8,567 front garden landscaping Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Mediterranean Exterior
pow... landscape job
Front garden street landscaping
landscaping. stone/stucco mix
beautiful hillside front yard landscape
Entry landscape Mediterranean
Stairs, landscaping.
Entry with landscaping
front door...Landscape, stone...Plants in the front...Wow! Landscaping...and landscape...Front yard...Landscape 2...My front yard...hillside garden...Landscape: Desert...Boulder landscape
“Rock border on stairs, lighting” — sbharline
Desert Foothills Gardens
2 Reviews
Outdoor Living at it's best
this would be nice in front of windows
well with front yard look on our stucco home
landscape low maintenance
Simple landscaping. Rocky "mulch" material
front garden...Landscape clusters...low water garden...Desert landscape...Cactus garden...garden divider...Tiered garden bed...desert landscape...Foothills Gardens
“Walkway” — Faith Kutter
Elements Landscape Inc
6 Reviews
Tuscan home and landscape
Elements Landscape Inc
entrance and front yard
front garden
home and landscape...Mediterrean garden
“curvy and natural stone design” — weiwu08
Courtland Building Company Inc.
Courtland Building Company New Home Construction
Ideas for front gardens
“exterior color” — amyandpaul
Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
11 Reviews
it in a landscape project HOUZZ inspired.......
sorry, the landscape architect specified the materials but could be easily identified by using a western region plant reference guide
creeping thyme or Irish moss. we did not spec the landscape materials, that info came from the landscape architect
walkway under arbor in veg garden
An herb garden like this could make a nice transition between the more formal landscape and the native/natural areas.
The garden space, low stone walls would provide some passive heat retention (a plus at the beginning and end of the season).
Small walk-through her garden with stone pathway.
on your garden layout. Do you want a separate herb garden? Your options include a formal design, such as a knot garden, or a more casual garden bed. Should the herbs be in a series of containers, maybe on a patio outside the kitchen, where they’ll be readily accessible? Do you want to use some as a ground
“walls and plants and design” — chigiybinell
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
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veg/fruit as part of the landscape
veggie garden. Stake plants regularly to optimize the plant’s exposure to sunlight, enhance air circulation, keep fruits and vegetables out of the soil (where pests and plagues are lying in wait), and to make harvesting easier.
“garden ideas” — DHD ventures
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
talented landscape architect, Curt Arnette of Sitio Design (Austin, Texas) it is comprised of a base of decomposed granite topped with 1-1/2" of 3/8" pea gravel.
Great way to put the veggie garden in the landscaping.
low stone garden planters with edge for seating
elevated gardening is easier on back
Raised planter beds, ideas for a lawn free garden.
of the garden world. They can easily fit into nearly any style of garden, depending upon the type of rock you use. If you are a handy DIYer, you may be able to complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew to install the beds properly. Pros: Masonry can
designer or landscape architect to plan your garden’s makeover, the cost can start at $1,500 for a planting scheme and run higher for a complex plan with more design elements. If you remove the lawn yourself using one of the methods described below, you’ll save the cost of demolition; otherwise plan to spend
“Garden beds” — melodybrue
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
gravel garden Martin Residence Cardiff by the Sea, Ca
housewares/garden store in north San Diego but says it was the only one available.
if you look at the leaves of the plant you will notice that they are grass like, in this case a Liriope, and not the leaves of a salvia species. I am the landscape designer that designed and
shaped front courtyard instead of a backyard.
Lovely idea for a small garden
Maybe wall side yard? Container garden etc...
pathway with feature in front of fence
Using my very unscientific analysis method, I’d say this garden is 40 percent space and 60 percent stuff — hence the more intimate appearance. The garden has an obvious central axis, and the garden elements on each side of the imaginary line mirror one another. With the exception of
“Love the gravel” — melodybrue
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