282,287 front gardens Home Design Photos

Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Bluestone Entry Walkway
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Bluestone steps and entry walkway designed to break up the approach to the front door. Boxwoods and perennials fill the space giving a green foundation and
steps, shrubs, sloped lot, enjoy the garden on the way to the front door
Front walk way if not stepping stones spaced between moss
minimum width of 4 feet and landings between steps, the garden visitor is invited to stop and enjoy garden vignettes along the way. A staggered zigzag design
“landings down to lower area” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
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Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Perennial Planting
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Perennial planting in a contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums, ornamental grasses weave together to create a taperstry of texture
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
( certain ones can ) which I have seen in mild winters or in protected gardens. It flowers & flowers over a long period especially if you systematically
Straight walks bordered by abundant plantings are returning to garden design.
Plants didn't always take the spotlight in garden design. Urban garden design in the last hundred years has been mainly about creating usable outdoor spaces
wild or exotic, could have a place in gardens.
Straight walks bordered by abundant plantings are returning to garden design, as we’ve seen at recent Chelsea
Plants vs. big front lawn. :-)
“The Hugh Grass together with flower” — annelittan
Traditional
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long bloom time; low maintenance Planting notes: Enjoy this at the front of a garden border or in a container.
Yuki Snowflake Deutzia - front foundation bed borders
habit, so it will fit into the smallest of gardens. Botanical name: Deutzia ‘Yuki Snowflake’ Origin: Garden hybrid Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees
dwarf habit, so it will fit into the smallest of gardens.Botanical name: Deutzia ‘Yuki Snowflake’Origin: Garden hybridWhere it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees
“Yuki snowflake or Nikko plant” — west79
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Pottery in the Garden
Ideabooks10,090
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Hi Kelly - In this garden, there is no edging. The gravel does mix with the beds a bit, but over
size pot for in front of the fireplace ourside
serendipity you might not have experienced in the garden before.
Keep pots simple. “I try to limit colors/glazes to one or two for each garden area,” says Tish Treherne
containers are like jewelry for the garden, beautifully setting off the foliage they contain.See more of this fall garden
6. To populate a garden pathA garden path lined with lovely plants, shrubs and trees is one thing, but
delightful serendipity you might not have experienced in the garden before.See more of this fall garden
ting your pots, the more effective they will be at leading you down the garden path.
“Jap maples yellow and orange” — anitajjones
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Family Pool
Ideabooks33,843
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Hi can you tell me what the purple plant is in the front?
Fences. Not every front yard needs a fence, but sometimes it helps to create a separation between the sidewalk and the garden. Front-yard fences should
the corner with a sculptural focal point surrounded by a border garden.
This garden is totally about what's viewed by the owners. It has a stoutly
small-town America and our colonial roots. It's the fence most at home in front of Cape Cod and colonial-style homes. Because a picket fence isn't meant
to create a backdrop. As such, a picket fence is more appropriate for a front yard, where it can enhance curb appeal, forming the backdrop for all those
“Fence” — alisontroy
Jean Brooks Landscapes
8 Reviews
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
Ideabooks4,157
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the 4th one, or so, and going in front of the pergola and meeting up with the brick path.
fencing since it will tie in with veggie garden fencing
I like the top for the front of the home.
rich purples. Deeper purple flowers look splendid sharing space in the same garden bed with paler lavender ones, especially when surrounded by natural elements
The ones in front of the salvia.
“Fence” — vpolsinelli
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Arched Doorway
Ideabooks6,144
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Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building this!
what about this from Todds patio to either front yard or bathroom courtyard? hedging instead
Front do house...love the secret garden!!...garden entrance is nice...secret garden...front gate...Garden door...Front Yard Privacy...freestanding garden gate
“Real door” — semag45
Graham Stanley and Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
Green Walls
Ideabooks2,793
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Living wall I front of glass windows instead of coverings?
For our front...Wall garden ideas...GARDEN WALL...vertical wall garden...Wall garden...Herb garden...Luv the garden wall...Vertical garden...Herb gardens
“use oven racks” — maxskye
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