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shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more...:

Vintage French Soul ~ shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more.

HANNAS: trädgård

Strutbräken Ostrich Ferns 'Matteuccia struthiopteris' Native zone 3 ~ Loamy Soil, Moist/Wet Soil The tightly wound immature fronds, fiddleheads, are also used as a cooked vegetable,

I can do this.

Delphinium in my galvanized tub. Delphinium elatum 'Magic Fountain Blue', Campanula persicifolia, Campanula portenschlagiana in old tin bath

Backyard garden

Small Jungle garden: Nicola Stoken Tomkins My garden is, like my house, tiny. Being an inner-city garden it is also overlooked (which I Will never get used to) and as I have an energetic toddler, cur

I would love to hang my swing from this.

Arbor, swing, and fence, Yes this is eactly what I want for my Grape vines three different Table Grapes. Arbor in an L shape. My honey can do it, and I love being at his side hands on. This would be a Great project.

Stellan Herner - Gunnel Sahlin/lantliv

Mixed green border: Boxwood, hostas, fern & a pipevine (host plant for the Pipevine Swallowtail)

Chelsea2014 20 Chelsea Flower Show 2014. (Fern, Foxglove, Lady's Mantle, white Geranium, Astrantia)

A verdant planting scheme acting as a backdrop to white flowers (Fern, Foxglove, Alchemilla Mollis, Geranium, Astrantia)