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  • My Happy Place, Spring.. This only the begining..., Gardens Design

    My Happy Place

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  • Stone wall in the garden, The dry stack stone wall surrounds an elevated patio. I matched the stone to the house so the house looked like it grew out of the ground. There are large center stairs, a small set of stairs on one side, and a stone path ramp on the other side., Gardens Design

    Stone wall in the gard...

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  • 40 years of gardening on a former bean field, Views of plants, flowers, landscaping, gardening on 5 country acres., Gardens Design

    40 years of gardening o...

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  • Handsome Garden, Small space garden on a second floor roof top in the Williamsburg neighborhood of NYC. I started this project In May/2010. To create this garden , I had to built it  taking space in such a way as to maximized its surface area by creating a multi-layer garden by thinking in 3-D. In order to use the space as efficiently as I have; I had  to custom made and built everything . At 14' x 16' , this garden functions as a giant container garden which includes the more then forty different plants from annuals and perennials to trees, shrugs, succulents, etc. Note; how multi-layering has aloud me to plant so many different plants in such a small place. And; as a container garden with such a variety of plants on a rooftop , it needs a lot of care from twice a day watering to constant pruning but the reward is priceless. , Gardens Design

    Handsome Garden

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  • Front gardens, Gardens Design

    Front gardens

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  • My Front garden... for all to enjoy, We moved in to this townhouse in Jan 2007.  The first thing I did was to go to work on the builders landscaping and try to make it my own space.  I live in Coastal Norht Carolina zone 7/8.   No one else in our little development had done anything to their yards so I was watched very closely by all the neighbors.  I am very pleased (so are my neighbors by the compliments I receive) by the results even the first year the garden was pretty.  Hope you enjoy!, Gardens Design

    My Front garden... fo...

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  • little garden/little details, Okay I finally had a few minutes to identify. I love when people tell me what's growing. , Gardens Design

    little garden/little d...

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  • A "BONANZA" OF MARIGOLDS!!, I planted these in May.  We had lots of sunshine [finally!] for the last couple of weeks.  They are LOVING the heat!, Gardens Design

    A "BONANZA" OF MA...

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  • SPRING IS IN THE AIR., MY garden is coming back too full color. I'am so happy too see all my roses are full of  buds right now. , Gardens Design


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  • Courtyard, This is my courtyard to my front door.. This is what greets guest as they come to the front door. In addition there are 2 other doors to courtyard 1 off the kitchen and the other off the hallway. I have yet to be done still a work in progress. Will update as I do them., Gardens Design


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  • summer for flowers, Gardens Design

    summer for flowers

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  • Outdoor Therapy, I am new "Gardeness," and therefore can not take credit for some of the outdoor features.  I appreciate the vision that the original home owner had. I' ve added my own touches and am enjoying my new found therapy., Gardens Design

    Outdoor Therapy

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  • LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT, A glimpse of the front garden, Gardens Design


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  • Golf Course Garden, A small yard on a golf course is defined by curved garden beds., Gardens Design

    Golf Course Garden

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  • Time to go?, Our hummers are confused by our fluctuating temps., Gardens Design

    Time to go?

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  • Backyard, Before hand, the space was overrun by weeds, failing grass, and aggressive ivy. we decide to go with a balinese style of garden that evokes peace. I tryed using various plant material (suitable for shade) that had texture and boldness. Combined with sculptural and hardscape, the union seemed to work. What really made the   space come alive, is the outdoor painting (one of my creations) of Ganesh on the far back wall. , Gardens Design


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  • Raised Vegetable Gardens, Gardening in raised beds is highly productive and easy on the back.  A great hobby providing super meals!, Gardens Design

    Raised Vegetable Gard...

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  • The Italian Courtyard Garden, This is one area of the garden at my photography studio. We call this the Italian Courtyard. We included a large fountain, lots of plants, including vines on the stucco walls. We did not use stone for the hardscape because of we put down pea gravel which has a nice look in this area., Gardens Design

    The Italian Courtyard...

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