Collection by Roberta Horonyová • Last updated 8 weeks ago

Roberta Horonyová
Gardening Autumn - Beautiful border of Yarrow and Purple Coneflower - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations Water Wise Landscaping, Garden Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Drought Tolerant Landscape, Drought Resistant Plants, Xeriscaping, Garden Photos, Dream Garden, Big Garden

Santa Fe Permaculture || Our Work, Ecological Beauty

The scope of our work includes a wide variety of landscaping services ranging from fine stonework to beautiful plantings, from edible gardens to erosion control, from water harvesting to xeriscape and from intimate, partially-fenced magic spots to elegant patios.

Calamintha nepeta, Allium angulosum, Panicum virgatum 'Northwind’, Echinacea purpurea, Eryngium yuccifolium (from Olbrich garden) Prairie Planting, Prairie Garden, Meadow Garden, Garden Cottage, Dream Garden, Gravel Garden, Garden Landscaping, Garden Paths, Garden Grass

21013 Best perennial purchase

I fell in love with Calamintha nepeta subsp. nepeta when I first saw it in Olbrich's gravel garden in 2011 (bottom photo). When I asked Jeff Epping, Olbrich's Director of Horticulture, about it he stressed that this was a sterile...

Hunting Brook Gardens, County Wicklow, Ireland - intoGardens The grasses mix beautifully with perennials to blur lines and create a soft, fairy tale garden Prairie Garden, Meadow Garden, Dream Garden, Backyard Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Backyard Ideas, California Garden, Cool Landscapes, Herb Garden

Bless My Weeds ~ Bless My Weeds Is a yard and garden website with beautiful landscape designs, DIY yard projects, gardening tips, techniques and outdoor tutorials.

Home, Yard, and Garden DIY Projects

garden dominated by extravagant grass plumes by Jaap de Vries Netherlands looks like a weaving Prairie Planting, Prairie Garden, Meadow Garden, Dream Garden, Garden Cottage, Natural Landscaping, Garden Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Stipa

The Netherlanders II: Gardens of Art and Obsession

Few tourists think to visit Groningen, the northernmost capital of the Netherlands. My tattered copy of Lonely Planet lists the main local activity in the sparsely populated region as wadlopen or mud-walking out in the open flats of the North Sea. They also mention something about pig farms. From what I saw, they're missing out. Because Groningen also happens to be an ideal base from which to explore an alternate universe of garden design. And that's exactly what we set out to do last July…