161,594 flower garden Home Design Photos

Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
1 Review
since this garden is 15' below street grade. I would suggest growing just Deer Resistant bulbs.
the cut flowers !!!!
Flowers different seasons
Beautiful Spring garden
love tulips and spring flowers
your flowers!...The flowers...Spring flowers...Flower garden...4 Moble home garden...peacefully garden...serenity garden...Tulip garden...My garden
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Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Interior gardens Stone between interior garden & porch edge
I like the little flower garden in the midst
Really nice idea of flower garden in the
Like the garden in the middle of the patio
Square garden with stones.
same center garden with walls
garden idea...Garden in bricks...garden wall...around herb garden....garden in center...Garden in cdnter
“Old bricks mixed with new bricks? Herringbone pattern” — desmoines46
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
annual flowers keep the flowerbed looking lush all summer and is an inexpensive way to add curb appeal (tip: install a drip line for the hanging baskets - much easier than hand watering!) The black adironack style front porch swing that we built serves as the perfect place to sip lemonade and enjoy the
large pink flowers are part of a ground cover called an "ice plant" - its hard to tell from the picture, but they're gorgeous! They close up at night and open during the day. The color stays all season which is wonderful. Honestly, I am not sure what the other ground covers are - we ended up taking them
8. Flower power. Flowers are one of the least expensive ways to make the front of your house blossom with curb appeal. For those with a green thumb, sprucing up your home will never be so fun.
“流水” — bluewater33
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
every cut-flower gardener's and dinner party host's dream. Also, note all of the space for storing gardening supplies, vases, Crocs and more.
1. Laundry room plus potting shed and flower arranging room. A utility sink in the laundry room means you can wash off muddy hands and even shoes before they enter the rest of the house. A counter means you have room to clip, pot, transplant, arrange and even overwinter in here
“Floor” — sofialove
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Country Farm House
Outlined flower beds w stone pieces. Plants
The flowers everywhere and the gravel drive
love how full the flower beds are
love the flowers and d.g. I could do this!
idea for bushy flowers. for outside the kitchen
Country far house gardens
Colour palette of flowers
love the flower boxes
beautiful gardens...Rogue garden...Flower presentation...Garden arrangement...Love this gardening...Flower blobs...colors and garden...Color flowers...flower beds...shade garden
“Cobble” — katiedanielson
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
gorgeous flowering garden all winter long. With the proper conditions, many flowering plants can provide winter blooms indoors. Geraniums, impatiens and begonias are a sure bet. For the adventurous, even Evolvulus and verbena can be overwintered as well, though they will need a very bright location like
list of garden plants that can be successfully overwintered or grown indoors, some with greater success than others, but all certainly worth a try: Abutilon, angel's trumpet, begonia, bougainvillea, citrus (including lemons, calmondins and kumquats), coleus, ficus, geranium, hibiscus, impatiens, Mandevilla
“Casa” — felix80
Catalina Estrada
Catalina Estrada
birds, flowers, gardens and color — are all part of her favorite images, which is why the Coordonné collection is such a special selection and collection for Estrada.
check out the flowers
mural//Garden princess
Happy flower mural
“floor” — Zoe' Anderson
CWB Architects
Yard & Rear Facade
between the garden story (one floor up from the garden) and the garden was the first important design move Brendan knew he needed to make, and much of the design grew from this large first design decision. The bottom two floors you see here were the scope of the renovation. Note the new staircase slot on the
these garden spaces can be intimate, quiet and serene oases in the urban landscape. They are perfect for small flower gardens, reading the Sunday morning paper and more.Browse more row housesMore:Houzz Tour: Neotraditional Style in GeorgetownHouzz Tour: Brooklyn Townhouse Full of Light
“this could really be a part of the back of the house the first floor can be open, a car could enter” — Emily Stringer
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