Garden design and artefacts, Prof RS Bisht, Lucknow, India
This front garden displays stone sculptures by Padmashree Prof RS Bisht and Prof Vimala Bisht.
Hanging bells, Tulsi plant, sculpture of a woman, a traditional Indian brass Uruli with rose petals and lemon grass.
Tulsi and lemon grass are natural mosquito repellents in a garden, if their leaves are shaken a bit.
Bonsai plants of Chinese orange and miniature white chandni, displayed against a Buddhist bell and a painted terracotta bird.
Hanging pots and a mask fixed to the wall.
The door leading from the garden to the house, decorated with an antique bell, a Turkish souvenir and a hand-carved Rajasthani Jharokha.
A prim metal fence in white and a glass cube wall set with lights and a fountain that come to life after sunset.
(Photo credit: Anisha Sharma)
- Prof RS Bisht’s paintings
- Garden Landscape Ideas
- Lilies in North India
- Sun tolerant plants for a summer garden
- Making a garden for bees and butterflies