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Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Zinc planter, horsetail rush and acorus, backlit.
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Layer your garden. Certain plants can be used in your garden to add depth, mystery and an element of seduction, much
layering garden visuals with plant screens
Layer your garden. Certain plants can be used in your garden to add depth, mystery and an element of seduction, much like lacy sheer curtains on a window. By partially obscuring a view through
Layer your garden. Certain plants can be used in your garden to add depth, mystery and an element of seduction, much like lacy
Layer your garden. Certain plants can be used in your garden to add depth, mystery and an element of seduction, much like lacy sheer curtains on a window. By partially obscuring a view through adding several layers of a plant, you can add drama and interest to that view.This composition of a zinc planter
“Love the horsetail” — pattylee50
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Chr DAUER Architects
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18th
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third floor roof and lower kitchen decks are bordered by redwood railings with looped wire panels, made from fencing that typically bordered Victorian gardens. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
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Even if you're just entertaining for two, make sure to make time to enjoy the warm weather this season! More outdoor living ideas: Out in the Yard: 10 Private Retreats Unexpected Edible Gardens Awe-Inspiring Outdoor Kitchens More: Browse
“Fencing” — jeannie99
Zuniga Interiors
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Zuniga Interiors
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beautyberry (Callicarpa americana, zones 6 to 10), firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea, zones 6 to 9) or bordergrass (Liriope spicata, zones 4 to 10) in the garden, be sure to trim some for wreaths, vases and tablescapes
beautyberry (Callicarpa americana, zones 6 to 10), firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea, zones 6 to 9) or bordergrass (Liriope spicata, zones 4 to 10) in the garden, be sure to trim some for wreaths, vases and tablescapes.
zones 6 to 10), firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea, zones 6 to 9) or bordergrass (Liriope spicata, zones 4 to 10) in the garden, be sure to trim some for wreaths, vases and tablescapes.Gardeners in warm climates have even more “berries” to choose from, from small fruited citrus varieties like kumquats (Fortunella
“Vases with simple stems” — larabt
Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
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speaks to her love of gardening.Elisabeth found the table and chairs at a garage sale, repainted them and re-covered the seats.
Create a Provençal-style space A pretty wrought iron table with matching chairs is a great way to inject some carefree, French-style charm into your garden. They’re easy to care
“table, chairs, cloth, watering cans, etc.” — sbaffa
Baldinger Studio
Troon Residence
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oncrete is often a contemporary garden’s main source of beige. Its industrial look suits minimalist designs, in which shape and mass take precedence over color and pattern. In this landscape, shadows and tonal variations on the differing planes of the structure create interest as the light
Concrete is often a contemporary garden’s main source of beige. Its industrial look suits minimalist designs, in which shape and mass take precedence over color and pattern. In this landscape, shadows and tonal variations on the differing planes of the structure create interest as the light changes
“stogelis” — Giedre Zel
Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
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This wide shot of the room shows how well the new wing blends the indoors and the outdoors. The home has a rear garden and central courtyard. Flooring throughout is polished concrete, and the interior walls are lined with recycled brick.
This wide shot of the room shows how well the new wing blends the indoors and the outdoors. The home has a rear garden and central courtyard. Flooring throughout is polished concrete, and the interior walls are lined with recycled brick.
“Music room and study combined” — Caryn Davies
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
Sydney Harbour House No.1
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from the simple method of sinking a fence in a ditch to provide an invisible barrier, contemporary garden designers are still using the same idea — transparency with security to provide the perfect garden barrier.
from the simple method of sinking a fence in a ditch to provide an invisible barrier, contemporary garden designers are still using the same idea — transparency with security to provide the perfect garden barrier.More: How Low Can Hedges Go?
“fence” — jprotasio
Michelle Walker architects
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Paddington Butterfly House
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Across the way from the main living space, a new studio and office sits above the home's garage. The couple had wanted a rooftop garden but couldn't get it approved by the Sydney City Council. Instead, Walker made use of the narrow site's height and built a new studio and joint laundry
Across the way from the main living space, a new studio and office sits above the home's garage. The couple had wanted a rooftop garden but couldn't get it approved by the Sydney City Council. Instead, Walker made use of the narrow site's height and built a new studio and joint laundry over the garage
Across the way from the main living space, a new studio and office sits above the home's garage. The couple had wanted a rooftop garden but couldn't get it approved by the Sydney City Council. Instead, Walker made use of the narrow site's height and built a new studio and joint laundry over the
“Glass doors” — Sue Phillips
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