Love the long narrow pot!! Horsetail reed in recycled wood containers. Timbers from a demo deck. Like the reeds.

Love the long narrow pot!! Horsetail reed in recycled wood containers. Timbers from a demo deck. Like the reeds.

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Back yard. Scaffold boards for fence and decking.

Back yard. Scaffold boards for fence and decking.

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A very clean cut, contemporary courtyard garden requiring minimal maintenance but maximum chic from its owners!

A very clean cut, contemporary courtyard garden requiring minimal maintenance but maximum chic from its owners!

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Moderne Tuinen - Strak en Modern Tuinontwerp http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/llewelynpritchard Smashwords http://www.amazon.com/E-R-Llewelyn-Pritchard/e/B0061KYLG2/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 Amazon http://anitasaffordableapartments.blogspot.com Anitas Affordable Apartments

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Creating zones is a clever way to add interest to an outdoor space and make it feel bigger than it is. This garden has a dining table by the house, creating a dining section of the garden which is further defined by the arbour. . . . repinnedvia House to home

Creating zones is a clever way to add interest to an outdoor space and make it feel bigger than it is. This garden has a dining table by the house, creating a dining section of the garden which is further defined by the arbour. . . . repinnedvia House to home

Mini Manhattan garden At just 1,200 square feet, this is the second smallest house in Manhattan. When two architects, Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons, bought it, they transformed it to create a bijou interior with a sense of spaciousness that belies its exterior appearance. Leading out of the kitchen is a small enclosed garden with ivy topiary.

Mini Manhattan garden At just 1,200 square feet, this is the second smallest house in Manhattan. When two architects, Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons, bought it, they transformed it to create a bijou interior with a sense of spaciousness that belies its exterior appearance. Leading out of the kitchen is a small enclosed garden with ivy topiary.

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