1,615 care homes dementia gardens.html Home Design Photos

Southview Design
15 Reviews
Beautiful Small Landscape
Ideabooks50,768
Questions14
space, inviting guests to sit. Plus, the plant bed between the wall and the patio gave the homeowners a space to plant seasonal color and an edible garden.
I have the same fence in My Garden, however it is not painted. As I loved the treatment of yours, could you please, tell me the brand of the paint and the color as well? I would appreciate very much! Congratulations, your garden looks beautiful!
Feather Reed Grass, and Walker's Low Nepeta. The homeowner has added annuals for this zone including, nasturtium, petunias, impatiens, and a kitchen herb garden next to the dining patio.....Karen Filloon
Yes, about the fence....It is a custom cedar fence with stucco columns made to match the home. The cedar is high grade to minimize knots and to give it a smoother look. I hope this is helpful
“Use of space” — sfranssen
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
Ideabooks4,569
Questions4
Thank you, Garden Consultants, Inc...very helpful!
Intermingling drifts with low-maintenance perennials is easy in large, open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach in small gardens requires skill. It is not a new idea, though, as both the leading Victorian gardeners, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson, used grasses to great effect in
Shaded driveways and parking lots keep automobiles cooler, reducing emissions from fuel tanks and engines. contemporary landscape by The Garden Consultants, Inc. The Garden Consultants, Inc. Save to Ideabook Email Photo Create a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote wildlife
sbkhThink interactive -- give visitors to your garden, kids and adults, something to do. Outdoor musical instruments such as stone ocarinas or weatherproof drums, a tiny rakable Japanese garden, stacking stones, plants like Himalayan impatiens with seed pods that burst open
“pretty meadow” — urduhouse
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,576
Questions0
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity
Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating
front garden minimal water grasses and succulents
The layers of similar Minimalist shrubbery leading up to the back side of the home.
Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating
“lawn alternatives” — leo52
Affecting Spaces
7 Reviews
toronto house
Ideabooks23,232
Questions7
Garden and layout applies to back of our house
Simple clean lines, low maintenance garden- lots of entertaining space
How to achieve great things in a small terraced garden.
contemporary garden tread in the footsteps of Morris? Consider that it is orderly, with straight lines and a formal layout, and well fenced. It is also far from the “wildness of nature”; it was planned carefully to be an outdoor continuation of the house. Morris strongly felt that garden design was about
plants becomes when the designer uses Brookes' ideas.In my early years of working in garden design, after leaving college in the early '70s, I can remember using a very restricted range of plants in my Brookes-style garden designs, including mainly ground covers, such as Hypericum calycinum and Brachyglottis
“Trees and shrubs” — jessasmom
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
Ideabooks4,643
Questions2
else previously, we figured we would just find a way and make it happen. Here are photos of the process. We subgraded the terraces and placed the carefully selected stones. Then with a piece of pvc pipe, a laser level and a bit of trigonometry, we went to work on the stones and cut the back and bottom
for a herb garden. Is this a cheaper alternative than full stone?
Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth.
use of steel in garden bed, mixing rock & steel
Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace
10. Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching
“Big rocks as part of retaining wall” — salsasgirl
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
50 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
Ideabooks129
Questions0
Greece and has become iconic of this part of the world in our collective consciousness. Mediterranean homes and gardens are historically famous for their white stucco walls, olive groves, and carefully sculptured greenery embedded in a rugged limestone backdrop. The challenge lay in taking an essentially
equivalent of a Mediterranean garden. The first of these forms was a knot garden centered on the front door, located just in front of the home’s motorcourt. We planted boxwoods in three circular rows that looked like terraces on a hillside. In the center of the knot garden we planted Loropatalum, punctuated
Loop. The home featured a symmetrical, linear appearance in spite of its two-story build, and our client wanted a landscape and garden design that would follow these same principles of self-contained regularity and subtle linear motion. Creating a Mediterranean theme in a Houston, Texas garden and landscape
“Square with grass border” — joslray
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks1,952
Questions0
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends
Echinacea and rudbeckia with ornamental grasses in the garden bed, and combination of hanging baskets
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly with a farmhouse-style home.
as well as plants that are too large, as hanging baskets tend to be 1 foot to 2 feet in diameter. Also avoid those that have very specific or tricky care requirements, like orchids, tillandsias and bromeliads, that would make maintenance an issue.
“flowers” — Amy Brekke
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
Ideabooks4,017
Questions2
from the valley or most of the Decorative Rock available. It has more texture and a neutral color that reminds me of some of the rock used in the gardens of Kyoto. Certainly not an exact match but similar feeling. I also like the fact that it’s local and not imported from out of our area. - Tom Musselwhite
love this combination of rock & grass. I love green grass but it's a bear to take care of with the dog using it so much. He will easily 'use'
the contemporary home and black accents with
red meditative garden sits between the carport and the home, greeting guests. "My mom was always very proud that Halprin picked each of these boulders out himself," says Sam Ferris. "He was very specific about the placement."
“size of boulder (for near fire pit)” — erinfrowe
Renovating in Ashburn? Contact a local pro
Metro Building and Remodeling Group LLC
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
View my projects
Italian Marble, LLC
North America's Largest Custom Marble & Bronze Designer
View my projects
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™