Beautiful rosesTraditional 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 How Do I... Create a Healing Garden?18 September 2019

Sound: Consider planting natives, such as banksia, bottlebrush and kangaroo paw, which will attract birds, bees and butterflies to your garden.Scent: Opt for plants that emit an enticing and calming scent, such as lavender and lemon balm, or choose fragrant herbs such as mint, rosemary or lemongrass.Emotional connection: Add in features that your visitors will be drawn to – a comfortable spot to sit, a trickling water feature, a scented flower that reminds them of their childhood, for example.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Create a Senior-Friendly Garden?3 December 2018

Encouraging elderly people to get out into the garden is extremely important as it can stimulate the mind, boost motor skills and endurance, provide healthy nutrients and reduce stress. Here’s how to create a layout that’s both practical and appealing.

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Top 10 Things to Do in the Garden in January10 September 2018

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

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Natural Stone Pavers?29 November 2017

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.

Vanessa Walker added this to Summer Lovin': Declutter Your Outdoors in Time for Party Season27 November 2017

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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dyhaigler added this to Garages, Basements and Yates' Room22 January 2020

The Benefits of a Healing Garden Healing gardens have a special place in garden design. When you are creating a garden from a healing perspective, it is important to make sure all the senses — sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing — are engaged. This allows visitors to form an emotional connection with the space, which can lift their spirits and speed up the healing process. You’ll also want to make sure the space is comfortable and easy to navigate, so it can be used safely by those who are recuperating or otherwise physically limited.

Judy StJohn added this to Landscaping Ideas30 December 2019

Rose arch and pathway. Very tranquil and inviting.

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