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New deer-resistant area up by the sidewalk

New deer-resistant area up by the sidewalk

Traditional Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 43

Front yard flowerbeds: low maintenance plants - The background is Spruce and Arborvitae. The middle layer is Viburnum, Hydrangea and Ligularia. The foreground is Astilbe, Hosta and Pachy sandra.

Flower bed border idea - alyssum, begonia and ornamental grass - great color combination

Flower bed border idea - alyssum, begonia and ornamental grass - great color combination

Awesome natural fence

Natural Fence.

Pleaching was common in gardens from the late Middle Ages until the C. - weaving branches of deciduous trees to form a living fence. Sometimes branches woven together grow together, a natural grafting known as inosculation

WIth the help of a landscape architect, Felder enclosed his front garden and built a "green roof" entry arbor. The garden was also reversed - it now faces the house rather than the street.

WIth the help of a landscape architect, Felder enclosed his front garden and built a "green roof" entry arbor. The garden was also reversed - it now faces the house rather than the street.

Pathways Design Ideas for Home and Garden

No More Mowing: 10 Grass-Free Alternatives to a Traditional Lawn: Creeping Jenny Ground Cover

Cottage Garden Mix - perennial and biennial flowers - flower seeds - sarah raven seeds

Cottage Garden Mix

Sarah Raven's Cottage Garden Mix zinnias, cosmos, malopes, and much more, lots of traditional cottage garden favourites which will flower together not just for weeks but months. I wish I had a cutting garden like this!

Creeping Thyme forms low growing, 2 inch tall carpets of green aromatic, lemon-scented leaves. Plants are blanketed in carmine-pink flowers in late spring and summer. They are loved by butterflies. Vigorous and easy to grow, 'Magic Carpet' thyme is an excellent small scale ground cover. Also beautiful between stepping stones or in containers.

Creeping Thyme

"wooly thyme" ground cover: Creeping Mother of Thyme Seeds - Low-maintenance Ground Cover (Fast Growing, Hardy Perennial with a Beautiful Color and a Wonderful Lemony Fragrance)

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