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Stone slabs and pea stone
Concrete "stone" slabs and pea gravel
Shapes and textures... what artistry in this garden designed by Peter Fudge.
Peter fudge garden
All stone back yard...no mowing, no reseeding, no lumpy surface thanks to the skunks, squirrels, and moles. I may give this some serious thought.
Seaside Bliss ‹ Peter Fudge
OUTSIDE SPACE: Timber and ornamental grasses garden by Peter Fudge.
Potted plants frame the beginning of a crushed gravel garden path with a mixed border by Peter Fudge.
Most people wouldn't believe the amount of work and planning it takes to get to this point.
peter fudge - trampoline on terrace
Boxwood path, Bridgehampton, #DeborahNevins #Gardens
What a creative way to make a narrow patio so inviting! Thanks Martha Stewart!
stairs and hedge...love the idea of a really slow transition for the stairs, like a multi-leveled Provincial terrace, also with flowers as a possibility.
Stone on gravel, though we want a more natural look than this--a dry stacked stone look
Can adapt the materials for a similar plan in any place where grass won't grow. Quattro by Sansiri
Will the steepness of the grade going to the back of the house allow for something like this?