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Sara Tuttle Interiors
Family Room
Ideabooks7,491
Questions5
Pretty color combo for Garden Room
Don't you love the grapes?
Love the grapes!
“Lampshade” — chantelle_hett
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland back garden reno on Lake Norman.
Ideabooks3,992
Questions1
Woodland back garden reno on Lake Norman.
A rhododendron berm, seating area surrounded by chartreuse hostas and a Skylands oriental spruce, a fern garden and a perennial border are highlights of this back garden adjoining a lake.
Stream in back garden stone bridge
Shade Garden retreat. Brook with stone bridge.
“Woodland garden” — awhite1972
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zen Garden
Ideabooks1,520
Questions2
This is a little Zen Garden we created for a narrow "left-over" space. A contemporary take on the Japanese Zen garden.
Contemporary outdoor Zen Garden Photo 2of 3
8. A sandpit that doubles as a Zen gardenA Japanese garden could be just the solution if you like the idea of a sandpit for the kids, but don’t want it to impact negatively on your outdoor space. Just rake the sand over after a play session and it will become the perfect spot for meditating once more
“pebble border between sidewalk and house” — thisruleisstupid
Scenic Landscaping
1 Review
Vibrant Garden Backyard
Ideabooks4,667
Questions2
This garden is pretty, structured and has different colors, The billowy grass looking shrubs give the garden movement. The fountain adds
garden path with fountain in middle
Vibrant Garden Backyard
kitchen garden...path and garden...Nice garden...Hidden garden...Garden path...copy to nans garden
“Garden” — cfulp
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
Ideabooks6,216
Questions3
lost in the garden. Hidden garden. Forgotten from the world.
what an awesome garden, love the waterfall
Gardening, as compared to lawn care, tutors us in nature’s ways, fostering an ethic of give-and-take with respect to the land. Gardens instruct us in the particularities of place … For if lawn mowing feels like copying the same sentence over and over, gardening is like writing out new ones, an infinitely
infinitely variable process of invention and discovery. Gardens also teach the necessary if un-American lesson that nature and culture can be compromised, that there might be some middle ground between the lawn and the forest … The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway
“natural landscaping” — nextgenhomes
Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
6 Reviews
Carmel, CA Cottage
Ideabooks3,088
Questions1
Cottage garden path Carmel, CA
Stepping stones thru garden
side yard; shade garden
Ah, beautiful Carmel side garden
pretty side garden...Lush Garden...cottage garden...Sunless garden...Secret garden....nice garden...Lush shady garden...and aged garden...Garden path...Shade garden...sweet secret garden
“very pretty woods” — urduhouse
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks8,721
Questions1
cute boards add color to garden
seating wall with garden behind it
great way to create permanent color in garden as well as intimacy
there are existing materials in your garden you can put back into service with a sprinkling of imagination.
Celebrate color. Color is of utmost importance to the whimsical gardener. In this gardener’s mind, color is fun, festive and playful. Whereas some gardeners prefer to blend subtle tones in their
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Salvaged boards. A variety of used boards bring bright color to this garden fence and bench. The jagged edge gives trees and shrubs a sculptural backdrop.
planting of the garden.Event: Matisse comes to the Met. From early December 2012 through March 2013, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is holding an exhibition, "Matisse: In Search of True Painting," which will explore the artist's techniques.More: Lessons From Monet's Garden
“awesome colors!!!” — Jackie Rohrick
Ross NW Watergardens
7 Reviews
Rock Wall, Steps, Bamboo
Ideabooks3,166
Questions1
Basalt wall with basalt/gravel steps in the background. Lake Oswego Shade Garden Check out more from this project at ... We love working in Lake Oswego! By Ben Bowen of Ross NW Watergardens, a Portland landscaping firm.
left side from patio to lower garden
Rock garden in our back yard
shade garden retaining wall
ground cover in upper garden
garden stairs...rock wall garden...Rock garden...Shade garden...Garden slope...garden steps
“Pathways” — andreataylor22
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