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Italian garden

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Italian garden. Get inspired and try out new things.
The world-renowned starchitect and fashion-world darling invites AD on a tour of his magical, leafy masterpiece | archdigest.com

The world-renowned starchitect and fashion-world darling invites AD on a tour of his magical, leafy masterpiece | archdigest.com

French terracotta pot on a gravel terrace ... ideas on how to add a French accent to your garden.

It’s no secret that I’m a francophile – the name Jardin gives that away. And I’ve just returned from 10 days touring gardens in various parts of France. So, with that fresh …

Art for Garden's Sake - VirginiaLiving.com

A symphony, a painting, a poem, a garden … however you describe it, Waterperry Farm is a masterpiece.

Vaso Toscano Italian terracotta pots and planters— Vaso Toscano

Please browse our beautiful Italian inspired gallery of, not only fine, handmade terracotta pots and vases but also the Italian landscape, gardens and architecture. We have a love of Italian gardens, and this passion for great Italian garden design and a love of growing Mediterranean plants has naturally led us to start this wonderful Italian terracotta pot company.

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Real weddings and styled photoshoots are featured here for inspiration in planning your luxury wedding.

Almond trees, columnar [i]Cupressus sempervirens[/i] ‘Pyramidalis’ and evergreen oak [i]Quercus ilex[/i] are the backdrop for a planting scheme in the Mediterranean garden, which features ruby red [i]Iris[/i] ‘War Chief’, pink [i]Cistus[/i] x [i]skanbergii[/i], [i]Abelia[/i] x [i]grandiflora[/i] ‘Prostrate White’ and [i]Stachys byzantina[/i].

This garden in Tuscany offered its London-based designer, Luciano Giubbilei, a chance to reconnect with his roots, while also developing his interest in Italianate garden tradition and experimental planting