Pink oriental poppies and lady's mantle. Ladies Mantle is one of those plants that make everything near it look more beautiful.

Gravel and concrete color.black lifts the greens in a back garden. A hot tip is to use Alcro Black Deco when painting your garden fence.

Let your lawn go!! Wild flowers with a simple path mowed right through the middle...

I love the use of low-growing ground cover to define a garden path. This one is a mown path through the wildflower meadow at Great Dixter leading to a gate. Buttercups and Ox eye daisies, Leucanthemum vulgare

Through the gate covered with honeysuckle

Perfect entry to an outdoor room. Star jasmine archway to courtyard in Provence, France

Lovely Garden by Tom Stuart-Smith - Pond birch trees, cow parsley and box

Tom Stuart-Smith birch trees, cow parsley and box - lovely green and white garden

Side garden. Really lovely textures, shapes, shades. Nice way to soften the hard edge of an ordinary fence line, and make it invite you down the path to greener pastures. Totally love this.

"I suggested a boxwood and gravel side garden when grass wouldn't grow there." Loi Thai Love the boxwood and gravel. This would look amazing in my side yard hiding the neighbor's fence.

Des serres de jardin en matériaux de récup’

Des serres de jardin en matériaux de récup’

Amazing Shed Plans Des serres de jardin en matériaux de récup’ Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If You've Zero Woodworking Experience! Start building amazing sheds the easier way with a collection of shed plans!

A warm solace filled with plants in the middle of winter

Snow and cold in northern Sweden. Inside the double glass Cape Cod Orangery it is 20 degrees above zero when the fire is crackling in the stove.

HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

I like the grown ground cover with simple walking paths. HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

Crushed Pebble Paths

Crushed Pebble Paths

All stone back yard.no mowing, no reseeding, no lumpy surface thanks to the skunks, squirrels, and moles. I may give this some serious thought - in parts of the yard!

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