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To make the garden feel bigger and create a calm backdrop for the creative planting, [link url="http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/the-list/profile/garden-club-london"]Garden Club London[/link] designed the fences to be clad in western red cedar, while reclaimed timber was used for the seating.

To make the garden feel bigger and create a calm backdrop for the creative planting, [link url="http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/the-list/profile/garden-club-london"]Garden Club London[/link] designed the fences to be clad in western red cedar, while reclaimed timber was used for the seating.

Helen Fraser and Non Morris, founders of garden-design company, [link url="http://www.fraserandmorris.com/"]Fraser & Morris[/link], haven't let space restrictions stop them from creating an abundantly green and wonderfully lush garden, complete with a beautiful fig tree. Think big, people.  [i]Taken from the September 2014 issue of House and Garden. [/i]

Helen Fraser and Non Morris, founders of garden-design company, [link url="http://www.fraserandmorris.com/"]Fraser & Morris[/link], haven't let space restrictions stop them from creating an abundantly green and wonderfully lush garden, complete with a beautiful fig tree. Think big, people. [i]Taken from the September 2014 issue of House and Garden. [/i]

Imbue your landscape with another layer of privacy by dividing it into garden rooms. When you can't see your entire backyard from one vantage point, it feels more secluded -- and offers guests a sense of mystery as they explore around the next corner.

Add privacy by dividing yard into garden rooms. When you can't see your entire backyard from one vantage point, it feels more secluded -- and offers guests a sense of mystery as they explore around the next corner.

If the view from your backyard faces an ugly shed or garage, think about incorporating it into your garden design. On this narrow lot, the only view was of the homeowner's ugly garage. But with a can of paint and an inexpensive French door, they turned an ugly duckling into a swan. In fact, they were so happy with the transformation, they added a Mediterranean style patio right up against the new garage doors.

Inexpensive French door turned an ugly duckling into a swan. In fact, they were so happy with the transformation, they added a Mediterranean style patio right up against the new garage doors.