Garden Designers Salem OR

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Egan Gardens
(503) 393-2131
Salem, OR
Westside Ornamentals
(503) 362-7172
Salem, OR
Schaecher Wholesale
(503) 391-9557
Salem, OR
Heritage Seedlings
(503) 585-9833
Salem, OR
C & H Nursery
(503) 390-8486
Salem, OR
Evergreen Nursery
(503) 868-7292
Salem, OR
Hazel Green Nursery
(503) 393-6538
Salem, OR
Fasco Farms
(503) 371-1980
Salem, OR
Breyman Farms
(503) 838-3696
Salem, OR
Mt. Jefferson Farms
(503) 363-0467
Salem, OR

Outdoor Dining


Your garden or patio area should be an extension of your home's interior. A garden can be a quiet retreat or a place for entertaining. This lush garden retreat invokes images of the Secret Garden with green ivy, hostas and other shade loving plants.

Brick walls, green with ivy, set the backdrop for this Hidden Garden decor with an aged looking, arched door allowing one to enter this special retreat. Brick or stone paths give a feel of age and can lead you to hidden corners of your garden where a stone bench might rest for a comfortable, secluded reading spot.

Secreted treasures such, as cherub figures, scattered throughout your hidden garden are a fun way to add some interest and whimsy. Try online sites like for a wide variety of garden accessories for your hidden garden.

For entertaining in your Hidden Garden, try using a wrought iron bistro set and hang simple lanterns from trees or shepherd's hooks. Tea lights will add a soft romantique feel. Antique china keeps the feel of times gone by and can be mixed and matched for a less formal feel.

This secret garden will have you wanting to read all the classics like Bronte, Alcott and Wharton.

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