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If you don't have a ground-level yard, a balcony or rooftop can supply space for growing and gathering.
A rooftop patio space offers soothing respite.
A small balcony provides a just-right open-air hideout.
Plants and water add beauty to this rooftop space.
A pretty city scene acts as backdrop to a slim dining area.
Simple is often better, as demonstrated by these rooftop material and plant choices.
Planters work wonders to soften the sweeping balcony space.
An array of hardscape elements supplies interesting spots to enjoy the view.
Water and containers dress up a rooftop area.
Restrained materials and plants furnish a sliver of space with graceful style.
Plants and a pergola contribute to a lively rooftop.