{Small Garden}

{Small Garden}

Love this small but perfectly designed and manicured garden || Tall pots in beds - Louise del Balzo Garden Design

Love this small but perfectly designed and manicured garden || Tall pots in beds - Louise del Balzo Garden Design

Gorgeous outdoor firepit, furniture and water feature, offered lots of privacy by a living wall of bamboo!

Gorgeous outdoor firepit, furniture and water feature, offered lots of privacy by a living wall of bamboo!

Contemporary Garden Design. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury.

Contemporary Garden Design. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury.

#Idée #Jardin // Salon de l'Habitat de Clermont-Ferrand 21 > 24 mars 2014, Grande Halle d'Auvergne. Aménagement - Décoration - Design - Maison - Jardin

#Idée #Jardin // Salon de l'Habitat de Clermont-Ferrand 21 > 24 mars 2014, Grande Halle d'Auvergne. Aménagement - Décoration - Design - Maison - Jardin

Chill Out Garden | Contemporary seating area with firepit | Charlotte Rowe Garden Design

Chill Out Garden | Contemporary seating area with firepit | Charlotte Rowe Garden Design

Bamboo in pots...for deck privacy (do you all see a trend here, lol)

Bamboo in pots...for deck privacy (do you all see a trend here, lol)

This golden maple makes a beautiful potted tree in this tall terra cotta. Maybe a Princeton Gold Maple "Acer platanoides" or a Golden Full Moon Maple "Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum'" (small, shade)

This golden maple makes a beautiful potted tree in this tall terra cotta. Maybe a Princeton Gold Maple "Acer platanoides" or a Golden Full Moon Maple "Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum'" (small, shade)

You can grow an olive tree in a concrete planter on a deck. They're really hardy, don't mind heat generated by their pot and don't require insects to pollinate them. I've had one for 16 years in a terracotta pot and although the pot keeps it small, it still rewards me with enough olives to brine for my pantry.

You can grow an olive tree in a concrete planter on a deck. They're really hardy, don't mind heat generated by their pot and don't require insects to pollinate them. I've had one for 16 years in a terracotta pot and although the pot keeps it small, it still rewards me with enough olives to brine for my pantry.

Grass.in.contemporary.pots

Grass.in.contemporary.pots

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