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Arbors can work in tandem with paths to establish a defined entry point. Here, the informality of the structure is reinforced by round pavers and gravel. Plants spill over the borders of the pathway for a sweet, cottage-style garden. Curves can either be traditional or casual; this arbor relies on a gentle swoop overhead. A robust vine rambles up and over the arbor.

I would like to do this at my house... front and side! .found on better homes and gardens

Cobblestone Edging Square cobbles of granite edging combine with a hedge of Korean boxwood to give this landscape shape. 'Annabelle' and oakleaf hydrangeas add billowing blooms of white, their large leaves contrasting with the textures and shapes of the paving, edging, and hedge.

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side yard idea - the curve of the path adds interest and takes the eye around the garden, not just straight down.

I love when an arbor leads you into another garden "room". My arbor will lead you from my patio to the Hydrangea room. So much to do, don't have a husband to do it.

If only I had the right place for something like this. It makes you think tropical Island.