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  • Backyard Re-do, Completely done by ourselves..including taking down the large tree in the center of yard bringing in truckloads of top soil laying the brick as well as making the "tool shed"., Gardens Design

    Backyard Re-do

    10 photos, 92,169 Views, Flag

  • Kathee's~COTTAGE~Gardens, I love cottage style gardens!  I live on just over an acre and love to garden.  My husband and I have been working on these gardens for over 10 years now.  Spring and Summer are my favorite seasons.  Enjoy the tour~katheePlease check out the new and updated garden~ more pics with "grown up" plants! Thanks again for all the wonderful comments!!, Gardens Design


    21 photos, 58,788 Views, Flag

  • Granny's "Cement Pond", Since our style of choice is "formal" we created our water feature from cement.  You just can't get rubber liner to conform to perfect rectangle., Gardens Design

    Granny's "Cement Pon...

    5 photos, 48,742 Views, Flag

  • Golf course garden has a party, There's no better time to share your garden than mid July. The annuals have filled in, the perennials are overflowing and the foliage is still slug-hole free., Gardens Design

    Golf course garden has...

    8 photos, 47,473 Views, Flag

  • My Little Garden a Work in Progress, I been working on the garden for the past 3 years.  Takes time and money.  Reading lots of books on plants to and learning as I go. Looking into putting slate over the concrete patio., Gardens Design

    My Little Garden a W...

    10 photos, 36,298 Views, Flag

  • My backyard pond, When I had a new patio put in I couldn't bear the thought of sending all that old concrete to the dump, so I reused it to build my pond., Gardens Design

    My backyard pond

    3 photos, 27,179 Views, Flag

  • Hydrangeas Steal the Show , These old-fashioned hydrangeas were planted about 25 years ago. I have never added anything to the soil to intentionally change the color of the flowers. It just happens depending on the soil pH on a particular year. , Gardens Design

    Hydrangeas Steal the ...

    16 photos, 25,405 Views, Flag

  • Backyard Bliss - 2011 Version, Same space as 2007 & 2009, but I've tweaked it a bit., Gardens Design

    Backyard Bliss - 2011 ...

    22 photos, 25,219 Views, Flag

  • townhome back patio, I live in a townhome with a small patio but have extended my garden to the outside around my townhome. I chose my Screen name because of a card a stranger left me one day on one of my plants that was addressed to " Garden Girl" It was a beautiful card that expressed how my garden makes her feel when she walks by everyday. It brought tears to my eyes it was so beautifully written. , Gardens Design

    townhome back patio

    12 photos, 23,723 Views, Flag

  • shady serpentine walk, Difficult spaces require creative solutions:  What to do with a very long and narrow yard? A graceful serpentine path of different materials winds through different outdoor rooms in the shade.  This upload starts the show, but other downloads by nwphillygardener continue to show this unique shade garden., Gardens Design

    shady serpentine walk

    14 photos, 22,719 Views, Flag

  • foggy golf course garden, Gardens look so different at different times of day and every once in a while the cat wakes me up early. Often, fog  gathers on the course to form a beautiful backdrop., Gardens Design

    foggy golf course gard...

    7 photos, 20,776 Views, Flag

  • A Little Bit of Paradise, Our little bit of paradise starts with an updated photo of the front of our 225 year old home in historic Mifflinburg, PA with the newly added sun room.  After that we will take you on a photo tour of our gardens with some unique shots taken from the windows of the home so you can experience the gardens just like we do.  We hope you enjoy!, Gardens Design

    A Little Bit of Parad...

    16 photos, 20,508 Views, Flag

  • Swing Arbor, This is a swing arbor that I designed and constructed. It sits a top a hill overlooking our large pond. At just the right time of day the sunlight shines through the trees setting a devine glow., Gardens Design

    Swing Arbor

    2 photos, 16,925 Views, Flag

  • Ooh My!  What Flowers!!, After five years we are still planting moving things and building garden style into our yard.  It's a passion as well as painting., Gardens Design

    Ooh My! What Flower...

    21 photos, 16,394 Views, Flag

  • My Sanctuary -Garden of the Year 2007 by Commercial Appeal Newspaper, Memphis has had a dry spell but I am thankful for a good irrigation system.  This is my refuge from daily stress (working full time) - I have feeders for the birds and squirrels, caged feeders for the small birds to protect them from the sharp shinned hawk.  The pond also gives me such pleasure.   Here is where I work out all my stress and frustrations  - My Sanctuary!, Gardens Design

    My Sanctuary -Garden ...

    20 photos, 15,045 Views, Flag

  • My Back yard, These are a few of the pictures of my yard.  My husband built the pond.  , Gardens Design

    My Back yard

    4 photos, 14,880 Views, Flag

  • GARDEN IN THE RAIN, Back Yard Oasis, Gardens Design


    10 photos, 14,339 Views, Flag

  • my parent's house & garden , this is my parent's house & mother spends many hours in the garden to make it look like that. , Gardens Design

    my parent's house & ga...

    6 photos, 14,168 Views, Flag

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