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Kyoto, Japan.

Arashiyama is a bamboo forest located Kyoto, Japan. Tourist come to see the bamboo forest, Oi river, and the mountain ranges.

Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager  - What a beautiful way to plant flowers, fruit, vegetables, and herbs!

Garden & Grow ~ Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

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purple heart of creeping phlox. Sweet magnolias Farm identified this as creeping phlox

flowersgardenlove:    Moss phlox, Nagano, Flowers Garden Love

Phlox subulata, or Moss phlox, Nagano, Japan. Great ground cover/trailing plant for rock walls etc.

Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC  Cananda  Photo by Tim Yuan on Flickr

Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada visited twice, first in 1986 and then by boat in the summer of

Lovely flowers

View of sunken garden with roses and pansies in foreground - Knowle Farmhouse Summer Story (This will be the backyard with the gate leading to the stables)

Stream of flowers

20 Beauty Spring Flower Pictures – Creative Home & Garden Photography Ideas - Bored Fast Food

Colorful Garden!

Red roses in any landscape always makes for a beautiful garden. Flower Carpet Scarlet Rose in cottage garden = beautiful colors and landscaping

Love

english cottage garden borders - This is what I dream of! Fields of wild flowers as my yard :)

A pretty, Colorful garden..............

🌹 Mixed spring border of daffodils and painted daisies (pericallis) under flowering apple tree, May, Butchart Gardens Beautiful ༺༺ 🏡 ❤ ℭƘ ༻༻

Cotswolds, love the red flowers, Keys of Heaven, have tried them in my garden, but not the right climate or soil.

Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire, was the property of Winchcombe Abbey from 821 until 1539 when the Abbey was confiscated by King Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Between 1539 and 1919 it had a number of tenants and owners until it wa