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Rain water run off problem solved with a gorgeous dry creek bed, Japanese bridge.

Rain water run off problem solved with a gorgeous dry creek bed, Japanese bridge. Note how creek bed ends at garden bed up against fence & how bridge makes it possible to walk across.

Concrete gap filler. Never weed again!! I did this on my patio and driveway. Love it! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept.

Concrete Gap Filler : pinner said, "Never weed again! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept. Make sure it says "Self-Leveling" concrete crack filler!

Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart: EverEdge Edging - Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel with 3-3/4" spikes, EvrEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and come five to a set, totaling 16 linear feet of edging per package. $95 at Grandin Road

Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart: EverEdge Edging - Made from sturdy, powder coated flexible steel with spikes, EvrEdge appeals with its casual, country garden look. Lengths are interlocking for seamless installation and c

Electrical Wiring: How to Run Power Anywhere  The easiest way to bring electricity to a shed, garden or lamppost

Electrical Wiring: How to Run Power Anywhere: The easiest way to bring electricity to a shed, garden or lamppost Stubs for outdoor tree lights, fire pit areas

Is your lamp post a little rusty, dirty, or does it clash with the outside of your house? This is a super easy, quick, and inexpensive way to update your lamp post!

Clean up your lamp post with fresh coat of paint - quick, easy and inexpensive way to update your curb appeal!

How to Install Outdoor Lighting and Outlet

How to Install Outdoor Lighting and Outlet Run an underground electrical line into the garden to power an outdoor light or a pond pump. Here’s the quickest and cheapest method for bringing power to a remote spot without tearing up your yard.