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ZH Design
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Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
beautiful moss and ferns would do well under the trees
moss and ferns for wet areas
“lovely” — Kate Kirchner Boetcher
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
The inspiration for this garden arose from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural
“Stone” — jalbert10
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
“Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden The inspiration for this garden arose from the needs of th” — Marianne Green
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
“The inspiration for this garden arose from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyar” — Marianne Green
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
“We have lots of stumps we could bring into play.” — alkeenan
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
Ideabooks46
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
“Combo” — ramblingruby
ZH Design
5 Reviews
Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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from the needs of the location (a shady, fairly moist courtyard surrounded on three sides by building and the drive) and nearby woods. We created a fern and moss garden sprinkled with woodland ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin
“planting between stones” — lduncan21
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