to make a draped hypertufa planter as a DIY project.

flowers, plants and tree engraved!

Succulent tree trunk - instructions are not in English but the idea is pretty basic. Tree trunk + removal of some wood + soil, water & succulents = awesomeness in your garden! You could even hang this from a patio at eye height.

Creative Garden Container Ideas | Use rocks as pla...

Nice planter using broken pieces of stone or slate. We have a variety of slate, fieldstone, and PA blue stone that could be beautifully repurposed into this planter! Fun project for dad and the kids :)

How to make a Leaf Stepping Stones

Make Cement Leaves! In a bucket or pail, mix two cups of cement with 1 cup of water to create a thick paste. spread the cement mixture onto each leaf. Allow the cement to dry then Flip the mold over, and remove each leaf.