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Princeton Design Collaborative
slats and vertical posts, which we could use to grow vines (ivy, grapes, flowers)
Garden framework...Garden-grape leaves...garden wall idea...fern garden!...garden bench...vertical garden
Sandberg Design LLC
Remodel Sierra Madre
scented climbing roses would fill the bill nicely. Try to find the most secluded spot in your garden for the oasis — perhaps behind a fluffy bamboo tree and down a pea gravel path, or tucked against an ivy-covered garden wall.More: 8 Bohemian Bedrooms Trek Effortlessly Into Style
ivy-covered white stucco wall, this pea-gravel-covered patio is just the spot for daydreaming. Garden visitors can settle in on one of these curvy, pillow-topped chaises, smell the climbing roses and enjoy the fluttering of the bamboo in the breeze.
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
California Wild Grape adorning a doorway at a private residence.
Vitis 'Roger's Red' aka Calif. wild grape....click "more info" under pic.
Rogers Grape perfect for new overhang and deck.
Vitis "Roger's Red" aka Calif. wild grape
'Roger's Red' aka Calif. wild grape.
Shade area by the pool. Love this color combo - Distinct, ornamental and unfussy, Vitis 'Roger's Red' is a lush deciduous grapevine that provides a strong garden frame and a spectacular garden accent, revealing something new every season
Beautiful. Roger's Red California Grape. Cut back in the winter.
Calif. wild grape....click "more info" under pic.
Vitis 'Roger's Red' aka Calif. wild grape
red vine called california grape vine
(vitis'roger's red') - roger's california grape
Huettl Landscape Architecture
Maybe along the garden fence, grape vines
fence by Biff's maybe 1/2 the heighth for grapes
Garden walkway...garden ideas
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
Prospect Heights Row House
prolific vines with Concord grapes) is filled with green. “I wanted it to be incredibly lush,” says Sherman. “One of the surprising pleasures of the house is that I love gardening — I never expected to like it as much as I do.”
vines with Concord grapes) is filled with green. “I wanted it to be incredibly lush,” says Sherman. “One of the surprising pleasures of the house is that I love gardening — I never expected to like it as much as I do.”
The partially trellised garden (the trellis supports grape vines) is filled with
with greenery. ‘I wanted it to be incredibly lush,’ says Sherman. ‘One of the surprising pleasures of the house is that I love gardening - I never expected to like it as much as I do.’
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favorite is a dark foliaged grape."
Walk way made by the raised garden
Grapes would vine well here, too.
Pyracantha that are espaliered on the main house," Henry says. "There are several vines clambering over the trellis, but my favorite is a dark foliaged grape."
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
I love wisteria but the grape will work for my new pergola. Grapes need a lot of water and take about 3 years to produce fruit but worth the wait! There is a great article in Houzz, "How to Start
structure) in our area for carpenter ants. Just off house would be OK. Grapes, not wisteria (sp?).
outdoor space could be a page right out of a book on medieval Renaissance gardens. Walkways lined with vine-covered pergolas were very common in these types of outdoor areas, and they provide gorgeous inspiration for our gardens, too!