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Garden Mentors
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A little piece of Asia
I have a small atrium and it has really nice filtered skylight, and it is fully indoors... I love this idea!
Although I don't know the conditions, I imagine that this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
The layout of a Japanese garden, cool and inviting.
enclosed area - front of house - not like this, but get ideas from this?
natural feel of the garden, so long as you only minimally alter the natural growth of these.
Tranquil idea for a mini garden
Beautiful zen garden. Great for meditation.
Miss garden rocks and temple between lattice and rd?
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Smart Design Studio
Tusculum Residence
Terraced levels for herb garden in back
Tier'd garden. Subliminal separation of areas
I like the tiers. Maybe an idea for us
Good idea for back of house at hill. More natural to the landscape however.
Good idea for small yard space. Adds options for seating areas.
5. Layer on layerCreating different levels in a compact backyard is a kids’ idea of heaven. It’s a chance to race up and down while the parents socialise around the table on the ground level. Working as a mini-amphitheatre, it brings an abundance of greenery to the inner city.
“Garden terrace” — Constructora Bauer Intl.
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
Good idea for a potting shed.
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
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
A detail shot of the interior of the potting shed, showcasing a collection of vintage gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
Garden shed - idea for shelves and storage.
I like the mix of some vintage pieces and personal items, and yet practical, but could use less space if our garage is too small.**we do need a space for my gardening tools, soil
on organic gardens and around pets and kids; you don’t need anything too harsh for this job. In fact, some gardeners have luck using a simple solution of pure Ivory liquid soap and water. Make sure you spray the tops and bottoms of all of the leaves where bugs like to hang out.
plants in order in a space devoted to gardening. Transform a tired shed by adding practical storage to store pots, gardening tools, watering-cans and cloches. Add a workstation and chair for planting jobs, plus an outdoor radio for entertainment.
“Inside shed!” — meghanmeeker
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
side garden, herbs plus plants in this photo
side yard idea, except with some sort of large pavers for walking on
Gravel walk, use of foliage on each side, choices of foliage (I'm looking for ideas for my backyard).
path and garden - for front yard
A long border worthy of a grand main garden fits into this transition space between a brick home and its garage. The room effect is enhanced here, thanks to the connecting breezeway. It gives
“garden” — monicaking
Phillips Garden
Do herbs grow back every year? I want herbs.
Good idea for around the pavers or the sidewalk leading
Nice garden ideas can't wait for spring.
Small plant ideas. Front bed
Ideas for butterfly garden
rock garden plants...Landscaping ideas...Phillips Garden
“Texas” — Nigel M
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
1 Review
Front Yard Gardening
Front yard gardening can be fun and functional! Add edibles into the mix, and enjoy nibbling your way through your yard!
design comes from MN, would these variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but not the dense greens (herbs, perhaps?) can you identify those for me ;)? Love, love, love this. Thanks!
can I get the name? Will they grow in CA? I recognize many of the species in the flower beds, hoping I can work this for my own yard! Thanks for the ideas, this is lovely.
What an amazing looking garden. I hope to have one that beautiful someday. It will be a lot of work. Jim | ...
Beautiful design & choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance
“Nicole” — theblueribbon
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
love a dragon in my garden
great idea using old bathtub as a fountain with a dragon in it, awesome
love love the dragon in the tub idea
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain
compromised if several other sculptures were competing for attention. Observe the sight lines in your garden and place a sculpture so that the piece speaks on its own without competing with others. Bends in garden paths, hedges and even house corners create new opportunities to appropriately place sculpture
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among
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