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An Interesting Combination of Colorful Grasses, Perennials, and Moss - In Varying Heights and Textures...  (mossandivy.wordpr...)

An Interesting Combination of Colorful Grasses, Perennials, and Moss - LOVE the look of a full flower garden

Japanese forest grass, good for sun or shade. Gets pink highlights in cool weather. Very pretty.

hakonechloa japanese forest grass, likes partial shade, turns red orange or purple in fall

Autumn/Winter Gardens

The Winter Garden is a recent addition to the Abbey’s 120 acre site. It was designed by John Sales for the centenary of the first Lord Fairhaven, and created by the then-head gardener, Richard Ayres.

I really thought this was pretty. I'd always figured to make a celtic knot out of plants but a path *in* the garden is very interesting!    http://learningfromtheland.wordpress.com/page/12/?pages-list#

I really thought this was pretty. I'd always figured to make a celtic knot out of plants but a path *in* the garden is very interesting! http://learningfromtheland.wordpress.com/page/12/?pages-list#

Hybrid Musk Roses | Earth Kind Roses | Antique Roses | Rose Petals Nursery

Hybrid Musk Roses | Earth Kind Roses | Antique Roses | Rose Petals Nursery

theenchantedcove: “ From imgfave.com ”

Pink climbing rose on arch trellis over path in country garden in California Napa country garden, Saxon Holt. - SO beautiful! ~ yes, please ~ in my garden ~

Clematis for every month of the year

Clematis for every month of the year

Gardens in White… Clematis wilsonii 'Montana'--very easy to grow, flowers in the fall, and comes back year after year!

Plant Combinations - Northern California Gardens

Blue Oat Grass, Helictotrichon sempervirens combines beautifully with Lavender and Breath of Heaven, Coleonema 'Sunset Gold'. © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design

Garden Laid Bare  http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/nov/29/gardens-design#_

Anatomy of a garden

VeggieGardenings: “Garden design is about controlling the eye, forcing it to see what you want it to see, & consequently this vista is very successful - Andy Sturgeon

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