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That was perhaps a daft question! I should have looked at david's posts before, lots of lovely photos from him of his garden in Reno, Nevada, a lot of them I'd already seen. An experienced gardener.
david spikes, you have a beautiful garden. Have you owned it a long time?
I love tiarella, Fairygirl. So frothy and delicate.
Could it be rust?
That's if you meant Brumbull. But it may be that a troll took his identity.
I'm supposed to be in the veggie garden, but I got rained on. Prepared ground for seed sowing, more peas, beetroot, carrots, fennel, spinach. Come in for a mac and the loo.
It looks really nice.
I hope you find something you like, within budget.
There's a huge selection there. Do you need us?!! I like rectangular paving stones of different sizes, paving and gravel together, brick and crazy paving. Lots more on Google https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=garden+paths&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=yNloU4CRGOmY0AWwrYCoBA&sqi=2&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1188&bih=491
But the top pic says Bluebell Nursery 2009 on it!
There are masses of plants with a cottagy look. Geraniums - I like Rozanne and Psilostemon, Veronicas, phlox, penstemons, dahlias, perennial salvias etc While the perennials are young you could always add some annuals in between.