Although I have an undeniably black thumb with indoor plants, over the years I have managed to pick up a bit of a green thumb outside and am always trying to learn more. I’m sure it comes as no surprise that my favorite gardens are predominately green with blue and white blooms and the occasional pop of purples and pinks. I am a firm believer that you can never have too many boxwood, topiary, hydrangea, or roses and throw in a fruit tree and whimsical garden gate and I am in pig heaven. Happy Wednesday!

The home of Elizabeth Locke is my ultimate dream house
Via One Kings Lane

Mark D. Sike’s patio garden is always eye candy
Via Mark D. Sikes

Doesn’t this view make you want to walk right through the door?
Via La Maison Jolie

A garden made for daydreaming
Via Amandaseend

There are few things that steal my heart quite like a hydrangea hedge
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Exhibit B
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Exhibit C…in case you needed more convincing
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An actual secret garden!
Via Tuinsensatie

I love all the charming details in this lovely garden
Via GNC Garden

Oh to have a summer house…
Via Flower Magazine

A perfectly edged path
Via Blooms and Bounty

A charming collection of potted spring blooms
Robert D. Norris

Another thing I can never have too much of: symmetry!
Via Architectural Digest

A garden full of romance
Via Hollander Design

I love the fretwork on this garden gate
via Pinterest

Elegance at it’s finest
via Howard Design Studio

A beautiful color block of roses
Via David Austin Roses

The detailing on the door is exquisite!
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I am always crazy over the classic combination of green and white
Via Veranda Magazine

The most ethereal garden by Carolyn Roehm
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I probably should of done a post solely featuring garden gates…
Via The Potted Boxwood

I love how the hedge creates a keyhole like view of the house
Via Deborah Nevins
One of my favorite topiary gardens
Image via Ladew Topiary Gardens

Ben Pentreath’s gardens are like something out of a novel!
Via Ben Pentreath

How incredible is this bougainvillea?
Via Deborah Nevins

A beautiful Beverly Hills garden complete with lily pad pond
Via Flower Magazine

I know it’s technically not a garden but can we take a minute to talk about this breathtaking hydrangea forest?!
Via The Laidback Gardener

The very definition of magical
Via Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles

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