8,088 grow an herb garden Home Design Photos

Tim McCarthy Architect PC
1 Review
Amish Barn
women and children, arts, herb gardening
Makes me want to be a gardener... On second thought...
Sliding door, open door, garden, pea fence
like the stone wall for raised bed garden
Garden box made from stone
Shop and Garden love it!
The wall around the garden.
kitchen garden gable
Walled garden...Raised garden bed...Rock garden...Raised garden...garden wall
“Porte solide grange” — sylviehebert
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
A purple hyacinth bean vine (Lablab purpureus) drapes one of the gateways. Planted as an annual in Pennsylvania it will grow up to 20’ in a season, producing purple/pink flowers and fabulous purple pods all summer long. The leaves, flowers and pods look beautiful both clambering on the fence and in mixed
purple hyacinth bean vine = annual - grows up to 20 feet season
Purple hyacinth bean vine. Annual grows 20 ft. Plant on ground in spring. Purple flowers and hanging pods all season through fall.
I like this shape for veggie garden surround but in a no-fuss white vinyl. Would plant pretty plants along outside of fence so garden would always look pretty regardless of how veggies are doing inside!
“Hyacinth bean vine on trellis.” — cranecourt
Design Farm Group
13 Reviews
New York Dutch Colonial Restoration
The pavers with the grass growing in it. Would be great as a driveway too. Permeable landscaping.
Back garden idea for Spring project
Gardens, butter yellow
Stone wall Garden...Kitchen herb garden...Garden beds...Stone garden wall...Layout of garden...Herb stone idea...side garden...Cottage garden...Cottage and garden...English garden...perennial gardens
“Stone wall Garden” — Andrew McDonagh
Need faster growing trees, what can mimic this look?
This looks like the VANDUSEN GARDENS
Hi, I was not familiar with the cryptomeria nana, but it looks rather nice. According to what I read about it, it seems that it won't grow as big as the weeping hemlock. So, it all depends on how high you want it to be. Mine are more than 10 feet high now.
two questions - what is the bush to the left of the rhododendrons? and how long did it take for the rhodo to grow to that size?
Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 7, the weeping Alaskan cedar prefers full sun exposures, though it tolerates partial shade. It grows best in moist, slightly acidic to neutral soil with excellent drainage. Protect trees from southwest winds. . Thank you for your nice comment and good
“landscaping” — micheleburke
Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
North Van Renvovation
garden on top of kitchen cabinetry
Autumnal indoor garden for fresh air
LOVE the herb garden in the kitchen, so original
Is that an indoor structural garden?
Some natural, garden elements
Herbs growing...Herb garden
“Is that an indoor structural garden?” — worldofkdel
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Kipp Residence
In keeping with the estate’s traditional English Tudor style 10,000 sq. ft. of gardens were designed. The English Gardens are characterized by regular, geometric planting patterns and pathways, with antique decorative accessories heightening their old-world feel. Special nooks and hideaways, coupled
coupled with the sound of cascading water in fountains, create a serene environment, while delicate lighting in planter boxes makes the garden perfect for early evening strolls.
I was actually thinking where is Snow White... This resembles a fairytale place! Love your garden.
English country garden. More formal, but still so colorful.
Ohhhh I love this green house and lush garden
Integrating the house with the garden. For the first time in garden design history, Arts and Crafts integrated the house with the garden. Design features in the house were reflected in the garden and vice versa.The Arts and Crafts style, especially in the gardens of Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens
“Anybody up for helping me pack and move?” — Peggy Talbott
Wheat's Landscape
Hello there I was wondering...how did you get the boxwoods to grow all in sync? I planted a labyrinth with boxwoods, and they are all different sizes and shapes. Should I have a special kind of boxwood? Deborah
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If you are using boxwood to border a knot garden or a kitchen garden, it will provide a green frame around an explosion of colorful herbs and perennials. The verdant green leaves will always provide great color contrast.
“front door” — penny61063
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Rear of house
Tree growing out of raised bed
Like the back yard garden along the fence
Vegetable/herb garden containers
Garden Planter ideas
stairs raised garden beds
walk down basement & garden
garden boxes...Raised bed gardens...Flower garden boxes...raised garden beds...Garden beds...kitchen garden
“stairs to basement apt” — jsherin1
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