164,852 herb wall Traditional Home Design Photos
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
the mesh baskets you have the pots in to the wall? and also where you found the mesh baskets? LOVE the herb garden set up when space is limited Thank you
I'd like to know more details about containers & attachment to wall!
I have a western facing brick wall in the front of my home and I have been looking for some way to utilize it
Plants outside on wall of house. Great for herbs
easy-to-access home garden. Old CD shelves hold pots of herbs and other plantings.
Plant herbs. Add herbs to your garden by popping in transplants of Mexican
sage, artemisia and all types of mint. Most herbs prefer full sun and well-drained soil. Mediterranean herbs in particular, such as rosemary, prefer to
idea for long wall to side door?...great use of space for an herb garden
Courtyard of period cottage, Rye
Cornus Garden Design
lovely old red brick wall was too good to waste so iron pot holders were sourced and now carry clay pots with a range of useful herbs, just a step from the
Or attach your herb pots directly to the wall outside. These homeowners attached iron pot holders to the wall that now carry clay pots with a range of
of useful herbs, just a step from the kitchen door.
Flowers hang on wall on metals...red brick and the wall pots
Cloister herb garden
A cloister garden is a traditional approach to growing herbs. The walls and pebbles reflect heat, helping to intensity the flavors of these
them completely. Potagers and herb gardens were staples of design. Here, the classical influence is seen in the high walls, the gravel path and the wood-edged
The well-contained plots of this outdoor herb garden are reminiscent of traditional French potagers.
Like the wall idea... Very purposeful...cool idea for our herb garden
Back yard patio, deck and gardens
Bachman's Landscape Design - Tom Haugo
MNLA award winning landscaping using cobble street pavers, wheel pattern herb garden, white picket fence, and clay brick paver walkways. Project was installed
4. Herbs. Another option is to turn your planting space into an herb garden. Go formal, such as with a classic herb wheel like the one seen here, or fill
fill in with a free-form design or large containers. Most herbs are quick-growing annuals that love the sun and heat. They’re also generally drought tolerant
which means less watering in the heat of summer. Learn more about starting an herb garden
those things you will frequently access to water or collect from, such as herb gardens or spirals.
cottage style small bed for herbs
Printers Alley Loft Deck
despite the imnersion within a city. What type of vine is growing on the wall? I love the dark green look. Thank you
herbs - side wall of shed
planter on wall for herbs...Wall idea...Great herb idea...Herb garden...Herbs on the wall....Deck wall...Herbs on wall
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
This traditional herb and cutting garden is conveniently located just outside the kitchen, with views to the dining terrace beyond.
4-inch-thick veneer of basalt. It's the same material as the retaining walls to the left.
brick walkways with edged brick herb beds
used for grilling and outdoor meals, why not have your herbs nearby? This classic blend of herbs and cutting flowers also helps break up what could otherwise
gardening, try starting by incorporating a few herbs or vegetables into existing flower beds. Many veggies and most herbs have ornamental foliage and lovely fruit
Vegetable & Herb Garden
Statile & Todd
this potager garden of this country estate. The edible garden is full of herbs and vegetables that provide an abundance of fresh vegies throughout the season
The fencing and stone knee wall make this family's vegetable garden
Vegetable & Herb Garden This is the central point in this potager garden of this country estate. The edible garden is full of herbs and vegetables that
Bird bath or fountain in the middle with herbs
San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
Kate Michels Landscape Design
idea for the Great Wall, lights included!
lettuces on the deck, a pot of peppers on the fire escape, a window box of herbs in the kitchen — gardening does not need to be a huge investment of time
a bit of a gardenA planting box of lettuces on the deck, a window box of herbs in the kitchen – gardening does not need to be a huge investment of time
JD Garden, Hillsborough
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
Adding some planters to your deck allows you to have fresh herbs or vegetables
near living area so you can smell herbs as your hanging out... would drugs be an issue?
Herb garden...Salad and herbs...tomato and herb gardens
John Kraemer & Sons
path/herbs, pea gravel not sure we can get that here
Circular herb garden would be nice in smaller scale for me
I like the idea of a more formal herb garden, mostly so that the herbs have deep stone boundaries and can't spread too far.
Would love to recreate this herb garden.
traditional knot garden provides plenty of color out front and vegetables, herbs and cut flowers for inside the house.
Santa Fe Cottage Kitchen
Jennifer Ashton, Allied ASID
historic neighborhood this small kitchen was designed with natural lighting, herb garden window, reclaimed barn wood shelving with workable space and a soft
I would love to know what color paint you used on the walls I have been searching for a similar color and if you could tell me the color
glass shelf inset into window for herbs ...
shelves. also the glass shelves in the window for a 2 layer shelving for herbs
Plant culinary herbs within arm's reach. The bountiful produce of summer begs to be paired with fresh herbs. Make it easy on yourself (and save a few bucks
bucks — fresh herbs are expensive) by filling your kitchen window with pots of your favorites.
Herbs need at least of four hours of sun, and many require
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
reclaimed top (or cap) sections from concrete masonry unit walls. I don't care much for concrete block walls, but this application sure worked for me. The dimensions
Key plants: Herbs, companion plants, such as calendula and marigold to deter pests and add colour, herbs and vegetables with interesting
paths in between.Key plants: Herbs, companion plants, such as calendula and marigold to deter pests and add colour, herbs and vegetables with interesting
displaying and smaller bouquets just for cooking. Keep in mind that dried herbs tend to be about three to four times stronger than fresh, so a little bouquet