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ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Victorian Edible Garden - South Pasadena
Victorian Edible Garden - South Pasadena
I love the wood posts for vines to grow on
sitting area in middle of garden
the edible garden. the structure and paths
incorporate edibles / herbs?
Herb garden look and pergola.
the order in the garden
Garden room atmosphere
front yard edible garden
kitchen garden...edible garden...secret garden...garden area...edible garden...kitchen garden
“beautiful structure” — sachisnana
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
Feature point in middle of herb garden similar
focal point for north end of path alongside tennis and /or for room beyond guest room/kitchen garden
Garden arch and Boxwoods gravel path
Formal parterre gardens traditionally contained some sort of focal point or central feature around which the rest of the garden was designed. This statue is beautiful and looks to be the focal point of this yard. Fountains or other water features are also fantastic anchors to the garden, and, for extra
an object of desire. An arbor in the distance shelters a garden bench, but it also serves as a frame to highlight a classical sundial placed at the cross section of two intersecting pathways, transforming a once-unnoticed corner of the garden into a charming focal point.
“Arch” — hottentotsgod
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
lots of flowers and they look like they might look growing wild
do not want the garden to have a wild english style
is the image most people have of a traditional English country garden.
This might be a good garden to wrap up this design lesson with. It might sound obvious, but assuming you have at least average gardening skills, your plants will grow larger than they were the day you installed them. Unlike interior
create a winding path that leads you on a tour through the garden.
4. Fragrance giversAdd another dimension to a garden path with aromatic flowers. Visitors will love brushing up
The flair of cottage garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian restrictions and turned to a more naturalistic or cottage garden style. These plantings related to the site and soil conditions, the local identity and how
“pathway and plantings” — gibstm
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Trench Edging The basics: Trench edging consists of making a fairly shallow trench between the grass area and your landscape bed, creating a barrier for grass to grow over. It's a much
edging option for casual or informal gardens. Disadvantages: Slightly higher maintenance, as you might need to freshen the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp. Maintenance: You'll need to use your string trimmer frequently during the growing season to keep the edges neat and
and your landscape bed, creating a barrier for grass to grow over. It's a much more natural look, good for when you want the bed to look more casual and relaxed. Now some might say this is not a "correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great
“ideas de flores donde pegue el sol” — anapalisi
Contemporary Landscape
modern feel to them. The roses would suit a cottage style garden.
Im in Perth, so Im not sure where you find it over there. The Bamboo is called 'Oldhamii Bamboo' Grows quickly and develops these long thick trunks, so it
Clumping and running. The clumping is non invasive and will only grow to a certain height/ width. Running bamboo will grow and keep growing...and never stop growing. I'd go clumping but avoid planting into pots as it really needs room to grow well. This job we couldn't avoid it but still would prefer to
Hi Asher, I love the bamboo too but as you say is there a more practical plant for tubs near boundaries that grow tall upright and give privacy. We live near the sea. Love your work. Many thanks
“pots and bamboo” — lowy5
Bright Green
Outdoor Living Wall
Can you plant edibles on a wall like that? I have a small yard and would love to plant a vegetable/fruit/herb garden.
Love the garden wall that makes a design
the final lessons to be learned from the gardens of the past century is the use of a feature or focal point within a small space. Most small gardens are enclosed by a hedge, wall or fence, so they have no natural focal point leading the eye through the garden. A sculpture, water feature or, in this case
Vertical delights. Today's vertical gardens can take on all sorts of graphic designs. You can even create a sign, a painterly composition or spell out a monogram with plants on the wall.
Looking for something outside the planter box? Consider a vertical garden. Mount one against an existing wall
“Jardin vertical” — alonsopayan
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Can you tell me what is the plant growing over the brick wall thank you
It is Virginia Creeper. Boston is a smaller leaf and sits closer to the surface on which its growing. AR
too cute. secrets garden through here;)
I enjoy the plants growing up on the walls, I also like the shaped door
stone wall in garden with door leading to separate garden room
the scene for the Gothic-style garden within.
This door marks the entrance to a walled garden. Notice how it creates a totally different feeling and sense of anticipation than does the bridge in the previous photograph. You may feel that an old-world cottage garden, full of billowy flowers and fragrance
“Autum leaves” — jfw09
The Garden Design Company
plants in blocks and more. Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
tidy vegetable garden with clear paths and raised beds - low maintenance
size, and clay particles are very tiny.The underlying soil in this Nantucket, Massachusetts, garden is likely very sandy, but amended soil with improved drainage and added nutrients is used in a raised bed to grow vegetables. The paths have added gravel for erosion control. When you're planting directly
how to make the most of this resource by watering in the morning (“Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt”), creating watering basins and furrows, grouping plants in blocks and more.Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
“awesome home beautiful garden” — mjkjrobinson
growing herbs
I live in florida and am interested in growing my own herb garden, but need advice on doing it. I'm not much of a green thumb : (
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