CLOUD PRUNING. Hydrangea Petiolaris (looks like) Oxford University. Beautifully trained clouds of foliage with bare branches is characteristic of this style of pruning. I have never seen this done to a climbing hydrangea and I rather like it! This is a repost from @britishgardencompanyltd #onetofollow for lovely English garden images. #hydrangeapetiolaris #hydrangea #cloudpruning #climber #gardeninspiration #gardensofinstagram #pruning #oxforduniversity
traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.
A slope with dense planting of colourful purple blue perennials and grasses including salvia nemorosa. Corten steel step risers with gravel Silver-Gilt medal Design: Patrick Collins Sponsor: St George's Hospital and Medical School
Adding a garden pathway is a great landscaping feature to add curb appeal to the front of your home or for your backyard garden. Check out these garden paths made from various materials such as brick, flagstone and pavers.
Add a gate. A low masonry or wood fence paired with a wood or metal gate can add presence to your home’s exterior. When accompanied by landscaping in front of and beyond the gate, it draws the eye in, making even a small front yard feel deeper.
Favorite Small Trees= flowering dogwood bears pink or white springtime flowers, bright red fruits in late summer, and outstanding purple-red fall foliage. An understory tree, it does well in partial shade