I'd love to use this kind of planting on a residential scale. Great way to create an allee or screen while containing the bamboo. Very modern, very cool.
Heather Bullard: Our Chicken Coop
petite home...I imagine such a happy life being led inside there. Probably open space kitchen living dining on lower floor and bedroom bath upstairs. One room wide homes were quite common in earlier times and to this day, fuction very well for a couple or a single person or even a one child family - stacked like this one or cracker box style.
a playhouse with a garden of its own.
Love the checkerboard paving - if you were careful about the 'grass' you planted, you wouldn't need to mow (e.g. microlaena, chamomile, thyme, creeping mint, even violas...) I've always loved this idea, but having to continually maintain it put me off. Love the idea of a ground cover that wouldn't need to be mown
A Crinkle Crankle Wall in Bramfield, Suffolk. The crinkle crankle wall economizes on bricks, despite its sinuous configuration, because it can be made just one brick thin. If a wall this thin were to be made in a straight line, without buttresses, it would easily topple over. The alternate convex & concave curves in the wall provide stability & help it to resist lateral forces. The term is thought to come from Old English meaning zig-zag. Suffolk has twice as many as in the rest of the country.
Crinkle crankle wall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Small garden with sun area and even a small lawn and shed