Beautiful roses Traditional Garden, Adelaide
Roses on an arch frame the entrance to an inviting place to sit and relax
Photo of a mid-sized traditional backyard full sun formal garden for spring in Adelaide with a water feature and natural stone pavers. — Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to
Why choose natural stone over concrete, for example? Natural stone comes from the earth, and is formed by layers of sand, minerals and oxides over hundreds of years. No two pieces are ever the same. It has a unique character that simply cannot be replicated by artificial materials. Natural stone also ages gracefully over time and feels divine underfoot.
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Summer yardWhether you’re a green thumb or not (and I’m not), giving your garden a bit of love before the crippling heat of summer hits is a good idea.
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7. Deadhead roses Roses will often give you a second burst of flowers if you deadhead (cut off spent blooms) regularly and keep them well-watered during the hot months. Hedge clippers work well for deadheading flower-carpet rose varieties.Browse more formal gardens