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Dulwich§Contemporary Patio, London

The finished garden, an abundance of plants compliment the design of this garden.

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paisley69Paisley Dodds wrote:17 April 2020
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    Abigail's Gardens
    2 years ago

    Black Blue no.95 is part of the Archive Range

  • Paisley Dodds
    2 years ago

    Awesome! I am in the UK, so great news ... And I believe we used your picture as an inspiration to getting our garden done a few years back. We also went tropical ...


helenelistelhelenelistel wrote:23 May 2016
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      carwyn74carwyn74 wrote:24 January 2016

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        kateburt
        Kate Burt added this to Which Planters Will Look Best in my Garden?10 June 2020

        Mix tropical with urbanJungly foliage, with its structured shapes and large leaves, is often seen in contemporary, urban gardens on Houzz. As such, it lends itself well to angular modern containers. The contemporary, black, rendered planter in this space, designed by Abigail’s Gardens, is perfect for showing off – and making a statement with – the lush foliage.Tell us…Do any of these planters inspire your garden plans? Let us know your favourites in the Comments.

        amandapollard
        Amanda Pollard added this to 32 Outdoor Seating Areas Surrounded by Greenery12 March 2020

        4 Abigail’s GardensKeen to start your outdoor project? Search the Houzz Professional Directory for garden designers, many of whom are working remotely.

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        Amanda Pollard added this to 25 Creative Ideas for Container Gardens28 May 2019

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        cherylfreedman
        Cheryl Freedman added this to 10 Ways To Make Your Garden a Chill-out Haven19 March 2017

        Create a leafy oasisAn ever-increasing body of research suggests that spending time outdoors in nature can boost mental health. A lush, leafy border will give the feel of an idyllic retreat, even in an urban backyard. Choose tall evergreen plants, such as bamboo, to create a green-screen effect at the bottom of your garden, and supplement with palms and ferns. Put plants in pots as well as in beds and borders, to ramp up the lush jungle effect.

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        kristenralph
        kristenralph added this to 94 Bainbridge18 April 2022

        size and color of stones; pattern

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