Agapanthus - beautiful! I love agapanthus. And love them with these rounded ?Boxwoods.
Drooling over this pathway! MUST MAKE IT!
Gravel path tips. The article also shares tips for mulch and stepping stone paths. I like the stepping stones the best.
Think of growing a yard this way: mostly gravel (and no sprinklers) but instead wide-spreading plants that can have water efficient water-dripper systems installed.
I like these more contemporary, clean-lined French doors leading out into a gravel patio with stone.
The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth. Interlocking system edges support assembly.
modern meadow garden inspiration - plantings of ornamental grasses and mixed flowers (Miscanthus, Stipa, Festuca, Verbena, Euphorbia).
Designer Judy Kameon wanted Benson's stairs, which are made of landscape ties, to wind through a sea of plants
This is the most beautiful courtyard in the home of Francois Catroux in Provence as featured in the Wall Street Journal Magazine