Friday, August 30, 2013

Fantastic Gardens, Part II





This is part II of my Pinterest board for fantastic gardens.
The outside design of a home is equally important as inside of a home.
 I have a wonderful landscape designer I always work with here in LA, Debbie Hooper.






Love the simplicity of this garden.





Climbing vine is delicious.





Adore the roses here.





 Another door way with steps. 






Look at this eye fall! 
Simply stunning.





I am in love with the willow woven walls & door.





Charming!






Trimming the trees.





Love this water feature with plants growing around the pot. 






So lovely.






Supreme reflection.





Divine.





Chinese lanterns and roses.





This path with flowers growing & the gate is perfect.



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 The dog & the man look so small against the trees.






This path leads to a fantastic garden. 





The sun plays hide & go seek on this path.



Adore this furniture, of course, it is striped. 



Love this doorway out to the garden.


Dear Readers, which one is your favorite?
 They are all my favorites. 
Have a lovely weekend!


Love,


Peggy







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8 comments:

  1. These gardens are beyond gorgeous, Peggy! And they all are quite mature, so I know they have been tended with love and passion.
    Wishing you a wonderful Labor Day weekend!
    Cheers, my friend~
    Loi

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    1. aren't they beautiful. All are mature, that's for sure. Thanks for the lovely comment.

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  2. Hello Peggy

    A very difficult choice here. I love several. Can I spend a day at each one?

    Helenxx

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    1. thank you,thanks for stopping by & leaving comment. love peggy

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  3. Peggy, these are an absolute joy to scan through. I am hot footing it over to your pinterest boards right now. X Paul

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    1. Thanks Paul, for the sweet comment. love peggy

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  4. I love it all too, Peggy!
    I am going to pin the water feature. Our old one is about fourteen years old and looking tired. The hedge and the window behind it are pretty amazing as well.
    w/L.

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    1. you are too sweet to leave a comment + hope you get your water feature soon.
      love peggy

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