Throughout history gardens have been used to aid in the healing process - from the Japanese Zen Garden to the Monastic Cloister garden. With the advances in medical technology in the 20th century, the use of gardens as healing elements began to diminish. Fortunately with the recent interest in complementary and alternative therapies, which emphasizes healing the whole person -- mind, body, and spirit -- rather than simply alleviating symptoms, the interest in garden as healer has been…

Throughout history gardens have been used to aid in the healing process - from the Japanese Zen Garden to the Monastic Cloister garden. With the advances in medical technology in the 20th century, the use of gardens as healing elements began to diminish. Fortunately with the recent interest in complementary and alternative therapies, which emphasizes healing the whole person -- mind, body, and spirit -- rather than simply alleviating symptoms, the interest in garden as healer has been…

jardines con cascadas artificiales - Buscar con Google

jardines con cascadas artificiales - Buscar con Google

I need some shade at the base of my fence. this would be nice. Pergola Fence Topper

I need some shade at the base of my fence. this would be nice. Pergola Fence Topper

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Slope ApproachSlope  PREV  2/11  NEXT  Slope Approach        Pretty plants and trees make quick work of a steep incline.        The design of a slope is as much about the approach as it is about the angle of the hill; here, a grass path sinuously curves around plantings to draw visitors toward the stairs.        Retaining walls present a garden conundrum: How do you dress them up without them looking fussy? A series of simple metal trellis and flowering vines does the trick here.

Hillside Landscaping Ideas

Slope ApproachSlope PREV 2/11 NEXT Slope Approach Pretty plants and trees make quick work of a steep incline. The design of a slope is as much about the approach as it is about the angle of the hill; here, a grass path sinuously curves around plantings to draw visitors toward the stairs. Retaining walls present a garden conundrum: How do you dress them up without them looking fussy? A series of simple metal trellis and flowering vines does the trick here.

How to build a tree bench that just might become your favorite outdoor spot. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

How to Build a Tree Bench

How to build a tree bench that just might become your favorite outdoor spot. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

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