60,646 front yard garden Home Design Photos

Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Asian Contemporary
Ideabooks1,559
Questions1
Front yard - Slate Chip
Black rock for front bed
into my garden plan.
front yard landscaping
front with black rocks
slatescape scree garden.
Rock garden...Garden with stones...Garden likes...Garden path
“slate chip mulch nice” — monicaking
Rolling Landscapes Inc.
7 Reviews
Maple St. Western Springs, IL
Ideabooks731
Questions1
low shrubs in front, color in back
Layered look-tallest plants, shorter, and smallest in front
evergreen row in front of hydrangeabushes
Front yard landscaping ideas
Front porch vase flowers
Hydrangeas with hedge in front
Front walk...Front yard...Front for walkway...Front yard design...Front path...Front hedge...Front entry...Front Yard...front door...front entrance...FRONT PATH
“Love the balance” — Diane
Art in Green
1 Review
Northbridge
Ideabooks11,387
Questions2
If you're interested in learning more about the paver/tile used here visit ... The finish used for this garden was tumbled travertine.
Tidy plants and lighting in garden
your use of the gardenOutdoor lighting significantly increases your enjoyment of the garden so it can be used or viewed at night as well as in day. Today, many people work long hours and only see their gardens after dark during the week. If your outdoor space is largely a night garden, then lighting is
planned before a garden is built. You can install a comprehensive lighting system in an established garden but you may need a skilled tradesman or lighting designer to help. If you’re not sure where to position lights initially, get mains power cabling laid to a central location in the garden so you can install
“Nice garden” — jenandmikeharris
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Ideabooks4,582
Questions4
In the foreground pea gravel has been used for this informal path around the vegetable garden. It is bordered by Brussels block pavers made by Uni-lock
If we had our lake front property
Front garden with pool.
Deck/back yard...Yard levels...garden pool...Nice yard!...Dream yard
“gravel brick stone.” — americanyogini
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
25 Reviews
Green Residence
Ideabooks8,096
Questions5
garden and yard steps of stone
Rock planter or retaining wall For side yard
love the natural stepping stones down the yard & the earthy, unpretentious feel
back yard landscaping
Landscape our steep yard
Beautiful yard/Landscape
Front Path...side yard
“后院” — lqing
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks57,680
Questions10
Cut it with a weed eater. My gardner did that with small sections of lawn in my yard and also removed the clover between my stone on stone retaining wall around the yard
Stone/grass front yard patio entrance level
difficult to always clean the tiles up after some yard work.
You can get these fake grass squares for $20 from bunnings - could use them for a small garden in between taZias room and our new roo
back yard love the patio and round area for kitchen eating area or dining
“Yard” — corieanderson
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Vibrant Surroundings
Ideabooks33,531
Questions6
Miscanthus, the small bright green grasses in the front are Little Bunny Pennisetum
The one greenish grass with white puffs in the upper left is Miscanthus, the small bright green grasses in the front are Little Bunny Pennisetum if there was any confusion
garden shed...Love the garden...Back yard...Front door pathway...Garden room...The garden...GreenHouse garden
“green” — orcu731
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks4,005
Questions2
For this elegant landmarked Berkeley home, designed by Albert Dodge Coplin, we had the challenge of designing a garden that delicately blends Japanese and English style vernaculars at the request of the client. All photos by Robert Trachtenberg
Water Garden by front entry with Asian modern
add water In this same garden, we see water imaginatively used in the stylised form of many Japanese gardens. Water is an essential element in Japanese garden design, but if a pond is beyond your means, consider a water basin, or a small bamboo water spout. In larger gardens, you might opt for naturalistic
naturalistic streams, ponds and waterfalls with goldfish and even a bridge like this one.More: 9 Reasons You Need a Fish Pond In Your Garden
“love these horsetail reeds!” — judylh008
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™