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Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
cutting hummocks, thinning, dislikes waterlogging, feces, fertilizing. It's better to use this Scotch Moss for a small area, rockeries or a Japanese garden.
all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
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 roses is viewed as a unified piece because of the whimsical and appropriate
After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
as a unified piece because of the whimsical and appropriate use of a chartreuse ground cover. Without it the sense of order would be lost. Additionally, it adds texture and draws the eye through the space, inspiring childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
whimsical seating lower right facing building corner...make a little whimsy sitting area with repurposed items
Celebrate colour Why it works: The bright colours were applied on similar vertical surfaces which brings rhythm despite the mayhem. The garden plays are all shades
your garden you can put back into service with a sprinkling of imagination.
Celebrate color. Color is of utmost importance to the whimsical gardener. In this gardener’s mind, color is fun, festive and playful. Whereas some gardeners prefer to blend subtle tones in their spaces, the whimsical gardener
Rather than seeing them as problem areas, use such structures as opportunities to add a personal decorative touch to your garden (with your neighbours’ ok). Paint is a low-cost way to decorate fences and walls and can, of course, be easily changed.
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Are they "square foot gardening" standard? What are they made from?
I just want to know what covers the ground, it looks like sand or gravel. Wouldn't it hurt to kneel down on gravel while gardening? Thank you for your time, I appreciate any reply.
like the use of garden and architecture
Great container garden for small space
this is nice for a small veggie or herb garden on backyard
productive garden. Can you get that swiss chard for me now?
If you have the space, raised garden beds are another type of container garden that can bypass the irritating poor-soil problem that plagues many novice gardeners. Building
of using materials that will either rot or seep into the soil. Check with your local garden center or a garden designer for the best materials for your site. I love the classic four-square grid for a vegetable garden. No matter the size of your yard, this design can work — just scale it to fit.
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interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a room without a ceiling. Cheers, Rick
This was one of two original exterior doors off of an 85 year old house. The other is also used as a gate on the other side of the garden. The doors have been finished with marine grade exterior paint.
for the fence if the plan is for it to be visible. We never intended it to be seen. The door is now surrounded by the hedge which leads to a woodland garden. Cheers, Rick
doesn't make sense to paint out the beauty of some woods). 4) Most importantly, what makes you happy when you sit in the space! My own yard is a woodland garden, therefore I leave most, if not all wood surfaces in a natural state so as not to distract the eye from the feeling of being out in the forest. If
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design. Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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the door. the secret garden feel.
Cool door to exit to garden patio
Would love this as a garden door
Create a garden entrance with a door instead of a gate
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled
compromised if several other sculptures were competing for attention. Observe the sight lines in your garden and place a sculpture so that the piece speaks on its own without competing with others. Bends in garden paths, hedges and even house corners create new opportunities to appropriately place sculpture
Suzman Design Associates
This garden is beautiful. What is the tree in the center?
Garden arbor with raised beds and gravel finish
It gives me an idea how to lay out a raised bed garden beautifully in my yard.
Raised garden with a focal point
raised bed garden. What is this? Cement block topped with wood?
Arched entrance to veg garden! Yes!
I like the idea of a trellis entrance to the garden.
Great plan for the veggie garden
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Short decorative fence and tall extension.
Herb & vegetable Garden design idea
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
Keep Deer OutSome deer can jump nearly 8 feet high, making it quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If