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charming flowers echoed in the windowboxes
Garden has been described as "a complete eyeball-burning blast of color that is just fantastic. Chrissie and John, have opened their garden each year (July) for more than a decade to benefit charities. In addition to a riot of flowers, garden features a 10-foot dragon made of moss, an undulating pair of gold fish ponds surrounded by garden borders, and more than 700 garden containers. (289 West Avond Road, Avon, CT. For details, go to http://www.cthort.org/ or call 860-529-8713)
outdoor home decorating with flowers, window boxes and flower beds
i wish i had the patience, time and green thumb to make something like this happen in my front yard.
Amazing garden border, and those window boxes!
Awh i want my front yard to be like this & love the window flower boxes !
front yard garden--love it. could create a small garden from a big green yard with fence and plants
I love this idea!
luv the fencing.
Reduce Your Turf - A street-side front yard flower garden adds a pocket of color and breaks up a large expanse of front lawn, creating lots of interest in just a small amount of space.
Que bella casa, donde es?
front yard landscaping
What do you think of this vine-covered arbor? More front yard flower gardens: www.bhg.com/...
Just imagine your daughter or granddaughter walking down through this entrance on her wedding day...!!!
Jasmine is a wonderful vine that's really easy to grow and adds a great scent to the scene...Pretty white flowers to add even more :)
Totally love this.
I adore the archway !
Fill It with Flowers
Entertaining Night Garden by Modular Garden. Perfect for small yard and making the most of it.
Miami Landscape Front Yard Designer Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas – page 3 @ its-a-green-life
Flowering Perennials | sheknows.com
vines over French doors give way to a beautiful garden hideaway
Lovely vignette spots in the garden with natural pebble paths
May just be the answer for North side of house near the woods where grass is so sparse!
pots on pots on pots