Explore Splash Of Color, Colored Glass, and more!

Be adventurous! A splash of color in unexpected places can make the difference between pretty and WOW in the garden /Like Colored glass . gravel. Just marvelous!

Outdoor Rooms: Bursts of Color

Landscape Glass -tinted glass gravel -made from recycled glass pebbles

Tumbled glass mulch, custom-made from recycled Chardonnay bottles, which conceals an LED light cable buried beneath. Decomposed granite underscores the bright glass front, while Echeveria elegans blooms in back.

2010-2011 Dream Garden Awards

Garden Glass Mulch.  It's tumbled to be smooth like sea glass. Also known as landscape glass.

The 2 Minute Gardener: Photo - Dry River Stream Made from Recycled Glass

A dry creek bed offers a soothing, natural look in a garden. Design with a few gentle curves and a mix of rock sizes for a garden feature you'll love year-round.  step-by-step instructions

How to Create a Dry Creek

How to project: make a dry stream bed . This dry stream bed looks so natural, you'd think it had always been part of the landscape. But it can be created by nearly any DIY-savvy homeowner.

Great Ideas for using rock mulch in your landscape, planting areas and garden.  Tips, design ideas and tutorials for your yard.

How to Make Rock Mulch Look Amazing

Beautiful idea for a trellis entrance between a front and side yard (or, in my case, between the side and back yards

Smart Side-Yard Solutions

Link Your Front and Back Yards If you've landscaped your front and back yard, link them with an attractive side-yard garden. For the best effect, match the style and use some of the same plants on the side that you do in the front and in the back.

Garden path of blue stone looks like a river, stones for around the pond

Rocky River Road They've created a little Chicago River through one of the sidewalk gardens on Michigan Avenue. Along the rocky blue river are planters that look like Chicago skyscrapers.

Pretty Garden Shed | Thursday, June 17, 2010

Plan your landscape to hide outdoor structures. Sheds, garages, and outdoor workspaces are not always the most attractive in your yard. Use these spaces as a setting for a beautiful display of plants and flowers.