337,813 front gardens Home Design Photos

Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
roof terrace
Ideabooks4,140
Questions1
twist on the veggie garden that you'll be thrilled to feature front and center. In this photo, colorful row crops are laid out on a jaunty angle, adding play and movement to the composition.
Angles make the garden more visually interesting
fence with wires...for back...and thicker ones for front porch-like in apartment complexes on their balcony
available. A wealth of beautiful forms and colors exist to add interest to perennial beds and containers. Or try a twist on the veggie garden that you'll be thrilled to feature front and center. In this photo, colorful row crops are laid out on a jaunty angle, adding play and movement to the composition.
“if all stainless, thin flat top rail as well as posts, no tube shape” — Vanessa Kelley
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
Sponsored
Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
Foster
Ideabooks5,241
Questions1
create a rustic feel around the garden shed
Garden Shed and landscaping
Porch, door and surround garden
Landscape in front of shed
Walkway to front door
Garden shed and garden
Front by lake...Garden Shed...Robs garden shed...Gardening Shed
“Porch” — markcarlile
Goessling Design
Modern Cottage Residence
Ideabooks4,702
Questions2
Idea for in front of vegatable garden. Will let light through.
Interesting feature for garden poss stained glass
Frame in garden as focal point
Front yard inspiration... Old doors as a fence?!?
add 560 mission sculpture to garden as art (side yard)?
Great design a garden window
Jamie's garden ideas
Garden: Good texture and negative
wood garden sculpture
Garden windoe...Window garden...Front of driveway!...Garden structure...wood garden accent...wood garden statue
“even if something other than greenery behind, this is beautiful” — Daniel Butler
dianne
Dianne Muyskens
Ideabooks8,263
Questions8
Ever changing garden in Vancouver, WA. We bought this property on an acre of horse pasture and started to landscape it immediately. Garden is now 17 years in the making and I'm still working on it and love changing and adding to the look. I took the pictures and they're from early spring to late fall
what kind of boxwood this is - do you happen to know if it is English or American? Thank you so much, what a beautiful garden you've created! Becky Harris
What are the bushes in front of the boxwoods??
Buxus sempervirens, Though it is used quite frequently in "English" style gardens it isn't English per-say nor American for that matter.
sorry....I don't have aerial shots of the knot garden.
Yes I have answered,but it was sometime ago. The four trees in the knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples) The trees behind are European hornbeams. Love the shape of these, but they do get large.
“Formal” — vjgriffin
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks8,167
Questions2
Cool bench idea for front yard or front patio
Outdoor ideas beside the front door
rooftop garden space
Interesting small garden corner
Backyard garden...pocket garden...Garden planters...garden bench...garden nook...garden terrace...vege garden 5...NYC roof garden...nyc rooftop garden...Penthouse garden...rooftop garden
“seating lower level” — rpaem
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
Ideabooks25,874
Questions4
this conventional 60′s ranch-home’s yard. Repetition of materials like stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape
Front wall near road, love it!
Front yard mix of lawn concrete blocks
Side gardens aren't just about the garden floor; they're also about the vertical plane: the walls, so to speak. That notion is expressed beautifully here. Sustainably harvested ipe boards, installed horizontally, alternate with sections of stucco to enclose and retain the side garden. This is a well
Your garden's hardscaping features can also be ornamental elements. Juxtapose textures and finishes, such as these dark ipe hardwood planks, smooth sand-colored stucco and rugged stone. Yes, this is a retaining wall, but it is an artful destination that offers garden seating and a fire
“sculptural wall” — brobeck1
Smalls Landscaping
15 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
Ideabooks13,834
Questions4
probably dead after it was growing and then I fertilized it!!!! grrrrr my green thumb is on vacation. I checked out some garden books today from our library and one of them is The Gardener's guide to growing Daylilies. I just wanted to look at the varieties. I don't need any :) I was stunned and sickened
Thanks, Ginkgo Leaf Studio. I'm a tree lover myself, having been a tree and shrub expert at the largest garden center in Chicago for over a decade. BTW as you may or may not know, , the Ginkgo is the oldest tree in recorded history and much beloved by Asians
“greens and purples also flat texture of hosts?” — karenguilak
Urban Landscape
18 Reviews
Living Walls
Ideabooks18,043
Questions6
How to maintain a wall garden
Since green walls are dynamic, living things, they must be maintained. Having a green wall is a commitment, like having a pet or a garden. Think of it as a landscape or garden turned sideways to grow up on your wall. To thrive, it should be cared for by a professional maintenance technician (recommended
of the maintenance is ensuring that the irrigation system is working properly. This means not underwatering or OVER watering the plants. And, like a garden, plants must be occasionally pruned, fertilized, and weeded if necessary; and sometimes plants will need to be replaced. A trained maintenance expert
request this feature. The plant palette used really determines the level of maintenance the wall will require, just like in a typical landscape or garden. Hope this helps!
“Way cool” — mnath
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™