5,273 arbor Landscape Design Photos

Liquidscapes
10 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks1,258
Questions4
beautiful wood arbor with climbing roses create the doorway into the rear yard and terrace.
This arbor has the exact details I'm looking for and I would like to see it in the context of its surroundings. Thanks!
Pretty rose arbor - something like this could be used outside the reading room - White trellis with climbing pink-tinted
like the arbor with climbing roses
arbor and path connecting back patio and parking pad
wood arbor with climbing roses create the doorway No gate so open entry.
“frames the gate” — hyshka73
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
Cole Residence
Ideabooks13,787
Questions2
for this arbor? If so how do I get a set?
Need an arbour in the yard
perfect arbor but I saw it and thought that its simplicity and scale was worth sharing.
is an arbor, which is more like a passageway with trellises on the sides to let vines weave in and out.
5. Mark an entrance. Arbors make great focal points. As an alternative to traditional wood, which needs regular upkeep, look for structures made from a white composite material, like Azek, for
“Arbor” — mdchintz
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks2,473
Questions1
Front yard arbor-use rocks for base of pillars
cute rustic arbor for circle garden
good rock and wood arbor or entrance gateway
an arbor over the sidewalk with a small fence!!
arbor with gate - secret garden arch instead of a door
love the arbor with a gate
love this arbour look w/ roses
clematis and rose combo on a gate arbor
rose-covered arbor and stone pathway leads into a mysterious backyard. The design is part English garden, part country home.
Consider and arbor and a gate. Here are some other ideabooks that show off these garden structures: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4529/list/Through-the-Garden-Gate http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4762/list/Under-the-Pergola
“Would make a great entrance into our garden” — Claire Stainton
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
21 Reviews
Perennial Planting Design in New Jersey
Ideabooks3,568
Questions1
fence & arbor that I installed, encloses the children's play area. In front of the fence is a small perennial bed in bloom late spring/early summer. I used Astilbe, Lilliies, Daisy, Heuchera and in the front an annual called Lobelia. This landscape design project is located in Bergen County, New Jersey
paint MY arbor the same color - it' was very inspirational to me! thank you!
I designed and my crew installed this fence and arbor.
Like the arched arbor and gate
Attractive entrance with arbor and gate.
White picket fence and arbor entrance garden
traditional with arbor to match. goes with style of house?
“Arbor” — edharbert
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
Ideabooks8,658
Questions3
gorgeous arbor! I need a large grape arbor at my new house---have a heartfelt need and longing to recreate my family's ties to Tuscany. Grazie/Thanks, bostonlady13
What I would like for the grape arbor out in the corals
Like the idea of growing grapes over the arbor, although don't necessarily want to kill what is already there.
How cool would it be to have a grape arbor?
over an arbor with seating underneath. Imagine sitting in the shade on a warm day and simply reaching up to pick a handful of ripe grapes. Or better yet, sipping wine; it's certainly an appropriate use of the space. Just be sure to choose a surface beneath the arbor that fallen grapes won't permanently
large arbor for a cornucopia of fresh fruit.Vines are not the only fruit that can be trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola.Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where
“Grape arbor” — Linda Stern
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
Ideabooks1,095
Questions0
The Arbor Refuge An arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you can make it more
Overhead arbor for side of house?
Arbors are great for growing grapes and creating a special look in a special
could build arbor with gate for lattice fence
arbor seating area with vines for extra shelter
An arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you
The Arbor RefugeAn arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings
“fence” — lindaarbiter
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
15 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,226
Questions0
inexpensive arbor upon which to grow vines or even
An arbor for into the garden.
Rebar and wire for a arbor
Just the type of arbor I'm looking for-cheap and custom. :)
or an arbor. In an application similar to the gabion, rebar and agricultural wire can be used to build an inexpensive arbor upon which to grow vines or even a weeping tree. Be advised that rust may stain any substrate underneath it.Rust is generally not harmful to plants unless the soil pH is lower than
“Walkway and garden” — sandy100
Nancy Van Natta Associates
4 Reviews
Beach Cottage Renovation for Aging in Place
Ideabooks3,398
Questions3
on the arbor were here when we took over the house and we managed to save them. They're a combination of Cecil Bruner roses and what I call white potato vine. The rose is an old fashioned variety and it is just lovely with clusters of perfect pink blossoms and a beautiful scent. The "potato vine" is
Short double gate and fence in front of arbor
Little fenced impending area and arbor
1. Arbors. There is something very charming and quaint about a front-yard arbor. It not only says, "Welcome"; it seems to holler, "Come on in and visit for a while!" Arbors can accent a cottage, but they can also set off a more contemporary house — it's all in the materials. A rose-topped white lattice
vibe. The arbor and plant material offer a one-two punch.Tip: Resist the urge to overplant your arbor — check the size of the vine you plan to grow on it and plant accordingly. If you are in love with a more diminutive vine, you may need to plant one on either side of the arbor, but only plant one if it's
“Fence design” — willia1
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