Willow Arch in a Palo Alto Garden Eclectic Landscape, San Francisco
Fall in a Palo Alto Garden re-design. I designed a Willow Arch for this garden re-design project to go with the Willow furniture purchased for the new Secret Garden. The old lawn will be replaced with a low-water, no mow variety.
Inspiration for an eclectic shade gravel landscaping in San Francisco for fall. — Houzz
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Luisa Rollenhagen added this to
A secret alcove. Gardens are often associated with the concepts of purity, isolation and abundance. This secluded retreat blooming with wildflowers is the ideal, distraction-free space in which to get lost in your writing and spend hours observing the intertwined branches around you.Perfect for … finally finishing that collection of free-verse poems about the tragically short lifespan of the mayfly.Get ideas for creating a secret garden of your own
Lauren Dunec Design added this to
6. An enclosed space. In more open landscapes, adding a sheltered seating area or a small hedged-in garden can help balance a feeling of openness with one of privacy and seclusion. It’s adding a secret garden within a garden, so to speak. Here, a bed of changing fall foliage and a willow archway partially separate a private seating nook from a more public lawn area. This hidden shaded area would be a wonderful place to settle down with an engrossing book or entertain an intimate group of friends.