Magnificent garden: formal yet inviting - Traditional Home®

Magnificent garden: formal yet inviting - Traditional Home®.stone wall, tree lined walk

This sure looks inviting. The perfect spot for a book club gathering or Happy Hour with friends.

Beautiful Garden Design, Optical Illusions Balancing Yard Landscaping Ideas

Low hedges define the walk around the water feature in the garden - very pretty

This is the first part of a series on this garden including Using Retaining Walls and Stonework, Looking a Little Closer, The Storybook Woodland, and The Many Gardens Rolled into One. There is so m…

The Garden Bloggers Fling – The Gentling Garden

Beneath a vine-clad pergola in an English manor house’s garden by Anouska Hempel Design, vintage Indian lanterns dangle above an antique Pakistani table.

Why You Should Add a Pergola to Your Yard

Beneath a vine-clad pergola, vintage Indian lanterns dangle above an antique Pakistani table. Anouska Hempel’s English Country House Photos

I really need to get the ivy under the trees around my yard under control...

Looking through the allée in the opposite direction, to the north, toward the Pope's urn (modeled after an urn in the garden of the poet Alexander Pope). The branches of 32 pollarded sycamores are trimmed to emphasize the straightness of the allée.

Most people wouldn't survey 12 acres of land in rocky, hilly New Hampshire-legendary for its bone-chilling winters and abbreviated growing season-and think Edwardian garden. Most people aren't Stan Fry. The garden, actually a series of separate but linked and unified gardens, is his magnificent obsession.

Magnificent Garden: Formal Yet Inviting

This stunning garden takes up 12 acres of New Hampshire land. - Traditional Home ® / Photo: Matthew Benson / Design: Gordon Hayward

No lawn front garden _need to do this

DIY garden path with random-shaped flagstones and ground cover plants as filler- my side yard maybe

Window in the hedge.  Are you kidding me, how very clever.  Must do this with the new hedges.  Beautiful Kitchen Garden.

Lovelovelove the trellises, and REALLY love the idea of the greenery wall — a hedge instead of a fence is quite an attractive idea for the vegetable garden (and a secret garden elsewhere) The vegetable and cut flower gardens at Rock Cobble Farm.