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Eclectic Landscape, Charlotte

Chinese doors create a sense of mystery as to what lies beyond. I built a frame, free standing, and flanked it with rhododendron.
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  • Verbana bonariensis along path.
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  • Ceramic totem
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  • Layers of texture and fall color
  • Layers of fall color.
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Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to 7 Ways to Design a Garden That Flows and IntriguesSeptember 8, 2013

7. Add a gate. Bold transitions are desirable to make dramatic statements in some cases. Gates can be aesthetically...

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