HARMONY WITH NATURE on Behance. Love the angular/geometric version of an organic leaf.
APLD 2010 International Landscape Design Merit Award Winner Richard G Shuster, RG Shuster & Company, Southampton, NY
gray, green and white garden. Lavender, iceberg roses and catmint. ~ Front Garden Designs. Visit: http://www.1stclassgardenservice.co.uk
My favorite edging - Steel. Its strong, bends, changes color, you can seal, paint it, takes up minimal space, can be recessed or use to create steps. My 3 recommendations, 1- dont use a thin (gage) steel because it will bend when people step on it or to thick that you cant work with it . 2nd if your budget is tight check a local metal shop, see if they have cut scrap pieces you can buy. 3rd hammer the furtherest corners of your edging to be safe.
Lovely decked garden
Steel edging in a grid pattern & beautiful planting (the tree is Pyrus communis "Conference") - The Homebase Garden 'Sowing the Seeds of Change', a Chelsea gold medal garden designed by Adam Frost
Trees for small gardens: Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group, copper beech, is a large tree, but it can be pleached to provide a screen. Tie in young stems to form a framework, then trim annually. Photo by Sarah Cuttle.
Love me a completely unnatural garden! Holland Park, private garden in London by Luciano Giubbilei _
Coral Bark Japanese Maple
Coral Bark Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum "Sango Kaku"). Check out our article on this great tree at http://gardendesignforliving.com/?p=877