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The simplest of entry terraces allows the stone on this 1760 Easton, Pennsylvania (U.S.) home to shine. The gravel and flagstone are both local materials. This is the home of interior designer Bibi Monnahan.

The simplest of entry terraces allows the stone on this 1760 Easton, Pennsylvania (U.S.) home to shine. The gravel and flagstone are both local materials. This is the home of interior designer Bibi Monnahan.

Entrance garden at the Peninsula residence in Austin, Texas.  Designed by Texas firm Bercy Chen Studio.

Entrance garden at the Peninsula residence in Austin, Texas.  Designed by Texas firm Bercy Chen Studio.


A fountain at Peckerwood, a Hempstead, Texas (U.S.) garden. Designed by the owner, John G. Fairey. Fountainheads by Otis Huband. Photo by Marion Brenner. Read about Peckerwood in this article by  garden designer and writer,  Pam Penick:  http://www.gardendesign.com/ideas/the-plant-man
A fountain at Peckerwood, a Hempstead, Texas (U.S.) garden. Designed by the owner, John G. Fairey. Fountainheads by Otis Huband. Photo by Marion Brenner. 

Read about Peckerwood in this article by  garden designer and writer,  Pam Penick:  http://www.gardendesign.com/ideas/the-plant-man
From the garden of designer Sydney Baumgartner in Santa Barbara, California. It’s all about contrast in texture and form. Photo by Rebecca Christian. 

From the garden of designer Sydney Baumgartner in Santa Barbara, California. It’s all about contrast in texture and form. Photo by Rebecca Christian.