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  • 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, 22,711 Views, Flag

  • I love my garden and THIS is how it loves me........, Gardens are such magical and enchanting places, ever changing (even on a daily basis) and improving with every passing year.
I don't have a massive garden but a fair sized suburban London backyard space, which I have packed with plants and created many paths throughout the garden to give a sense of journey, mystery and an element of discovery.
I am normally drawn to architectural and foliage plants with interesting leaf colour and texture. But this year I was inspired by a documentary  named  "Bees, butterflies and blooms" by Sara Raven and have added lots of flowering plants especially the single flowers rich in pollen and nectar to attract a variety of pollinating insects. Now that the garden is in bloom, there is a buzz in my garden that I have never noticed before. The garden is now truly alive with the gentle hum and buzz of bees and hover flies and fluttering of butterflies from flower to flower. It has also helped attract all manner of beneficial critters which keep the lil beasties in check too. The garden just provides endless hours of enjoyment and relaxation.
Gardening can be a very solitary business but in fact your never really alone. All I can say is whoever has a garden and is involved in it is truly blessed. Where would I be without a garden to plant my dreams., Gardens Design

    I love my garden and T...

    25 photos, 12,004 Views, Flag

  • Maryanne's Gardens, Gardens Design

    Maryanne's Gardens

    30 photos, 9,296 Views, Flag

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


    10 photos, 14,337 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, 25,215 Views, Flag

  • Great grandmas peony plants, I have a large beautiful peony plant,that got from my great grandmothers farm years it's in my garden., Gardens Design

    Great grandmas peony p...

    3 photos, 1,323 Views, Flag

  • My backyard pond & waterfall, This is a pond I built by hand just to sit and enjoy the sounds of the outdoors. , Gardens Design

    My backyard pond & wa...

    14 photos, 9,590 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, 48,740 Views, Flag

  • My garden, my addiction, my escape!, This is my backyard in Colorado Springs. The ground here is hard as a rock and I often had to use a jack hammer to break it up!  And then it only turns to clay once wet. But over a 6 year period I've managed to add a pond and stream; plant trees and lots of flowers and even learned how to set posts so I could build a pergola and gazebo! Thanks to the help of the how-to guides on HGTV! , Gardens Design

    My garden, my addicti...

    11 photos, 10,546 Views, Flag

  • My little garden, Something that I love to do  :) , Gardens Design

    My little garden

    4 photos, 7,388 Views, Flag

  • My Mediterranean Outdoor Life, The essence of Mediterranean living means living inside and out.  You don't have a garden as much as much as you have a collection of rooms inside and outside of a fixed structure.  Following the architecture set by the home, the exterior spaces look and feel seamless.  , Gardens Design

    My Mediterranean Out...

    8 photos, 3,963 Views, Flag

  • PACIFIC NORTHWEST: Shade Garden, We started with an .22 acre corner lot that was infested with weeds, misplaced Christmas trees and a whole lot of stumps. It is a work in progress because a garden is never "done.", Gardens Design


    10 photos, 1,687 Views, Flag

  • African Watering Hole Theme Garden, Cottage garden with African watering hole theme. Life size and almost life size bronze sculptures of African animals accent plantings of Azaleas, Hostas, Hydrangeas, Liriope, Willows, Buckeyes and more. , Gardens Design

    African Watering Hol...

    19 photos, 1,888 Views, Flag

  • Front yard garden spring 2011, 

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    Front yard garden spri...

    17 photos, 12,971 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, 20,504 Views, Flag

  • CRAZY for CONTAINERS, An up-close look at some of our container gardens with listings of what is included in the plantings.  To see how we use them in the gardens be sure to visit our other uploads, A Little Bit of Paradise and Our Own Garden Oasis.  Hope you get some great ideas for your own containers next season!, Gardens Design

    CRAZY for CONTAIN...

    20 photos, 8,677 Views, Flag

  • glorious summer, Gardens Design

    glorious summer

    7 photos, 3,976 Views, Flag

  • Front yard garden fall 2010, Gardens Design

    Front yard garden fall...

    12 photos, 13,012 Views, Flag

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