285 romantic Traditional Landscape Design Photos

Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
Ideabooks409
Questions0
Periwinkle color w/ deep purple stamens-Rozanne cranesbill (Geranium x 'Rozanne') Perennial. blooms from May- Nov & easily covers an area 3 feet by 3 feet or be trimmed to keep it somewhat restrained. However, if you want a soft, romantic effect, freedom rather
soft, romantic effect, freedom rather than restraint is preferable. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Average but lower once established Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 12 to 15 inches tall and spreading to 3 feet When to plant: In spring or fall
soft, romantic effect, freedom rather than restraint is preferable.USDA zones: 4 to 9Water requirement: Average but lower once establishedLight requirement: Full sun or partial shadeMature size: 12 to 15 inches tall and spreading to 3 feetWhen to plant: In spring or fallMore Houzz guides to flowers
“S” — Santresa Watkins
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
Ideabooks10,373
Questions4
Create a private entrance. The romantic garden is not open to everyone. Unlike the garden of the extrovert, where the gate may be transparent
to the romantic garden is solid and private. The gate comes with a lock. Softening this hardscape with delicate vines or softly textured plants gives a subtle hint of what is to come while establishing boundaries.
entrance. The romantic garden is not open to everyone. Unlike the garden of the extrovert, where the gate may be transparent and open, the entrance to the romantic garden is solid and private. The gate comes with a lock. Softening this hardscape with delicate vines or softly textured plants gives a subtle hint
“Nice garden door! A real sense of slipping into a precious place.” — valmo926
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks12,082
Questions5
This romantic Boston garden features a sundial at the terminus of a stone path. Framed with tall lilies and a loose mix of anemones, dianthus and petunias, the sundial makes a vertical element near the house. This is classic cottage style with a loose and informal feel.
DIAL This romantic Boston garden features a sundial at the terminus of a stone path. Framed with tall lilies and a loose mix of anemones, dianthus and petunias, the sundial makes a vertical element near the house. This is classic cottage style with a loose and informal feel.
This romantic Boston garden features a sundial at the terminus of a stone path. Framed with tall lilies and a loose mix of anemones, dianthus and petunias, the sundial makes a vertical element near the house. This is classic cottage style with a loose and informal feel.
“Also a nice sculpture” — Jim Reilly
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Denise Dering Design
1 Review
Garden Design
Ideabooks20,470
Questions9
A Romantic Border A classic white picket fence festooned with fragrant roses — what could be more romantic? The beauty of this one is that passersby can enjoy the flowers, since they're planted on the outside of the fence. Key design features: • Restraint in both color and plants • Repetition of
A Romantic Border A classic white picket fence festooned with fragrant roses — what could be more romantic? The beauty of this one is that passersby can enjoy the flowers, since they're planted on the outside of the fence. Key design features: Restraint in both color and plants Repetition of colors
1. A Romantic Border A classic white picket fence festooned with fragrant roses — what could be more romantic? The beauty of this one is that passersby can enjoy the flowers, since they're planted on the outside of the fence. Key design features: •Restraint in both color and plants •Repetition of
“colors” — Sandy Lyles-Holliday
Outside Landscape Group
2 Reviews
Outside Landscape Group
Ideabooks19,126
Questions8
romantic garden
Beautiful romantic garden arched entry
very romantic!
“lovely -- would take time to grow, but that's ok” — valmo926
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Rose covered arbor
Ideabooks5,680
Questions1
form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored fabrics catch the eye and keep loungers cool in the heat while a background of mature cedars helps make the blooming roses stand out.
“Garden en suite” — Desiree Gullan
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
Ideabooks12,757
Questions1
billowing, romantic gardens ahead.Each vignette is unique, making this drive a wonderful garden tour. I doubt visitors will be rushing in either direction with so much to enjoy en route.
“Love the floral landscaping” — lyneweiss
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
27 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Ideabooks13,908
Questions6
a very Romantic look...I love it! I think white flowers in the evening "pop", which allows you to enjoy your garden in the evenings.
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Intimate, romantic, secret garden....
“Hydrangea white” — marykayesiebert
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