4,937 planting herb gardens Patio Design Photos

Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
Ideabooks4,407
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and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape, and plant masses add their colorful statement to the canvas. Michele Lee
How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that
around the cone, and fill with soil. For container-grown plants, dig a planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the sides, then place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil
“Cement/mulch/grasses” — Jill Simmons
Poetic Plantings
1 Review
Santa Monica - tropical
Ideabooks1,372
Questions0
view of flagstone patio and planting areas photo: R. Mechur
Rock garden mixed with curvature and irregular patio shapes
paths to front door with garden beds and rocks
I love love love the idea of having a room out in the garden!!!
the meandering curved path. circular planting areas. shade
great shade plantings
stone planting areas
Gardens and paths...Plants and path....Poetic Plantings
“Walkway” — juangallegos
New Eco Landscapes
4 Reviews
Modern in Bed-Stuy
Ideabooks19,867
Questions5
Does anyone know the name and type of pavers used? Looking to do this in my urban japanese garden
Hey Moonlight, The garden is a typical Brooklyn brownstone
feel: concrete squares, wood, some gravel, water-wise plantings. Area to put in garden
Combination of hardscape, edges with rock or plants & walls that contain
I love the combination of hard surface and dirt for planting. Good idea for front of house.
by the grill, landscaping lighting by the plantings and overall ambient lighting. Meanwhile, an arm pendant hangs over the dining area.
Protect patio floors with planter feet. If you keep pots and planters on your patio, be sure to elevate them on plant stands or risers. Containers placed directly
“This might work for the Camarillo house” — 1954bill
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
Ideabooks4,119
Questions3
The vertical garden and tiered steps with grass.
I really like the layout of the front yard concept. A place for grass & a garden.
Vertical wall garden, pavers
Stepped/raised planting beds
Great vertical garden
the vertical gardening
small garden, slope...Garden beds...Vertical garden...Plants in back wall...Wall garden...love plant wall...for my back garden...Mur plantes...climbing plants...Vertical Garden
“Muebles blancos” — sandraescobar
Terra Studio
3 Reviews
English Village House
Ideabooks713
Questions0
The two brick walls originally framed an alleyway parking spot. Everything else was added to create a flourishing garden in the city. Photograph: Jeff Totaro
This is the flooring I want....great to see how beautiful the plants look displayed on it!!!
The u Se of plants to create a beautiful porch
Great idea for gardening in small spaces or in an apartment/loft
“Amanda apt” — josiepas1
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks52,758
Questions17
What is the name of the plant on the for ground right hand side?
Hi. The garden bed in the planter is around 250mm x 3000mm. We used 190mm concrete blocks for the construction. Can't remember exactly the size as this project was
Thanks. They are LED accent lights spiked into the garden bed below. They are brighter than normal in this photo due to the over exposure of night photography. You can view them at http://www.gan.com.au/p
Pretty hard to kill. Just require well drained soil. They love sun but are a tropical plant so will survive in most conditions.
I like the lighting, the gardens around the seating area and the bamboo for greenery.
Fencing and bamboo contrast, clean line planting
Clever use of a small space garden
“Outdoor lighting” — ashishsachdev
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
Ideabooks2,776
Questions5
We planted Shiroshima three years ago and the recent winter made major devastation in the plants. I read the plants tolerance for cold is 0 degrees, the winter was often in minus 0 (-10/20 degrees). We would like
like to change to a colder tolerant type that will allow full sun afternoons in a raised stone garden similar to the first picture with bamboo 12 or 15 ft max. Would appreciate any help. Thanks for the time, Larry
about building a decorative brick wall against a cinder block wall but leaving a foot or so of space in between the walls so that I can use for putting plants init that will grow high (and quickly) to hide a shed that my back neighbors just erected. Will this type of reed grow in Arizona with adequate watering
“cola de caballo” — wannabeyes1
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Country Club Drive
Ideabooks2,941
Questions5
is the plant wisteria or is it climatis?? please
Could plant in pots to grow up posts on pergola
like the holes to plant plants
lights and plants in possts
Plants going up the pillors.
in front to plant creepers
The planting hole for the
climbing plants...Plant cutouts...planting space...Planting part...contrast, planting
“Postbase” — dougcabin
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