Garden DesignTraditional Garden, Chicago

This is an example of a traditional garden in Chicago. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Front Garden Makeovers With Mojo13 Mar 2016

Your cottage-style front garden needn’t be restricted to behind the fence line. Along the outside of this front fence, climbing ‘Mary Rose’ provides height and fragrance, while golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia ‘Aurea’) and May Night salvia (Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’) form the lower tier. Keep to two or three colours or varieties of plants to really make an impact.

Joanna Tovia added this to How to Bring Your Front Fence Back to Life2 Feb 2015

Dazzle passers-by with colour With plantings this pretty, no one will notice the fence needs a paint. In fact, it will probably just add some rustic charm. Roses are just the thing for more traditional houses, while sculptural succulents and striking grasses may be better choices for ultra-contemporary home designs.

Jessica Prince-Montague added this to Get Crafty: 9 Steps to Make Your Own Scented Candles13 May 2014

STEP 6: Add your fragranceOnce your wax reaches the optimum melting temperature, add your chosen fragrance oil. “I work with between 11 and 12 per cent because I’ve found that in working with soy wax, that amount gives me the maximum scent throw,” says Elsworth. BONUS TIP: Steer clear of essential oils, because too much of a good thing can cause your candle to combust.

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Debbie McConnell added this to Garden - Roses20 Apr 2019

Pink and blue color combination.

Shannon Romeo added this to Landscaping Ideas20 Apr 2019

I like the idea of alternating plants along the walkway

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