73 Formal Boxwood parterre. Contemporary Home Design Photos

AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks14,023
Questions8
low boxwood zen garden with white rocks
between the boxwood hedges and the ornamental vase shaped trees; the use of only 3 or 4 types of plants.
Today, the formal parterre garden can be modified to fit any design scheme. We love how this example contains many traditional elements but is comfortable for lounging and contains modern touches that fit with the design scheme of the rest of the house.More:Lay of the Landscape: Traditional Garden Design
clipped boxwood provides "baseboard" detailing, connecting the horizontal and vertical planes with precision.The minimalistic furnishings are all that are needed to complete the scene: Two chaises, placed for impact with lemon-yellow pillows. They visually balance two rounded objects — an oval-clipped
“balls” — kristinehansen
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
Ideabooks1,138
Questions1
planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority. Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
like boxwood, false cypress, dwarf pine and inkberry holly.
planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority.Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
strong formal lines of the retaining walls.More garden weepers and creepers
“Creeping juniper” — stuntchick
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Piedmont
Ideabooks8,814
Questions4
Yaupon holly tree line with boxwoods idea
trees with boxwood mirroring the modern linear design
clipped boxwood balls echo the green, organic shapes of the trees.The cedar fencing is natural rather than painted, silhouetting the sculptural trees; fence boards are aligned horizontally to reinforce the contemporary vibe.
“partition fence” — Sarah Lawfull
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
42 Reviews
Contemporary Landscaping Project
Ideabooks1,020
Questions1
Contemporary formal
Boxwood & edge...Too formal?
“House” — massiexd
Alex Amend Photography
Terrace by Sean Weatherill
Ideabooks23,712
Questions10
green. Boxwoods in planters are ok, not great.
Create a formal garden feel with topiary. Neatly trimmed topiary in identical pots brings the look and feel of a formal garden to a patio. Choose tall, sleek planters like those shown here for a modern look, or try large urns if traditional style is what you love.
“Terrace” — geoelen
Arris Stoneworks Inc
Landscape
Ideabooks1,750
Questions2
with boxwoods , 2 different grasses, and a maple tree
Boxwood in a rustic setting
small boxwoods to fill space
“like the slope, don't like "gumball" shape of some of the shrubs” — haitiart
edgewater design llc
Edgewater Design LLC
Ideabooks5,871
Questions5
urns with boxwood
pots for boxwoods...Formal pool
“Design, rock wall” — wijg38
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
Ideabooks1,805
Questions1
mass. A formal network of paths carves through the landscape, but the single species continues from one side of the path to the other, unchanged.
graminées au parterre
Mix of formal and informal
“狂野与细腻的强烈对比” — huhulala2008
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