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25 Wonderful Examples of Terraced Front Yard Gardens

25 Wonderful Examples of Terraced Front Yard Gardens

Is there anyone who would`n like to have amazing front yard garden full with plants that act relaxing and soothing for the soul and the spirit?

A secluded garden, just like the one where Hamish and Elspeth slip away to be private.

A secluded garden, just like the one where Hamish and Elspeth slip away to be private.

6' x 8' Solid White Straight top privacy Vinyl fence with solar lights and Plantings and design by Done Right Landscape  http:/ | Yelp

6' x 8' Solid White Straight top privacy Vinyl fence with solar lights and Plantings and design by Done Right Landscape http:/ | Yelp

After removing the poison ivy and ill-conceived wood chips, the crew expand the existing deck topping it with an L-shaped bar. A wide paver patio boasts a dining table for six at one end and a shady pergola at the other. Professional landscaper Chris Lambton adds life to the backyard with fountaingrass, late-blooming lilacs, spirea and unexpected pops of color with ornamental peppers, asparagus and lettuces.

10 Total Backyard Transformations

After removing the poison ivy and ill-conceived wood chips, the crew expand the existing deck topping it with an L-shaped bar. A wide paver patio boasts a dining table for six at one end and a shady pergola at the other. Professional landscaper Chris Lambton adds life to the backyard with fountaingrass, late-blooming lilacs, spirea and unexpected pops of color with ornamental peppers, asparagus and lettuces.

Custom bamboo screens frame the view of a feature at the end of a stepping stone path. The subsurface of this striking space is concrete, which is hidden by river rock. This garden was featured in the May/June 2012 issue of Fine Gardening. See more photos of this space at our website: mosaic-gardens.com.

Custom bamboo screens frame the view of a feature at the end of a stepping stone path. The subsurface of this striking space is concrete, which is hidden by river rock. This garden was featured in the May/June 2012 issue of Fine Gardening. See more photos of this space at our website: mosaic-gardens.com.

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