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Traditional Landscape
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each other will give your bed a gradation of shades. Think of it as the ombré look for the garden.
gradation of shades. Think of it as the ombré look for the garden.
next to each other will give your bed a gradation of shades. Think of it as the ombré look for the garden
next to each other will give your bed a gradation of shades. Think of it as the ombré look for the garden.
two-color combination. A complementary color scheme, meaning the primary shades are opposite or almost opposite each other on the color wheel (such as the
Just what I want my back garden to look
“Colors” — jduser
Suzman Design Associates
9 Reviews
Tudor Restoration
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This garden is beautiful. What is the tree in the center?
I like the idea of a trellis entrance to the garden.
Arched entrance to veg garden! Yes!...middle of veggie garden...Raised garden beds...Raised gardens...Raised vegetable gardens...Garden path...Looking thru to the garden...Secret garden...Great garden...Raised garden...Garden boxes...Arch for garden...arch to the garden...entrance to garden
“raised beds and central garden” — ccbaker
Watermark Landscapes
7 Reviews
Littleton Renovation
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A view of the billowing vegetable gardens.
Do you have squash in the raised garden? How do you keep it from spreading outside the wall
pressure treated or stained or what? How do you keep all the stones in the garden? Care? Thanks!
I am loving this . I'd love to recreate this in my tropical garden. I have lots of concerns regarding termites getting into the wood. Any
13. Plant an edible garden. Even with just a small amount of outdoor space, you can grow a few pots of veggies, like lettuces and peppers. If you have
way to eat fresh and healthy, and if you get your kids involved in the garden planning, it can entice picky eaters to try veggies they otherwise wouldn’t
Pergola that doubles as shade area
“Very garden” — anniemu
Scenic Landscaping
1 Review
Vibrant Garden Backyard
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Lush and vibrant Garden backyard. Photo by Heather Knapp
Gorgeous garden color. No view though.
Partial shade...rounded garden and edging...Sun garden...Perennial gardens...Garden ideas...Flower garden...My garden...the garden...The garden. The flowers...Side pick garden...Borders in a big garden...Vibrant Garden Backyard
“path” — wendyaronica
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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Could you tell me the different types of grasses used? I love this garden!!
Those are not grasses actually. We used common garden chives and a specialty daylily in this garden to have a nice textural impact in the perennial border
these birches in hot, dry microclimates. They can tolerate full sun to partial shade; the USDA recommends planting them in a location on the north or east
different shades of purple, are always a good choice, or you can go crazy with a mix of purple tulips. Irises, with their many different shades of purple
A narrow gravel walkway through the herb garden channels the view to a grove of existing paper birch trees. "These beautiful trees serve as living sculptures
purple, are always a garden stalwart, but also consider the various purples offered by early spring bloomers, like crocus and grape hyacinth.
“Allium” — Verdant Grounds
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
tree to the left ? I am in the process of planting some trees in my garden for some shade. And need some ideas.
curves of this garden draw you into the composition immediately. The charming arbor draws you in deeper and promises access to the garden that can be seen
whether this is the case. More: 4 Steps to the Perfect GardenLay of the Landscape: Natural Garden StyleFind a pro: Landscape architects | Landscape designers
geometric garden beds and toward serpentine shapes. In this case, the arch of the arbor leading into a secondary "room" echoes the curve of the garden beds
admire the garden's sensory gifts.The second curvaceous detail emerges in the distance — an arbor that acts as a doorway to the hidden garden beyond. This
“Outdoor rooms” — henderchickens
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Casual Elegance in Westchester County, NY
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ever-changing journey given the blossom-filled, year-around-splendiferous gardens that now hug the walkway and stretch out to the property lines. Soft evergreen
evergreen hedges and billowing flowering shrubs muffle street noise, giving the garden within a sense of embrace. A fully functional (and frequently used) convenient
“Flowers and green leaves” — nektir
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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I have a new build with need of starting a garden
many varieties and Bleeding Heart for spring colour. All are hardy shade to semi shade plants. Some tolerate more sun. You've only to research to see how
permitting, to determine the outlines of your garden borders. You can easily do this by laying out a garden hose or spraying chalk where the borders of the
Use curved bed lines. While straight bed lines fit well into a formal garden, they can be much too rigid for your go-to space. Indeed, they may hinder
2. Repeat key elements. The use of a key element repeated throughout a garden gives it peaceful continuity. This technique is especially effective when
The garden is in southern Maine...Leads you down the garden path
“Jardin exterieure” — Pierre Michel DUBERY
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