3,591 emu ivy Home Design Photos

Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
The backyard garden shed is covered in ivy, all but the steel windows & doors John Sutton Photography Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
What kind of ivy is this?
I suppose that's one good use for ivy. I can't control mine that well.
shed, covered in ivy, very charming.
Love that ivy is covering the
ivy on trellises. Shed. Great.
Merge into the gardenTraining climbing plants like ivy, star jasmine or wisteria up the sides of a shed is the ideal way to make it disappear into the greenery of the garden. Fixing trellis or a network of
“Beautiful” — amyfrye
Suzman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Ross Estate
I believe it is English ivy hedera helix
High walls outlined by brick, beautiful ivy, planters are great.
I like all the varying levels tied together by ivy.
Ivy wall. Fire brick top ledge
planter beds. [ivy]...Great ivy...Brick + ivy...Ivy on brick...Ivy growth...Ivy Covered Brick...Love the ivy...Ivy wall
“Secret garden” — happyhanny
CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
1 Review
Side Entry Exterior
What type of ivy is growing on home?
We were the Architect on this home's multiple renovations. The ivy has been growing on the home since it was built in the late 1990's. The Landscape designer did inform us that it is called Boston Ivy. He prefers this kind of ivy as it does not damage the structure of the home.
Ivy, wood, stone, gravel drive/backyard, gas lanterns, arches
Ivy up the wall. Adds to the old world/french country look.
“Front entry idea” — goldenjean
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Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Chestnut Hill Residence
Is this boston ivy climbing onto the home??
The ivy in this photo is English Ivy (Hedera helix). It is a beautiful evergreen vine that is invasive and requires regular maintenance. This project is just outside Boston, MA.
House with Ivy - requires regular maintenance
The flowers and wall climbing ivy
The ivy in this photo is English Ivy (Hedera helix). It is a beautiful evergreen vine that is invasive and requires regular maintenance.
“love it!” — Tandi Laguerre
Canyon Construction
2 Reviews
Estate Revival
Ivy covered span over driveway
Ivy on portico and concrete
Brick ivy. Clean white ceiling
Ivy on brick...Ivy on port cochere...Need ivy on Porte...climbing ivy...love all the ivy...ivy growth
“Cream with lighter cream trim and brown brick” — tliv1965
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
love the ivy - we could use Boston ivy to get the same effect and a dose of color in the fall
I love ivy growing on cobblestone and brick.
love the ivy on the stone walls
Would love to incorporate the ivy but was told that it would guarantee that I would have bugs inside. Any truth to that?
Cultivate climbersFrom ivy and wisteria, to honeysuckle and clematis, there are heaps of plants that will romp up your house’s walls and bring colour and even fragrance to your front facade. Some need trellis to grow through, while others are happy to climb up the brickwork.
“Beautiful exterior plants” — Amanda McDougald Scott
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
I like the ivy on the walls
ivy or Asian Jasmine growing on a wire grid
Love the ivy on side
design for boston ivy
Flowers, Ivy...Lattice ivy...Ivy wall...Ivy growing...Ivy design...Garage with ivy
“Back yard” — michellecampbell
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
After the ivy turns a brilliant crimson red in the fall, it will drop its leaves. This allows air and light against the structure during the harshest season of winter and minimizes any dampness to be trapped. It is definitely a plant that you have to prune
Creeping ivy on front of house
The ivy going up the house is gorgeous!
gorgeous. absolutely gorgeous. i love the ivy on the wall. that is so pretty. the landscaping is perfect. gah......
Ivy covered exterior with octagon room
6. Allow ivy to crawl up the walls. Ivy provides a buffer between your home and the sun. "Planting a green wall or vines on the home reduces reflection and absorbs heat," says Spiering.
“Pool” — stephaniekayd
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