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Bart-Jan's House
Good for my herbs instead of pots.
herbs in crate...Crate garden...herb garden idea...herb garden
“herbs in crate” — weatherlyalicia
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Modern meets Traditional in the Netherlands
like all the suare areas........cutouts, plants, etc.
practical for entertaining, with large stone pavers, immaculately groomed garden beds and plenty of seating. A stream runs along the back of the house, and
freedom of living in this neighborhood. To have a little forest in our back garden in a very crowded and populated area is quite special," Jacob says.
Use of materials, colors and plants
“Slate color” — bloniej
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
San Francisco Dining Terrace
What are the plants in the bottom right garden?
the surrounding decking. The planting, in my view, would better if arranged more organically.
small garden yard...Fence & herb garden...garden against wall...Back garden
“Contrasts” — nick1970july
Cinder block flower bed/herb garden
Blocks garden...Shelves and plants...Garden idea for porch...Plant Wall...planters and pots of plants.
“I like this flower stand, can possibly make a fence with this” — Nicole Balaoing
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
i like this garden patch idea with the succulents
Bedroom platform...under bath windows an area of planting
the garden. I'll copy that....Orderly plants with spikes...suc. garden...plants and paver path...succulent garden...walkway & plants...Side garden...concrete pads & garden
“mid century 60s” — pjwpvaz
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
bushes and small trees. That means using plants that don't lose their leaves in the fall and winter.
the more garden is edible the more pretty it looks
Look of a tight outdoor dining area beside plants already
many lovely evenings have taken place here. You're enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles
dining room seems to have been plunked right in the middle of a long, narrow garden. The concrete pavers give structure to the dining area within this forestlike
Two points if you saw the gazing ball in this garden upon first glance. It is perfectly placed as a little hidden surprise amidst
greenery. This singular ball offers a full view of the small and narrow garden, adding a sense of whimsy and space with elegance.
the plants have all grown up
“The look” — jrossi5
Bondanelli Design Group, Inc.
design:x - residential
What type of plants are along the back wall and to the right of the image? Thanks
Thanks for the question. The plants in the back are bamboo.
fixed furniture planting to break up a wall
lots of plants and flowers, go for the simplicity of monochromatic hard surfaces and sculptural furniture, as well as repeating one kind of plant multiple
all-weather upholstery makes every day a garden party.
3. Employ simplicity and repetition. Minimalist garden spaces are some of my favorites. If your
What could be a bit of a harsh landscape is softened by planted form, upholstered cushions, and a few curvy pieces.
“Create a chic new floor with gravel. If the only space you have to work with has a floor made of cra” — kevstephb
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
4 Reviews
Paradise Valley Residence
enclosure with a landscape border for planting.
great foundation for plants that will give privacy to entry
This is for outside shower, but I like screen and plantings by outside deck on ground in
This modern trellis can eventually let the plants provide full privacy.
carefully and kept under control, they can be of great use as screening plants on suitable structures. The most rampant of these climbers in temperate
a small space may best be screened by a combination of a structure and plants. Grid-like fences (or sturdy trellises) and vines can be used in very tight
Masquez murs et paraventsCertaines plantes grimpantes n’ont pas très bonne réputation. Cependant, si vous les utilisez
What plant is the vining green?
“Again open but great foundation for plants that will give privacy to entry” — Maggie Jackson
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