Posts tagged: Washington State gardens
‘Spirit Arbor’ in the woodland garden of Robert and Nancy Frank. The arbor was made by Robert, who is an artist, of black concrete. In the backgound is what he calls a bas relief wall also made of concrete. Located in Snohomish, Washington.
‘Raintree Fountain’ in the Little and Lewis Garden on Bainbridge Island, Washington in the U.S. Designed by the owners, George Little and David Lewis.
This is one of the best built (not bought) firepits I’ve seen. It’s simple. It leads your eye to the water. It’s dug in rather than raised. The stone work is minimal. Good job. Designed by Allworth Design from Seattle, Washington in the U.S.
David Smith’s garden on Vashon Island: Why use just 1 millstone? Masterly use of Mr. Smith’s collection of antique Asian millstones by landscape architect David Pfeiffer.