6,536 lawn Traditional Landscape Design Photos

J. Paul Moore Photography
Moss & Moss Lawns
Ideabooks1,287
Questions1
which moss type is best for tropical lawns?
Love having a moss lawn instead of grass
Moss (Hypnum or Thuidium spp) For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. Its low-growing habit
moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
Moss Lawn!! Love for shade and acidic soil.
For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can
I need to find some lawn equipment sales so I can do this. I love the path feel.
For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal.
Moss can be recruited for use as a lawn, too. If you already have patches of moss growing in your shaded turf, take a cue from nature and consider replacing your lawn with moss. It can take limited foot traffic once it has become established.
“moss” — katieselp
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Ideabooks1,502
Questions0
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Hydrangeas in the foreground mixed with flowering perennials surround a large lawn side yard in Summit NJ
Info for texas lawns for Fall
open lawn edged with colorful flowers
Does not look like my texas lawn.
lawn- overseed with perennial rye- dies off in the spring
I would want a fairly large lawn to where it wasn't to big
the best result.Check out more early-fall lawn tips
Take care of your lawn. Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not really perennial and will die off once the weather warms up in the spring. Winterize your lawn by spraying it weekly with a seaweed solution
actually harm your lawn. Water in well after fertilizing.
“Love it” — 1cheetah
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
Ideabooks1,819
Questions0
patch of well-manicured lawn for boccie, croquet, horseshoes or lawn bowling
kitchen garden - very structured piece of lawn framed by gravel
A long green section of lawn is ideal for games of boccie, croquet, horseshoes or lawn bowling.
flat straight patch of lawn for lawn games - bocce
g with lawn brick and gravel
Lawn for boccie, croquet, horseshoes or lawn bowling.
Garden Boccie court 2013 A backyard that showcase a nice, long rectangular patch of well-manicured lawn is the ideal playing
best times to lay sod in your landscape.Why start a lawn from sod? • You want instant gratification.• You want a type of lawn grass that is not easily grown from seed (for instance, Bermuda, zoysia, centipede).• You want to quickly establish a new lawn in spring, sumer or fall (people in warm climates
“hardscape” — cland
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
Ideabooks14,107
Questions5
Minus all the grass. Behind the house 3 or 4 steps down to the lawn
lawn and pathways with planting against house
with lawn and stone or brick
A large lawn may be a traditional approach to a landscape space, but breaking it into tiered levels edged with brick gives the same sense of expansiveness while adding individuality.
Fertilize the lawn. Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Use a lawn fertilizer with a ratio
a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet of grass. Always follow the directions on the package and avoid overfertilizing, which will only damage your lawn. Resist the urge to use "winterizing" fertilizers until late October or early November. Water well after applying fertilizers.
“Lawn” — Nilima Marwah
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
Ideabooks18,702
Questions2
Would a lawn mower be able to go over that area without issues?
Option 2: Possible game area/patio space toward back of lawn.
evenly mowed surface of a tended lawn.Another consideration is how "at home" a lawn is in your climate. Where rainfall is dependable and plentiful, you needn't be too concerned about using potable water for irrigation. And there are lots of organic approaches to lawn care, so you can avoid the old-school
“WLkaway” — hadihafeez
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks593
Questions1
With its stone border, this small lawn becomes an object in the garden instead of just negative space.
How to Prep Your Ground for a Healthy New Lawn
I like the pattern around the lawn
I like how they did the border to the lawn.
border idea for the top lawn level
i like the way the lawn is framed into the space. great design for a small yard
“Block around the grass” — Isabelle Szpak
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Private Residence West Side Vancouver
Ideabooks3,036
Questions3
consider reducing chemical applications. Lawns make up a large percentage of American homeowners’ landscapes. I love lounging on a lush lawn, and it’s a great surface for kids and pets to run around on. This image, from Swick’s Organic Landscaping, shows a traditional lawn that is maintained using ecofriendly
LawnThis is the obvious first place to consider reducing chemical applications. Lawns make up a large percentage of American homeowners’ landscapes. I love lounging on a lush lawn, and it’s a great surface for kids and pets to run around on. This image, from Swick’s Organic Landscaping, shows a traditional
traditional lawn that is maintained using ecofriendly methods.
“walkway” — grellie3
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks20,055
Questions3
break up big lawn with smaller spaces
Lawn as path, curved beds as border, draws you forward, neat yet soft
Two special details make this grand lawn feel more intimate, appropriately scaled to the humans who stroll here. The first appears in the foreground where two deep planting beds are outlined by low boxwood hedging, mirroring one another on either side of the lawn. Anyone who walks through this opening
access to the garden that can be seen in the distance. But without passing under that arch, crossing that threshold and rounding that last curve in the lawn, you'll never know what's back there.
curvaceous detail emerges in the distance — an arbor that acts as a doorway to the hidden garden beyond. This arbor's placement is successful because the lawn continues beneath it like a walking path — and plantings on either side prevent anyone from side-stepping the journey.
“shrubs in front form line” — Lee Taylor
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