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Using species from the surrounding landscape but formalising them around the house. Arne Maynard, garden in Wales

Even Topiary Cats need a drink at times. Preferably with a hint of fish. www.facebook.com/topiarycat

This is by John Brooker, a retiree aged 75 who lives in Norfolk, UK - "Topiary Cat Drinking from a Lake.

I don't even like rain, and I like this! I think the hedges and the path make a great way to separate the home from areas left to grow wild.

garden path--love this for a side of house area. for when we find our house. home-what-i-want-my-house-to-look-like

The wind blows violently in Scotland.  So this tree was planted close to the house, in the shelter of their home.

a bizarre tree in Denmark. "This old pink house is situated at the old dunes, a few hundred meters from the west coast, a very windy place where there isn’t much that can grow. So the tree can only grow where it has shelter.

Really beautiful and artistic.

The Topiary Cat, a creation by Richard Saunders, Surrealist. Here the topiary Cat is meeting a friend over an ancient wall. This wall is actually the postern gate at Hertford Castle, England.

Low natural evergreen planting. Blue rug juniper ( Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’)  with  Sedum and silvermound artemisia.

Low-growing blue rug juniper ( Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’) gracefully mingles with selections of Sedum and "Silver Mound' artemisia.

Wonderful Green Wall in Château de Sceaux, Paris, France

The Château de Sceaux, Paris, France Wow. They have some really OCD gardners with the hedge clippers.

Love this walkway

An Elegant French Provencal Garden with stone path through lawn. Pinned to Garden Design - Paving & Stairs by Darin Bradbury.lOVE THE PAVING.

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