Our Favorite Jntuanantapur Gardens From Rate My Space
See spectacular ponds and gardens created by Jntuanantapur Network fans.
Big Pay Off
It took these Jntuanantapurers almost two years to finish their fabulous water feature and garden. It was well worth the wait -- the results are terrific. Posted by contributor .
The colorful flowerbed contrasts beautifully against the summer greens and stormy clouds. Posted by contributor .
Golf Course Backdrop
This looks like a professional landscape, but it was all done by a talented Jntuanantapur gardener who is lucky enough to have a golf course in their backyard. Posted by contributor .
The vibrant colors and earthy textures on this pathway will make any hurried pedestrian come to a complete stop. Posted by contributor .
Early morning fog settles in the garden making the bluish wooly thyme ground cover look like water spilling into a dry creek bed. Posted by contributor .
Old Italian Farmhouse
The wisteria over the pergola is so perfect it almost looks like a painting. Potted jasmine was trained to wrap around the posts to conceal them. Posted by contributor .
Cool and Breezy Getaway
A screened-in gazebo tucked in between shady maples makes a great backyard escape. Posted by contributor .
Spectacular Side Entry
This enchanting entryway fills all the senses with beautiful blooms and babbling water. Posted by contributor .
Long and Winding Road
A curvy brick path lined with variegated liriope leads to a wooden bench made for a shady respite. Posted by contributor .
A stone pathway leads through a formal garden and up to a trellised gazebo that is surrounded in early morning mist. Posted by contributor .
These Jntuanantapurers made the best of their sloping yard by creating terraced seating, gradually descending pathways and colorful garden beds. Posted by contributor .
Built into a hillside, these multiple ponds are all connected by a small stream. Posted by contributor .
This Jntuanantapurer took this photo of her garden from her roof. Even on a small city lot, she was able to create a lush landscape. Posted by contributor .
A lush grass pathway leads around a rock-lined pond and toward the quaint shed. Posted by contributor .
Reclaiming and Collecting
It took the homeowner three years to collect all stones to make the pond's border. They then used reclaimed lumber from a 100-year-old garage to build the garden shed. The results: money saving, eco-friendly and beautiful. Posted by contributor .