Profit from a small patio or yard with these space-saving decorating and gardening concepts. We love that chunk of green onion, the chives, Swiss chard, the baby eggplants, cucumber tea sandwiches and tomatoes, time and again. Turning your yard, balcony container backyard, schoolyard, work landscape, or roadside greenspace right into a Licensed Wildlife Habitat® is enjoyable, straightforward and makes a giant difference for neighborhood wildlife. Vietnamese urns from East Hampton Gardens frame the view at designer Jill Morris’s New Jersey house The pergola at the far end is roofed in two fast-growing vines, Dutchman’s Pipe, on the left, planted by Morris’s companion, Chuck Baker, and Fiveleaf Akebia (also known as a chocolate vine), planted by Morris.
I just want to give an enormous thanks to Greta on the Yard Backyard Oasis. Perhaps you do not have a lot of backyard space, or any at all. But to be a extremely … Read the rest