Shirley Kokich
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love the fence

Fence Hedges look friendly, but they tend to be expensive and slow to grow. Happily, fences don't have to be cold and unfriendly -- install architectural details to make your fence a piece of landscape art.

Peter Fudge Gardens: interesting way of placing timber decking over gravel

Peter Fudge Gardens: interesting way of placing timber decking over gravel Mehr

patio and pergola.

Barnes Geshwiler -- I like the clean lines and arches; no finials or design on endcaps Terrace Sitting Room - This West Vancouver yard is divided into distinct living spaces, like this cosy sitting area. Also, choose simple patio furniture

flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, fl...

LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers, I'd use the one in the picture Mazus reptans, or purple thyme or something like Sweet Vernal grass (vanilla scented)

Like the look, but with pea gravel between the pavers instead.

Two completely separate outdoor spaces are created on this patio—a small dining space, and an outdoor living room. Teak furniture with bright white cushions stands out against a grid made by planting grass between pavers. Raised plant beds on the left sid

Pavers and river rock

Openings between each paver makes room for a permeable detail of smooth stones.nice drainage detail, rhythm of the pebbles and stones, permeable paving