Monday, April 26, 2010

Garden Project





Today we completed a garden project that we have been wanting to do. Because of the amount of foot traffic that our garden gets there is an area where the grass just will not grow very well and has the tendency to become muddy during rainy weather. We solved the problem with exposed aggregate concrete landings. They are larger then stepping stones and of different sizes, we don't care for anything too expected or perfect. We used wine barrel rings, concrete and small round pebbles in pretty colors. The project turned out well. Tomorrow we are adding new grass and some wooly time ground cover to fill in around the stones. One project done, many many more to go...

11 comments:

VERBENA.... NESTED TREASURES said...

Oh wow you both are amazing!!! where is this? xox laura

Denise said...

Looks Great. Can hardly wait to see it. You two work great together.

KayzKreationz said...

It looks like quite a bit of work. But it looks like it turned out really great. Enjoy.

creekside rummager said...

GO you two!! It looks good. How energetic after your weekend. I like your comment about not liking things too perfect; that's what I keep saying about my big brick job.

CiNdEe said...

Those are perfect! My brother makes them too. Those barrel rings are handy for a lot of great projects(-:

Rosewood Cottage said...

how fun! looks like a lot of work but the end result is charming! :)

Peonies & Magnolias said...

How neat, they look great.

Sandy

Darla said...

What a great way to cover up a bad area and make it attractive....

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Kansas Amy said...

Great idea! Good job!!

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