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Fleur McHarg Portrait Shop Front | Floristry and Event Styling | Est Magazine

We recently spent a morning with florist Fleur McHarg - and yes that meant waking at and meeting her at her floral concept store in Melbourne's Armadale, to then head out to the markets to fill the van with booty for a days trading and event styling.

This photo just gave me a cool idea... I could build a small "platform out from the outside wall under the small bathroom window and place a wrought Iron-type of fencing on it to make it a "faux balcony"!  Cool!!!  Also would be cool over the garage doors & then use as a trellis!

Spent some time going through my 'mixed up inspiration files' today. This one is from an issue of Victoria magazine (pre-dating the newly published version) I just love the feeling of this so much.

Vintage Girl: The Country House That Lives In My Imagination

For those that don't want a playhouse in their yard why not create a nest for the kids. This way you have a place for children to play and a unique piece of garden art that you get to design and create.

Houseplants for the Forgetful Gardener Love houseplants but often forget to water them? If so, here's a collection of great indoor plants that can take neglect.

Houseplants You Can't Kill

Houseplants for the Forgetful Gardener (That sounds like me!) Love houseplants but often forget to water them? If so, here's a collection of great indoor plants that can take neglect.

Pictures of Flowers: A = Pansy, B = Creeping Jenny, C = Persian Shield, D= Mimulus, E= Torenia, F = Fuchsia Gartenmeister, G = New Guinea Impatiens

Spring Container Gardening Guide - this is what we are going to do around the pool for some color and green!

small inviting courtyard

Secret Garden: The front door of this oceanfront Los Angeles house opens to a surprising open-air courtyard. Designer Chris Barrett clustered plants in antique pots on a concrete table from Inner Gardens.

I wonder if this would work in the desert.  I have the flagstone walk already.  Maybe succulents?

How pretty of an entrance into my English Cottage! Only I'd have herbs and lavender mixed with those flowers. LOVE the pathway and flowers over the door!

A Heart in Provence: Early spring

Prémices du printemps

lanterns and planters. fragrance garden, blue garden, white garden and bold color garden

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