|A blue pillar in the style of artists Lewis & Little adds|
a focal point amidst all the plants, yet repeats
the blue of the geraniums in the foreground.
Design by Suzanne Kalish
|A perfect spot to enjoy the pond and waterfall|
|This small fountain fits easily into the corner of a deck.|
|This small container repeats the purple|
and orange colors of the surrounding plants
|An elegant fountain and container gardens|
contribute to the ambience of this serene
Design by Alyson Ross-Markley
So invite a friend to take a stroll down your garden path and see how often they pause. If they don’t seem to linger at all you may need to add a few of these elements to make your garden more memorable. Too many features will be visually exhausting, but one or two waiting to be discovered will make the journey seem longer (a good ploy for small gardens), more intimate and memorable. You will have created an experience, not simply a garden.