Posts tagged: arbor
‘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.
Intimate space that has all the elements to make it cozy and inviting. It also has a good bit of “old world” nostalgia. Garden unknown: I first saw this on the blog Linen and Lavender with no ID but was unable to find any other info. If anyone knows or wants to venture a guess…please, share.
The garden at Bois des Moutiers was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens with Gertrude Jekyll and the owner, Guillaume Mallet. Located in Varengeville sur Mer, France. Photo by Pascal Diologent.
Major garden vines: Wisteria and Laburnum are blooming now at Ness Botanic Garden, a part of Liverpool University.
Very, very ‘new american garden’. Designed by the Washington, DC firm Oehme Van Sweden Associates. Located in the Hamptons on Long Island, New York in the U.S. Photo by Jason Dewey.
Winter reveals the structural elements of a garden. This is blogger Martha Tate’s terrace covered with wrought iron arches. In the summer a red trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) provides shade and probably attracts lots of hummingbirds.
Arbor and Trellis in the Pebble Garden at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington DC. Designed by Beatrix Ferrand, c. 1932. Originally made of redwood, it was rebuilt of western red cedar. A cool, shady place to spend a hot summer afternoon.