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Cheryl Archer's rusty tool arbor

Cheryl Archer's rusty tool arbor

Diana Daily‎'s flowery arbor

Diana Daily‎'s flowery arbor

Dandi Gentry uses arbors and vertical elements (I love Dandi and is one of my mentors on FB!) Would be a dream come true to get to spend time together!

Dandi Gentry uses arbors and vertical elements (I love Dandi and is one of my mentors on FB!) Would be a dream come true to get to spend time together!

Most people don't think of adding an oversized window to their #garden #shed but this one looks great and sets itself apart from the competition!

Most people don't think of adding an oversized window to their #garden #shed but this one looks great and sets itself apart from the competition!

Sweet autumn clematis (Clematis terniflora) Zones 4-9.  A very vigorous clematis, this vine doesn't just grow tall (up to 30 feet in a few months); it also grows wide, ensuring full coverage. Consider its tiny white flowers, which bloom in late summer and early fall, a bonus. Oh, and did we mention that the plant tolerates most soil and sun conditions?  Country Living

10 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

Sweet autumn clematis (Clematis terniflora) Zones 4-9. A very vigorous clematis, this vine doesn't just grow tall (up to 30 feet in a few months); it also grows wide, ensuring full coverage. Consider its tiny white flowers, which bloom in late summer and early fall, a bonus. Oh, and did we mention that the plant tolerates most soil and sun conditions? Country Living

She called a local landscape designer and asked for a consultation. By the end of the afternoon, Debbie had a rough design, grading directives, placement suggestions for fencing ("bring the fence in close to the pool for intimacy"), and paving ideas as well as a second opinion on the plants ("add evergreens for year-round structure" and "vary the palette with complementary colors"). The bill came to $150 – at $75 an hour; the dividends will last a lifetime.

Before and After: A Stunning Garden Makeover

She called a local landscape designer and asked for a consultation. By the end of the afternoon, Debbie had a rough design, grading directives, placement suggestions for fencing ("bring the fence in close to the pool for intimacy"), and paving ideas as well as a second opinion on the plants ("add evergreens for year-round structure" and "vary the palette with complementary colors"). The bill came to $150 – at $75 an hour; the dividends will last a lifetime.

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