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Lush garden path in Kansas City, Missouri design / photo: RDM Architecture on The Impatient Gardener

Climbing roses | 1001 Gardens. Want!!! Think I will get 2 great pots and some trellises and get ready for spring!!

Climbing Roses

How romantic, this entryway is surrounded with sweet smelling pink and white roses. I'm not good with growing roses but I'd like to try these climbing varieties.

Roses and Lavender. Repinned by and at

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I dream about having a pergola covered with tangled vines and roses in a lush garden. It is both romantic and whimsical just like an English garden. Here are five beautiful bits of inspiration to inspire your own garden.

This would be a great use for all those smooth stones I have been picking up over the years!  Maybe I'll incorporate some dinosaur bones, too.

Mosaic stones, Inspiration for a beautiful path in the garden! Like -> Sun Gazing Please Share :)

raised garden bed at my new place....

The Ultimate Kitchen Garden, Courtesy of a California Master

Growing Cucumbers Vertically | How to Grow Cucumbers in Small Garden

Growing Cucumbers Vertically

Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant. Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space, which is suitable for small garden


How to craft a pebble mosaic walkway path to design a more upscale backyard garden- diy project

Vegetable garden | 1001 Gardens....Vegetable Garden inside a picket

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Cool way to run water from bed to bed

30+ Raised Garden Bed Ideas

Alternative Gardning: Raised-bed vegetable garden ~Must remember to also put a sprinkling system into my raised garden beds!

Sharing all my favorite things from @anthropologieeu link in bio

espalier pears with Amanda Brooks (my espalier pears - and apples will look like this someday, hopefully this year!) - Gardening Take

The Potager du Roi or Kitchen Garden of the King produced fresh vegetables and fruits for the table of the court of Louis XIV. Description from I searched for this on

Le Jardinier Fâché: Potager French Kitchen Garden - to separate the orchard from the potager?