Use a row of white bark birch trees along a fence line to give additional privacy .............................but how big do they get? in other words would they stay narrow? if I even would be allowed to grow these in our small outdoor space at our condo? i like the idea of more privacy

Hardscaping 101: Landscape Uplighting

Use a row of white bark birch trees along a fence line to give additional privacy . in other words would they stay narrow? if I even would be allowed to grow these in our small outdoor space at our con

Clever, contemporary use of differentiated pavers to mark step changes and path types in a narrow urban garden design.

Maison contemporaine aux allures industrielles

Now THAT'S A DOOR HANDLE! Makes me think it would be nice to have a Gong instead of a doorbell.) Click through the link for a lovely tour of this home. Oban House by AGUSHI Builders and Workroom Design / South Yarra, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia

Garden Steppers - creating visual interest in your garden - Katrina Chambers

Dave Pederson design: "A narrow side yard can indeed look interesting. This modern home didn't have much room so Dave used Sanseiveria to add interest to the concrete walls of the home and perimeter w (Step House Walkways)

inside outside - wood, glass, planted wall

Wall Planter Garden With Climbing Plants Of Side Home And Wooden Deck Design Ideas: Compact Modern Leisure Home in Brazil, House by Arquitetura

Replacing the window with a door?  Interesting idea.  Then deck the whole alleyway and make it into slightly more usable space.

Gallery of Bondi House / Fearns Studio - 4

Image 4 of 15 from gallery of Bondi House / Fearns Studio. Photograph by Tom Ferguson

Can snake plants grow outdoors without planters? As an added bonus the snake plants (AKA Sansevieria trifasciata) are one of the better plants at filtering out formaldehyde, which is found in many household products.

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