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Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
Formal Garden incorporates water feature, garden decorations, stepping stone, flower beds.
Go Formal or Casual Associated with both royalty and serenity, purple
somewhat staid, formal garden. Boxed in by evergreens, the purple blooms almost look as if they were painted in between the lines.
Add Purple to Both Formal and Informal GardensBorrow an idea from the fashion world and create a color-block pattern in purple to enliven an otherwise
spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
“Great formal garden” — Eric Braun
Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
Backyard Landscape Formal Design in Wilmette, IL. using crushed blue stone, flagstone,roses, boxwoods.
Formal garden in the croquet court doesn't work...
atriplicifolia) in a similar formal setting. The evergreen borders help keep the plants in check when you want a formal look ...
Formal garden...Like the formality...Formal Garden 1...Formal design...Formal style
“or this one” — carlicam
Formal Garden Design
lovely maintained landscaped formal yard garden
Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive
expansive yard. Crisply trimmed hedges accented with formal statues frames the view here, making the outdoor space seem even more substantial.
I love a formal garden so symmetry on
“Background plants tall & airy white blossoms” — susand_333
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Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Formal Garden Room
This formal garden room has arborvitae hedges to line the perimeter and boxwood hedges to outline the pathways and flowering beds. This is also a 'white
Formal gardens--presence of sitting areas in formal gardens
Great combo of formal hedging and simple planting
I like the clean formal garden and...Formal planting...Formal hedge garden...Formal xeric plantings...formal garden...Formal Garden Room
“green and white.” — designmeyer
Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Formal Knot Garden
This formal knot garden with bronze statue sits adjacent to a patio.
Formal knot garden using boxwood hedging and English ivy as "filler"
Even if you don't have tons of room for a formal parterre or knot garden, utilizing classic hedge shapes along your front
Knots English formal...Nice formal...the geometric formal design...formal garden...Formal Gardens...Formal Knot Garden
“Fell free to mix and match when it comes to shapes. The diamonds on the right are offset by the semi” — vivdavis3
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Formal Garden
Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) Fountain in a formal garden, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for making this happen!
We are considering a similar formal area and may consider gravel for part of it. Please, what layers did you
I like the crushed granite and bluestone but not the formal looking hedges. I would like more of a courtyard feel with seating. Table
“like it” — irinaproctor
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Large Landscape Renovation
in the garden also suggests this is a wealthy person's formal residence.
Formal. For a formal featured garden, manicured parterres and hedges evoke images of English
Formal. For a formal featured garden, manicured parterres and hedges evoke images of English manors and French chateaus. Here is an example where control
“Like to do” — annelittan
Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
brings order to the garden — but how it’s maintained will determine how formal it feels. While regular trimming is absolutely necessary to maintain the
Like this feel. Grand w/o too much formality or clipping.
ornament there unto."Boxwood (Buxus sp.) is still the chosen favorite in formal gardens today; whether hard clipped or allowed to grow more loosely, it's
anchored by a strong arrangement of greenery.Some designers are updating formal gardens with more sustainable plantings. In California, native plants such
roses and boxwood shrubs, the sundial has a place of prominence in this formal garden, located in Winnetka, Illinois. Note also how the axis continues
brings order to the garden — but how it’s maintained will determine how formal it feels. While regular trimming is absolutely necessary to maintain the
“Pink flowers + sundial” — susand_333
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