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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
View from Rose-Covered Gazebo
lynnlandscapedesign.com View of rose and perennial garden from gazebo. photo: Donna Lynn
Rose garden with wrought iron arbor
put trellis in circle with a half circle in front of trellis for plants and a climbing rose up trellis to conceal what's behind to add mystery and seclusion.
rose covered gazebo II
View from Rose-Covered Gazebo
rose and perennial garden
climbing roses...Roses on 4...rose covered gazebo...Rose covered arbor
Solow Design Group
A Garden Through the Seasons
want arch with climbing rose and bench
Miss our roses and would love a viney rose or any type of rose. They actually did well in our
Climbing roses over swing
roses around a bench
Rose arch sitting area
I love the rose creeper
Bench and rose arbor
Rose arbor...Climbing rose
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
box elder hedge with white roses
rose garden with fence
knockout roses with boxwood border
Manicured hedges and roses
hedges with roses inset
rose garden enclosed with boxwood
Boxwood rose garden...white rose bushes
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
How do you grow the rose of Sharon as a shrub? With pruning?
The purple flowers are rose of Sharon. They grow like crazy here in Ohio. They are in the hibiscus family and can be grown as a tree or shrub a shown
Rose of Sharon (come in white, pink, purple, redd-ish
Plant hydrangea in front of the rose of Sharon
small Rose of Sharon tucked in
like the vines growing on porch and like the rose of sharon in the main garden.
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Landscape Design and installation
I love the tree on the left behind the roses! Can you please tell me what it is?
Nelly Stevens holly tree behind roses
Nelly Stevens holly, tree behind roses
the front lawn, pine straw, knock-out roses
Like the clean look...clumped grasses and roses
Nellie Stevens Holly (behind roses)
The roses...love the rose bush...roses liriope
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
stepping down toward my side yard which leads to a walkout and more woods. So that side (my north side) of your pictured catnip would need just a bit of planning. Someone could do their internship with your company and practice on my home like an "HGTV dream-scape-give-away" :) Let me know if you would ever
rose bushes inside boxwood border for back yard
French garden, central statue, lavender, roses
courtyard with water treatment in center and no roses
It is freestanding. Thank you for your question.
No, this was a pre-fab kit we shipped from Great Brittain. I don't know if the company is still in business but it wouldn't hurt to google "pre-fab geenhouses" and see if they pop up in your search.
Snow White... This resembles a fairytale place! Love your garden.
Start by googling online for your general location...or use yellow pages. Ask some area architects or contractors.
Now here is Pat's hedge idea. I would lean towards using less roses. Knockout Roses are really the only variety that I use on a regular basis in our area. Traditional roses need to much preening and are hard work. But I like the hedge in this picture because it frames
a Blade of Grass
Would like to say what a great PRO you are for sharing all of your fine work details unlike many other pro's ...amazing THANK YOU
wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
behind is Hibiscus syriacus 'Lucy'; the pink flowers to the left are Blushing Knockout Roses; the dark purple flowers behind the rose are Salvia 'May Night'; the bright reddish pink flowers are Red Knockout Roses; the tree on the left side is Styrax japonicus; and just in front of that is Hydrangea 'Nikko
rose, rouge et mauve avec vert clair.