Front porch don't: lovely old brick porch being taken over by greenery.it will pull the porch down on top of itself if not contained.~~~ Love the wild feeling this porch evokes~~~
Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
Raised flowers & vegetable beds on a slope, part shade. This is what I want on my slope! I need this on my slope
14 DIY Greenhouses From Old Windows And Doors - Gardenoholic
Grass pathway through the vegetable or flower garden and a twig arch on each end of the path. Remember to make it the same width as the mower. The twig arch would look great with a gate. Image from the Complete Kitchen Garden Book
Brick flooring of the greenhouse hideaway.
Love this gate! Raised Bed Vegetable & Herbs Garden Fenced Gate, stone pebble walkway, protection from pest animals, fruit trees at rear
The Landscape Designer Is In: Playing Matchmaker Between a House and its Site
Less grass to mow and usable, edible plants? Cor-Ten steel forms the garden’s walls and stairs—and alludes to the iron-mining heritage of the surrounding land. Mint, chives, chard, and tomatoes fill discreet stepped beds.
Trellis idea for existing garden box - Raised Bed Garden Layouts
Chic greenhouse - I want to move in for the summer!
Old window greenhouse - Gardening For Today
Looks much like our 'potager'. Although I wish the previous owners had thought to fence it, like a proper French kitchen garden! Must put some serious thought into planting layout this year.
10 Design Ideas for a Tiny Edible Garden
10 Design Ideas For A Tiny Edible Garden: Exercise restraint -“You can have almost anything in a garden that has crisp, clean hardscaping,” Cobbs says. They created planting beds out of food-safe Cor-ten steel. Decomposed granite forms the paths.
Dream State: Grow Your Own Ginger At Home - start it indoors early in the season, as a houseplant. Then move outdoors into your garden in the spring. Every "finger" of the old root will produce a new ginger root.