Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting
Secret Garden With a structure to grow on, plants can create living walls that offer privacy and seclusion. Here, a cedar arbor boasts a dense covering of roses that forms a natural "roof," while a boxwood shrub anchors the base of each column
Room with a View. In the garden of this Philadelphia home, the outdoor "room with a view" is canopied by a Trumpet vine, Golden Hops, and rose-bowered pergola, with concrete pavers laid down checkerboard style.
Classic rosebushes can grow into fabulous floral frames that bring colorful structure to your entry and gardens. Do as designers such as Bunny Williams and Charlotte Moss do and let roses wind freely along fences, trellises, and archways.
The View From Inside To maximize the scene from their upstairs windows, which overlooks this arbor, the homeowners of this Hudson, New York, home planted a trumpet vine at each of the structure's six posts.
Pretty Path: 'Tardiva' and 'Annabelle' hydrangeas, 'Diana' Rose of Sharon hibiscus, and Hosta plantaginea line the walkway behind this Martha's Vineyard home - 27 Front Yard and Backyard Landscaping Ideas - Landscaping Designs - Country Living
clematis terniflora, this vine doesn't just grow tall (up to 30 feet in a few months); it also grows wide, ensuring full coverage. Consider its tiny white flowers, which bloom in late summer and early fall, tolerates most soil and sun conditions