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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.

Go for the Classic Look Brick is the perfect material for creating a timeless look that matches just about any style. Here's a hint: Look for old, worn bricks if you're going for a country or cottage look. Newer bricks are often better suited for contemporary or formal landscapes.

Glorious Garden Paths

Ever since I was a child, my dream house has been a white farmhouse with a big porch. This is a perfect example with the brick walkway lined with a hedge and hydrangea everywhere to greet me.

"Australian Country Estate," this is the guesthouse on the grounds, its a 1 bedroom white cottage that was an original farm structure built in the early 20th century, the early 1900s with a classic metal/tin roof and picket fence style porch railings . surrounded by beautiful gardens and a citrus orchard $5,700,000

Asia House of the Day: Australian Country Estate - Photos

Classic formal design by Peter Fudge. For harsh Australian coastal conditions you can also get this look by substituting with hardy natives - Tristaniopsis laurina LUSCIOUS Pbr trees and Acmena smithii FIRESCREEN Pbr hedges.

Allee Classic formal design by Peter Fudge. For harsh Australian coastal conditions you can also get this look by substituting with hardy natives - Tristaniopsis laurina LUSCIOUS Pbr trees and Acmena smithii FIRESCREEN Pbr hedges.

The East Hampton's garden of Aerin Lauder.

Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton Country Home, via Elle Decor (July-August 2009 issue? Landscape design by Perry Guillot.

The art of a garden path. Turningpoint2: Madame Gateau

turningpoint2: Madame Gateau (Crush Cul de Sac)


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