e can I buy spheres like those?
I like this structure and the wood color
I'm liking the idea of small, irregular poured slabs on a walkway, with tiny stones pressed in, when wet...then short ground cover plantings between them...something like thyme, that would smell good when stepped on.
I love the L shape of the cover, which allows you to pick a sunny or shady spot on the patio, and lets the organically shaped patio creep around into a shape that doesn't line up with the cover. Also allows for use of a shade-tolerant moss ground cover that looks so pretty under the patio cover
first time I drove through central Virginia, I noticed all of these amazing rolls of hay dotting the hills. Up to this point, I'd only seen rectangular bales of hay, and I was entranced. Something about the placement of these spheres in the landscape reminds me of the feeling I had the first time I saw those