21,291 flower bed Landscape Design Photos

Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
White Garden in tulip splendor
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planting beds. The white tulips provide the spring display in the central beds.
formal beds for early spring color.
white flowers?
“Azaleas bordered by walkway, option to use no grass, and set off areas with evergreen and filled wit” — cammie65
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Elegance Restored
Ideabooks83
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lamp post bed featuring 'Avalanche' reed grass, 'Happy Returns' daylily, 'Autumn Joy' sedum and 'Purple Pavement' shrub rose. Westhauser Photography
lamp post bed featuring 'Avalanche' reed grass, 'Happy Returns' daylily, 'Autumn Joy' sedum and 'Purple Pavement' shrub rose.
The grouping of the flowers behind
“backyard” — amydarnell
Van Zelst Inc
3 Reviews
Lake Geneva, WI Residence (A)
Ideabooks108
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Love the river bed, bridge, and trees
bridge flowers...river bed...rock river bed
“view” — fathemeh
Bushmaster Landscape Inc
2 Reviews
Stone Work
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Rock bed and stone is such a great idea for low maintenance yard.
Large moss rock beds
flower bed
“Use of rock and grasses” — dianegwilliams
Leslie Rohrer
Carter Rohrer Co.
Ideabooks567
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Plants in bed on the lower right
Take the white flowers out and this would do for the front. There is a little gradation in height, which we like.
Landscaped Bed
“boxwood” — jvaudia4
Land Plus Associates, Ltd
3 Reviews
Courtyard Manor
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Flowers (hydrangeas???) and tight grass plants
Snowball bushes in raised bed
blooming bed...Hydrangea Beds
“Love” — margieschutter
cita
Landscape
Ideabooks74
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Guinea bed mounded or do they naturally grow this tall? Did you pinch the plants in the front?
No, the bed is not mounded. It just so happens that the way the sun moves across the sky and our house shades some of the plants, the ones in the back get more sun and grow taller.
These flowers would thrive onraised beds on the island, so long as there's tons of shade!!
“Big leaf plant n the red ones” — jesquivel4
David Feix Landscape Design
Drager rear garden slope at steps
Ideabooks658
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mixed bed in grays and blues retain moderate slope and transition between more formal garden living spaces and the more natural woodland at the back of the property.
Creeping jenny in mixed perennial bed
entry bed...Garden flowers
“nummulaires dorées couvre-sol” — jmorin
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