Birchgrove - Tiny CourtyardContemporary Patio, Sydney

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Example of a small trendy courtyard patio vertical garden design in Sydney —  Houzz
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ilikeprotea wrote:Dec 22, 2013
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    Are they growing on a wire, or how do you train them?


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gavinkeenan wrote:May 5, 2013
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  • Angela Fine
    What is planted under the magnolia's?
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    OUTHOUSE design

    Its a standard style, so most outdoor furniture places can supply

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joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Empty Nesters: Some Upsides to DownsizingFeb 16, 2017

A pass-through window connects the inside and out, and effective use of the vertical wall space envelops the area in greenery.The upside: A smaller garden allows you to actually enjoy gardening, rather than wearing yourself out trying to stay on top of it. Plant what you love.Discover ways to create an inviting courtyard

becky
Becky Harris added this to 25 Big Ideas for Smaller PatiosJun 10, 2016

23. Use scale wisely. For this long, narrow patio, a long, narrow dining table and built-in benches are just the right fit.

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Trecie William added this to Pickett’s Future House Idea’s5 days ago

Built in outdoor bench & landscape/ gardening

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