two levels of lawn- ringed by one color of daylillies-beautiful stone steps [note risers]- bird bath and lamp by steps-lovely green foil-locust or mimosa limb-contrasting flower placement-interspersed with dwarf conifers?
Everything beautiful.a place to escape. A place where dreams come true. This is everything i dream of.all the beauty all the time ~All photographs & media published here belong to their respective owners.
If one big wall won't do, several low walls with level terraces between may be the right solution. Consider paving a level to create a patio and a comfy seating area. An inviting midslope patio is a great place to sit and survey the rest of your garden.
Emily Whaley’s Garden, Charleston, South Carolina. Designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1940 and tended faithfully for almost 50 years by Emily Whaley, the garden is small and secluded in Charleston’s historic district
Solar Garden border at Great Dixter, a house in Northiam, East Sussex, England - photo by Jonathan Buckley; Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’ with Campanula patula and Erysimum allionii in the Solar garden at Great Dixter