Before & After: Another Alex Smith Special

You know what strikes me about this series….it suddenly seems so easy.  Ok, so it’s not that hard to create a great garden, but it’s not this easy either.  Interesting.

One more on the way from Alex…as I said, I just can’t help myself…

Images from Alex Smith garden design.

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