165,529 ENGLISH GARDEN Home Design Photos

James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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ENGLISH PERENNIAL GARDEN IDEAS FOR ENTRANCE PLANTINGS.
love this garden style..English but not overly done with annuals
the edging on the flower garden
English perennial garden, curving borders, varying heights with flowers
It's not too structured. It looks like an English Country Garden. Pretty!!
beautiful english garden
english garden...English garden feel...Garden bed...Pocket Garden...coastal garden...Maine garden...Small garden
“Soft, pretty and unstructured” — Jeena Belil
Premier Service
5 Reviews
2012 - ILCA Excellence in Landscape Silver Award - Winnetka
Ideabooks487
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The rebuilt partition wall effectively separated the driveway motor court from the formal cutting garden, but it needed special detailing to fit the context of the site. A copper coping was installed to match details on the coachhouse eaves and a custom iron double door/gate was added to perfectly match
walls give it that English walled garden look, perfect foil for the espalier trees.
Like the wild feel of this garden
“I like the feel of this setting” — cafrank00
BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style - Courtyard entrance
Ideabooks294
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English Garden, California Style - Courtyard entrance
unwanted views, and to frame the beauty of the new landscape. This yard is an example of low water, low maintenance without looking like grandmas cactus garden.
English Garden, California style... love it!
English style garden for California
California English garden
english garden,courtyard entrance
curb appeal small gardens.
Garden on slope....english garden...beautiful garden!
“Front lawn” — dryan12965
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Nepeta
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I have a limited space in my garden and I would like to know what flowers to combine with catmint to give the most impact Thanks
are nice. Others to consider are Helichrysum petiolare, Lavatera, Dierama pulcherimma, Abutilon, Datura, Cestrum... For fragrance in a California garden nothing beats Osmanthus aurantiacus, difficult to find but worth the search (small orange flowers).
Thanks for your comment Garden Tech! I didn't realize that there were so many varieties. Perhaps I'll try a more compact variety. I loved the look of it. The big fat bumble bees
for the English garden where it was first selected, Walker’s Low catmint has become synonymous with traditional cottage and perennial gardens as a pathway edging or casually cascading over garden walls. While its dainty purple flower and form can serve as the perfect contrast to a classic English rose garden
“catmint” — jbonaser
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Planting
Ideabooks4,223
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really want to be in this garden.
understanding of what you like . Here is the first in a series of photos on Gardens styles - this is modern style . Here the specifics are not important. All I want to know here is do you like the big picture overall style of this garden.
These ornamental grasses work surprisingly well at the back of a traditional San Francisco home and are a nice break from the expected cottage or English garden. The muted colors reflect those found in the city's often foggy natural landscape and create a year-round peaceful retreat.
“blue fescue and feather reed grass” — cinsong
Garden Arts
Ealing Traditional Garden
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Elements=Space This phohto shows space by having a foreground middleground and background the foreground shows a path between the bushes, the middleground shows you all the plants that are growing in the garden, and the background shows a hut/shack that
Work the English country garden look Not an inch of lawn in sight, but this verdant space has the English country garden look down to a T. The key here is to give the impression you’re not trying too hard. So don’t worry if your borders are a little overgrown – allow them to flourish at will.
“Gazebo” — Ros Parminter
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks965
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Box or boxwood is a wonderful landscape plant. As part of an English garden, it can be trimmed into distinctive forms or left natural. It is also deer-resistant, making it an excellent choice for those areas where deer browsing is a problem.
creating an English garden
English garden plants
English garden style
Blasen Gardens...garden stones...English garden...Garden planting
“english garden” — Anna Lindenmuth
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks3,023
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love the simplicity of the porch spindles - and love the wildness of the garden.
margie grace with grace designs Beautiful gardens
cottage style garden - like the list of plants for zone 5.
an idea for a private front of house. Has an English garden feel.
the english garden feel in the front yard.
Cottage style garden with flagstone
Cottage garden Santa barbara
santa barbara garden
English Garden...garden area...Cottage garden...front yard garden...English garden 1...cottage garden...cutting garden...edible garden...flower garden
“garden” — Avril Hernandez
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