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Like 'Annabelle', but better. Incrediball® hydrangea has massive blooms and strong stems to hold them up - even after a rain storm.

Incrediball® - Smooth Hydrangea - Hydrangea arborescens

Like 'Annabelle', but better. Incrediball® hydrangea has massive blooms and strong stems to hold them up - even after a rain storm.for north side of house

Simple and boxy

A townhouse garden designed by New York firm, Foras Studio. This low maintenance space has 6 identical garden beds, each planted with a different plant. Clever concept for small spaces.

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones 3-9. - Just planted this by my front steps

Candytuft: A garden must-have!

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones - Just planted this by my front steps - Flower Beds and Gardens

Curved timber retaining wall with vertical railway sleepers, great against a lawn. Very low maintenance

Curved timber retaining wall with vertical railway sleepers, great against a lawn. Very low maintenance - Gardening DIY Life

great idea for a garden Like and Repin. Noelito Flow instagram http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow More

The First Step to a Backyard Makeover

"In summer, this white border is at its peak with a showstopping display of white daisies, hydrangeas, irises, lilies and phlox." ...toneontoneantiques.blogspot.com

Tone on Tone: Our Garden in Southern Living - "In summer, this white border is at its peak with a showstopping display of white daisies, hydrangeas, irises, lilies and phlox.

Printemps Allium ‘Globemaster’ Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ Les Jardins Agapanthe 76 France

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Printemps Allium ‘Globemaster’ Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ Les Jardins Agapanthe 76 France - Garden Tips and Tricks

Beautiful combination of Hydrangea 'Annabelle' with Veronicastrum virginicum (Veronica virginica) and Artemesia in the White Garden in July at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, near Cranbrook, Kent

Beautiful combination for a Moon Garden.of Hydrangea 'Annabelle' with Veronicastrum virginicum (Veronica virginica) and Artemesia in the White Garden in July at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, near Cranbrook, Kent

garden trellis in black, love it with white flower and the varied textures of the green

Black trellis fencing with formal design and the scoop creates a subtle transition to the different heights.

Transition between upper driveway and backyard patio: Lovely garden path & lighting!

What an elegant way to deal with a change in elevation. - Hinkley sconces, chandeliers and pathway lights