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При клике в новом окне откроется оригинал изображения

При клике в новом окне откроется оригинал изображения

path by patrica

A serpentine bluestone path from the driveway and entering the rear yard and garden. Plantings with different heights, textures and colors create a wonderful experience and feel as you enter the property. (I like the straight pavers in a curvy path.

Jardin

Blooming hot pink bougainvillea decorating a white entrance or archway to a stone patio. Beautiful, can't wait to have my beautiful garden.

Aiken House & Gardens: Our Late August Garden // Virginia Creeper on the arbor

Aiken House Gardens: Our Late August Garden // Virginia Creeper on the arbor

Pink climbing roses surround a cottage door in Dorset, England | Natasha Solomons  So cool!

Pink climbing roses surround a cottage door in Dorset, England, almost definitely the entrance to a secret wonderland

При клике в новом окне откроется оригинал изображения

При клике в новом окне откроется оригинал изображения

longue bordure de vivaces dont des géraniums, sauges, nepetas, anthémis, macleaya cordata et phlox menant à un pergola de rosiers.

long perennial border including geraniums, sage, nepetas, anthemis, macleaya cordata and phlox leading to a pergola of roses.

shade garden by christie

Shade garden with fern, boxwood, ladys mantel, wild ginger and more. - Gardening Worlds

Astilbe is the perfect flowering plant for shady garden spots.  It has plume like flowers that cluster over the top of delicate leaves and add so much to the surrounding shade plants.  see how to grow it on thegardeningcook.com

Growing Astilbe - False Spirea - How to Grow and Care for Astilbe

echinaceas, monardas,veronicastrums. Would sub in Sidalcea, phlox astilbe, delphinium, for the veronicastrum in back

Late perennial border with echinaceas (purple cone flowers), monardas (red bee balm) and veronicastrums (blue veronica, in back). Easy to grow, long-lasting perennials that attract bees and butterflies by the dozens!

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