RHS Chelsea Hampton Court Silver Gilt Medal Rae Wilkinson

Love the color scheme - silver bluish greenery, purple flowers, grey concrete steps, white gravel - mix of modern tuscan and japanese influences

Tom Stuart-Smith. Would love a lush garden like this. The troughs are very pretty water features.

water for wildlife Tom Stuart-Smith one of my favourite designers!

Grace Design Associates Inc. Benches and Fire Pits

stone slab bench - small boulders - gravel - agaves - pepper tree - grasses which create seating space. This idea might work to create interest at the FRONT of the SOMA VIDA building ( but in a smaller scale)

A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.

A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.

A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.

A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.

Pimelea nivea, a tightly formed shrub whose new growth looks to have been dipped in cotton balls. Perfect in a well drained coastal garden and could be clipped formally or left in its natural splendour.

Pimelea nivea, a tightly formed shrub whose new growth looks to have been dipped in cotton balls. Perfect in a well drained coastal garden and could be clipped formally or left in its natural splendour.

Gallery of Richard Rogers wins Stirling Prize for Maggie's Centre - 6

Gallery of Richard Rogers wins Stirling Prize for Maggie's Centre - 6

Beautiful mix of materials on this vertical pillar, holding up a pergola to shade the modern patio area. Richard Rogers wins Stirling Prize for Maggie’s Centre.

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