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My heart is in designing kitchens and baths; well ordered and beautiful... More
romance of meeting here for a drink and lunch
love that splendid swoop! on the walk
new plant to try
just out of my zone, but beauty!
fairy lights bring whimsy
seems a well ordered outdoor workspace
living space outdoors!
purple balls so cheery
love a path mowed in the fields
have always liked porch swings even when they bang the wall
mirth lives here
taking it up a notch in the style dept
arbor and patio doors, though I'd have them open outward
serenity of approach
Welcome to my silo!
outside in I have always liked trees indoors
pet friendly fountain!
Plexiglass roof and wall, give the shed some light will ya! :)
the layering of green is lovely
Look for year-round green. Autumn moor grass, a tough plant that will take a variety of soils, makes a great ground cover. This grass stays evergreen through most winters in the Philadelphia area — a pleasant burst of color in dreary weather. Along with reed grass (Calamagrostis brachytricha, zones 4 to 9) and most Carex, this grass grows with great success in light shade.
Embrace seasonal color changes. Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The foliage always looks clean and lush in summer and turns a beautiful blonde in the winter. The chartreuse foliage of the cultivar 'All Gold' brightens landscapes, and I've never seen it revert the way other cultivars do. Try these two under maples and other trees with surface roots.
hard path, gravel and covered seating
shapes and colors! textures too