8,700 grow an herb garden Home Design Photos

Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
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The garden is defined by a series of rock walls holding raised gardens beds and a winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over into the path, working with the twisting trail to obscure a traveler’s view and create a sense of mystery around the bend.
J'aime l'épaisseur de l'herbe je trouve que ça donne un feeling d'être perdu dans le bois et tout à coup on se retrouve à l'autre chalet!
Stones to raise gardens, grasses, shrubs and small trees mask the next leg
Lay out provocative paths. After the stage is set, the story begins to unfold; the journey begins in the form of the garden path. The traveler places emphasis on this part of the garden as he or she finds delight in the journey. These paths will seldom be straight. Sometimes the most memorable trips involve
“path” — sachisnana
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Landscape Images Ltd
4 Reviews
Residential Landscape Projects
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kind, and clumping which grows in a clump! It is not invasive, won't "run" out of control.
Depending on where you live, most clumping bamboos will take several years to get established, but once they do, they grow fast. They can be controlled however, by removing any new
I am sorry but we cannot help with colors of walls- we are landscape architects and designed and installed the garden- the walls were already painted when we began the project.
No we can grow it in Scotland
“Bamboo” — bathurstd
Strell Design
Outdoors Rooms
Ideabooks1,184
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Like low profile fence around a garden
Like the mesh wire on the bottom. Great way to keep chickens out of the garden.
Fence around garden area, note smaller wire on bottom of the fence.
Raised garden beds behind
veggie garden fence?
Garden beds with garage wood
raised vegetable garden
Garden fence...Grow bed...Corriedale gardens?...cute garden area...Raised bed garden...garden sw.....Garden boxex...enclosed garden...Vegetable Garden
“Fence” — reese6
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
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Well this picture was taken 2-3 years after the garden was installed and the roses were probably 2-3 years old when we installed them. So to answer the question, they are probably 5-6 years old in this picture.
lawn panel is nice with planting that will grow here. remove the edging.
Decide on a shape. There is no right or wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example
to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
This is the garden I want
There is no right or wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
“colors” — drnvand
H&G Landscape Architects
Trellises
Ideabooks534
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love this for the back garden
Don't care for the white but like the herb garden.
stone pathway around garden, white picket fence
herb garden...Gate for garden
“Love the path to arbor” — dyanpasma
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
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Professional Landscape Designers - it was over the top. The plant is called Tapeworm Plant or Ribbon Plant (Homalocladium platycladum). It's a bit slow growing but a striking plant and well worth it. We use it for a screen between the street and the house.
can escape. The really low green ground cover is Myoporum parvifolium, the pink-flowered variety (sorry, it doesn't have a common name...) Happy gardening!
Dwarf Myrtle (Myoporum parviflora) A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left on its own to grow up to 2 feet tall. Native to Australia, it takes full sun and is drought tolerant once it's established
months. Although it's a tough plant that addresses erosion issues well, it does not stand up to foot traffic, because of its semisucculent leaves. Growing tip: Once it's established, it requires very little water. If you overwater it, expect rapid and weak lateral growth.
“good idea for the path to the front door” — jillh03
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
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Garden shed - love this open, exposed, rustic framing!
to house gardening tools and as a relaxing space away from the house.
3. Add comfortable furniture. Over at Shy Rabbit Farm in New Hampshire, the new potting shed serves not only as a spot for tending to the herb garden, but also as a relaxing retreat for the homeowners.
one garden shed that would be a joy to hang out in.
If you are an avid gardener, why not turn the back room of your home into a potting room? Having all your potting tools and materials in the one place is a sensible idea – as is a waist-high potting shelf. You can say goodbye to that gardener’s sore
of soil and grit in a good garden shed, so hardy materials that are not too precious are the key. The bleached pine table and vintage chair and stool in this garden shed are both practical and stylish.
“garden shed” — lynnnnnnnn
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Ideabooks6,649
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How to get my banana tree to grow?
I took it out the grow and put in a pot.
A private zen garden outside the office
Love, love, love, love, love the chairs. Zen garden.
Could we fit chairs in the entry garden?
the smallest garden spaces that are the most poorly lit, whether adjacent walls, trees or tall buildings are at fault. The upsides to cramped areas like the courtyard shown here are that they're easily tended to and often have their own protected microclimate, making them ideal for growing tropicals.When
and require trimming or division to keep them from making the garden seem even more snug. Start with a solid backbone of hardy evergreen shrubs and ground covers and an inviting paved area so that visitors (and yourself) can enjoy the garden. Then bring out the big guns.
“alex and tyler” — alischulze
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