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Spring + Summer Gardens: 10 Images to Inspire

If you are looking for some garden inspiration, I’ve gathered some photos of my favorite gardens that I’ve visited on my travels and around my own town. Studying photos of gardens and can help you figure out what you’d like to grow or how you’d like to lay out your own garden beds or lawn. I hope you find something inspiring in this slideshow!


  • German Cutting Garden 1 of 10
    German Cutting Garden
    This is an organic cutting garden featuring flowers and herbs in the German countryside.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Twig Fencing 2 of 10
    Twig Fencing
    Twig fences look nice and natural around yards or around little raised beds.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Color + Texture 3 of 10
    Color + Texture
    Purple and mauve blooms are set off by heuchara greenery.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Wild 4 of 10
    Wild
    Set off a section of your garden to let wildflowers or one type of flower grow in mass.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Cutting Garden 5 of 10
    Cutting Garden
    If you like to arrange flowers indoors, a cutting garden is always a great idea. This one features larkspur, coreopsis and cosmos.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Brooklyn Botanical Garden 6 of 10
    Brooklyn Botanical Garden
    This potager at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden has a lovely layout.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Potting Bench 7 of 10
    Potting Bench
    This potting bench is perfect!
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Secret Catholic Garden 8 of 10
    Secret Catholic Garden
    I love how wild and overgrown everything is here. This is great inspiration for a balcony or container garden.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Greenhouse 9 of 10
    Greenhouse
    This little greenhouse is filled with sweet peas but you could use it for potting and growing veggies during the wintertime.
    Photo from Frolic!.
  • Trees and Pathways 10 of 10
    Trees and Pathways
    These trees carve out a lovely shape for this garden.
    Photo from Frolic!.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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