Family Gardens From Two Perspectives

Turns out, you can please everyone - in a family garden, that is. Here, two designers take different approaches to the family garden, but with similar results: beautiful, functional areas for socializing and play.

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'Purple Sensation' allium (image 1)
Satin flower (image 2)
Golden oregano (image 3)

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Excerpted from Garden Design

©Dorling Kindersley Limited 2009

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