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READER PHOTOS! Freeland and Sabrinas garden in California

READER PHOTOS! Freeland and Sabrina's garden in California

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Today's photos and tip were sent in by Rebecca Sweet, one of my favorite people/garden designers. She visited garden designers Freeland and Sabrina Tanner at their garden and home in Napa...

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READER PHOTOS! More from Kielians garden in Montana

READER PHOTOS! More from Kielian's garden in Montana

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Remember Kielian DeWitt? We featured her garden back on December 9th. Take another look. OK, so Kielian sent in these photos last week, and while she was worried they're not "gardeny" enough for the...

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READER PHOTOS! Viktorias garden in Connecticut

READER PHOTOS! Viktoria's garden in Connecticut

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Today's photos are from Viktoria Mullin in Cromwell, Connecticut. She says, "I couldn’t resist sharing my autumn garden with you. I’m so happy and proud of myself and my plants! Believe...

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A chainlink fence transformed

A chainlink fence transformed

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I spotted this sight while strolling the suburbs of Chicago a couple of weeks ago. I love how the gardener has camouflaged the chainlink fence with cosmos, sunflowers, and what looks to be a...

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Moon window

Moon window

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Rather than a moon gate, this garden feature at Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring, New York, is more of a moon window, offering a glimpse into the formal flower garden beyond the wall. Welcome to the...

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A property-line seating area

A property-line seating area

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"This sunken woodland patio provides a beautiful, private place to sit along the property line. The fence undulates with the topography, and its construction provides a pleasing texture that alludes...

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Orange+Green=Bold Contrast

Orange+Green=Bold Contrast

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OK, so we've decided to make this "Brian Higley Week" at the GPOD, since we have shots of so many of his great hardscape elements. We hope you'll be inspired by them! Today, we feature a fence and...

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Which one of these things is not like the others?

Which one of these things is not like the others?

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In the garden of Jack Hyland and Larry Wente in Millerton, New York, a series of mirrors acts to expand the visual space in this little hidden garden. The last fence panel, however, isn't a mirror at...

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A tumble of cool clematis softens hot hardscape

A tumble of cool clematis softens hot hardscape

Among the many delights of Cornerstone Gardens in sun-drenched Sonoma, California, is this stucco wall and metal gate softened by an exuberant tumble of purple clematis blooms. Welcome to the Fine...

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To fence or not to fence

To fence or not to fence

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Instead of a soild fence, this gardener used an open net of wires to create a visual barrier that still allows this space to breathe. It also keeps this shady space from becoming too dark. This photo...

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