This forlorn front yard became an eye-catching cottage garden in the hands of a Minnesota couple. We love how the homeowners updated the curbside view by replacing lackluster foundation shrubs with an abundance of perennials, annuals, and bulbs.
pergola elements have been added to the top of a privacy screen. The addition not only provides visual interest to the screen and deck, but is also functional as a place from which to hang lovely flowering baskets.
Good idea for multiple reasons: equisetum (horsetail, snake grass, puzzlegrass) (grow zone grows so quickly and make even the newest newbie of a gardener feel accomplished and happy. equisetum can get out invasive and a container will control it.
hard landscaping punctuated by grasses at Brookvale Residence by Andrea Cochran Landscape-this would be a good thing to do on a cement patio, say around a pool area, to offer some privacy as well Equisetum architectural plant
A branch screen. remember idea: branch screens, built in planter boxes on rolling casters. Creates a moveable screen, with independent ivy growth-bonus boints for creating hinged, double screen frames that will collapse for moving or customizable sizes