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ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks99,005
Questions11
Do you have photos of older colonial type and semi modern homes?
interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a room without a ceiling. Cheers, Rick
seen. The door is now surrounded by the hedge which leads to a woodland garden. Cheers, Rick
Hi Nikki, There are several factors to consider. 1) What the article is; i.e., furniture, fence, door, accessories, etc. 2) What landscape style you are trying to acheive; formal, natural
This was one of two original exterior doors off of an 85 year old house. The other is also used as a gate on the other side of the garden. The doors have been finished with marine grade exterior paint.
“I like the door idea” — sumaro
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks9,788
Questions2
A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
the approximate size of the fountain and circle garden around it?
Is the garden gate and fence custom made/designed?
Stunning! I applaud the architect, the homeowner and the maintenance crew. Aesthetic vegetable gardening - why not?
on top of all the changes in your garden and implementing the appropriate modifications will keep your outdoor space healthy, lush and thriving.
system functioning properly? Does your soil need to be amended or improved? Staying on top of all the changes in your garden and implementing the appropriate modifications will keep your outdoor space healthy, lush and thriving.
“Small herb garden, bubbler in middle, a few boulders, pots” — cwattsks
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks34,461
Questions10
Front house portoco for modern French front
I must have this garden!!! What are the small white flowers around the boxwood in the clay urn? Is it white torenia?
These small hedges are Dwarf English Boxwood, Buxus sempervirens suffruticosa and are hardy to zone 5. We are zone 6 where this garden is in central NJ. My guess is that part of Canada is probably a cold hardiness zone of 3-4.and I don't believe there are any boxwood varieties that
information to make an informed decision. I agree that travertine does weather better in an open setting away from leaf litter! Our project is for an outdoor living space that is covered by a new porch roof and with limited overhanging tree limbs! Thanks again for your input! Laura Greloch
“Love the edge” — cherylokay
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Kipp Residence
Ideabooks12,948
Questions6
keeping with the estate’s traditional English Tudor style 10,000 sq. ft. of gardens were designed. The English Gardens are characterized by regular, geometric planting patterns and pathways, with antique decorative accessories heightening their old-world feel. Special nooks and hideaways, coupled with
with the sound of cascading water in fountains, create a serene environment, while delicate lighting in planter boxes makes the garden perfect for early evening strolls.
I was actually thinking where is Snow White... This resembles a fairytale place! Love your garden.
English country garden. More formal, but still so colorful.
Ohhhh I love this green house and lush garden
The house, garden and greenhouse are all amazing. I would love to
“Garden galore” — krsb318
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
Dillon
Ideabooks1,806
Questions2
like the idea of rocks near the garden with seating
The gravel, the garden boxes, the bird houses on a pole.
Rockers nestled in the gardens offer a relaxing spot for unwinding after work. A custom birdhouse on a pole brings some height to the design.
Insect repellant. Why stop at one bird house when you can attract myriad birds to your garden – they’ll devour the pests making a meal of your vegetables.
“Chairs and garden” — karbear17
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
Ideabooks19,220
Questions6
create new terraces and pavilions, gates and arbors, fountains and fireplaces. Of course, the gardens wouldn’t be complete without the wide variety of elegant plantings and accessories. This truly is a garden full of wonderful detail.
SC. From inception, this project was a complete renovation with a ‘no-limit’ approach to the design. The clients wanted to create family-friendly gardens to enjoy with their grand-children and also larger spaces for hosting charitable events. A new driveway leads into the property where various materials
I love this parterre garden. I am considering placing one next to my English country style house. I have not been able to find too much about planting them
“pillers” — ffez
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks8,086
Questions3
The oversized obelisk serves to conceal the air conditioning unit as well as provide storage for additional gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
participated in some years ago. Unfortunately we do not sell this piece as it was custom made for this event only. I would check some websites that sell outdoor furniture such as Frontgate or Ballard Designs. I hope that you are able to find something beautiful for your yard! Enjoy the day.
hiding a/c outdoor unit by making a properly vented dedicated structure which blends into the exterior of the house w/o standing out
Brilliant AC storage with integrated garden tool storage. Love it!
garden tools above. ac unit below
hide A/C or other outdoor equipment
“cover for central air unit” — pcgarcis22
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
Ideabooks9,071
Questions5
Tell me some hedge plants name what I have seen from your garden, Can I use also duranta as hedge plant?
here, making the outdoor space seem even more substantial.
Idea for garden bed with a statue
Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive yard. Crisply trimmed hedges accented with formal statues frames the view here, making the outdoor space seem even more substantial.
investment in money and time. The first thing to consider is scale. The dimensions and density of a hedge need to be appropriate for the size of your garden. A high hedge of a dark plant such as European yew (Taxus baccata) would overpower a small site. It would be better to choose a screen plant that is
“Grass” — nebraskaarkansas
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