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Haddonstone - Follies
To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections
create this gothic style folly at Haddonstone's show gardens
many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found in
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Gothic gate/door, plants around gate surround for privacy and intimacy
Gothic Garden FeaturesThe pointed arch is without a doubt one of the most Gothic architectural features. Often seen in the majestic Gothic cathedrals of northern France and England, the pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful
Common Ground Landscapes
losed Gothic gardens don't have to be dark and claustrophobic. Gothic buildings, such as the great medieval cathedrals of Europe, were light and airy, with a great feeling of space. Open fencing with thin, upright rods will help create the feeling of verticality so beloved by Gothic architects.
gothic garden fence and trellis
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Troy Rhone Garden Design
that a Gothic garden would be rather funereal. But Gothic style also includes the rich colors of the medieval period. Plants with flowers of dark blue, deep red and purple, echoing the brocades and velvets of the period, stand out against dark foliage and light up the garden with the brightness of a William
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures
brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older
brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older. Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the
Suzman Design Associates
buttresses of Gothic buildings.
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
Small gothic getaway idea
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Love the gothic door and boston ivy
Lovely gothic arch...French gothic