My greenhouse needs a new entrance, the current one is rather ugly. This picture is a bit old, there are now 2 3'x20' raised beds along the wall to the right for berry bushes, and an L shaped trellis around the right and back of the greenhouse with grapes to shield it from the afternoon sun, and the dead grass is now completely overrun with weeds where the water seeps out from the greenhouse floor. I'm tired of my ugly, weedy entrance (the stinging nettles and those pokey seed pod things are the best when you're barefoot), so my daughter and I decided to install some old hard pond liners and a pathway.
Old pic, but you get the idea
The new plan involves digging up all the dead grass and weeds (about halfway done before it started to rain), installing stone looking edgers, putting in a lima bean and round pond liner, one on each side, and making a bunch of leaf themed paving stones. I'm thinking mulch and creeping thyme for around the ponds and pavers, but haven't decided yet.
Here are the two ideas we will be trying out for the pavers
For the bogs I was planning on Sarracenias, which are the only things I've grown outdoors here so far (zone 10a), but I'd like to try some other plants as well. I'll be updating this with more pictures, I'm going to be using this thread for motivation to get this sucker done