really like this clean, elegant but still cosy look for a garden seating area.

really like this clean, elegant but still cosy look for a garden seating area. - Gardening And Patio

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Lush garden path in Kansas City, Missouri design / photo: RDM Architecture on The Impatient Gardener

Gertrude Jekyll wrote that the art of gardening was to create "beautiful pictures" just as has been done here.

I like the weathered door and old brickwork on this garden shed - you could probably do the same by buying reclaimed bricks and doors.

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

Small space between house and fence - ideal for small ledges, hanging plants.

Pot Up a Productive Patio Garden

Pink in the garden ~ peonies and foxglove

Remember growing these and drying them for dried flower wreaths & arrangements-Pink in the garden ~ peonies and foxglove

Reclaimed Yorkstone Paving has arguably more character than anything else on the market. Each and every piece has a unique patina from years of use. Places that the stone is reclaimed from commonly include schools, churches, mills and factories.

Reclaimed Yorkstone Paving has arguably more t than anything else on the market. Each and every piece has a unique patina from years of use. Places that the stone is reclaimed from commonly include schools, churches, mills and factories.

Country style garden ideas. Low wall with bench and water feature.

Corner floral garden area Bricks dominate this garden designed by Adam Frost at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Grasses, shrubs and perennials fill the raised flowerbeds and give the garden a country feel. A bench with overhang, set into the flowerbe

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56 Enchanting Garden Paths

Recycled bricks: Small path made of old bricks in a cottage herb garden. we could copy this for our little herb garden

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