Barrels, ferns, hydrangeas, young Italian cypress.../ for outdoor party, picnic or reception (reminds me of @bartscott!)
About a year ago I did a series of posts that showcased three parts of the design process. For those that struggle with how to start their landscape design this process is amazing. The idea is to arrange your spaces conceptually with bubbles, move those bubbles towards strong shapes, then finally place plant materials to reinforce your outdoor rooms. Click on the steps below to learn about them in more detail. 1. Bubble (or Functional) Diagrams 2. Garden Structure Studies…
Curves add interest: A simple series of four circles, some paving, some lawn, on different levels create a practical easy maintained suburba...
Use rectangles to create a zig-zag plot A series of rectangular lawns or any other ground cover or paving of your choosing - pebbles, decking - are laid at right angles to each other. They traverse the garden, giving strong direction.
30 Fascinating Low-Budget DIY Garden Pots | Daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on Architecture, Art and Design
Here's 25 amazing DIY ideas that will help you to upgrade your backyard
The Everyday Home: Re-arranging Furniture...in the Garden?
Spring is my Mum's favourite season as she can finally start growing flowers in the garden again! #MyInterfloraMum