2,321 layered Landscape Design Photos

Executive Landscape
3 Reviews
Novi Front Landscape Redesign
Ideabooks10,992
Questions5
For Amy- layering of plants in front of house
Texture and layers of landscaping
layered hedge...Layered hedges...Layered look
“Ideas for corner garden” — dedemcguire
BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
1 Review
Paradise Valley - Saguaro 2012
Ideabooks2,413
Questions2
layered plantings against wall, for family room wall
The three layers in the low set garden bed.
Layering - ligustrum in back; pittsporum and trees in middle; boxwood and annuals in front
layers of landscaping
layered plants along
Layered hedges...3 layered affect...Layered landscape
“Lasani” — renakoul
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks1,379
Questions0
Layering can take on an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual
Layering can take on an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show.
Layering can take on an abundant, natural
Layering can take on an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show
“nice and colourful” — robinnigel
Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.
Shades of Summer
Ideabooks1,802
Questions2
The layered planting scheme along the front porch was designed to focus attention on the front porch and complement the existing paver walk. The suggestion to paint the posts, chinoiserie railing and porch trim a dark gray color added a dimension of sophistication to the simple frame house. Photography
Low hedge around loose plantings, layering
“The shape of Portchgees roof” — Karen Airulla
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks2,527
Questions4
What are the 3 layers of plants by the gazebo?
Pachysandra is the low ground cover in front Boxwood hedging forms the middle ground and hydrangea with their large white blossoms form the tallest layer. So even in just 3-4 feet a lot of depth can be created
layering a lot of depth with 3 layers
3 layers of green: Pachysandra, Boxwood, Hydrangea
Like how they layer the boxwood hedge with a smaller type of landscaping in front of it. I would prefer flowers
Pachysandra is the low ground cover in front Boxwood hedging forms the middle ground and hydrangea with their large white blossoms form the tallest layer. So even in just 3-4 feet a lot of depth can be created Creeping thyme is in between the stones
“白色涼亭” — ag9278
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks42,517
Questions13
layered look with hostas and corabels
layering of plants on a slope
layers of plant heights
“The garden looks good” — marylovescooking
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
Ideabooks801
Questions1
much needed interest. layering of color and texture is extremely well-done here
cement wall then fence - layered look
AFTER: Strong intersecting planes and warm, earthy colors mark the entrance of the home. From the curb to the front door, the entry path is designed as a series of layers. This promotes privacy as well as encourages garden intrigue
intersecting planes and warm, earthy colors mark the entrance of the home. From the curb to the front door, the entry path is designed as a series of layers. This promotes privacy as well as encourages garden intrigue. The protruding concrete wall blends seamlessly with the walls added by Port.
intersecting planes and warm, earthy colors mark the entrance of the home. From the curb to the front door, the entry path is designed as a series of layers. This promotes privacy as well as encourages garden intrigue. The protruding concrete wall blends seamlessly with the walls added by Port. Blueberry
“tree and fence” — travcanuk
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,857
Questions3
joe-pye wee, black-eyed susan, russian sage, silver grass Layering in irregular planting swaths
diversity you have, the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower
Layers. Layering is an often-discussed design concept but one not always achieved. This landscape uses masses of prairie-inspired perennials and ornamental grasses, layered not in rows but in irregular planting swaths to evoke a deep, lavish
diversity you have, the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower
“Flowerd” — rhouse14
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