Gallery of kilbournegrove
How do I love thee, let me count the ways, or at least, let me count (and show you) the number of Japanese Maples in my garden.
Do you have a leftover hydrangea plant from Easter/Mothers Day? At my flower shop we always have a lot left, see how they look in my garden.
Give your new borders a sense of "age", by adding some large evergreens.
Using stones and miscellaneous pieces of scrap cement found on our property, we built stairs up a steep slope to our property line.
Now you don't. It is very hard to have privacy in the city, but an old jib from my husbands sailing days came to our rescue.
When I lived in London,I used to walk past a meadow of frits in Kensington Gardens. Now I want my own, how many years will it take?
Are you thrifty? Do you hate to add to landfill sites? Then come and take a look at what I did with an old tv tower.
Be sure and plant this grass so the light shines through its stems, magical.
When I saw these pedestals at a friends garden, I was inspired to build my own using scrap materials that I already had.
This is one of those 'showstopper' plants. Visitors always ask me what it is, and then confess they never heard of it.
This is a plant that every garden should have.