How To Create A French Country-Inspired Garden

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As summer starts to slowly creep in it's time to unearth our backyards and claim our outdoor spaces.  We have the perfect collection of outdoor pottery, benches, and fountains to fill your space. And if you need some further inspiration check out this article we found about "How to Create a French Country-Inspired Garden".
Here's a small excerpt:  
"Just north of the U.S. border in South Langley, British Columbia, is the spectacular 8.1-hectare farm owned by visionary gardener, Thomas Hobbs. Bell’Occhio (or beautiful eye), is influenced — “no, copied,” Tom corrects — by La Louve, the revered Bonnieux garden in Provence belonging to Nicole de Vésian, the late Hermès design director.
One half of Vancouver’s Southlands Nursery, which he runs with partner Brent Beattie, Tom has written two books, Shocking Beauty and The Jewel Box Garden, and his work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living magazine. Here, he shares a look at his French country-inspired garden in all its glory."

Cast concrete urn with handles filled with plants and surrounded by smaller pots filled with greenery

You can find the full article hereSource: House and Home
Take a look below at some of our outdoor decor you can use in your own backyard.  
Cast concrete lattice floral urn perfect for most weather conditions
Lattice Floral Urn $850
Federal Courthouse Urn made of cast concrete perfect for most weather conditions
Federal Courthouse Urn $925
Cast concrete large shallow urn which would look lovely filled with layered greenery.
Large Shallow Urn $875
Classic Round Urn made of cast concrete which is perfect for most weather conditions.
Classic Round Urn $625
Contemporary swirl urn made of cast concrete which is perfect for most weather conditions.
Swirl Urn $375
If you would like more info or dimensions make sure to click the pictures above.  These are just a small taste of what you can find in our shop.  Make sure to come in and see them for yourself.  The pictures don't do them justice. 
Hope you get to spend some time outdoors this week!

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