London Garden uses Western Red Cedar Slatted Screens for privacy without losing any light. Design by Charlie Day Gardens

Lower patio, privacy fence and lighting idea, across pergola Night London Garden - Western Red Cedar Slatted Screens


Culver's root (Veronicastrum virginicum, zones 3 to Wildlife loved - this plant has spiky white flowers that butterflies, moths and bees adore.Makes a perfect rain garden addition.

Lovely planting with tall purples, blues and pink/white

A slope with dense planting of colourful purple blue perennials and grasses including salvia nemorosa. Corten steel step risers with gravel Silver-Gilt medal Design: Patrick Collins Sponsor: St George's Hospital and Medical School

Raised bed with built-in benches

Contemporary hardwood benches built into a white rendered, walled seating/patio area Stonemarket: Garden range: Natural Stone: Trustone Fellstyle

A Moon Garden - All the white flowers and silvery-gray foliage reflect the light of the moon.

Plant an all white flower garden and the flowers glow in the moonlight. Dressed in White White forget-me-nots, tulips, daisies and money plant combine with hostas and silvery astelia foliage in this spring garden.

Neat idea of a sitting situation for a fire pit!

[What a great yard. Privacy, abundance of plants, large gathering space, and even a hammock.] Circular seating area with fire + hammock

York Gate. Sybil's Garden in late May. Photo by: John Whitaker / repinned on toby designs

York Gate Garden near Leeds. Photo by John Whitaker / The Stone Garden. Using level changes to add interest