Le jardin secret de Mario Lafrenais, de Moine Urbain - Décormag

Garden with a plunge pool. I'm so so in love with this. Can this please please please be in my back yard when I get a house? If not I will build it.

turquoise garden/so very beautiful & secret gardenish :)

blue gate to winding path. Loooove using old bricks for garden paths! and of course just looooooooove the blue gate!

greenhouse garden shed

I’ll Show You My Plants, If You’ll . . . (Part I)

Potting Shed. Love the split door. What a great idea to join a shed and a greenhouse together. Or a greenhouse, shed, chicken coop combo.

pool that looks like a pond - love!!

a pool that looks like a pond? this would be awesome with the fish ponds we have in our yard. A pond for us too!

DIY Potting Shed

the-gas-station: A DIY potting shed via Nitty Gritty Dirt Man.


Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) and Feather Reed Grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') along weathered wood fence. How to Plant a Wildflower Garden

Dahlia 'American Dawn'

Dahlia 'American Dawn' Dahlia's are so beautiful! They are definitely my favorite flower.

Ading Pea Gravel to the landscape. Pea gravel is low maintenance, allowing the water to fall back into the water table so there is no loss of ground water.

Water bowls

Steel Water Bowl/Garden Water Feature/Dish/Metallic Grey in


Beautiful greenhouse attached - even if you are living in the city, this piece of freedom inspired by wooden elements let you escape from everyday life.

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Love the hedge fence. Garden gate in Hawthorn hedge (Crataegus) with summer house and pleached Field Maple trees (Acer campestre)

white peonies

Whit Peonies *one of my favorite flowers!

Daffodil- 'Green Pearl'

Daffodil- 'Green Pearl'--sweet flowers in spring


pink oriental poppies in the garden with lady's mantle

backyard hideout

A Place to Garden and Be Outdoors: via Trust Your Style, via Ill Seen, Ill Said

photos by michael wee for country style au

Garden feature The bird bath was moved from another part of the garden to become a feature at the centre of a bed of.