La caratteristica di questo bel giardino realizzato qualche anno fa a Soriano nel Cimino sono i colori  ,una sinfonia di viola a contrasto con i gialli e rosa tenue ,le  graminacee che nel misto ammorbidiscono i toni di questi colori…

La caratteristica di questo bel giardino realizzato qualche anno fa a Soriano nel Cimino sono i colori ,una sinfonia di viola a contrasto con i gialli e rosa tenue ,le graminacee che nel misto ammorbidiscono i toni di questi colori…

idée pour l'aménagement de petit jardin avec forme non traditionnelle

idée pour l'aménagement de petit jardin avec forme non traditionnelle

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Enjoy these ultra-easy, low-water plants in your garden.

Enjoy these ultra-easy, low-water plants in your garden.

Succulent love                                                       …                                                                                                                                                     More

Succulent love … More

Decorating trends come and go. Learn which ones Joanna and Chip Gaines believe are here to stay -- and those that need retiring.

Decorating trends come and go. Learn which ones Joanna and Chip Gaines believe are here to stay -- and those that need retiring.

Derek Jarman's Garden Prospect Cottage, Dungeness. This is the most beautiful  garden I have seen! ~ With optimal health often comes clarity of thought. Click now to visit my blog for your free fitness solutions!

Derek Jarman's Garden Prospect Cottage, Dungeness. This is the most beautiful garden I have seen! ~ With optimal health often comes clarity of thought. Click now to visit my blog for your free fitness solutions!

Rockery slope steps. A lovely

Rockery slope steps. A lovely

Blue Glass Stream. Garden Whimsy at ModVintageLife.com The first layer is Sagina subulata, Scotch Moss. Then recycled, tumbled glass which you can buy by the pound some places. Next is Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' and lastly is a Lirope, possibly. From http://www.flickr.com/photos/kellyjayparker/6165238132/in/photostream/

Blue Glass Stream. Garden Whimsy at ModVintageLife.com The first layer is Sagina subulata, Scotch Moss. Then recycled, tumbled glass which you can buy by the pound some places. Next is Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' and lastly is a Lirope, possibly. From http://www.flickr.com/photos/kellyjayparker/6165238132/in/photostream/

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