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Take your patio from tired to terrific this spring with these inspired ideas.
  • Julius O'Conner

    pink climbing roses on an arbor. #garden interior #modern garden design #garden designs #garden interior design|

  • Brenda Butler

    The roses on my garden gate arbor are a year away from being like these but it's close!

  • Bethany Correia

    Make an Entrance-Whether your patio is attached to your house or standing alone in the yard, give it an entrance that proclaims it as a destination and creates a focal point. A charming arbor, such as this one, makes a style statement but your entrance could be as plain as a metal arch or gate or as simple as a couple of lengths of picket fencing. The secret is to blend it into your landscape with flowering and climbing plants.

  • Eda Kub

    Make an #garden interior #garden decorating before and after #garden designs #garden interior design #garden #modern garden design #garden #garden design ideas #garden interior design #garden decorating before and after #garden designs #garden design|

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Perfect color. I used to run by a house every morning that had a fence like this and white roses. The rest of the landscaping was exquisite too. I like the light pink better...

Room Ideas: Longing for an outdoor retreat but not sure where to start? Come On In Every indoor room has a doorway, so why not create one for your outdoor room? An arbor or trellis is an inviting entrance to your space, and you can add color with climbing plants such as clematis or climbing roses.

Castle garden in Dornburg, Thuringia.

The double-door gate has a scooped top edge and hangs from square posts that support an overhead arbor.

"I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden." ~Ruth Stout

Gateway to the garden

Globe-shape vases are easy to use. Cut about a dozen roses to a uniform length and arrange in your hand before snipping the ends and plopping into the water. If needed, add a few more blooms in the center -- cut stems a bit longer to create a mounded shape. *I LOVE the color in these roses.

Seend Manor Rose Garden image via Paul *'s photostream