21,151 Color Changing Landscape Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
Ideabooks2,123
Questions1
lovely combination of foliage and colour!
Contrast colour - hostas & heucheras
Full - variety in green texture and color
Texture and color combo wiyh plants
Use plants with large foliage or structure to change your sense of scale. This garden works for our discussion on several levels. First, this stacked-stone wall with a seat is embedded into a hill in a front yard, effectively creating a fort. It brings the viewer closer to eye level with the plants,
“Texture and color combo wiyh plants” — amybrandt
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
7 Reviews
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
Ideabooks19
Questions0
This is a garden that doesn't take itself too seriously. A place to unwind and watch the seasons change.
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
Nice colours...texture and color
“Nice colours” — mollyh59
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
7 Reviews
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
Ideabooks56
Questions0
This is a garden that doesn't take itself too seriously. A place to unwind and watch the seasons change.
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
“door!!!” — Kerri Braden Fleisher
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
7 Reviews
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
Ideabooks52
Questions0
This is a garden that doesn't take itself too seriously. A place to unwind and watch the seasons change.
Gary Kernick/Change of Seasons
color in the garden...Change of Seasons
“Plant arrangement with pot in the corner” — ipscf
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,916
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Love the gravel path and the intermittent stones. Would love something like this for back area but also want a bit of color in there. Really want Owen to have room to explore a bit but want it to look nice from a distance as well
To control erosion. If you have a slope or grade change in your landscape but would prefer not to create terraces with retaining walls, boulders can be strategically added to keep soil in place. Large boulders
To control erosion. If you have a slope or grade change in your landscape but would prefer not to create terraces with retaining walls, boulders can be strategically added to keep soil in place. Large boulders
“boulders” — vivshoemaker
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks1,713
Questions0
great frilly flower bright vibrant colour!
Color! Sneezeweed / Helenium 'Mardi Gras' - a late summer and fall brilliantly colored tall bloomer.
Mardi Gras sneezeweed is a total exhibitionist. I love it for its brazen colors, which scream, "Look at me!"Far from being a simple orange daisy, this perennial has a stiff skirt of downward-curving petals splashed wildly with golden yellow that seem to push forward the dark mounding center cones. As
“Helenium mardi gras le jardinet” — absrx7
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
Ideabooks2,334
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Dazzle With Fall Color Red Hot Poker
Color I love for torch lily
love the look and color of these plant. check
produce stems topped with colorful clustered flowers in summer. The colors and density of the flowers give them an almost glowing appearance and very accurately portray the common names. With shades ranging from orange to yellow, coral to red, and even green to near white, color options are expansive. Heights
“ember glow flower” — Lucile Rense
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Glencoe Garden
Ideabooks3,264
Questions3
A lush traditional garden full of perennial color, built along the rear lot lines of this Glencoe home.
Lawn merges to beds with various heights and colors. Backdrop contains trees of differing shapes and habits and colors.
Garden is splendid. Love the colors and layout
Love the colors and clean look
all the color for back yard
like the cottage garden feel with the coneflowers, purple (lavender?) etc. lots of green, but lots of color.
all the color and mature plants
lines. It's difficult to miss the focal point to the left. Notice your emotional response to this garden as compared with the previous one. Bright color in a portion of your garden, whether through plants or a painted bench or pergola, will give you a burst of energy when you need it most.
“Lush” — pov59
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