Houzz is the new way to design your home.
421 when to plant herbs outside Patio Design Photos
what type of plant is in this image?
not sure the name of it. wanted something that didn't spread. this does grow hearty though & have to constantly trim it when it gets watered.
I like the lights with the plants
When ficus bushes fail
outside lighting idea
Like this lit up plants
Linear plants with up lighting
lighting with plants
pretty back lighting for plants
Covering around plants
Outside garage...light behind plants...border plantings
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Outdoor Fireplace with pizza oven
wall, paver patio, outdoor furniture, wood box, fire feature, planting around patio, cultured stone, natural stone, hearth, fire pit, outdoor kitchen, dining and living area, child's play structure and play ground, spacious lawn and plantings.
Walmart has a great selection of outdoor rugs - this particular one was the perfect color! The first of the season is coming up and I like to get there when new things come out. They also have unique umbrella colors/style choices. Early spring I always head in to peruse the new seasons' selection . . .
Nice mobile herb garden :) I would love to see it stuffed with herbs and displayed for even a more dramatic wow factor. Thanks,
counter outside with the grill
Pizza oven incorporated outside
container plants...potted plants...Outside kitchen
What is that plant with the pink and white flowers
Intimate setting with plants, columns & lights.
The mix of chairs and wild plants
inside chairs outside - if under cover and weather permits
Head outside. When the weather’s fine, throw a tablecloth on an outdoor table (or move the dining table and chairs outside), and break out the good napery. Look beyond what’s on the table when you’re setting the scene; the hanging lanterns here add a
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
What are the plants in the p[ots on either side of the bench
Love the patio w potted plants...low maintenance but still green.
The front privacy fence gives the homeowners ample outdoor entertaining space, allowing all of the outdoor living spaces to flow continuously. When the Kramers found
The front privacy fence gives the homeowners ample outdoor entertaining space, allowing all of the outdoor living spaces to flow continuously. When the Kramers found this home, the backyard was an overgrown jungle of bushes and weeds. Clearing away the mess, they discovered an amazing large yucca tree
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
I need to be able to have privacy in my balcony when needed. Can't decide what to put up…blinds or tinted glass windows. What would look classy?
Planting trailing through opening in wall
nice outdoor seating for outside kitchen
love the benches for outside patio
3. Use it or lose itBarbecue areas are a little like houses – when they’re not lived in, they quickly fall into disrepair. If you can only use your outdoor area when it’s warm and sunny, but not too hot, consider making some adjustments to make it an all-seasons gathering
Landscape Design West, LLC
MULTIPLE AWARD-WINNING LANDSCAPE DESIGNER CREATED A NEW VISION WHEN SHE DESIGNED THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FOR THIS SONORAN DESERT RESIDENCE LOCATED HIGH ABOVE THE VALLEY FLOOR ON PUSCH RIDGE, IN ORO VALLEY, AZ. THIS LANDSCAPE HIGHLIGHTS ACCENT PLANTS IN WHICH THE OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE COMES ALIVE WITH FABULOUS
FABULOUS BLOOMS AND YEAR AROUND COLOR USING SUSTAINABLE NATIVE PLANTS. THIS LANDSCAPE NOW HAS A SENSE OF PLACE IN OUR SONORAN DESERT, AND CREATES A DIALOGUE WITH THE OUTSTANDING DESERT VIEWS BEYOND THE WALLS. THIS LANDSCAPE WILL BE FEATURED IN THE GARDEN CONSERVENCY TOUR ON OCTOBER 5, 2013.
desert herbs and cactus, stone steps
Plantings, and flags in rock leading to paved area
Use of paved paths and shaded chairs surrounded by plants. Provides intimacy.
Nina van de Goor's Home - Roof Terrace
nice use of small outside space
2. Use what you have. No matching chairs? No time to buy flowers? Look around your house and get creative. Grab a few potted herbs or flowers from your porch to use as a centerpiece, and call every mismatched chair and stool into service. Drape a colorful cloth on the table (hey