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Outdoor Decor Spotlight

  • Inspiring Art: Outdoor Décor for the Garden
    April 9, 2018

    Inspiring Art: Outdoor Décor for the Garden

    Whether you have a single flowerbed along your front walkway, an expansive space filled with greenery, or a simple patio with a few potted plants, outdoor décor can take your garden to new heights.

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  • 5 Tips for Decorating Your Garden
    April 7, 2018

    5 Tips for Decorating Your Garden

    Ornaments, wind spinners, wind chimes, lights, and more: Beautiful outdoor décor adds color, texture, and even sound to your landscape, giving it year-round appeal.
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  • Enjoy these easy flower bed ideas! Attract butterflies and birds, or enjoy a low-maintenance look year-round.
    April 3, 2018

    Quick and Easy Garden Ideas: Design the Perfect Flower Bed

    While we can’t do the digging, install pretty stone borders, or decide which perennials to include in your landscape, we can help you design the perfect flower bed, complete with attractive accents that keep your lawn or garden looking its best even when flowers aren’t in bloom.

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  • Easy water features take your DIY landscape to the next level!
    April 3, 2018

    DIY Landscaping: Water Features Made Easy

    Small, portable water features are a DIY landscaper’s dream: They’re the perfect way to add even more life to your lawn or garden without much investment in terms of money, time, or even effort. Just like full-size ponds, they provide visiting birds and pollinators with a valuable source of refreshment, and like their larger cousins, they bring a wonderful touch of ambience to outdoor spaces of every kind.

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  • What is a rain chain and how does it work? Learn all about rain chains and see some of our most popular choices.
    April 3, 2018

    Rain Chains: A Beautiful Alternative to Downspouts

    Also known as Kusari-toi or Kusari-doi, rain chains originated in Japan, where even basic, useful items are often meant to be visually pleasing as well as utilitarian. Hung beneath a gutter’s exit point, a rain chain transforms the flow of falling water into a beautiful feature. The most basic, traditional designs feature linked chains or simple cups with cutouts in their bottoms. As rainwater trickles down the chain, it creates a pleasing waterfall effect.

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