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An entrance to a new walled garden. Created in cotswold dry stone, with masonry accents

An entrance to a new walled garden. Created in cotswold dry stone, with masonry accents

Hornbeams, pleached help to enclose the space while creating a firm sense of perspective. Below them, the blowy shapes and delicate colors of Iris germanica 'Jane Phillips' and Iris sibirica 'White Swan,' along with pink dianthus 'Mrs Simkins' and lavender at the front, contrast the rigor of the traditional Cotswold dry-stone walls. Jinny Blom's gardens at Temple Guiting

Temple Guiting, Cotswold by Jinny Blom - I love the irises, the pleached trees and the view!

Dry-stone Wall, Dartmoor, Devon, England, United Kingdom. by Michael J. Barritt on flickr

Ancient wall, Dartmoor, Devon, England 'I guess this why I still love simple things like moss and stone walls'

Dry Stone Wall, steps and Patio I by Devine-Escapes.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Dry Stone Wall, steps and Patio I by Devine-Escapes on DeviantArt/front of house when dug out

Cotswold walling stone - love the dry stack on their sides, then the top detail on the ends.

Too rustic but beautiful stone. Cotswold walling stone - dry stack on their sides, then the top detail on the ends.

STONE FIRE PIT - This fire pit won the stone craftsman, Callum Gray international recognition at the 2012 Balvenie Masters of Craft awards at the Savoy Hotel in London. See the steps he used to create this piece.

An award winning firepit by Callum Gray, 2012 Balvenie Masters of Craft award at the Savoy Hotel in London.

'Crinkle-Crankle' wall, Somerset. England

England I have no idea why people in North America call English Dry Stone or Brick Walls ie Stone 'Fence' Brick 'Fence' can someone explain pls

Georgian Rectory in the Cotswolds - new dry stone wall with weathered timber framed openings

Haute Work Shirt from a Master Gardener

or a historic Georgian Rectory garden in the Cotswolds in the U., Dan Pearson Studio designed these openings in the dry stone walls visually connecting 2 garden spaces.

anthriscus sylvestris, queen anne's lace or cow parsley The field beyond the orchard at Grandmother Waldrep's  was a sea of white -- acres of Queen Anne's Lace.   It's always been my favorite wildflower.

Bronte country, Yorkshire, England That looks like Queen Anne,s lace. Frequently seen in New England where I grew up.

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