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Source  Plants can be grown anywhere, whether it’s a garden or not. Swimming pools also have plants beside them and they look best as you can see in the picture. Plants are the ultimate mind freshener, so why forget them, place them everywhere you can.

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Source Plants can be grown anywhere, whether it’s a garden or not. Swimming pools also have plants beside them and they look best as you can see in the picture. Plants are the ultimate mind freshener, so why forget them, place them everywhere you can.

A dining patio w. heat-absorbing, exposed-aggregate concrete; decomposed granite and Mexican beach pebbles; planting beds defined by steel edging; heat-and drought-tolerant palo blanco trees and coral plant; steel planters made from leftover pipe Photo by: Steve Gunther. Garden Design Calimesa, CA

A dining patio w. heat-absorbing, exposed-aggregate concrete; decomposed granite and Mexican beach pebbles; planting beds defined by steel edging; heat-and drought-tolerant palo blanco trees and coral plant; steel planters made from leftover pipe Photo by: Steve Gunther. Garden Design Calimesa, CA

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Access Path and Creek Bed

Access Path and Creek Bed

Grey Gardens, the once overgrown estate portrayed in the documentary, is now owned by Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn. Quinn and designer Victoria Fensterer have paid homage to the 1913 design of gray, blue, and white floral palette, but also kept hints of what he calls the earlier era's “romantic tangle.” The plants almost grow into each other and sight lines are blowsy and rich.

Grey Gardens, the once overgrown estate portrayed in the documentary, is now owned by Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn. Quinn and designer Victoria Fensterer have paid homage to the 1913 design of gray, blue, and white floral palette, but also kept hints of what he calls the earlier era's “romantic tangle.” The plants almost grow into each other and sight lines are blowsy and rich.

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