|Project by BenhamDesign||posted 08-31-2014 09:45 AM||8366 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
This staircase was cut into the side of the hill right outside my front door, heading down to the lower level just outside the daylight basement. That area will soon be zero scaped with some decorative rock. However for this project the stairs where the first priority from this spring.
There wasn’t too much fussing around with the stairs, as we have sandy soil in this area of Colorado. The sand made it easy to level and set the stones in place. Around the steps, we planted some wooly time and it filled in nicely around the steps as the summer has gone on. I’m not sure what the taller yellow flowers, going down the side are called. I think they are a wild flower in this area, because they are growing all over the adjacent field.
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