Alternating strips of bricks and grass type a driveway that scores high for city greening. Grass areas slow rain and take in it, permitting water to percolate into soil beneath—instead of flowing into municipal storm drains. It’s a good way to extend your own home’s curb attraction, particularly in metropolitan areas where storm runoff is taxed. Besides that, the mix of red brick and green grass offers this Dutch colonial an idyllic cottage really feel.
Party Central: A Firepit Garden For Summer Nights
This mulch is on the market to residents who make the trek to town’s park or public backyard for pickup. Long and ample windows welcome pure mild into this Boulder, Colorado, residence that was featured in HGTV Magazine. A cheerful yellow door hints at this house owner’s love affair with the mountain region’s bright sunshine. Roses skirt the porch, which has an open railing to let the … Read More