Woodland sculptures: carefully groomed moss art in the Lost Gardens of Heligan (England). Side note: Moss obtains nutrients from the air because they have no true roots. Plants require nothing more than shade, acidic soil, and adequate moisture to flou
The Laburnum arch with purple allium at Bayview Farm and Garden, owner Maureen Murphy, at Whidbey Island, Langley, Washington. The yellow flowers are Golden Chain or Chain of Gold trees made to look like Wisteria .
(native gardening) Gorgeous mix of Mediterranean and California native plants in this low-water landscape designed by Arleen Ferrara of Satori Garden Design. This is like the California version of Beth Chatto's dry garden in the UK.
Takeshi Hayatsu and Kristin Trommler of London studio Architects collaborated with students at Cardiff University to build a timber-framed tea house with wattle and daub panels. (ok c'est une "tea house".
Self-taught British designer Rosemary Verey created this tunnel of laburnum and wisteria at her home at Barnsley House in Gloucestershire, England. During her career she also worked on commissions for Prince Charles and Elton John. - My Wonder Garden