herb garden

Shape ideas for my formal herb garden. Maybe not herbs, but I really like the idea of this kind of structure in the back yard. Pea gravel separates the shaped beds, nice. Choose plants that will thrive in my unfortunate climate.

Outdoor Bike Storage Units | Thanks for following up - we're really pleased with the shed!" - Jody

Bike Storage x 2

How to make a Bin Store with a Green Roof

Shed Plans - How to make a Bin Store with a Green Roof - Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If You've Zero Woodworking Experience!

The M&G #Garden RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010

The M RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010 could use the cobbles already there for this path?

Landscaping in Skinny Spaces

25 Landscape Design For Small Spaces

Sideyard Shaded Garden Space Ideal for Feathery Ferns The space below overhead wooden beams in this narrow garden is the perfect place for feathery ferns and trailing plants that tumble over the garden wall.

Circular features break up and soften long, straight lines. The flower-filled container, sitting on a brick circle, is a focus for this space and can be viewed from all sides.

Plants for Privacy

Create a focal point. Circular features break up and soften long, straight lines. The flower-filled container, sitting on a brick circle, is a focus for this space and can be viewed from all sides.

These magnificent box balls were supplied by Provender Nurseries, Swanley, Kent, for this garden I designed in south-east London. The pale paving is edged with buff-coloured granite setts which work well with the brickwork of the house. www.provendernurseries.co.uk www.judithsharpegardens.co.uk

These magnificent box balls were supplied by Provender Nurseries, Swanley, Kent, for this garden I designed in south-east London. The pale paving is edged with buff-coloured granite setts which work w (Granite Patio Step)

Bayleaf Garden Services - York stone curved path

Thus you ought to be ruthless when assessing what sort of paths will fit your garden. Every path ought to be slightly curved. A 4 foot broad path will most likely suit most gardens. Describe your quandary, and perhaps you… Continue Reading →

Love the setting and design of the pond. Repined by www.claudiadeyongdesigns.com

14 TIPS AND TRICKS FROM A MASTER GARDENER

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