177,268 english garden Home Design Photos

Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Ideabooks2,585
Questions1
Rustic cottage gardens with gravel path
back of house open to garden
Garden - back of the house
Pretty English garden look.
English Garden ideas
european french gardening
Love plants in garden
French whimsical garden path
Garden and pool...Beautiful garden!...Love the garden...English garden...Gardens around pool...Ideal gardens...cottage garden
“Landscape” — hrondowsky
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Formal Garden
Ideabooks1,691
Questions3
Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) Fountain in a formal garden, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for making this happen!
Might try this in front garden???
Now thats an English Garden, Sparky!!!
create an English garden in back yard.
formal garden breaks with shrub and fountain
would work well as boxwood garden
have this concept for the garden area with raised beds and gravel walkways
“ashlar blue and then gravel beds and pit. globes...like it but add some pops of green in the joints” — vowelhouse
Chris Miracle, LandWorks, Inc., Sussex, Wisconsin
6 Reviews
Suburban Residence #3
Ideabooks544
Questions1
A view across the garden looking back to the residence and the vine covered shade structure.
Garden and pretty flowers
English Garden ideas
colorful garden...cottage garden...garden fountain...Open garden area...dream garden...garden look...Country garden...English garden...Main Garden...Garden display...I looove gardens!!...Nice garden...My garden?
“Garden and pretty flowers” — qwiller
David Yum Architects
Dunemere Garden
Ideabooks173
Questions0
Dunemere Garden East Hampton, Long Island close
Symmetry, bold lines and antique looking garden ornaments, large pots
The entrance to a secret garden is very important. It can be grand, like these two stone obelisk, or simple. An arbor covered by wisteria or roses, or perhaps a wooden gate and a simple door hint at mysteries and wonders found inside.
Many English gardens incorporate antique-looking elements
flanking a formal entrance. Boxwoods line the path with both clipped and natural shapes to enhance the parklike effect, so typical of the formal English garden.
“Obelisker i inngangsparti” — kjmcw
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks34,677
Questions10
These small hedges are Dwarf English Boxwood, Buxus sempervirens suffruticosa and are hardy to zone 5. We are zone 6 where this garden is in central NJ. My guess is that part of Canada is probably a cold hardiness zone of 3-4.and I
Dwarf English Boxwood- Buxus sempervirons suffruticosa
I must have this garden!!! What are the small white flowers around the boxwood in the clay urn? Is it white torenia?
Love the pergola and love the garden
arbors with formal gardens always share a historical & old world european charms very lovely
potager has separate beds with one crop each. Today's potager-inspired gardens combine edibles and ornamentals but draw design cues from classic plant groupings.
While small herbs and flowering plants were the norm in English gardens prior to the parterre, Mollett chose boxwoods to border the designs
“Tons of ideas for backyard” — ddimeo
In & Out Design
9 Reviews
Backyard Perennial Garden
Ideabooks1,950
Questions1
I want to turn the lawn into a total garden, mixing in some vegetables as well, and using pavers as a walkway or paths through the different beds to separate. What would you suggest?
Most of the perennials in this perennial garden are very easy to grow plants in the Chicago area; which is primarily Zone 5. The perennials in this picture are Black Eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, Brilliant Sedum, Stella D'Oro Daylily, Joe Pye Weed, and some Knock Out Roses
I love this garden... I want an English garden eventually.
Wow! Wish I could garden like this!
border garden lots of midwest natives
looks like my old English garden that I want to recreate.
Try Slow Gardening for Some Unexpected
process. Once we have the image of the garden we want in our mind, we can become impatient to turn it into reality. With enough money it can be easy to achieve this reality by using large specimen plants, but this is not the Slow Gardening way.The pleasure of slow gardening is enjoying the process as much as
“The variety of perennials in this picture is great.” — Cordellya Smith
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Guest House Cottage Garden
Ideabooks10,872
Questions5
The view of the front façade and garden of the guest cottage.
This garden is located in the U.S. It is in Bucks County Pennsylvania just North of Philadelphia
pretty design, garden and front door
Embrace cottage garden romance. Fragrant plants like roses, lavender, jasmine and honeysuckle will lift your spirits every time you come home … even if they are in pots on your patio and not running free in a vast English garden. The mood is the important thing.
to an English style cottage. Could do this with Lake St. Cottage.
15. Embrace cottage garden romance. Fragrant plants like roses, lavender, jasmine and honeysuckle will lift your spirits every time you come home … even if they are in pots on your patio and not running free in a vast English garden. The mood is the important thing.Tell us: Do you love cozy cottage style
“tall white bushes on sides” — mkollman
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
Ideabooks8,835
Questions4
Love the mirror in the garden!
Kitchen area of the garden - Area 2. Love the mirror in the garden, has that sort of secret feel...prolific bourganvillea
Garden mirror propped looks like our garden
idea of a mirror reflecting the garden
English cottage. This garden is reminiscent of the English classic book The Secret Garden. Lush vines, rich color and quiet nooks for reading and relaxing give it a peaceful feel. If you're inspired by the Brits' beautiful gardens, start with a table and chairs in painted
of china tableware and old silver cutlery sets at your local antiques market. Add lots of different herbs and colorful flowers. Even though an English garden looks all romantic and natural, there is a little planning involved. First work out what flowers and herbs will thrive in your climate (and when
“Kitchen area of the garden - Area 2. Love the mirror in the garden, has that sort of secret feel...p” — granaryhouse
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