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Under Surge, Under Siege. Ellis Anderson. Plant City. Shelby Jean Roberson Bender. Louisiana Rambles. Ian McNulty. The Details: Because it requires less maintenance, the metal framing is better suited for being covered by vines than painted wood is. The Plants: A delightful tangle of crossvine and star jasmine quickly covered the structure, providing cooling shade. The vines are cut back periodically in late winter or early spring to keep them in check.
The Big Idea: "Every garden should have an element of surprise or a moment of discovery," says Ben. A pebble-mosaic fountain at the secret garden's heart is inspired by ones Julia fell in love with on travels to Spain and Italy. It's surrounded by the sunroom, the interlocking stone walk, and the terrace. Bold, textural plants laden with fragrance camouflage the source of splashing water until guests are right upon it. The Details: "The interlocking walk is a gift to guests," says Ben. They are meant to be touched, to be pushed through, and they create an evocative look.
The Plants: No shrinking violets here.
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Holding court under regal Chinese fan palms, fine-textured boxwoods play off cut-leaf 'Xanadu' philodendrons and a variety of heady gingers, angel's trumpets, and golden rays. The Garden on First Street. By Story by Rebecca Bull Reed. Pin ellipsis More. Photo: Paul Costello. Image zoom. Add romance with these unique elements. Add texture to a shallow pool with smooth pebbles arranged in a pleasing pattern. Create an oasis that's seen and heard from indoors by framing a vista with casement windows. Encourage guests to savor each step with puzzle-cut stones that draw the eye and slow the pace.
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