With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in small-town southern France, they knew they'd eventually w
I'd use flowering shrubs rather than evergreens, a few different kinds, and arrange them in a reverse symmetry.] A long, thin garden with plenty of room for puppy to play and lots of privacy from the neighbours.
Love this garden, possibly grass on the left as a path to the terrace instead of wooden tiles - Gardens by Teus Timmer fotoboek: Patio tuin--Love this little courtyard, and the way they have trained the trees/vines to resemble a pergola.