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This beautiful outdoor space is absolutely idyllic. An arched doorway covered w/ pink & white flowers leads into a plant covered space, which we imagine is also stunning.

I love vines, and really wish there were more houses with them!

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Beautiful southern veranda - portico, draped in wisteria. Such a relaxing and inviting space.

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Featured in Art and Architecture. Mossy stairways in Paronella Park, Queensland, Australia (by wollmatt). posted by Nefeli Aggellou

Garden wall with frost

Another beautiful old door in Castle Everyone should have a secret garden. The gate to a secret garden.

Secret Garden gate in Castle Combe,   Wiltshire

Secret Garden gate in Castle Combe, Wiltshire I have always had a fascination with Secret gardens. Maybe I could hide a gate (that never opens/goes anywhere. in to the back of the garden behind N's little house. a door that takes you into another wo

Beautiful gate

Weathered wood and wrought iron garden door / green home I love this! The Secret Garden Entrance!

Now that is a garden!.Lovely garden.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Everything beautiful.a place to escape. A place where dreams come true. This is everything i dream of.all the beauty all the time ~All photographs & media published here belong to their respective owners.

the romantic garden

Step into the unknown. Its what makes it beautiful…exactly what I want in part of my backyard…also with a hidden spot to read 🙂 Step into the unknown.

Old garden door

Another beautiful old door in Castle Combe. The gate to a secret garden. (It should have vines or bushes, to keep the door hidden!

Cuida de lo natural que será para observar las maravillas del Universo. Regalo de nuestro Dios.

Brick archway, wrought iron gate into the gardens of Samares Manor, Jersey, UK by tracygray

Stone path to woodland area shade garden - May 2006 by pawightm (Patricia), via Flickr

ShadeScaping / Stone path to woodland area - This picture shows a homeowner's rock pathway filled with shade loving ferns and smaller perennials.Love the idea of adding a path to our shade garden it adds so much more interest.

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the color of the house, the design of the trim, hanging basket and the other flowers. Must develop a green thumb.