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In this seating area, the colors and shapes in an abstract painting pick up on the lines and shades of the surrounding garden.
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I like the simplicity of the garden
Pathways: Wider is better. Good garden design dictates that once a visitor is inside the garden, he or she can easily navigate the space. The width, shape and substrate of the pathway continue to tell the story. A narrower, winding pathway invites exploration, evokes mystery and slows the pace of the
regard to moving visitors from one point to another. An acceptable width for a typical garden pathway is generally 3½ to 4 feet, although pathways designed for solitary exploration may be as narrow as 2 feet. The garden of the extrovert, however, may sport pathways of 5 or even 6 feet in width. The extra
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heat of August is not the time to divide or move plants, but it’s a great time for planning ahead for an active September and beyond. Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come: Are there plants that are past their prime and should be
replaced?Are there views that need to be screened or areas that need shade?Have perennials stopped blooming due to too much shade or crowding?Does this garden really sing, or is it lacking that special “something”?
but it’s a great time for planning ahead for an active September and beyond," says Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come."Get her Rocky Mountains August checklist