Busts can bring a sense of elegance to a garden. Consider adding one to a potting table, as seen in designer Susanne Hudson's Georgia garden. She's the co-founder of the annual Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival, Garden Tour and Flower Show in Douglasville, Ga.
A white picket fence helps provide the structure for the this gorgeous cottage-style garden. Another perennial garden surrounds the gazebo, which is illuminated at night. Posted by HGTV fan retired editor.
Part of the charm of this resort's landscape design is how the residences are incorporated seamlessly into the gardens. Here, Adirondack chairs are nestled next to large blooms of flowers and ornamental grass.
When in bloom, the graceful, arching stems of bleeding heart - here, 'Alba' - look like a miniature clothesline, with tiny, pale unmentionables fluttering off its 4 feet tall frame. Bleeding heart will tolerate some sun if the roots are kept moist.
This large garden potting shed features lots of windows and a stone garden border. Rose pink doors and shutters add a sense of whimsy to a utilitarian structure. It's surrounded by a colorful cottage garden with canna lilies, black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia,) black sweet potato vine, chard, lavender, roses and amaranth.