Lily of the Valley in a container. This looks good and prevents its spreading, too.

Love Lily of the Valley! Also makes a wonderful ground cover perennial. The very fragrant flowers appear in abundance in April and May. They are ideal for growing in wild or woodland gardens or use for ground cover in a damp shaded border.

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Structured box balls and fresh greens with wafting grasses and white Agapanthus to lift it. Clean and attractive. Both box and agapanthus are toxic to rabbits so grow in tall pots if used out of Paddys reach

Add more seating to your garden with a garden bench More

Garden bench built into rendered retaining wall. I like the way trees are also in the planter to create two layers, plus a narrow planting at foot of retaining wall and under garden seat.

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Ading Pea Gravel to the landscape. Pea gravel is low maintenance, allowing the water to fall back into the water table so there is no loss of ground water.

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Sneak Peek: Garden Design Magazine's Aged Elegance

Garden Design magazine’s new issue features an antebellum garden rescued from ruin, staghorn ferns as wall art, and a new garden designed around the aged elegance of old bricks discovered at a stone yard in Los Rockwell Catering and Events

Bare House by Jacobs-Yaniv Architects

Architects Tamar Jacobs and Oshri Yaniv have built their home on the Israeli coast, with its roof lifted above concrete-block walls to offer glimpses of sky

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