Shape ideas for my formal herb garden. Maybe not herbs, but I really like the idea of this kind of structure in the back yard. Pea gravel separates the shaped beds, nice. Choose plants that will thrive in my unfortunate climate.
Description: Strong shapes were key to the design, so Kirsty created circular lawns and a round island bed, where the stunning Cercis Canadensis takes centre stage - How to make a small garden look much bigger!
Arbor, swing, and fence, Yes this is eactly what I want for my Grape vines three different Table Grapes. Arbor in an L shape. My honey can do it, and I love being at his side hands on. This would be a Great project.
Sedum, Great use of plants to break up the edges of this deck. The combination of Sedum spectible and the grasses creates a real softness to the planting scheme. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury.