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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
I thought you'd like to know this home was featured with 7 pages on the garden in the August 2014 issue of This Old House magazine.
front-yard gardens, building community benches and even just barbecuing in your front yard are all great ways to connect with your community.
7. Create a hangout space. Do you like the idea of relaxing on the porch, watching and talking to neighbors who pass by,
instantly makes you more visible and approachable. Establishing front-yard gardens, building community benches and even just barbecuing in your front yard
but don’t have a front porch? No problem. A seating area in the front garden, perhaps nestled amongst mature trees, can be a welcoming spot in which to
“Front yard hangout” — staplecutters
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Atherton Estate
Herb garden near firepit
multi-builtup garden levels...latered walled garden...Two tier walled garden...Garden bed 3
“Feature retaing walls” — derhand
3 Reviews
French Country Estate New Construction
herb garden behind retaining wall eliminates bending
idea for steep sloped driveway garden
Yard Idea for steep slope...love the garden...garden idea
“working with a hillside scenario” — ebo11o
Contemporary Landscape
of summer color. Garden designer Gertrude Jekyll included intricate, colorful borders in many of her Arts and Crafts–style gardens. Maintaining these
allowed to grow naturally to introduce a feeling of new ruralism into the garden. This rough-cut lawn brings the feeling of a pasture right up to the walls
The perennial border popularized in Victorian gardens was labor intensive and very seasonal, requiring a great amount of horticultural
Trellis idea for side of barn
“maciços” — esmeraldacampanico
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
London Courtyard Garden
Courtyard Garden: Central London: Materials: Cedar wood slatted trellis to the dress the walling, cedar wood smooth decking to the rear with built-in seating
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
of your garden, of course. Around three to five is ideal in smaller courtyards and seven to nine in larger gardens. Traditional Japanese garden species
of your garden, of course. Around three to five is ideal in smaller courtyards and seven to nine in larger gardens. Traditional Japanese garden species
to make a small courtyard garden feel more spacious is to paint the brickwork white. This will reflect light around the garden and make you feel like you’re
bask in glorious sunshine outside. These channel a Zen mood, but I love the idea of moving them inside and partnering them with slatted bamboo pendants for
“White rocks and Buddha” — Kalyan Kankala
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
new home and I would love to make a stepping stump adventure corner in out garden. How do I stabilise the stumps to the grass?
Great idea! I have millions of trees in "P.I.G." And maybe if I could
“make great stepping stones for very young children. Butterfly garden. Enchant
natureTraditional (or contemporary) garden furniture can look quite out of place in a really wild outdoor space. If your garden has more in common with an untouched
wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard
Connect to natureDevote a corner of the garden to bees, butterflies, birds, frogs and other forms of wildlife. Here, the
“love use of tree trunks for seating... chair, table, flower pot, natural paving for walkway, sculptu” — mliautaud
Garden May 2014
i like this idea is one of the intresting area of house...
excellent use of the small area of garden.
modest dimensions of your courtyard space hold you back. Just treat it as a garden in miniature, working in features such as benches, ponds and pergolas, but
but on a slightly smaller scale.Check out 13 cool things to do in a garden
“Small garden. Big ideas” — bluefreckles
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
the vegetable and perennial gardens. The idea for the vegetable garden was to recreate the tradition of a kitchen garden which would have been planted
reinterpreted for modern living. The idea was to give a sense of timelessness when walking through the gardens as if they had been there for years but
lane widens at the entrance to the gardens where there is a hitching post built into the fence that surrounds the gardens and a watering trough. The widened
view and enjoy the gardens. On either side of the front door, gravel and cobblestone walks branch off into the garden spaces. The one on
with veg/fruit garden for tools/mulch and buckets.
This is my idea of a beautiful backyard.The barn in the background makes me think I'm actually
“Gravel court edged in cobblestones.” — Hardscapes Outlet
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