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Bloom Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
Vegetable Gardens
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Bloom Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
Vegetable garden with a bluestone path
tradition that has been practised by cottage and formal gardeners for centuries. Not only will they add colour and vitality to your cook’s garden but flowers also attract bees and other pollinators ensuring better cropping.Plants, such as borage, bee balm, calendula, catnip, geranium, lavender, marigolds
Tuck in secluded seatingWhatever you place at the bottom of the garden, people will always want to go there. Not only will it pique their curiosity, there’s something rather romantic about a secret rendezvous on a hidden bench…
nasturtium (pictured), rosemary, sage, viola and zinnia, act as companion plants, deterring pests or enticing beneficial insects to the vegetable garden. Many are multipurpose and are useful in cooking, herbal remedies or as garnishes.
“Plants and stone for side of house” — elenamendoza43
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Witt Construction
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woodlawn residence
Ideabooks5,186
Questions1
Love the center of the garden with the bird bath
One classic herb garden design is that of small beds with brick pathways between them. Here, that approach has been expanded into a formal patio area with room for seating. No need for riotous color; the varying shades of green provide enough interest, and the cool colors reflect the landscape beyond
space for lounging, dining or entertaining. Low stone walls add structure, enclosure, visual interest and additional seating in this combined veggie garden and dining patio.
“column” — John DiMaggio
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
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Paths, Stairs and Gates
Ideabooks26,128
Questions9
It's a great idea. I've been looking for something easy, low cost and good looking for my garden. This would help keep my dogs in their yard and my chickens out of my veggies!
Anything in the design to keep gophers(or prairie dogs) from digging under the fence?
Peggy, I am not the builder, however i am a designer builder and this appears to be weathered pine 2 X 8's , with 4 X 4 posts and chicken wire. The caps are either 2X6 or demensional 2X4 (actually 2"
key hole garden design and chicken wire fence
resident wildlife or dug up by chickens or dogs. A rustic gate and fence in keeping with the garden beyond could be the way to go. Plant nasturtiums on either side of the gate for colour, and to keep those garden pests at bay.
“vegetable garden” — welsht
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks42,409
Questions13
large white flowers at the back of the garden(infront of the fence)?
Looking to landscape my backyard to instill some subtle privacy.
Is this primarily a shade or medium to full light garden?
Michigan is to the West. The rear of the garden is mostly shaded, but the front edge gets plenty of sun.
We have a shade garden in mostly low to deep shade. The Heuchera
Sedum is not the best choices for shade gardens, but the Heuchera Plum Pudding does just fine in a partial shade location. Deep shade will cause slower growth, however. This planting is a mixed sun/shade with the very edge being mostly sunny. A good shade garden substitute for the Heuchera would be Ligularia
Heuchera thrives, perhaps because it is in an established woodland garden?i have no idea why...to be honest. . And, surprisingly, there is some variety of Sedum which does well in our deep shade! But I am moving it.
“garden” — sugarkane819
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,925
Questions1
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
like the curve shpae of this garden
Love this design, with mulch or oak leaves in passage way.
slightly raised garden beds with rock borders
This designer has created curved islands of edible plants, rather than the typical rows. It makes it more fun to walk around when gathering fresh veggies or when showing off one's hard work to visitors.
“hmmm new idea” — Peggy Talbott
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Ideabooks14,286
Questions3
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Herb & vegetable Garden design idea
fencing around garden to keep out deer
Perfect garden fencing for our farm
Protect garden from hungry little animals
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
Keep Deer OutSome deer can jump nearly 8 feet high, making it quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If
“rabbit proof” — bubbaripley
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks2,450
Questions1
Ask Randy to build a garden box
Raised gardens. Brick walkways in between, and border landscaping
great raised veggie garden beds!
Dziadzi's garden idea
Raised veggie garden
Raised beds for garden
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“Solar lights on corners” — Teresa Wilson Kahler
Al Jones Architect
Gilchrist Home Potting Shed
Ideabooks3,040
Questions0
Garden combo area with arch entry
PAths and gardens Hedges and fillers
I like this - box gardening
hey! this is MY raised garden!
raised beds and garden shed with recycled wooden windows
several lovely raised vegetable gardens or vibrant flowerbeds just outside? You could also add a deck or lay stones to create a feature path outside your greenhouse door to extend your area and add even more charm and character to your outdoor space.Fountains, vertical gardens, picket fences, water features
“brick paving” — welsht
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