Posts tagged: vines
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.
My mom’s clematis finally bloomed :)
Iron trellis: Very smart solution for that aggressive vine. Designed by California garden designer Marit Hanson of Gardenscapes Designs.
‘Chimney House’ deck in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Horizontal, linear, expansive with a simple, lush planting. I wish more urban modern houses would use plants this way. Designed by Brazilian architect, Marcio Kogan of Studio MK27.
Vine Arch at Powis Castle and Garden in Welchpool, Wales. Photos by Ian Layzell, Mark Bolton, and Sabine.
California Pipevine (Aristolochia californica) a native perennial woody vine to northern California, Zone 8A to 10B. Quite exotic to me, this would be stunning on an arbor and it attracts some pretty amazing butterflies. Read more by clicking through.
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.
An artist’s studio is covered in an iron grid which allows ivy to be grown on it. Great idea to make a visual eyesore into a garden gem.