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Agave in tapered steel container
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embracing vegetation - ratio of "usable" space and "experiential"
This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye. Axes are often terminated with a focal point
This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye.
This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye. Axes are often terminated with a focal point
“Grasses and path” — kevinkood
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks11,521
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Could you not set your garden on fire by the sunlight being focused through one of the bottles..?
IdeabookEmail Photo There is definitely a place for the wacky or whimsical, like this bottle tree. Uninhibited works of art are ideal for the vegetable patch or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.
Nostalgic fun for the winter garden and perfect focal point
Random look of garden and recycled art
There is definitely a place for the wacky or whimsical, like this bottle tree. Uninhibited works of art are ideal for the vegetable patch or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.Plant choices should show off the
“lovely garden centre piece” — lomben
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
Ideabooks5,646
Questions2
lost in the garden. Hidden garden. Forgotten from the world.
This is a very lovely and tranquil garden.
Gardening, as compared to lawn care, tutors us in nature’s ways, fostering an ethic of give-and-take with respect to the land. Gardens instruct us in the particularities of place … For if lawn mowing feels like copying the same sentence over and over, gardening is like writing out new ones, an infinitely
infinitely variable process of invention and discovery. Gardens also teach the necessary if un-American lesson that nature and culture can be compromised, that there might be some middle ground between the lawn and the forest … The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway
“Lovely” — pnkavanagh
Garden Mentors
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A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks24,251
Questions8
this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
Zen gardens are designed to create a stripped-down awareness of thought.
In rock gardens. Rock gardens are unique growing environments, and not all plants will appreciate the arid conditions. In addition to alpine plants, there are some ground covers that flourish in these conditions and can create
create interesting, low-maintenance and miniature gardens. Knawel cushion (Scleranthus biflorus, zones 9 to 11) is a truly fascinating specimen that will likely become a feature in your rock garden. This slow growing, mound-forming plant provides a dense carpet of green foliage that will slowly creep over
“, I” — maharddhi
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,182
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Atelier Nelumbo Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon
5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved
5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally.
“Love th” — erumshakir
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Old World Made New
Ideabooks1,737
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Staggered steppers lead you through the shade garden to the back seating area. Hosta and Japanese Hakone grass were used for their textural harmony. Westhauser Photography
Initial look for newly planted garden. Patience required for mature plantings
Red brick. Classic patio. Garden and shade.
Shade garden. Hosta and Japanese Hakone grass.
“Love the patio!” — canneloni
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks4,861
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patio idea for the top if our garden
Fence + thick vegetation
A patio doesn't have to be attached directly to the house. Situated to one side of the garden and surrounded by thick plantings, this one has the feel of a secluded retreat.
patio garden...Secret garden...Garden idea...Garden path...Garden, simple...Gardening ideas...rear garden fencing...Secret garden space...garden fence
“Garden path” — lensign
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
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Water Features
Ideabooks3,510
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cutting hummocks, thinning, dislikes waterlogging, feces, fertilizing. It's better to use this Scotch Moss for a small area, rockeries or a Japanese garden.
ground cover would work perfectly in the side garden
Use ground covers to establish cohesiveness. Ground covers have the unique ability to bring unity to disparate elements in the garden. This composition of salvias, pansies and tree
, feces, fertilizing. It's better to use this Scotch Moss for a small area, rockeries or a Japanese garden. Beautiful mixed which mother thyme.
all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
Additionally, it adds texture and draws the eye through the space, inspiring childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You? Find Your Archetype
“Garden” — Kerwin van Niekerk
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