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Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Fast and Fabulous Ideas to Decorate Your Garden

CC say no fence over 6 feet. Need more privacy plant arborvitae in a feed trough set on dollys. Border with flowers and create a unique gateway to the side yard.

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Landscaping Ideas for Privacy

Use Lattice as a Screen A fence and carefully chosen plants insulate a side yard. -- A clamoring vine -- here, Boston ivy -- softens hardscape edges and adds another layer of privacy. -- A door is a distinctive, uninterrupted signal of a private space; fitted with a small section of latticework, it includes a decorative element that repeats the design in the fence.

On a garden wall or fence place a mirror inside a shuttered window frame to give a small garden more depth and allow you to see more of the garden from an inside window

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Flower Garden Ideas for Your Landscape

8 Easy Flower Garden Ideas and Plans Jonesboro | Memphis | Perennials Landscape Ideas Flowers Annuals

Oh to have many beautiful garden archways and gates

Country Livingfrom Country Living

Ideas for Outdoor Spaces

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. The result is an intimate seating area that can be used for relaxing or dining.

Gorgeous post arbor in a country garden. Exactly what I pictured for the garden gate.

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Cottage Gardens We Love

Love cottage gardens!

The Decorated Housefrom The Decorated House

~ Small Space Gardening ~ Kitchen Courtyard Before & After

The Decorated House: ~ Small Space Gardening ~ Kitchen Courtyard Before & After

Ahhh, the picket fence. Kitcsh, yes. But thoroughly satisfying kitcsh.

"I never had any other desire so strong and so like to covetousness as that one which I have always had that I might be master at last of a small house and a large garden."