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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Front Ridge Residence
Garden edges - Clump planting and mulched, planting bed w/ trench edges, blending into grassy area and wooded area
The garden's edge is gradual. Instead of an abrupt end of lawn, casually (but thoughtfully) placed shrubs signal the boundaries of the garden.
true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a sharp-shooter shovel or trencher).Advantages: It's free, easy to create and effective. It's also a very natural edging option for casual or informal
informal gardens.Disadvantages: Slightly higher maintenance, as you might need to freshen the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp.Maintenance: You'll need to use your string trimmer frequently during the growing season to keep the edges neat and tidy.
Seattle Architect & Designer
Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
create a look like this in the corner out back....meandering thru my Herb Garden to get there
design of tree sites and use of stones
Lower back garden , build as part of the drive way
japanese tea-garden vibe.
Landscaping with contemporary design
landsdowne garden...rock garden trim...Front garden...Small garden...geometric garden.
Cultivart Landscape Design
rendered garden beds
Vegetable garden edges
entry garden...alian garden...beach garden...subtropical garden...tropical garden...Landscape Design...Front garden...plant garden back...for side garden...garden, trail
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
koi pond with hidden modern waterfall
type of plant garden backdrop
steps design for koi viewing
ISLAND MODERN - GREAT ENTRANCE
for your garden. It pairs nicely with the cooler greens in your landscape and can help soften hardscaping, such as this concrete wall.
A bright chartreuse wall pops in this garden but also looks like a natural part of the landscape.
Nice garden pond...Beautiful garden...Modern pond...green, modern...water garden...sland Modern...aquatic garden...water garden
it is a walled garden - privacy! and the raised bed around the perimeter
pool and raised garden beds
WALLED GARDEN WITH FLOWER BEDS
Like the wall garden.
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garden on the side...Private garden...garden wall...garden wall...mid century modern
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
and the designer perfectly balances the bright orange textiles, natural wood furniture and raised beds filled with foliage plants. Variations of orange range from terra-cotta to peach to coral; you don't have to use a hypnotic orange on its own.
Living space, casual yet modern.
The raised garden bed
smplicity modern design
love d garden...Garden beds...backyard design...Garden design
The Hampton Backyard
Nice mix of grass and raised gardens off the patio
garden boxes, patio off of the deck, large grass area
This home appears under exterior in the idea book. That photo didn't show the raised garden bed seen here. A big, grassy area for kids and dogs is a good fit.
sky with garden raised beds
Garden back of house
Raised vegetable garden
Yard and garden...raised garden beds...Garden and backyard...garden boxes...edible garden
approach. The garden blends into the scenery, rather than competing with it. Tip: Plant more formal and nonnative plants near the house, as was done here, and use the natives on the garden edges as a transition to the” “landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into the scenery, rather than competing
on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.”
mountain garden, penstemons and sedums take center stage. In the higher mountain elevations, plants are tucked into the available soil, usually between rocks and trees, rather than being densely packed like in the more open prairie spaces. This landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into
on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.