283 front entry planting English contempora Home Design Photos

Avant Garden
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Kentfield Contemporary Garden
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English style entry planting photo by Galen Fultz
I love the drought resistant plantings. I live in Davis where it gets hot in the summer. For that reason, I love the Russian
do ok as long as it is not too hot of a location like the desert. Plants are English boxwood, Cotinus 'Royal Purple', Nepeta, Lavender, Roses, and Anthemis
Love the plantings. Thought the peak color complimented the garden well.
oh, by the way I live in So Cal. think the plants will do well? thank you!
I like everything in this photo, the landscaping and flowers and the entry
Consider an entry gate or fence. What better place to set the tone for your home than at its entrance? By doing so thoughtfully, you can pull your home’s
“Entrée du jardin interieur” — anaclet5
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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how long does it take to water all of those plants?
I can't believe people don't water plants and then wonder why they died!
For an inexpensive solution, I planted thyme between painted concrete stepping stones.
Perhaps you could plant moss in between the rocks.
Large masses of randomly placed colorful plants. The stone path
love the wild english garden style (around the perimeter
layout. Traditionally, the main path would lead directly to the front door, with plants billowing over on each side. That's still appropriate, but you could
garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian restrictions and turned to a more naturalistic or cottage garden style. These plantings related
of work to realise. Using self-seeding plants will make it easier to replace annual plants every year. Key plants: Flowering annuals, shrubs and climbers
“Garden” — queenofthemorning
Myron Greer Garden Design
6 Reviews
A Cottage Garden
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Beautiful. Any change of getting a planting list?
Question about 2 plants on either side of the sidewalk: darker green taller round
round one and shorter light green one in front of it.
I love this! Would it be possible to have a list of all the plants?
Plant ID?...Front yard English garden ideas...Plants ground cover...traditional front border...Front landscaping...Nice entry...Rethink front...of planting...front yard landscape...Front door...plant colors...FRONT ENTRANCE...lovely planting...Front Yard Landscaping
“Brick, white railing” — klovio
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
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Front Garden
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The large leafed green plant next to the tree, what is it?
what is the tall plant next to the house
I'm assuming you are referring to the plant next to the tree trunk....It looks more like Brunnera macrophylla to me. Google brunnera foliage because there
pathway with the lush plants surrounding it.
the GardenPlan your garden as a composition of plants that work together. Think of your garden like a plant community, where the species interact to support
different areas of the soil. What clever plants! Armed with this knowledge, you too can mimic the prairie condition by planting different species that have different
you prefer formal gardens or a wilder, more free-form look? Do you want plants that thrive under benign neglect, or are you willing to take on specimens
Nice mix of plants -height and color
“Gramada de plante” — raluk16
Arbor Hill Interiors
6 Reviews
A beautiful front entry
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beautiful custom door. This door and side lights are a perfect entry for this english style farmhouse.
what are the names of the plants in the front pots with the pumpkin?
These are cabbage plants, with a kale plant in the center.
Front Door...Front Door....Lovely pot plant idea with pumpkins...Door for entry...Front door...fall plant arrangement...Front step pots...potted plant...entry way...Awesome planters, plants and pumpkins...Autumn Entry...Front door I like....Entry picture...A beautiful front entry
“pumpkin time” — karinsherbs
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
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What are the red flowering plants near the house?
Can you please let me know what those red flowering plants are? I love the grouping of the purple
'Red Meidiland' roses are planted near the house. The coral bells are paired with red-hot poker (Kniphofia
plants at far front, yellow plants at right
white, welcoming front walk, great landscaping
Plant choices in front part of photo along
to front door in gravel. black and white details on house
the front door that will keep your postal carrier happy.
Make the front walk welcoming for all visitors. Chances are, you don’t use the front walk
Is your front path clear and inviting? A clear view and access to the front door are key; you don't want visitors being
clumps of plants in the English style...the tall grass plants; good for...Red roses I front of the house
“Coloring” — melissabniu
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
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Beautiful color! What is the red plant below windows? Thanks!
Lovely color! What is the red plant below windows? Thank you!!
a, True Dwarf English Boxwood. I hope this helps!
Blue are pansies, grow in cool spring weather. Where I live (Deep South) we plant in fall and enjoy
they are blue pansies. We plant them in fall and enjoy them from Feb. to May. I usually take them out when I'm ready to plant summer annuals.
The red plant is a Japanese maple. Latin name: Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen '. I hope this helps!
The red plant is a weeping cut leaf maple tree. Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson King'. I hope this helps!
colors and types of plants and looks well manicured and yet it isn't messy looking. I like how it frame the front entry way. I like plants that can be cut
“Pink flowers” — Chadnie Cole
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
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Front Yard Gardening
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Front yard gardening can be fun and functional! Add edibles into the mix, and enjoy nibbling your way through your yard!
I would like to see the entry before the trees were installed. Thank you.
I noticed that the design comes from MN, would these variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but
think that the scenery and the landscaping are both very beautiful. The front entrance and pathway look like a house I walked up to when I was talking
world in math - almost at that continually descending level of education in English/Grammar and I could go on and on. We ALL need to use correct grammar and
Beautiful design & choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance. Perfect for those
“Beautiful mix” — brendajo3
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