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Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks36,069
Questions6
Where can I get the directions on how to build this garden swing.
Do you have any yard gardens?
swing seat in garden
Free standing garden swing
Stanford Garden...garden bench...garden swing...Pagoda swing...Gardens swing...garden swing
“Swing” — englishgal1
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks1,447
Questions2
stones and pebbles and sand. looks nice in the garden. need a big one though
Love how this house relates to the garden.
zen garden - for the sides?
box-shaped zen garden, super clean and minimalist
Stone and SandAsian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in their Zen gardens. Here finely crushed stone has been raked into patterns simulating water currents flowing, even circling stone formations
“sand and stone” — Fresh Town Rentals
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
Ideabooks7,089
Questions1
I like the raised garden design
Office in back with raised gardens
Matt likes the boxes ... For herb garden.
Nice looking raised garden beds
Vegetable garden boxes
Ideas for garden bed
Veg garden containers
Garden beds...Garden box...Shed and garden...Garden boxes...Garden shed...garden y almacen...Raised garden beds....vegetable garden...Herb Garden...My garden idea...L shaped garden...Raised garden beds...Garden idea...kitchen garden...Vegetable Garden
“The boxes could go the length of our back wall with "ends".” — maurice_o
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
Ideabooks8,774
Questions3
A private garden along Maine's southern coast.
what is the age of this garden?
this garden for me to call them out individually. There are roses, salvias, peonies, poppies, echinacea, daylilies, playtcodon, siberian iris, knautia, geraniums.........
Love this garden and it's only a year old!
focal point.Notice the shrub at the end of the path, centered between two huge shade trees. This detail creates a natural end point of the perennial garden and can be appreciated from a long distance away. Imagine how the setting would look without this modest focal point, and you'll understand how valuable
“Garden” — roseqj
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
18 Reviews
Ready, Set, GROW!
Ideabooks7,282
Questions1
Patio and VERY small veggie garden in front :-)
integrating a raised flower or garden bed
You could build a garden for food too!
Like the looks of the garden
Although getting rid of the expanse of gravel and adding visual interest were the couple's main motivations, Joseph and Robin both love to garden and wanted a space for growing their favorite plants. Joseph is Italian and loves to plant tomatoes, cucumbers and basil. Robin wanted a special spot for
“incorporated garden” — heidijch
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Edmonds Residence
Ideabooks20,532
Questions7
Back yard renovation: added new landscaping, fire pit, benches, patios, edible gardens, fences, plants
veg patch for bottom of the garden
This will work for raised garden
have a huge yard? Not a problem. Get creative with container planting, a vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill.
Project: Container gardenDifficulty: EasyEstimated time: An afternoonWant an edible garden in raised beds but don't have the time or desire to do major construction? Take
one of the easiest options for raised garden beds. Stock tanks, which are typically round or rectangular with rounded ends, are generally used to feed farm animals, but they've been gaining popularity in recent years as a great way to add urban chic to the garden. The only real work you will have to do
“termination wall” — Linds Connell
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
Ideabooks43,744
Questions6
I have a new build with need of starting a garden
The garden is in southern Maine
It reminds me of the secret garden
Shade loving plants, garden gate, trex picket fence
Idea for the front garden - foliage contrast, woodland. Mark expressed a moist tropical feel for this area. It is west facing and does not get much sun in winter
entirely. Most gardeners find a happy balance between the two and enjoy the benefits of a low-growing, even ground cover that’s soft underfoot — but in moderation.Now is a great time, weather permitting, to determine the outlines of your garden borders. You can easily do this by laying out a garden hose or
throughout a garden gives it peaceful continuity. This technique is especially effective when the key element crosses over a pathway into the parallel bed, moving the eye back and forth throughout the space.Notice how this shady mixed border carries the eye through the space. Even though this garden relies
“hostas to link walkway” — cg
Landscape Logic
7 Reviews
Scripps Ranch Residence
Ideabooks3,729
Questions2
Maybe over or behind pot in upper garden
las pagodas...Small pagoda
“Giant pot” — jjedz6
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