rock garden esque edging.

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

stone chair

The rock chair. This would be awesome to have in the front yard as one walks up to the house, two rock chairs with a little rock table in between.

string gardening.

Suspended String Gardens

Found via Urban Garden, these hanging gardens are an art installation type project by Fedor. Using string, moss, grass, and bowls or a glass reservoir - plants are transformed into suspended living works of art.

Wine Bottle Hanging planters

DIY Wine Bottle Hanging Planters

DIY Wine Bottle Hanging Planters -- I LOVE this. I like wine, I like plants, what else is there?

whimsical.

A craftsman’s fairy tale cottages built with reclaimed materials

Fairy Tale House Sheds - Dan Pauly makes them entirely out of reclaimed wood. They can be used as garden sheds, saunas, guest cottages, artist studios and play houses for kids. Aren't they darling?

Tree Pee

Top 10 topiaries: best decorative hedges

Children playing around a hollow cone shaped topiary, perfect for hide and seek(a topiary tee-pee!

wow!

A bit dramatic for a tiny house but above the bed would be awesome While it looks like a greenhouse, this coastal home in California, built by Mickey Muennig, has a removable window which helps keep the place cool.

perfect

Old boat house in Norway. When I see pictures of Norway, I understand how in the depths of my soul I long for mountains, waterfalls and wild nature. I am Norwegian to the very core of my being.

Takanori Aiba

Artist transforms bonsai trees and empty cans into insane Lilliputian cities

Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who specializes in intricate Bonsai Tree-houses. Aiba uses craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials to construct sprawling miniature tree-house communities that wrap around bonsai trees.

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

Charles Jencks , American landscape architect and designer: The Universe Cascade, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland

mason jar lights

Love the idea of illuminating a backyard with mason jar candle holders hanging from trees - cute to light the way for the long outdoor reception

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