476 vines Eclectic Home Design Photos

Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,713
Questions3
Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
I always like when vines grow on sides of houses
Vines and flowers add so much...p vine...LOVE vines on a building...Vine covered...vine/ rock...love the vines...garden pots and vines
“photo for the wall to add color” — kmccabe95
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks2,662
Questions1
fence with vining plants open lattice spacing
trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
Belgian Espalier vines...Garden espalier w/vines...Vine trained on lattice pattern....vines espalier'd on a fence
“сад_калитка” — natali09sv
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Vibrant Hideaway
Ideabooks1,483
Questions2
Nice idea for vine on the broken tree limbs
vine trellis...climbing vines...using driftwood for climbing vines
“Ver el detalle del terminado de Marcos de las ventanas y techo por abajo” — Evelin Meneses
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Garden Room Entrance.
Ideabooks898
Questions0
My simple arbor is planted not with a vine but with a weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichum
Climbing vines make beautiful secret gardens.
with a vine but with a weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9). M
bald cypress instead of ivy or other vine for an
Conifer, dwarf weeping shrubs. Same effect w wisteria or other vines left to weep. Maintenance needed.
the box to create a sense of mystery. My simple arbor is planted not with a vine but with a weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA
“weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9)” — Barbara Du Mond
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Seattle Organic Garden
Ideabooks181
Questions1
Vines are underutilized in the home landscape and are a great way
Kiwi Vine Actinidia arguta. edible fruit
Kiwi vine/ possible pergola in back or arch gate on side
Kiwi berry vine (hardy to zone 4) grows in clay soil (and produces edible berries).
The hardy kiwi vine (Actinidia arguta) is pictured here on a wooden pergola. It’s hardy to zone 4 and produces edible fruit.
Vines are underutilized in the home landscape and are a great way to add dimension to the garden without a ton of work. The hardy kiwi vine (Actinidia
Evergreen, arctic and hardy kiwi vines climb vibrantly up the balcony columns and across a diagonal arbor, creating a dense canopy overhead. “When you
“kiwi vine (Actinidia arguta)” — Nani Sa
Twinkle and Whistle
8 Reviews
The Old Rented Cottage
Ideabooks474
Questions0
Trumpet vine/ Flame vine: native of S America
landscape, both in the desert and through our flora. This trumpet vine (also known as a flame vine) is a South American native, yet it grows extremely well in
a laundry and an outdoor loo that’s covered in a beautiful orange trumpet vine, the flowers of which fall to the ground to create a burnt orange carpet
“Vines Roses?” — paulkoulouris
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Porch and Pool
Ideabooks2,480
Questions4
May I ask what's that leafy vine climbing on the columns? Thanks
granidella creeper on the kitchen side wall of the veranda with a katoba vine over the top.
like the vines and painted floor...vines growing up posts / red furniture...big leaf vines...cedar porch posts with vines...The red and the vine
“POOL” — wendyparker71
PAGE | DUKE Landscape Architects
3 Reviews
Courtyard Vistas
Ideabooks2,793
Questions3
The cool shade. The arched pergola covered in vines is beautiful
Front patio with pergola over and honeysuckle vine or jasmine
middle of yard, acient look, vines...vines everywhere...Vine covered pergola
“Vines” — cheveldayoff
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