521 Child's Outdoor Design Photos

The New York Botanical Garden
Floribunda rose
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Rosa Julia Child™ Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Julia child rose yellow & licorice flagrance
Loco rice scented rose, Julia Child.
Julia Child - anise scented rose
julia child licorice scent early summer
Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores. This rose, 'Julia Child', honors its namesake
love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores.This rose, 'Julia Child', honors its namesake well with its golden 4-inch blooms and quaint scent. It's a smaller shrub rose, growing up to 2 1/2 feet tall and wide, and blooming
“Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place;” — Anne Power
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
Ideabooks2,261
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hostas (Hosta cvs, zones 3 to 9) reinforces this perceived scale and, ultimately, creates a child-like vibe that rekindles pleasant memories.
This seating area was designed to create a child-like experience for those who visit. The area was excavated and sunken into the surrounding
perceived scale and, ultimately, creates a child-like vibe that rekindles pleasant memories.
This seating area was designed to create a child-like experience for those who visit. The
and, ultimately, creates a child-like vibe that rekindles pleasant memories.
Create a mood. The best gardens leave a lasting impact on their visitors by creating a mood. Using large foliage is a great way to accomplish this. This seating area was designed to create a child-like experience for those
“spotty dotty mayapple==zones 6 to 9” — sachisnana
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,490
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when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s likely you would love to find a way to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large
when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s likely you would love to find a way to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large
“Fence” — brownleeb
Revive Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Contemporary Craftsman, Pt. Loma
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reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want. 2. Sensory table with shade. If you have preschoolers, you’ve probably spotted a sensory table at your child’s school — these kid-height tables are meant to be filled with water, sand or other materials (like dry beans) that kids will enjoy sticking their little
reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want. . Sensory table with shade. If you have preschoolers, you’ve probably spotted a sensory table at your child’s school — these kid-height tables are meant to be filled with water, sand or other materials (like dry beans) that kids will enjoy sticking their little
reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want.2. Sensory table with shade. If you have preschoolers, you’ve probably spotted a sensory table at your child’s school — these kid-height tables are meant to be filled with water, sand or other materials (like dry beans) that kids will enjoy sticking their little
“chalk board” — ken61neth
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
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should not stand in the way of children’s “risky” play and complex challenges. A child’s ability to understand and manage risk is essential to development, and naturalized environments can be adjusted to suit the child. Consider introducing climbing walls, hills or trees into a playscape.
“slide for teens utilizing the hillside?” — windsurf
Envision Landscape Studio
9 Reviews
Garnet Residence
Ideabooks1,208
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1. Add child-friendly water features. A stainless steel C-channel pours water into an underground water basin, offering children a safe place in which to interact with water. child friendly playspace
Child friendly water feature. Oliver
Add child-friendly water features. A stainless steel C-channel pours water into an underground water basin, offering children a safe place in which to interact with water
Child friendly water feature - basin to collect water is under pebbles so child can't drown
Add child-friendly water features. A stainless steel C-channel pours water into an underground water basin, offering children a safe place in which to interact with water.
1. Add child-friendly water features. A stainless steel C-channel pours water into an underground water basin, offering children a safe place in which to interact with water. Tips to make your fountain more water wise
“End of pond” — anders661
Shannon Malone
My Houzz:
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Stitz. The backyard has a lounge area where she and her guests can enjoy a child’s mid-19th-century bed brought back from a trip to Texas.
Use a childs bed to create outdoor lounging/seating
the outdoor space and planting unique and drought-resistant plants,” says Stitz. The backyard has a lounge area where she and her guests can enjoy a child’s mid-19th-century bed brought back from a trip to Texas.
“`Check out those legs along the fence!!! Love all the upcycled furniture and funky branches!” — Marla Walton
Island Waterscape & Design Ltd
1 Review
Streams
Ideabooks20,558
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shallow water flows with a child perched to watch
in a water featureYou might think a water feature is the least child-friendly addition to a garden going, but installed with thought, it can be both safe and appealing. Kids love messing about by water, and ponds attract a host of child-pleasing wildlife into the garden, too, from frogs and toads to
“I like the shallowness of the creek and the beautiful flora.” — shazam410
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