98 perennials flower garden Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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BedsWhen soil was composed of hard clay or sand, raised beds were often the solution. Simply piling new fertile soil in a raised bed creates an instant garden without backbreaking double digging.
Boxes for garden veg
Expand the side garden
support the garden box
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“Bark” — marey010
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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use en masse in a garden. Here, using muted yellows from the cooler end of the yellow spectrum works as a background for the brighter colors of the euphorbias and holds the composition together.
these are all terms we use to describe that zesty shade we have come to love in our gardens. Here the flowering bracts of spurge (Euphorbia sp) burst into color like a wild bouquet, their color repeated by the flowering kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos sp) and assorted golden grasses. This combination is successful
Mediterranean, South Africa or California, are a sure bet for success. The heat-loving shrubs in the garden above include Mediterranean Spurge (euphorbia) with its lime green flower heads, along with yellow-flowering Australian kangaroo-paw.
“Great front yard plantings” — chelseahadley
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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containers can be a unique approach to raised beds. I like the idea of a vegetable and herb garden in an array of terracotta pots strewn across the deck or landscape. http://www.houzz.com/photos/15121/Blasen-Gardens-mediterranean-landscape-san-francisco For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless
If you are looking to create raised beds or container gardens in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see that you can easily go with wood — redwood, ipe, or other
planters can almost double as seat walls or be incorporated into a hillside retaining wall. http://www.houzz.com/photos/33583/Stonecroft---A-modern-Garden-contemporary-landscape-other-metros http://www.houzz.com/photos/38663/Haynie-Residents-asian-landscape-san-luis-obispo
“low growing, bright green” — suryaf
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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This is Euphorbia chiracias wulfenii a great mediterranean perennial.
Euphorbia chiracias - a Mediterranean perennial Plant at bottom left hand side of photo - Carex testacea
change in textures on steps plus garden
including gray, brown and green, provide a perfect backdrop for other colors. This is especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take the front of stage against the gray garden framework of paving, fencing or walls. Here spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) and New Zealand
“poured concrete steps” — mwge
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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concrete flower/plant bed along fence line (?)
Why use a straight line when you can make it zigzag? I love these stair-step raised planters that create a dynamic edge to this gravel garden. The zigs and zags of the retaining wall are more than functional — they're an important design ingredient. Moreover, this approach creates bonus planting
“do concrete planters with gravel 5 inch edge along base” — smithfieldhome
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
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as I looked at the star, I realized what millions of other people have realized when looking at stars. We're tiny." — Danny Wallace Guests to this garden find themselves among dauntingly large trees, to remind them just how tiny they are.See more of this landscape
Flower bed...Garden and patio...circle garden...Main garden
“We could do something like this to our backyard in the corner!” — senglert30
Laidlaw Schultz architects
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I love the look to this and wondering if you could convert this look into a rain garden?
Gorgeous little koi pond. Love the flower with the purple blooms. What kind of plant is that?
Water can complement any type of garden
Water feature with beautiful flowering plants
Garden water feature
The flowers in the water
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“Water feature for backyard” — juliadavies0823
Kaylovesvintage
Garden
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flowers & cat - flowers and doxie
Great terazz with flowers in a basket and pottery
Garden entrance to dining room
flowers and landscaping
gorgeous garden space
Yard de flower...Cozy garden...garden chair...Garden green spacei
“rocker” — stparkes
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