150,321 fern garden Home Design Photos

orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 01
what is the name of the fern under the trees? thank you!!!
Swamp fern is Blechnum serrulatum. The one shown in this image is the commonly called in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family.
Using ferns as filler instead of mulch
Swamp ferns at base of trees
Lush ferns around base of oaks.
Like the ferns under the trees
i love all the ferns around the base of the trees
“Ferns” — dcapsroon
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns. Exquisitely crafted new masonry, built from an authentic palette of local reclaimed materials, gives the garden a unified, established feel. Lichen-encrusted stone retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded
What variety of fern are in the picture? Thanks.
would this fern grow in Northern Georgia?
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The ferns we used here are a staple in just about any woodland garden we design
design. It is called haysented fern, (Dennstaedtia punctilobula). Plant it in areas where you have erosion, and be prepared to let it take over... The fall color is amazing too--buttery-yellow and rust. Good luck!
“chairs” — jjmoorehead
Leslie Rohrer
Carter Rohrer Co.
This is a mulch path between pachasandra and male fern.
Plant material. Fern garden under trees in front yard.
Path through trees lined with ferns and ground cover
fern by the house with a path and lawn use stone as path? keep the grass=no path?
ferns and pachysandra ground cover thrives beneath trees
natural feel of a woodland path with old-fashioned choices like ferns and pachysandra
Complement the casual, natural feel of a woodland path with old-fashioned choices like ferns and pachysandra, an evergreen groundcover that thrives beneath trees.
“mulch the dogs paths” — djwagaman
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Coyote House
what are these green plants/ferns called? pretty color!
I believe it is "Sword Fern", Polystichum munitum. But I am a photographer not a botanist! It is common in this area.
contrast, ferns, horizontal Wood fence
There's my fence design again. And OMG the wood ferns are gorgeous. This is not in Texas for sure.
Garden fence door in back wall
“I love the gate and the unfinished look of the screw/nail heads being visible.” — Lauren Keckley
Jan Enright Creations
4 Reviews
Nixon Gardens
Patio stones as walkway in garden surrounded by mulch
The ferns, as we have a lot of shade.
i like the ferns (aboiut the 5th photo) were I noticed the fern. - Chris
We need to add some big rocks to the gardens.
Ferns? Shade tolerant and not expensive?
A meandering garden path, however, can be much narrower, as the intention is for guests to follow it to discover what lies ahead. “If you want someone to linger,” says Ayers, “curve the path around focal points, like a tree, boulder or berm of land. The most engaging paths curve around points of interest
“meandering paths” — carolemr
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland back garden reno on Lake Norman.
Woodland back garden reno on Lake Norman.
A rhododendron berm, seating area surrounded by chartreuse hostas and a Skylands oriental spruce, a fern garden and a perennial border are highlights of this back garden adjoining a lake.
Stream in back garden stone bridge
ferns, depth of creek, shaded area
the hos ta lilies and ferns
rocks, placement of trees and paths and the fact that it is a shade garden
“Everything” — feezorjc
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Sitting area in my garden.
The red bench and 3 panel privacy screen with art provide both a perfect backdrop and a destination in my personal woodland garden. This is at the top of the three tiered koi pond. All my favorite hostas are planted here.
Great way to add color to a shade garden!
Fern garden with a red railway chair.
The bench placed in middle of garden area.
Pop of colour for my back garden. Maybe orange??
Let light project onto a screen. Much like the drive-in movie theaters of the past, you can project light in your garden, capturing its movement and nuances, by erecting a screen or wall, or even by enlisting the side of your house. This three-paneled privacy screen, constructed out of concrete backer
privacy screens and small non-load-bearing walls. A simple frame of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful garden structure. The texture and color striations of concrete board mimic granite cliffs in the application shown here.
“Red bench” — laurenvitti
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Suburban Oasis
fern garden!
garden bench...vertical garden...garden wall idea...use of ferns...Garden-grape leaves...Fern planter...Ferns look great...box in ferns...Fence bench ferns...Love the ferns
“Ferns” — lyndascott
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