180 garden flower Craftsman Home Design Photos

Hutten & Co Landscaping
1 Review
Huron Shores
Ideabooks34
Questions0
raised perennial garden
Stone framed flower beds
Garden Entry/path
“Stone framed flower beds” — cozyotter
Natural Garden Landscape Design & Build
1 Review
Salvaged Lumber Garden Structure
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Natural Garden Landscape Design & Build
Natural Garden Landscape Design & Build
Salvaged Lumber Garden Structure
Garden Structure...Ecological Garden
Gardenart Group
3 Reviews
A no-mow lawn in Portola Valley
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The antique urn rests quietly among the Birch trees that were saved from the previous garden. The so-called no-mow actually gets cut twice a year in order to look it's best.. Photo- Chris Jacobson, GardenArt Group
environmental gardening
sculpture in the garden
garden sculpture...Garden Entry/path
Gardenart Group
3 Reviews
A no-mow lawn in Portola Valley
Ideabooks0
Questions1
walkway leads through the no-mow lawn toward the front door. Pyroclastic stone balls come from the Richard Gervais Collection. Photo- Chris Jacobson, GardenArt Group
environmental garden design
environmental gardening
tolerant gardens...garden sculpture...Garden Entry/path
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
California Craftsman Hillside Garden
Ideabooks8
Questions0
Nice mix of lawn, flower beds and matching stone
California Craftsman Hillside Garden
“Nice mix of lawn, flower beds and matching stone” — smith36830
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
California Craftsman Hillside Garden
Ideabooks28
Questions0
flower beds lined w/ stone that matches stone used in house
California Craftsman Hillside Garden
“front” — sjlooney
Gardenart Group
3 Reviews
A no-mow lawn in Portola Valley
Ideabooks0
Questions0
ing dry-stacked wall was made from stone left over from building retaining walls in the rear garden. These were meant to stop cars from driving onto the grass... and they work! Photo- Chris Jacobson, GardenArt Group
environmental gardening
garden antiques...garden sculpture
Gardenart Group
3 Reviews
A historic Palo Alto craftsman
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Vegetables and herbs grow next to the kids playing field. The deck provides views of the fun below. photos-Chris Jacobson, GardenArt Group
Kid-friendly gardens
raised vegetable gardens
Edible Gardens...Vegetable Garden
“planters” — Carol Mahida
“Black-Eyed Egg" This piece began as a close-up of some of the Black-Eyed Susans in my New England garden. Flowers are forever fascinating and this...
I made this piece for a friend that will use it in her Garden club flower show April 27th. After that, I'm putting it up for auction to benefit Palmer...
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