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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Bocce Ball court
Ideabooks45,150
Questions20
What is the thickness of the pavers in your lovely garden?
I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit non toxic rubber compound. This keeps any metal from leaching into the soil. It's a great product and can be
I got some steel plater boxes made for me by sarabistudio.com and now my veggies grow twice as much and my garden looks like a piece of art
a twist on the raised vegetable garden
Bocce ball court next to the herb/tomato garden
this garden the other day when I was looking for bocce ball courts. I love the way the edible plants inhabit the space between the court and the walkway.
One can enjoy a game at this court, then pick a tomato or two for dinner from the edible garden on the way back into the house.
“lovely décor -rose” — lomben
Charles C Hugo Landscape Design
8 Reviews
York Show House 2011
Ideabooks4,312
Questions1
Great vertical gardening idea for a plain wall.
vertical hanging garden
Great easy care garden
Hanging garden...Vertical garden...Wall garden...hanging wall garden...Living garden...Patio garden...YESSSS GARDEN!!!!...GARDEN WALL...more garden walls...Edible Gardens...vertical garden...Vertical garden
“succulents” — joshandbecca
Living Gardens Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Beach Contemporary
Ideabooks30,155
Questions3
I've just created a contemporary garden at my home here in England and used a similar grey for my fences and pergola. I love succulents and my new garden is a lovely south facing sun trap ( not quite California ) ! so will be borrowing your fab
Thanks Anne. Good luck with your garden!
Great idea for garden in small space
narrow beds included for plants and creates an attractive divide, too, but you could achieve a similar look by simply hooking pots onto a courtyard garden wall and growing plants in them.
“love it” — Denise Willard
Bright Green
Outdoor Living Wall
Ideabooks22,825
Questions7
Can you plant edibles on a wall like that? I have a small yard and would love to plant a vegetable/fruit/herb garden.
The pattern within the wall garden
VERTICAL GARDEN - interesting but maybe difficult to create!
vertical garden. Mount one against an existing wall or use one as a wall of its own. Arrange your plantings to create a sculptural centerpiece, as with this succulent garden, or place them haphazardly for a less formal feel.
the final lessons to be learned from the gardens of the past century is the use of a feature or focal point within a small space. Most small gardens are enclosed by a hedge, wall or fence, so they have no natural focal point leading the eye through the garden. A sculpture, water feature or, in this case
“Living wall” — debmac7
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
Ideabooks5,103
Questions3
Architect. I would love to have this used as a training for a group of University of IL. students or an apprentice for the designer who created this French garden-symmetry (Schmechtig). My daughters could plan a wedding on our front lawn, if this dream was ever fulfilled. I can visualize my house at the back
could lead down into my front woods. My drive would be at the left of this picture leading under my present portecochere (so it would NOT be a sunken garden, but elevated) and not leave room for the catmint (which I know already grows in my sunny frontyard). And, the yard to the right of this picture would
“Flowers” — Alice Finley
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks13,810
Questions8
Squares with grass or moss between
plants decorating walls in small gardens
This landscape design's garden arches and pathways remind me of the Chateau's Garden Cottages, which are grouped around a courtyard adjacent to the pool.
This garden exemplifies a good use of the two main groups of plants that can be used to cover and decorate walls. Wall shrubs, such as the Pyracantha
Pyracantha forming the dramatic garden archway, tend to be slower growing than the other group — the climbers. Climbers can be divided into free climbers, such as ivy, that use aerial roots to self-attach, and clingy climbers, such as clematis, which need some sort of exterior support (like a trellis) to
“Stucco color” — Mimi Toro
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
More general images for Houzz.com
Ideabooks3,711
Questions2
southern garden. pleasant, feminine, simple
Nice verandah/garden
Love the feel of yard/garden
Country garden...Irish moss as cover...Pot in garden...garden urn
“covered porch” — ilvp
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
16 Reviews
Gardens
Ideabooks1,226
Questions2
Nice Garden. I like the water.
very desert-like garden...including waterfalls
office garden...Moss rock benches
“bench” — susanconners
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