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What does your landscape need? You may be able to create what's missing out of what you already have. In these yards an old shed becomes a pub, a boat provides poolside seating and a concrete slab creates a raised water garden.

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New Life for a Concrete Slab

This former carport was transformed into a colorful outdoor living room without a trip to the landfill, says designer Stephanie Bartron. The existing concrete slab was sliced into strips, then stacked to form a corner bench and raised koi pond. Planting beds fill the holes in the new hardscape.

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