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Creepy Crawly Towers - dream home for insects! #homesfornature
There’s just something visually pleasing about this frame’s weathered wood in contrast to the bright, fresh greens.
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 by Janna Schreier
'A Growing Obsession Garden' with Cosmos, Salvia and roses.
white hydrangeas white impatiens garden. I like the layered look of the impatiens, Peter Pan and box wood and the hydrangeas to the side. More
Rosemary Alexander's Hampshire garden: box and lavender
Eremurus bungei (Foxtail Lilies) in our garden.
Modern plants that use mediterranean plant colors/textures. Also representing plants that can work in Georgia