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Flowers, flowers…stripes and windowpane print?

Calathea leaves can be beautiful just laid out on display. Place them in individual vessels in place of cut flowers

Le calathea

I definitely want to try to grow Spanish Moss.  It's actually a bromeliad, related to tillandsia.

Beautiful path thru a garden with Spanish Moss hanging down from the trees. This garden is probably located in the South, where the Spanish Moss is so prevalent.

Mary Reynold's Gold winning Garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2002.www.maryreynoldsdesigns.com

We will show you 15 gorgeous moon gates for your backyard. You will have the opportunity to see a different style of moon gates used in outdoor place,

Colored Pencils Coloring - "The Magical Water Lily Pond" - YouTube

Sharing How I Color The Magical Water Lily Pond With Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils Coloring Book: Secret Garden by Johanna Basford Colored Pencils: Pri.

8 Easy And Effective Ways To Tighten Up The Privacy In Your Yard - Learn to create more privacy in your yard just by following these techniques. Great garden projects for the weekend!

8 Easy And Effective Ways To Tighten Up The Privacy In Your Yard

It's also the place where you can be yourself and escape the stresses of the world. Unfortunately, ti.

Fatsia japonica  - Japanese aralia. Happy in full sun to shade. A tropical-looking, evergreen shrub with gorgeously glossy, deep green palmate leaves. In autumn, creamy white flowers are produced in large panicles, which are often followed by round, black fruit. It makes a superb feature in an exotic-style garden, where the large leaves team well with bamboos and grasses.

Fatsia japonica- (Japanese aralia) tropical-looking glossy palmate leaves. Happy in medium to full shade, slightly acidic rich soil, regular water

stepped path through a lush woodland garden at the home of Jim Scott, on Lake Martin, Alabama

stepped path through lush woodland garden at the home of Jim Scott, on Lake Martin, Alabama.(these looks as wild as my yard ferns)

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