210,985 garden design and landscape Home Design Photos

Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Marino Residence
Ideabooks7,195
Questions1
A successfully executed garden is a collaboration between what the space says and how the gardener interprets that language. Once you have a vision for the shape and scope your garden should take, you may find it necessary to prune, thin saplings or limb
what the space says and how the gardener interprets that language. This skill comes naturally to some people but is a learned skill to most. If you are having trouble in this area, don't hesitate to enlist the help of a good garden designer or landscape architect with whose work you are familiar.Once
to open up your space. Your garden space will speak to you if you open your mind and soul and simply listen. My approach to garden design incorporates a bit of mysticism, as I believe that a space will let you know what it yearns to become. A successfully executed garden is a collaboration between what
“Walkway” — dawgbear
koolbeanzzzz
FLA Rock Garden
Ideabooks1,527
Questions6
Where did you purchase the garden Buddha?
I purchased it at Home Design Store in Miami. They have a website too. Thanks!
I like the blended rock designs
The design of the rocks and plants
In addition to painting, landscaping is Guedj's other passion. "I love working with plants and garden design. My landscaping involved a tremendous amount of labor with rocks," she says. The Buddhas and Eastern influences throughout her home show her love of Asian motifs and her belief in feng shui.
“rocks” — ruth_templeton
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
33 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks13,650
Questions5
Hello! What a beautiful garden. Can you please tell me what type of flower is on the right? The one with the purplish flowers. Is that a hydrangea? Thank you so much!
Hello andeka, thanks for your question. We did not use any edging between the lawn and garden bed. Just cut in a nice cut edge using a flat shovel. This technique is more organic and easy to maintain. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch Westover Landscape Design, Inc
Hello Patricia, thanks for your question. The tree in the corner is an older mature Japanese Maple. I recommend that you seek out the advice of a landscape professional in your area in Ontario. Perhaps a local nursery or searching here on HOUZZ. Someone with more knowledge of your specific climate and
“Hydrangea” — Grateful Beds
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
Ideabooks10,995
Questions6
Beautiful garden!! How much time, effort and water does it take to maintain this type of garden?
Can you tell me the names of thr plants in this picture? I'm new to gardening and I'm trying to piece together a ggarden for my home. Thank you in advance!
The landscape is beautiful! Must try to have!
Nice design for the garden
garden color schemes
garden design...Outdoor garden Buda...Nice Florida garden...Tropical gardens...Tropical garden...Front garden design...Nice landscaping
“landscaping” — leonsarkisian
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,785
Questions2
extension to house and cozy landscape
Trees mirror rooflines and the connection between the buildings by garden design
Great use of height in the garden
Exterior and landscape
Landscaping and dark gutters/downspouts
house garden privacy
Front courtyard and garden
mounded landscaped with larger trees
Love the gardens...garden to road...Privacy landscaping...Milieu Design...Milieu Design
“Plants” — tammat1
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks1,565
Questions3
s.html#edgings FormBoss (Australia but they may retail somewhere near you) http://www.greenlines.com.au/ Costco online! To find: Hit up local landscape suppliers. There was none in my area:-( Order online (from the above sources) or if none of those options work ( like they didn't for me) Call some
steel landscape edging with gravel flooring for firepit area
gravel within the circle is kept to a crisp shape with steel landscape edging that has a black painted finish.
In less-formal designs, circles can be used to add structure, making a statement within naturalistic plantings. The plantings here, though loose, emphasize the shape of the circle, leading the eye inward. The gravel within the circle is kept to a crisp shape with steel landscape edging that has a black
“Aluminum edging” — bbailey64
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
Ideabooks6,651
Questions2
and a peaceful transition. In addition, by laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese zigzag, pattern, the designer has created a unique and dramatic space.
laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese zigzag, pattern, the designer has created a unique and dramatic space.
The use of two different textures in the same hue creates a peaceful contrast in this woodland garden, and there is something appealing about the crunch of gravel underfoot. Notice
up your materials. Perhaps you have an existing patio, or are considering adding one but are unsure how to make it feel like a natural part of your garden. Take a cue from this backyard. The gravel covering the path leading to the patio is the same color as the bluestone patio. Bands of bluestone have
“Nice mix of gravel and rectangular cut stone. Casual, soft.” — livbrak
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Ideabooks14,335
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Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Herb & vegetable Garden design idea
fencing around garden to keep out deer
Perfect garden fencing for our farm
Protect garden from hungry little animals
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
Keep Deer OutSome deer can jump nearly 8 feet high, making it quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If
“Fence” — vjgriffin
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