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Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: 07mh112 The Old Gate . Gold Medal Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables obelisk Lathyrus sweet pea broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis watering can Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur

Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables obelisk Lathyrus sweet pea broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis watering can Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur

Make Simple, Beautiful Garden Fences and Trellises

Sweet Peas on willow trellis // Great Gardens & Ideas // I hope this is the actual instructions on how to make this trellis because I could use these.

Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: 07mh387 The Old Gate . Gold Medal Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis gate metal watering can obelisk Lathyrus sweet peas Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur

Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: 07mh112 The Old Gate . Gold Medal Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables obelisk Lathyrus sweet pea broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis watering can Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur

Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: 07mh112 The Old Gate . Gold Medal Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables obelisk Lathyrus sweet pea broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis watering can Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur

Visiting Artists

Elliott HundleyLocated in a former factory building in downtown Los Angeles, this sculptor’s studio (left) was a rainforest of creative detritus when W stopped by in 2007. Layered throughout were silk flowers, marble obelisks, peacock feathers, strings of beads— even reproductions of Old Master paintings. Hundley referred to it as “a mulch pit.” Photo: Amanda Marsalis