1,173 shaped hedge Asian Home Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a 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
journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a 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
“Wood fence in back” — jonklopf
Tim Davies Landscaping
Burns Beach
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globe hedge
harmonic shapes
“Gate” — coricyp
Metal Roof Network
Chinese Tea House, Boston, MA
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hedge planters
“sitting buddha” — joseuy
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Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
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Backyard Zen
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That is an existing English Laurel hedge.
Tall hedges
“Simplicity” — 1sirena
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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small water feature
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Use of materials/shapes on the ground
“maybe a solution for a walking path from parking to deck stairs & basement deck & Patio. plus lighte” — mklseattle
Bio Friendly Gardens
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Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
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are key to imaginative play. Not only are multiple centers for play a great idea, but fun pathways to get there are as well. Multicolored or oddly shaped pavers can be fun for kids to hope around on. Think rocks, stumps or pebbles to encourage a game of "avoid the lava." You can easily add these materials
“Stone & gravel” — dave57
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
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Photo by Sadamu Saitoh
“Corner Shades” — shootcaloy
Michael Glassman & Associates
24 Reviews
Michael Glassman Designs
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Planter with hedge plant
“Plants” — selmawillis
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