3,289 picture private backyard garden Outdoor Design Photos

Anthony Brancato Landscape Contractor
Pebble Beach Landscapes
Ideabooks11,694
Questions3
the private court and the the simplicity.
walled garden with water feature
Somebody's really pretty backyard
I love the private courtyard!
Garden idea without grass
Love this home bistro garden
RAISED GARDEN BEDS...Garden along edge...Fancy garden...private lanai...lush garden...Kozie garden...Lush and private...Walled off garden...garden wall
“Wall colour” — lynnjunor
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Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Forever Home
Ideabooks10,816
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The woodland strolling garden combines steppers and shredded bark as it winds through the border, pausing at a “story stone”. Planting locations minimize disturbance to existing canopy tree roots and provide privacy within the yard.
Looks like a shady garden but what evergreens are doing so well there?
Will the plants in the picture survive living under pine trees in GA?
Like a forest in the back garden - escape
I love the two chairs in the middle of a secluded looking garden.
20. Cool down. Make a backyard retreat more inviting with subtle variations of green, and put comfortable furniture in a location that allows for relaxation and comfort. When it's hot, nothing cools like green.
“chairs and a big rock for siting” — wjnelly
Bloom Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks5,423
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Vegetable garden with a bluestone path
cottage and formal gardeners for centuries. Not only will they add colour and vitality to your cook’s garden but flowers also attract bees and other pollinators ensuring better cropping.Plants, such as borage, bee balm, calendula, catnip, geranium, lavender, marigolds, nasturtium (pictured), rosemary, sage
Tuck in secluded seatingWhatever you place at the bottom of the garden, people will always want to go there. Not only will it pique their curiosity, there’s something rather romantic about a secret rendezvous on a hidden bench…
sage, viola and zinnia, act as companion plants, deterring pests or enticing beneficial insects to the vegetable garden. Many are multipurpose and are useful in cooking, herbal remedies or as garnishes.
“outside” — jennifermillsap
Oehme, van Sweden Landscape Architecture
Denieli Garden
Ideabooks2,526
Questions2
Block the view and create rooms. If you have a few hundred square feet, you can certainly create a private little sitting area, a space for a sculpture or fountain
great idea to add dining table to backyard
creating a room in the garden
Block the view, create rooms, private little sitting areas, space for a sculpture or fountain, or a nice garden vantage point. Plants blocking my
Love this look in the garden
Set up a dining table. Add a dining table and chairs to your backyard
the kitchen, whereas your secret garden is likely to be tucked farther away.
8. Block the view and create rooms. If you have a few hundred square feet, you can certainly create a private little sitting area, a space for a sculpture or fountain, or simply a nice garden vantage point. I’m also into plants
“Garden” — Rachel Miller
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
Ideabooks41,186
Questions17
I have replicated your design in my backyard. I need one more tree. What is the tree on the far left of this picture?
of space that you actually have. This is a big garden. Here is another look at it.
Trying to create a similar area in my backyard. About how many feet across for the arch and how far between the crepe myrtles? Hard to tell distances from a picture and want to allow enough room for the trees when
assembled this garden over 10 years ago and unfortunately I cannot still remember.
Beautiful backyard, I think this is a creeping vine. Flowering vines are employed in landscape design with both aesthetic and utilitarian purposes in mind. While trees and shrubs can certainly create a living barrier within your yard, creatively placed vines can also give you that feeling of privacy
“By” — Raquel Rojas
Private Gardens Design
Private Gardens Design
Ideabooks8,098
Questions4
want to build a small backyard pond/water feature, we're do I start
What is the green plant in the front of this picture?
does not show the pond liner, 2. don't create a mound in the middle of your yard just so you can have a waterfall, 3. look through pictures, pictures, and more pictures to gather ideas. If interested, you may contact me at gedwardconcepts@harrisbb.com and i will be happy to guide you through my experiences
Small garden pond--"created a basin from a spring"
“Koi pond” — jlm1960
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Bernal View Garden
Ideabooks5,207
Questions1
Garden Designed & Built by The Garden Route Co. Photos by Rich Radford
could cascade to lower space where the rocks and lowers stairs are in the picture
4. Complement your interiors. Use the same colors and style that you’ve already established inside your home for your backyard to make it feel more like
create more hardscape space. For the 25-foot by 30-foot backyard seen here, he shifted the paving 45 degrees to get more surface area.
get more from your small backyard article...make the style an extension of your indoor
to your property line to create more hardscape space. For the 25-foot by 30-foot backyard seen here, he shifted the paving 45 degrees to get more surface area. 6. Pay attention to scale. If you’ve got a small backyard, the last thing you want to do is cram in a 10-person dining table. Instead, consider
“Clean lines for a bavk porch” — bridge_108
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks21,439
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French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
I am starting a gardening blog and would like to use some of your images - such as this one. May I have permission to use your images and link to your website? Kind regards,
It has a 'Secret Garden' feel to it
The fragrant garden. While fragrant plants are welcome anywhere, pay special attention to the entrance of your home and any outdoor seating areas you frequently use. These prime spots are perfect for citrus trees, lavender, jasmine, honeysuckle, roses or herbs.
portable table may be just the thing to set the tone for an afternoon. Perhaps next time the table is around another bend in a different section of the garden. Good-quality table linens, flatware and candles are all appropriate. No paper plates are allowed.
“Pietris plus ansamblu” — alinaiancu
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