13,888 zones gardening Patio Design Photos

Kelly Hoppen London
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Notting Hill Townhouse
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Zone your gardenWhen you have a house party, people often end up mingling in the kitchen
Zone for maximum enjoymentLack of space does not necessarily mean your garden can only have one use. Take a look at
The same is true of an al fresco party. So cater for this need for clear zones by creating an area where people can eat and, if you have space, a place
la même chose dehors. Si vous avez assez d’espace, prévoyez différentes zones dans votre jardin pour que les gens passent aisément de l’une à l’autre :
Zoning areas in a small garden
“Bleached timber for privacy” — megmaitland
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Mist Garden - 'Heaven'
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Unfortunately we can't recall...possibly picked up at a garden shop in the UK. They are properly called, "gazing balls" and they come
Mist making hoses and attachments can be found in garden centers
well-stocked home and garden stores. Could we do this on our back patio?
sources. Additionally, they do double duty to cool the garden on balmy days.
Enjoy a mist garden. The feeling of a fine, cool mist on a hot day is marvelous. Find a shady spot in your garden or on your covered patio
Misters in this garden soften the stone walls that define part of the outdoor space. The fine fog seems appropriate with these walls, as well as the vegetation
Misters in this garden soften the stone walls that define part of the outdoor space. The fine fog
Enjoy a mist garden. The feeling of
“EVERYTHING!” — skyester
Valle de Verde
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks4,802
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basic square design with the gravel touch and garden splitting the space
Use different materials to define zones.
My kind of yard with defining zones of varying types of hardscaping
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping
12. Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers
“patio stone” — bri29rob
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Built Work
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nobilis, zones 9b to 11) stand out not only for their size, but for their nearly white blue-gray fronds. Royal palms (Roystonia regia, zones 9b to 11)
11) and bailey palms (Copernica baileyana, zones 10 to 11) are both notable for their huge gray, concrete-like trunks; they're quite popular for lining avenues
avenues in affluent areas. Cohune palm (Attalea cohune, zones 10 to 11) is magnificently regal even before it forms a trunk, shooting up into the sky with
feet long. The finely cut fronds of the giant fishtail palm (Caryota gigas, zones 9b to 11) have the delicate appearance of fern fronds, except that they're
nobilis, zones 9b to 11) stand out not only for their size, but for their nearly white blue-gray fronds. Royal palms (Roystonia regia, zones 9b to 11)
“Wow.” — Lynn Simcox
Germinate Design
2 Reviews
Queens Park
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Different levels, transition zones, a sense
windows in the garden, with plants behind
forward. Cutting a window in a wall or garden hedge can be an easy and unexpected way to limit a view. This garden stirs curiosity with style. Additionally
Create windows in your garden. Limiting a view can add mystery and intrigue because it raises the question of why. Hidden things inspire curiosity; curiosity
modern garden - raised beds - wood wall
“Stepping stones” — leahamesbury
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan
Ideabooks10,362
Questions4
Like area for chairs to rest during gardening time
moving garden closer to the house is a good idea also
peppers on the patio. Crop-by-crop guides to growing your own edible garden
needs. Strive for three basic divisions: Very low water zoneLow water zoneModerate water zoneEach area should be irrigated separately, according to specific
gravel surface is both low maintenance and reminiscent of traditional French gardens while also allowing excess water to drain easily.
chili peppers on the patio.Crop-by-crop guides to growing your own edible garden
chic garden with edibles mixed in
“i like the raised beds close/integrated with the house/patio” — dianemorley
Southview Design
19 Reviews
Beautiful Small Landscape
Ideabooks53,278
Questions15
patio gave the homeowners a space to plant seasonal color and an edible garden.
Can these plants do well zone 9 in arizona?
I have the same fence in My Garden, however it is not painted. As I loved
and the color as well? I would appreciate very much! Congratulations, your garden looks beautiful!
The homeowner has added annuals for this zone including, nasturtium, petunias, impatiens, and a kitchen herb garden next to the dining patio.....Karen Filloon
Most of these plants are zone 4 plants. Most of the plants are labeled on the photo. You can do a Google
flowering plant is a hydrangea. The only hydrangea that can withstand the zone 9 heat is the oakleaf hydrangea, shown below.
I have similar wooden fences in my garden as well and I must say they look really beautiful. You have also very nice wood fences and I
“The floor” — khagstrom
Banyon Tree Design Studio
10 Reviews
Edmonds Residence
Ideabooks21,358
Questions7
yard renovation: added new landscaping, fire pit, benches, patios, edible gardens, fences, plants
Raised garden beds for community garden concept.
vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill.
Project: Container gardenDifficulty: EasyEstimated time: An afternoonWant an edible garden in
Stock TanksThis may be one of the easiest options for raised garden beds. Stock tanks, which are typically round or rectangular with rounded
gaining popularity in recent years as a great way to add urban chic to the garden. The only real work you will have to do is add some drainage holes to the
indefinitely. They are also movable, which is handy if you redesign your garden layout. They come in a variety of sizes. Cons: You'll have to have a truck
“garden2” — starrkissell
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