KEVIN P. CASEY / For The Times
Part of any good garden show, whether its the famous Chelsea Flower Show in England or Seattles Northwest Flower & Garden Show, is pure fantasy. One display in Seattle celebrated stone in every conceivable way, including a massive Inuit Inukshuk that guarded the entry, and a towering rock-filled gabion wall. A low wall made of flagstones laid sideways like so many library books on a shelf was striking. The garden was the work of the firms Borrowed Ground and Exteriorscapes.
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