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GBDW – Covering the Ground Wrap-Up


Many thanks to this month’s contributors for sharing lots of ideas and helpful how-to tips on getting rid of grass, choosing and using mulches, and selecting gorgeous groundcovers for multi-season interest. Let’s get right to them!

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GBDW – Garden Benches Wrap-Up

Diagonal path late Aug 06

[Note: We hope to post the Picture This results in the next day or two. Sorry for the delay, folks.]

Thanks to all who joined us as readers and/or writers for this month’s Design Workshop. In case you missed any of the contributions, here’s a run-down of this month’s links.

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Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – Entrance Gardens

Front of House early July 05

This month’s Design Workshop topic was inspired in part by Great Garden Gates, a recent post by GGW Regular Contributor Debra Lee Baldwin. In there, she shared a gallery of photos showcasing over a dozen great-looking gates: some cute, some quirky, some classy, and all inspiring. Gates like these do double duty, adding personality to their gardens and making the experience of entering the gardens into an event.

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Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – Walls and Fences Revisited Wrap-Up

Rustic fence at Horsford 08

A virtual pot of sweetly scented primroses to all of you who shared your thoughts on and images of garden walls and fences for this month’s Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop. Here are the posts…

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GBDW – Coping with Slopes Wrap-Up

Boulder at Rockydale

We’ve gotten some fantastic contributions for this month’s Design Workshop – solid how-to advice as well as a wealth of design ideas. So without further ado, on to the links… Continue Reading →

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