343 bunk beds Asian Landscape Design Photos

Tim Davies Landscaping
Burns Beach
Ideabooks3,196
Questions2
Flower beds made from di bunk beds wood
walls with fencing an raised flower beds
wooden garden bed, different wall surfaces
raised bed
“wood ceiling with lights (for trellis off house and pool house area??” — dcbrockmeyer
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks9,243
Questions6
What type of material was used to create the raised beds?
rr tie bed with water feature surrounded by plants
Raised beds made from concrete ????
can be very pleasing to the eye. The wide edging of these beds accentuates the square and frames the formal, almost architectural, plantings within.The strength and simplicity of the square appears perfect when it is used as a planter or raised bed, where it balances the loose plantings beyond.More: Geometry
“Keep landscaping low where we don't want view blocked.” — pcmom1
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
Ideabooks3,781
Questions1
The garden is defined by a series of rock walls holding raised gardens beds and a winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over into the path, working with the twisting trail to obscure a traveler’s view and create a sense of mystery around the bend.
Live the dry stack stone beds.
I like the use of raised beds.
love the stone wall of the beds
“path” — sachisnana
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks1,532
Questions0
raised garden bed, looks like concrete
Raised Bed planters, square geometries mixed with arid landscape - could work for front of house too"
Raised Bed planters, square geometries mixed with arid landscape - could work for front of house too.
Raised cement flower beds
raised beds with pathways
Great raised planter beds
interesting raised beds
raised beds...raised bed
“Mass plantings equal bigger impact.” — pcmom1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks12,870
Questions6
decking style, cement beds. beds to match stucco
Raised garden beds in porch!
Garden raised beds...clean look
raised bed / material mix
Pattern from deck's quilted direction and raised beds are planted in crop rows mimicking the borrowed agricultural landscape in the distance. Beyond that native and "nativesque" plants mimic the dunes.
Garden beds...bench by flower bed...raised bed
“Deck color” — jolady43
Envision Landscape Studio
9 Reviews
San Francisco
Ideabooks782
Questions2
Beds & fencing. Use of grass / border
Raised beds, back fence
Raised bed inspiration
w/ raised bed...fence w/ raised bed...Side planting bed
“Grass in lower container” — ceverstine
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks834
Questions0
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance
vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge. This bridge over a dry creek bed is a clear point of departure for the upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this
This bridge over a dry creek bed is a clear point of departure for the upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this
“Bridge over dry creek” — lorrainewelch
Great Lakes Landscape Design
Asian Inspired
Ideabooks10,022
Questions6
invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread
Raised beds so you can trim roots every couple
shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen. But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread.
shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen. But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread.More ideas for gardening with bamboo
“pathway” — lenalouie
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