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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Backyard Critters, Some snapshots of critters you can find in my NJ backyard - this is just a small sampling of the turkey vultures pheasants hawks rabbits deer fox and coyote that abound., Gardens Design

    Backyard Critters

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  • Summer's End in New England, Even though the gardening season is over here in New England, there was still lots of color in October., Gardens Design

    Summer's End in New ...

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  • Historic Calhoun House and Gardens , A beautiful victorian garden with many outdoor settings., Gardens Design

    Historic Calhoun Hous...

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  • YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS, On the back fence is a pink Bougainvillea climbs 20 to 30 feet. I am building a wood raised bed for all my Rose's this year. , Gardens Design


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  • English-Style Perennial Borders, These border a walking path around the rear of the house and have been being added to for the last 17 years. As you can see they are very full but I love the variety., Gardens Design

    English-Style Perenni...

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