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Garden adjoining the outdoor dining area
idea to have the garden seperated from the courtyard by a gate, walled
the separation of the back yard into two areas is great. The dining area becomes cozier and the other space gets it's own function ... veggie garden, play area, reading nook ... it could be anything, perhaps your private campground!
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios
sheltered somewhat even though its USDA Hardiness Zone: 10 - 11 Monrovia states: 'Prefers sheltered locations in courtyards, walled or fenced entry gardens, or planters in the niches of architecture. Particularly lovely when planted against light-colored stucco walls for contrast'. Hope this helps! Drew
Jorge Ulibarri Custom Homes
Piso Fachada y backyard y garden y huerto y rancho
Pedersen Associates - Residential - Pebble Beach, CA
To create your own backyard secret garden, think of using natural walls, such as a garage wall, paths, and shrubs to create little enclaves of privacy. This pathway includes both stone and grass and includes natural shaped shrubs.
create a backyard secret garden
side of house garden pathway...
LOVE the garden path.
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Swimming Pool and Spa
backyard garden design
Inside Out- Interior & Exterior Design
Inside Out - Interior & Exterior Design
Hello--this edging would look so good in my North Florida garden!! I have crushed granite pathways.....but I need some curved edging ideas that are inexpensive and that I would be able to do myself. Thank you so much for the beautiful picture!!
Square garden disguised by meandering paths
Backyard Path with use of decomposed granite
This seems a little too much for the front, maybe more for the backyard
It also looks great with a cutting garden.
Keep it informal. A certain informality defines cottage garden plants, of course, but it also applies to your hardscape. Gravel, pebbles or bark make great choices for paths, for instance. Rather than identical bricks set precisely in mortar, look for