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Design by Matthew Wilson our Principal Garden Designer at Clifton Nurseries

Design by Matthew Wilson our Principal Garden Designer at Clifton Nurseries

The Significance of the Ha-ha

The Significance of the Ha-ha

ha-ha Wall alternative to fencing when trying to keep cattle out of house yard but not destroy view

Shawn Lovell Metalworks    found on http://www.slmetalworks.com/trell_a.html

Arch with birds Question, is this arch living? I have one in my yard that looks very similar. I just climbed a ladder and tied two trees together in a few places to form an arch and voila! A living arch, with birds sometimes.

Fall is fast approaching. What are the best cigar/drink pairings for the season??

Cigar and Drink Pairings Infographic. If you ever need a quick reference on what drink to pair with your cigar, this infographic has it all! From pairings based on cigar wrapper, cigar strength, or even time of year.

Holland Park

Holland Park

Ham House - London

Hams, Palm Trees, Castle, Exploring, English Gardens, Palms, Ham, Study

Hampton court palace, England. This is the flower arch, not the wisteria one that people are posting.

Laburnum walkway, idea stolen from Hampton Court Palace. Add a couple of Wisterias, some Teasing Georgia.

The Greenwich Foot Tunnel -  runs under the River Thames between Cutty Sark Gardens and Island Gardens, on the Isle of Dogs. It is 1,217 feet in length and approx 50 feet deep. Its original purpose was to allow south London residents to work in the docks on the Isle of Dogs. It was designed by Sir Alexander Binnie and was opened on 4 August 1902. The tunnel is lined with 200,000 glazed white tiles.

Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the River Thames between Cutty Sark Gardens and Island Gardens on the Isle of Dogs in London, England

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