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probably Cape Cod. I am from there and this house could fit in every town on the Cape. Beautiful!
I'm pretty sure it is Cape Cod Massachusetts....looks like it could be Chatham. It is very much a fairy tale town.
love this yard for cape cod design
is on Cape Cod, not in Boston.
wildflowers landscaped near boat house, pavilion, or along water's edge
love the cottage garden look in front
I want this for my wife in future
flowers in a riotous mix of colors and textures. They stand in sharp contrast to the simple lines and white siding of the house behind them.
Element: Pilasters. They surround the front door and are the decorative highlight of simple Cape Cod cottages. This white-painted pilaster and lintel combination
calling in a carpenter. Another simple way to highlight the entry is to paint the door itself a bright color.
The cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic predecessor of what I call the cottage-potage garden might have looked a bit like this garden, with edibles such as kale (in the foreground)
J. Grant Design Studio
J Grant design studio of Santa Barbara -- HOUSE ON oLIVE mILL IN mONTECITO
lush plantings in a dry zone
grassy area under shade tree in med style
Like the feel. Obviously we can't do this in the back, but we could do something like this in the front (tree
Country Home in Cape Town
Landscape, look stones like ours
my landscape...layout of landscape...building in back...to the landscape....pretty landscaping...Exterior landscape
Loudoun County Design Build Experts
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Plants in background for front yard?
Mulch and plantings mixed in
plants in foreground
Nice cape town garden
Smith Landscape Architecture, Bonifield Residence
has me in love. A landscape filled with topography is a landscape that leads to ample visual interest.
Smith Landscape Architecture
wedding landscape...landscape idea...landscape native
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Where can you purchase this style fence in MA?
Hi can you tell me what the purple plant is in the front?
' and in the back are Black Eyed Susans, Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldstrum'.
design in order to create a neighborhood feel and not to block the viewers of the highway from the new landscape.
Same in front- but with hog wire fence.
on the landscape as on the home.
The picket fence is the one we associate with small-town America and our colonial roots. It's the fence most at home in front of Cape Cod and colonial-style homes. Because a picket fence isn't meant to be tall and visually opaque, it's more often than not used to
fence as in a backyard; they should be more open and friendlier, setting off your garden rather than sealing it off. Keep the fencing low, about 3 to 4 feet tall. This way your neighbors can see in without feeling like they can just walk onto your property. Aim for a slightly open and friendly feel, as
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
Pool and spa
groundcover is in front of the salvia may night? creeping sedum perhaps?
would grow in your zone. I live in the northeast, and have both of these plants in a sunny location in my garden. In Florida, they may need shade, if they are plants that can grow in your climate.
My May Night Salvia has been in bloom since early spring, same as the Walker's Low Catmint Nepeta. I'll deadhead
I live in East Texas where it's hot and humid in the summer. Hopefully, you can see my Catmint in this photo.
Here's a photo of Silver Mound Artemesis up close. It's a perennial in Texas.
darker blue in the front is is purple salvia or butterfly bush
Salvia gives a lovely colour contrast in the garden
cape cod because of the dormer above the front door
Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
A Cape Cod in the Upper Midwest shares the form and details of its Colonial-era heritage but is often built of Chicago common brick, an inexpensive and mass-produced building material of the early- to mid-20th century.
traditional landscape. Because the more free-form plantings are confined to a smaller area, they don't overwhelm the rest of the space.