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Formal Garden Design
Tell me some hedge plants name what I have seen from your garden, Can I use also duranta as hedge plant?
Pleas. What are the hedge's? Boxwood, Arborvitae? Etc.
boxwood around the statues, and the taller hedges are emerald cedar. I would also recommend yews as a hedge plant.
Pure green garden gives sense of control and organization
formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive yard. Crisply trimmed hedges accented
is scale. The dimensions and density of a hedge need to be appropriate for the size of your garden. A high hedge of a dark plant such as European yew (Taxus
Controlled shapes. As previously stated, Italian garden design is about the control of nature to create a garden that is both
“Statuary” — Rock&Roll Homes
Germinate Design
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Queens Park
forward. Cutting a window in a wall or garden hedge can be an easy and unexpected way to limit a view. This garden stirs curiosity with style. Additionally
forward. Cutting a window in a wall or garden hedge can be an easy and unexpected way to limit a view. This garden stirs curiosity with style. Additionally
forward. Cutting a window in a wall or garden hedge can be an easy and unexpected way to limit a view. This garden stirs curiosity with style. Additionally
Create windows in your garden. Limiting a view can add mystery and intrigue because it raises the question of why. Hidden things inspire curiosity; curiosity
“Lilin” — dimas345
Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
SECRET GARDENS Create pathways framed with hedges and bushes that lead to
The idea of creating pathways framed with hedges and bushes to create spaces for quiet reflection
Create pathways framed with hedges and bushes that
interior living room, or perhaps the French doors leading out into the garden). Hedges and paths are often used to direct the eye along axes to focal points
pathways framed with hedges and bushes that lead to a quiet spot for thought and reflection.
Create pathways framed with hedges and bushes that lead
you view the garden. Emphasize the importance of that perspective by displaying an urn, a planted vessel or a small sculpture on a garden table or pedestal
water element or even a lovely tree. In small gardens one focal point is usually enough; in larger gardens there may be several.
“The seclusion.” — treasureroom
Formal Garden Design
traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need to be sheared annually — or even more often
Shrubs maintained as a clipped hedge, as shown here, are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense
plant with an ultimate mature size that is similar to that of your desired hedge will be easier to maintain in the long run. It's important for the health
walls and place benches in the room. For a whimsical touch, trim some of the hedges lower in sections to look like additional benches. Add a tree or two to
in the garden at Britt's garden...Hedge, find out what kind of plants...Trees just in front of hedge
“Names of hedges that we could look at using for the back yard” — tcannon76
Doering Landscape Company
Barrington Hills Formal Entrance
Hedges and hydrangeas. Ivy on wall
love knot gardens so very cool...like low growing hedge...exterior gardens...neat garden...Deb garden...sunken garden...Boxwood borders and sunken garden...boxwood hedges around center point...love the formal garden...Dream garden...Garden hedges and plants...Formal hedges...neat formal garden
“Landscape Ideas” — jmhorton1
Frank Organ
Stepover Hedging
Very pretty. Will this hedge survive in zone 11? Thank you very much.
controlled with pruning and as shown in the 'step-over' hedge ideabook will form a compact low hedge. The best variety to look for is Viburnum tinus 'Eve
The plant used in this hedge is Viburnum tinus. It is evergreen in most temperate conditions, and will produce abundant pinky white flowers from winter
this hedge is softer and more inviting than traditional hedges.
Step-over hedges. I stirred up a hornet's nest in my ideabook on step-over hedges. These tightly clipped low hedges are becoming quite popular
be controlled enough to create a step-over hedgeHere the variety 'Eve Price' creates a stunning dwarf hedge, as it is more compact than some of the other
“I like this for the walkway leading to the front gate.” — tonydtygrr
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
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Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
majestic Live Oak trees, detailed travertine paving, expansive lawns and lush gardens. Designed and built by Harold Leidner Landscape Architects. House construction
I live this garden's path.Would you please tell me what kind material is it and where to get it? Thank you every much.
Thanks so much for the response! We are looking for a hedge that we can maintain at 1' x 1' along our sidewalk. Would this be a good
I like the small bushes as the border to interior gardens.
ean-inspired parterre, detailed planting beds (outlined in low boxwood hedging) define each quadrant. There is plenty of space devoted to a generously
scaled walkway of decomposed granite that runs through the center of this garden.And while you will want to take a walk here, you are given specific clues
Small hedges to define the space
“Backyard ideas” — jmhorton1
Peter Fudge Gardens
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French Gardens
Can you provide the name of the hedge used here?
Stunning Pleached Hedge - any suggestions for evergreen variety?
Do you have any recommendations for an evergreen for screening pleached hedge. Thank you
if you're referring to the small hedge, around the stairs, it's Buxus. The taller trees that form an avenue hedge are called Snow Pears and behind them
a hedge trimming nightmare but looks great.
if you have a penchant for beautifully maintained formal garden styles, hedging is simply a must.
fences and walls, but hedges create a soft, tranquil atmosphere that only living, green walls can provide. In winter, when gardens tend to look bare, an
an evergreen hedge creates a year round structured look. In contemporary gardens they can be used to reinforce the architectural lines of the house, to
hedges like this between the decking
“Landscape ideas” — jmhorton1
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