5,745 National Garden Show Home Design Photos

Green Meadows Landscaping
5 Reviews
Backyard Landscapes with water features
Ideabooks317
Questions0
Shows nice vegetation with color
Water garden
“Jardin” — lferreir
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Landscape Design and installation
Ideabooks235
Questions1
Shows a stone retaining wall against a brick house
low height garden
“Anything here? The basement window solution might be worth looking into.” — Jeff Pauls
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
Ideabooks682
Questions1
luxurious Mediterranean house and property with Tuscan influences featuring majestic Live Oak trees, detailed travertine paving, expansive lawns and lush gardens. Designed and built by Harold Leidner Landscape Architects. House construction by Bob Thompson Homes.
Neat Random Rock Exterior-no mortar showing
“Carport” — Nathalie Davies
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Old World A New
Ideabooks894
Questions0
one of Pasadena's finest neighborhoods, this Marston & Mayberry-designed Mediterranean estate is adjacent to the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens. Originally built in 1928 and painstaking re-constructed in 2007/2008, the entire property was meticulously renovated by our clients. The end result
Open doors to outside...shows pavers with grass between....
“Opening to outdoors” — M L Thompson
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Lantern House
Ideabooks148
Questions1
a similar situation where the landing is turning inward to a sunken first level studio and lots of old growth tree and vegetation which I'd like to "show off"! :) Thank you again!
Vertical Garden...garden levels
“Blue pebbles” — mh2000
Golden Gate Palms and Exotics
Livin' Cheap in Baja
Ideabooks114
Questions0
This is a shot of Gary's 2006 Livin' Cheap in Baja San Francisco Garden Show exhibit reconstructed at our Richmond nursery. You can come down and see it for yourself!
Dray Garden
“gotta love it!” — oaworksforme
Westfall Design Studio
4 Reviews
Contemporary Bluff Residence
Ideabooks563
Questions2
Two black pots with those structural aloes like show house
concrete walkways. Plantings in formal borders is the correct ratio: one-third mass to two-thirds void. The more mass you have, the more enclosed the garden will feel. More open space creates more of a void.
“Way too dark, but example of stucco in this style” — brandyniverson
Drawing Room Architect Inc.
Ravine House
Ideabooks377
Questions0
garden path
garden steps...show case
“Escalones” — Mony Esparza
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