Wisterias European families have had these immortal vines grow for centuries on their properties. [Actually, the first American Wisteria came in 1724 and then apparently in 1819 the first W.Sinensis arrived in GB.- des Chevaux] - My Garden Muse
Pathways in the garden connect and tie the landscape together. You don’t need a pro for the ideas, the installation or feel pressured to impress anyone. Whether you are wishing to enhance and transform your yard, or simply just make… Continue Reading →
This warm weather makes us want to stay more time outdoors, and it provides a great opportunity to working on your home’s outdoor. DIY retaining walls are pretty suitable for a yard, a garden, as they can change the whole dynamic of your space. A garden o
I would love to walk under this gorgeous canopy and allow the dense foliage provide cool shade during the warmer months, then as the weather cools and the leaves fall, the winter sun is allowed to penetrate. The flowers are highly scented.
A serpentine bluestone path from the driveway and entering the rear yard and garden. Plantings with different heights, textures and colors create a wonderful experience and feel as you enter the property. (I like the straight pavers in a curvy path.
Brick would also look great for the walkway. Country Casual by Ginkgo Leaf Studio Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association - 2013 Silver Award for Excellence in Residential Landscape Design and Construction.