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35 file(s) - Uploaded by: elsiemarie
Created: Jun 25, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 37
I love being in my flower gardens and working in my garden shed ...or relaxing in one of my chairs in the garden ...we put the garden in first then built the garden shed later to connect to the garden ..i have recently added another small garden for more flowers that take the sun better ...cant wait to see how it does next spring .!!! I am pretty new at gardening and have so much to learn ..but i am enjoying every minute of it ...
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: RobinN
Created: Feb 19, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
Our backyard pond and gardens include waterfalls, patios, gazebo, and outdoor kitchen.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: linguinni
Created: Feb 11, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 44
Spring is around the corner. This is my garden in Spring of last year. The first flowers to show up in my garden are wild flowers that reseed themselves. To enter my garden, you pass through a garden trellis room covered with flowering vines-- a good place to linger. You are coaxed on by a welcoming pathway that winds through several small gardens. Enjoy!
21 file(s) - Uploaded by: pinemud
Created: Oct 17, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
I created a wet-dry, Japanese style rock garden. Orriginally, it started out as a place for me to pump water from my basement sump-pump during the early spring. Eventually, it bacame much more. The project started as a straight-edged classical stepping slope (I like straight lines, to meandering faux-stream bed (more naturalistic, and hence Japanese. I chose the latter after advice received from several friends who suggested I add some curves to my landscaping, much of which is dominated by geometrically straight 4x4 timbers. I started initial work on the project in April of 2009, and with only a shovel and a wheelbarrow, and a lot of large stone acquired for free from a family source, I have transformed much of the backyard. First I dug the pit and used the dirt to level the uneven area directly in back of the house. Once level, I brought in gravel to make it solid, added weed barrier and toped it off with pea stone (very cheap compared to expensive brick. I then set up a gazebo on my new poor man's patio. I continued to use dirt from the hole, which seemed to get deeper every day, to level off the remainder of the property extending to the end of the house. By fall of 09 I had planted many types of plants and have added more each year. In 2010 I built an Asian style fence to surround the garden and in 2011 extended the fence three panels, including a Moon WIndow panel. In 2011 and 2012 I also added two gates - one large near the back of the garden and a smaller one between the house and garage. If interested, a blog is maintained that describes the garden in more detail at: http://japanesezengarden.blogspot.com
17 file(s) - Uploaded by: NextToGone
Created: May 21, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
Fence with windows and working shutters to allow more or less wind flow. I had planned to post the before pic but it is gone. We did build the fence to as it did not have one.