435 kitchen herb garden Rustic Home Design Photos
New Eco Landscapes
Charming in Gowanus
That raised garden bed below the deck
Herb garden...Garden idea on roof...garden on roof
Tucker & Marks
Congrat, the kitchen is simply amazing! www.portedelpassato.com
Hello! This is the KOHLER K-3086-NA Verity Apron-Front Undercounter Kitchen Sink in Stainless Steel.
Hello, The kitchen countertop is butcher block. No further info about the reclaimed barnwood
like a kitchen like this- open, simple post and beam, but with painted cabinets.
Way lights are hung. Can hang herbs.
Quaker Bluff Residence
table with optional ice bin, herbs or water feature.
branches as screen between kitchen and dining areas
Wood, wood and more wood. This stunning contemporary kitchen is brought into the rest of the space with a similar wood tone on the beautiful dining table
kitchen, dining area, breakfast area...for kitchen...Kitchen dining room...Kitchen tree...The open kitchen...layout of kitchen...iron kitchen wall detail
Arterra Landscape Architects
Firepit and pool
praire fleurieCette option fonctionne très bien car les papillons adorent les herbes folles et les fleurs sauvages. Astuce : ce type d’aménagement demande très
beautiful wild garden...garden blending with surrounding area...nature garden and fire pit
California Rustic Wood Light-filled Home
The wheel for the herb garden?
a wooden house with a modern feel and a garden
Spring Creek Watergardens and Landscape
natural rock boulder pool
This would look good with an herb garden behind it and the water coming garden wall into a pool.
Matches perfectly to the garden
I could be the crazy lady that lives in the woods growing healing herbs in this place.
Would love a garden house like this
garden shed...guest house/gardening shack
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Right you are. I just returned from the Pacific NW and in a woodland garden came up a plant the reminded me of hosta standing up at attention. I learned
was Skunk Cabbage? Skunk Cabbage, anyone? May I ask, in what state do you garden? I have been eyeing Great Western Cedar's.
Contrast of colors and textures. Evergreen bones anchor garden in winter.