With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in small-town southern France, they knew they'd eventually want to open some rooms as a bed-and-breakfast. The garden was restored first, so its plants would be fully mature by opening day | archdigest.com

This Elegant French Home Feels Untouched By Time

With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in sm

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Love the look of black and white pots, though those fig trees, if left in these pots will break the pots eventually as roots grow to be very large.

Fiddle Ficus suspended in a wooden cube

Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of fig tree, native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone

Foto | Via Pinterest     Har själv ett sådant här runt bord och tyckte den här bilden var en fin inspiration till hur man på ett fint sätt kunde inreda med växter. Ett grönt...

Ett blomsterbord som blickfång

Bright and spacious villa in Bentveld, Netherlands. a nice way to display plants - grouped plants on a vintage table.

love the use of pots outside the greenhouse

Love the look of this glassed in enclosure off the potting shed. The long upright glass with the black trim would look great in my backyard :)

I'm nosing around the potting shed this morning, taking notes and having a pre-breakfast handful of granola.

A great potting shed gets to me everytime. This is at Soho Farmhouse. Sheds like this are so appealing with their piles of upended terracotta pots and slatted potting tables and loads of special bulbs and tender plants. This is a repost from via

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