Lotta Davidsen

Lotta Davidsen

Lotta Davidsen
More ideas from Lotta
Menhirs: In many countries, there is the tradition of having high menhirs in the garden. It's very common for a Japanese garden, but also for the Chinese garden. The English have adopted this tradition of Celtic. In their gardens, block stone monoliths are almost mandatory because, with their presence, they often recall the guards. They also symbolize strength, endurance, and dignity. If you choose to have such a thing in your rock garden you have certainly a very original decor.

Gary Necci’s love of hiking in the high alpine meadows at Mount Rainier inspired him to turn a mess of a steep backyard hillside into a tapestry of textural plantings in his West Seattle garden.

Crisp and refreshing Ultimate Greek Chopped Salad with easy red wine vinegar-oregano dressing (vegan and gluten-free)

The Garden Grazer: Ultimate Greek Chopped Salad hothouse cucumber ripe roma tomatoes 1 large red bell pepper 1 small red onion 15 oz. can garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained Optional: olives, feta, pepperoncini

22 Amazing Ideas to Plan a Slope Yard That You Should Not Miss

Spring is coming, slowly but surely. I can’t wait for the good weather so I can get outside and tackle my gardens! Adam I spent the whole weekend cleaning out our garage and storage ro…

A little bit of garden whimsy with a wooden ladder as planter with wisteria cover

An old wooden ladder stacked with plants is a great way to add layers of height on a patio or courtyard. The trailing wisteria above draws your eye upward too. Praying my wisteria will bloom this year