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Personal Garden Coach
1 Review
Monochromatic gardens
A stunning monochromatic garden in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
Gardens are made even better, too, when they're accessible through a gate. Framing a garden - whether its with a fence, shrubbery or just the illusion of a barrier - adds an element of surprise and excitement. garden columns
Blue in the garden Green compliments, but so do pink, purple and yellow.
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green spears of agave to the violet-blue of the iris, you can find every shade of blue in the garden. Notice
“Colors” — bonnielv55
4 Reviews
Woodland Garden
Nice layout to have in a garden
HARLOW's fairy garden entrance
Lovely garden gate and trellis
Love this door to garden
Secret Garden doorway
Human door used in garden
secret garden...Garden doors...Bush garden...Garden entry...Garden Door...Front garden...secret garden gate...garden fence...Garden gate...Secret garden?...Woodland Garden...garden gate
“pool gate” — Sandy White
Urban Landscape
18 Reviews
Living Walls
How to maintain a wall garden
Since green walls are dynamic, living things, they must be maintained. Having a green wall is a commitment, like having a pet or a garden. Think of it as a landscape or garden turned sideways to grow up on your wall. To thrive, it should be cared for by a professional maintenance technician (recommended
of the maintenance is ensuring that the irrigation system is working properly. This means not underwatering or OVER watering the plants. And, like a garden, plants must be occasionally pruned, fertilized, and weeded if necessary; and sometimes plants will need to be replaced. A trained maintenance expert
request this feature. The plant palette used really determines the level of maintenance the wall will require, just like in a typical landscape or garden. Hope this helps!
“Wall by garage” — jabunze
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Could you not set your garden on fire by the sunlight being focused through one of the bottles..?
Fairy And leprechaun catching!!!!
Random look of garden and recycled art
can't think of anything more whimisical in the garden than a bottle tree. They are more typically seen in the Southern garden and are really beautiful when the sun sets them ablaze.
Blooms may be scarce in winter, but you'll always have color in a garden sporting an old-fashioned bottle tree. And
or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.Plant choices should show off the best of your ornamentation, adding up to an artistic sum that is more delightful than its individual elements. Similarly, if your garden requires something
“How funky!” — Michelle Dulson
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Guest House Cottage Garden
Guest House Cottage Garden
Dear Garden Associates, Inc
Footpath to fairy garden
path to secret garden
perennial gardens...cottage gardens...garden walls...Garden path...Garden stone path...Garden/yard !...Garden and path...My kind of garden
“Flowers along pathway” — amartin2310
Gregg Abel Design & Construction
1 Review
Belle Mare
Beautiful garden I need this in my house
Love the details of the lights extending into the trees and the fairy tale look of the moss floor. Would be a nice place for a hammock.
Beautiful. Fairy land
Fairy-like stone work
Fairy garden :)
“Mystic” — tonyaking
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Casual Elegance in Westchester County, NY
ever-changing journey given the blossom-filled, year-around-splendiferous gardens that now hug the walkway and stretch out to the property lines. Soft evergreen hedges and billowing flowering shrubs muffle street noise, giving the garden within a sense of embrace. A fully functional (and frequently used)
Looks like a fairy garden almost
“Love love!!!!” — Maria Scardigno Pease
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
The garden is defined by a series of rock walls holding raised gardens beds and a winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over into the path, working with the twisting trail to obscure a traveler’s view and create a sense of mystery around the bend.
Stones to raise gardens, grasses, shrubs and small trees mask the next leg
Lay out provocative paths. After the stage is set, the story begins to unfold; the journey begins in the form of the garden path. The traveler places emphasis on this part of the garden as he or she finds delight in the journey. These paths will seldom be straight. Sometimes the most memorable trips involve
Serpentine paths allow a sense of mystery and discovery to be introduced into a garden. Strategically placed grasses, shrubs and small trees mask a clear view of the next leg of the journey. What’s around the bend?Notice how the garden shown here is filled with interesting shapes and textures, provided by both
“maybe do circular "raised beds" like these in courtyard between house and garage?” — sharpette
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