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Mifuneyama Park, Japan

An Avalanche of Azaleas: Stunning Photos of Japan's Mifuneyama Park

An Avalanche of Azaleas: Stunning Photos of Japan's Mifuneyama Park

This 1922 colorized photograph shows Monet on the original Japanese footbridge in Giverny.

Monet's Green Thumb: How Art Grew From A Garden

The artist, Claude Monet in his garden in Giverny, France. We were on that bridge in Beautiful

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Monet's garden Giverny, France--one of the most famous gardens in the world because of his paintings

Kingham Hill House, Kingham. When the present owners bought it, Kingham Hill House was a sea of brambles and ground elder. Now, however, it is a haven of foxgloves, delphiniums, topiary, wisteria and Japanese maples.

Secret gardens of the Cotswolds

Kingham Hill House - Foxgloves, delphiniums, topiary, wisteria and Japanese maples.

Buxus spheres and blue planting (Nepeta, Salvia, Lupins, ...)

A garden that looks natural and that instead conceals a well-structured design. Bushes of easy plants, choices and harmonized with care as .

HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

Certes, il en faut pour tous les goûts mais pour ce qui me concerne, les jardins au gazon tondu bien ras, troués de quelques arbres et l...

40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais - English summertime - brief but so worth it when (if) it happens !

Castles Crowns and Cottages: There is

England Travel Inspiration - The beautiful gardens at Narborough Hall, in Norfolk

love this feel and the planter boxes made out of stone

What a charming little stone house in what appears to be the English countryside.It has a little garden close around it

With love and light

With love and light

Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager  - What a beautiful way to plant flowers, fruit, vegetables, and herbs!

Garden & Grow ~ Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner.