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By CTKNYMy outdoor garden railroad -- Peru New York Approximately 1000 feet of track.. Plants are mostly perennials tho we do put in annuals such as geraniums.
By KatnapperThe front yard of my little house with the big rock landscaping and flowerbeds project. I hauled each of these rocks home in my van over a 2 year period. It eventually took 4 years to finish placing all the rocks and adding perennials. Varied annuals added each year.
By bivbivMy secret garden...visible only from the back porch on our corner acre.
By HellannPerennial flower garden
By HellannHail Happens... I still think it's a beautiful view. =)
By momoftwo607Lower flower garden in the spring
By momoftwo607Shade garden and rock wall that I built,myself
By Haworthia405Tulips and Daffodils Take Over My Garden.
By Haworthia405Sunny spring day.
By dragonfly62Gardens in the evening sun.
By dragonfly62Mixed perennial garden.
By blommaMy succulent rockgarden consisting of Sedums and other drought resistant perennials.
By haighrHottub Garden in the spring!
By haighrDown the Garden Path - Steve made the parrot and birdhouse to accent a portion of our sun garden. Here we have spring in bloom with a Japanese Tree Peony and azalea.
By GinaWVPrivate Garden
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By TreeStewardAstilbe in a setting created near my pond.
By flowAjenWalkway thru Sayen Gardens
By flowAjenBridge in Sayen Gardens
By iskate345View from my back door entrance. Betty Prior roses behind the fence with newly planted Autum Clematis that will cover the arbor. Ornamental grasses growing in the large black planters.
By iskate345Inside the front gate of the Village Gardener. The large dovecote birdhouse is also occupied year round.
By SuculentaMy grandson took a break from running around to enjoy a quiet moment above the pond
By dgrowell9My dog's favorite place to keep watch.
By dgrowell9A garden path.
By morgancThis is the morning sun just starting to light up our flower garden one July.
By eden100My Garden of W'Eden
By cytfSpring garden with yellow Stella d"oro lily and purple hydrangea
By eden100garden path of annuals
By LeafPeeperLate July is one of our favorite times of the year when the garden is especially lush and the summer flowering shrubs and perennials are in full swing.
By LeafPeeperThis is a view of my side/secret garden as taken from under our large cedar trees. This is a late spring view as azaleas and rhododendrons are still blooming.
By HonigirlMy attempt at an "English" rose garden here.
By HonigirlThis is a shot of the front of the Tuscany villa, planted with roses and annuals.
By ShadyLady2Beginning flagstone path June 2012
By ShadyLady2Pumpkins and Path October 2012
By vossnerAutumnfest, too
By whaAn annual "flower basket" directing your sight line to a vareigated dogwood. Villa Melzi - Bellagio, Italy
By whaA grove of japanese maples around a water garden. Villa Melzi - Bellagio, Italy
By PattyLouiseI just love the autumn ferns. The bunnies love to hang out here!
By PattyLouiseMy shade garden looks really bright with the azaleas & rhododendrons blooming. My statue is happy!
By DMershPart of the Drummond Castle gardens in Scotland
By perkoschilefarmMy new designed Cacti bed out front.
By MessyMarvinThe location of these landscaped gardens is a giveaway with the Seattle, Washington Spaceneedle in the background. The million dollar plus homes in this section of town all had professionally landscaped yards and gardens.
By prunifoliaSummer is coming to an end in Indiana.
Sweet Autumn Clematis in all it's glory. Dahlias in the foreground with Blue Mist Spirea and Russian Sage
By prunifoliaSpring time in Indiana along the wall garden. Purple Salvia, Dwarf Hardy Geraniums, Lamb's Ear Hydrangea, Spirea and Jim Dandy Winterberry at far end.
By robinandjenniBlended Border
By jmorthfrom back door
By RosemanStanOne of our front garden areas. Landscaped to have a wildflowers garden in the back with the kissing angel lovers next to our pretty Hot Cocoa rosebush, plus a decorative solar light to help make for a romantic setting at night.
By RosemanStanOne of our backyard rosebeds and flower gardens. Loveland, Colorado - July 2012.
By mygardensWe planted dogwood, river birch, rough-stemmed asters and swamp sunflowers at the pond's edge to make our fall landscape a second spring.
By CajunCatEasily maintained front yard. Landscaped entrance is flanked by Lagerstroemia x fauriei 'Natchez' on both sides. Beds include Liriope muscari 'Variegata', and Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi Gashira'.
By CajunCatBridal Wreath Spiraea offers the pool-side garden an abundant amount of small white flowers followed by attractive foliage during the spring.
By shihtzumomYellow Foxtail Lilies with a back drop of Etoile Violet
By DiggingJohnnyWe loved this outdoor container garden among our lunch cafe on the island of Vis, Croatia.
By flfwrsThe essence of summer..
By flfwrsThe path into the garden
By ItalianstyleMy place in the sun
By candlestickA sky blue garden urn is nestled in a sea of striking foliage. Its surroundings include a hardy fern, lamium, a variety of hosta cultivars and a nicely contrasting caladium.
By candlestickA group of hosta cultivars, Heuchera 'Looking Glass', and emerging Asiatic lillies surround an etherial Acer palmatum 'Villa Taranto' Japanese maple in early spring.
By kemboja70This photo taken in our backyard, on April 2012. Instead of having a lawn, we put in planters for perennials, succulents, & raised beds for vegetables. We added flagstones with grass in between.
By plantlady2012House with bridge over Maryann Creek
By pirlThe end of June is a wonderful time for this garden.
By pirlThis garden is filled with astilbe, poppies and Japanese irises.
By MessyMarvinI took this photo of a beautifully landscaped cul-de-sac while visiting on the island of St. Kitts.
By trhooverRevitalizing my patio garden
By trhoover Japanese anemones mixed in shades of blue garden
By Flor_“Although I am aged Plectranthus, I am still young at heart. ….Please give a vote to this aged lady and that stupid amateur camera. Thank you!”
By Flor_ "It seems I need to a diet program, the diameter of my leave is nearly 1 inch..... too fat! OMG!!......Who can help me?? If you wanna help, please give me a vote. Thank you!"
By adinamitiSweet Williams, roses and spiderwort blooming.
By adinamitiThe most beautiful flower in my garden, my little garden helper who likes so much to water!
By jgarmanMorning in the Orchard, Portsmouth, RI.
By NoturfThis is our north garden previously a driveway.
By NoturfThis is the north garden with a narrow focus. When we moved in 2008 there was nothing, except some ferns and a croton in the right side high bed. Everything your eyes can see was planted during this time. The vines growing at left were planted in five holes dug in the six inches thick concrete.
By DaylilySLPPrivate Garden in MI
By DaylilySLPPrivate Garden in MI
By bob6441Early April in Bucks County: The view from our bedroom window of a ten year old garden/pool showing cherries, star magnolia, forsythia (Goldtide), conifers and daffodils.
By bob6441Garden shed in Bucks County with New Dawn and two Dortmund climbing roses (one climbs twenty feet up into the sassafras on the left) in full bloom.
By bottlegreendown the garden path...
By bottlegreenshade garden, zone 4
By seachelle01Backdrop to a section of the Carving Studio W Rutland VT sculpture garden. Co-designed in 2009.
By lovecamelliasThis shot highlights a garden on our driveway.
By susanbreenThis is a picture of one of my tree peonies growing in a container in my brownstone garden.
By martagonRustic Western garden landscape.
By martagonOverview of a Country Garden
By mcash70Autumn leaves
By YenGardenerThis is the walkway that leads from the garage to the front door of my home.
By YenGardenerThis is the driest area of our yard, which we call "the desert" and we tried to make it look like the landscape alone Interstate 40.
By GratefulGardenGirlCheep Lunches - Bird Feeder in my garden
By GratefulGardenGirlClimbing Roses on the front yard fence
By mygardensOur dogwood tree makes a bold seasonal statement against the backdrop of the Miscanthus sinensis sitting at the edge of our pond with the afternoon sun shining through.
By htopTo save on water usage, many of my neighbors xeriscaped their yards. This yard features many native plants, river rocks in a "dry riverbed" that adjoins the 2 properties connected by a small bridge, pink crushed granite and yard art.
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