31,802 herb garden idea Home Design Photos

Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Repurposed concrete pieces are stacked as a raised planter for this chef's garden. Crops are rotated seasonally for a fresh harvest. Hardscape by Southern California Landscape. Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
tiered garden - great way to use slope
Bed of herbs then another natural looking retaining wall for plantings
garden on a slope with rock fencing
“garden” — pfunk75
Pro Care Horticultural Services
Koslowski Residence
What type of lumber did you use for the garden boxes? Did you stain th
This is so pretty for garden part of lawn
Nice amount of herb garden & vegetable beds. Like the arrangement.
Raised garden beds & trellis growing structure
Nice idea for anyone who likes an outdoor
Raised bed for garden
Nice raised bed idea
Nice for herbs, veggies, etc
like the idea of having
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“like the raised bed gardens.” — lpkiley
Back Bay Stone Supply
5 Reviews
Napa Valley, Ca
Client wanted easy access when picking vegetables and herbs without bending over (back pain). Solution? Higher raised bed boxes. Jeanne Pendleton (Color, Form & Space) Larkspur, Ca.
garden box? Is it DIY or can I purchase it somewhere
Nice Idea for veggie and herb garden space.
Love the planter garden from what looks like reclaimed wood! Wonderful idea!
Raised garden beds - great for back-ache prone people
“Gorgeous raised garden beds” — Amanda Curran
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Garden. i like the fenced in idea
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
Keep Deer OutSome deer can jump nearly 8 feet high, making it quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If
“Fencing” — themaster1379ty
Giambastiani Design
Berkshires Estate Restoration
garden cottage needs a place to dry herbs
amazing prep space for a garden.
Worktable space-potting garden-greenhouse space for winter
Built in shelves and counter idea
4. An environment for drying. Most sheds have dry heat, the perfect environment for preserving flowers and herbs. Cut a few of your favorites and hang them upside down from rafters and hooks for use in arrangements, cooking and potpourri.
“diamond Windows! herbs! open shelving!” — mrsbethoh
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
A classic fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
What are the dimensions of this garden?
Would love to grow our own vegetables and herbs
Garden Bed @ 90 degree angle
Garden Beds @ a 90 degree angle
that is a great fence idea.
We have these just needs a little more height like shown! water hose is a good idea too.
and will turn it off (and sometimes on) for you. Soaker hoses can be snaked through garden beds next to the plants. Attach a hose to them, turn them on and let the water slowly seep into the ground. For an edible garden, choose one in which the water seeps out of the sides rather than sprays out the top
What Else to do in February in Your California GardenDepending on how quickly your climate warms up, there's a lot you can do this month — including winter pruning and planting of spring flowers and vegetables
“Hoses” — turnn2
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Grow area in patio for herbs
garden with brick path and outdoor table
herb garden in middle of paving, breaks it up, easy access
Outdoor eating area adjacent to veggie garden
One classic herb garden design is that of small beds with brick pathways between them. Here, that approach has been expanded into a formal patio area with room for seating. No need for riotous color; the varying shades of green provide enough interest, and the cool colors reflect the landscape beyond
space for lounging, dining or entertaining. Low stone walls add structure, enclosure, visual interest and additional seating in this combined veggie garden and dining patio.
“I like parts of this I think the middle would be a circle with natural gas fire pit” — nixweeds
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
The star at the center of this veggie garden is the perfect place for the dwarf lemon tree. The six pointed star (just like the Great Seal of the United States) is ideal for the strawberries to cascade over the edges. The star is 6' with 3' clearance around the star so the space is wide enough to
Approximately sq. ft. for this garden. Handsome! Thanks.
Fun design which might be able to change to fresh herb garden
“Love the thought put into the design. Very nice.” — myshelley
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