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From Gertrude Jekyll and the Country House Garden. She was the gardener who popularized the informal, naturalistic look that we identify with English country gardens today.

Leven's Hall Gardens, Cumbria, England

Gardens at Levens Hall in Kendal. The formal hedge serves nicely as a backdrop for the loose planting of the blue, white, and green colour scheme

Using crates to stack herb garden.

Repurposed Crates, Baskets and Zinc Containers - this is a pretty way to display flowers and herbs on a porch and a great way to hide plastic pots.

The French Tangerine: ~ brick flooring

Stella McCartney's Country House in Vogue - Herringbone-brick path lined with purple Darwin tulips and tall Mont Blanc alliums.

shady relaxation area

Photo (Georgiana Design)

Boston ivy covers the façade of the house; the seating is by Brown Jordan, and the plantings include boxwood, Platanus x acerifolia 'Bloodgood', and agave.

I so want a magnolia tree at my next house!  Dave would lose his mind though.  I had to BEG to keep the bush that we already have.

Spring in the garden: Pink Magnolias. Love trifecta for me=Beauty, Scent, Elegance.

Photo: inspiration from Martha Stewart's gardens

Planning A Garden

Cultivating the Past ~ In a garden in Nantucket, Massachusetts, a narrow path is flanked by exuberant mounds of colorful flowers, including .

quiet time

I love the shelf on the tree. Nice place to sit.have tea.and watch the birds. I'd put mine beside a flowerbed.


Take a look inside Dries Van Noten’s Neoclassical house, built in the and remodeled after being shelled during the First World War.