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16 Reviews
BriarHill
Ideabooks466
Questions0
Box garden looks nice with dark gravel around it also
arbor to raised bed veggie garden..use of wood
would like to have big arbour at base of garden
raised planters...side garden hill?
Raised garden boxes - why?
Defined entry to garden
Heighth of garden boxes
beautiful garden, want!
Garden boxes stacked
Back yard garden...garden with pagoda...garden area...Gardens beds sweet...Garden boxes...Vegetable garden?...Idea for garden...garden plot...The garden...veggie garden...Garden idea...edible garden...kitchen garden
“Rock, grass, bark” — marey010
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks50,244
Questions8
I do arched garden bridges with 3/4" pressure trt. plywood. Laminate, glue and screw the plywood after you've cut the plywood to the height and curve you need for the
Nice backyard zenith garden idea
Stanford Garden...garden art...Pebbles in garden...Idea for garden...little garden idea...Garden ideas...Cool garden pathing...Garden path...Heaven's Garden...Simple garden ideas...garden bridge
“Japanese garden” — lauraeugenia
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes May
Ideabooks36
Questions0
pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) by Barbara Pintozzi
blooming in May is the native pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia, zones 3 to 7). Its elegant tiered branching structure makes it attractive during all seasons. It thrives in shade and lightens the garden during May.
good in shade...pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia, zones 3 to 7). Its elegant tiered branching structure makes it attractive during all seasons. It thrives in shade and lightens the garden during May.
One of the best underused shrubs blooming in May is the native pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia, zones 3 to 7). Its elegant tiered branching structure makes it attractive during all seasons. It thrives in shade and lightens the garden during May.
“Thrives in shade” — anitamacfadyen
Teich Garden Systems
Greenwich CT Residential #2
Ideabooks3,218
Questions0
identification of a specific area. would like as a butterfly garden
Vegetable garden somewhere, but smaller then this
Like this idea for a garden.
The pagoda style area...light
Lake fence for garden
vegetable garden. protected.
fencing of the garden.
Teich Garden Systems
Veg garden...Garden fence...For a small garden...Fenced in garden...protected garden...Nice covered garden...Great garden!...Garden spot...Goat proof garden...enclosed garden...garden enclosure...edible garden...garden fence...vegetable garden
“Greenhouse” — travelcregs
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Garden Restoration in Wilmette, Illinois
Ideabooks2,057
Questions2
Historic Garden Restoration in Wilmette, Illinois
Formal Garden landscape design incorporates shrubs, lawn, stepping stones and crushed blue stone.
can we get this type of gardens in india hyderabad if yes to whom shall i contact
Add a sense of antiquity. A classical statue, a Chinese pagoda, a tea house — all are possiblities, depending on your personal style and taste. While the statue and pagoda may be primarily decorative, a tea house or gazebo in a classical style can add extra living
Use of statues in English garden.
all blue formal garden landscape blue stone
formal garden , . tea house
Add a sense of antiquity. A classical statue, a Chinese pagoda, a tea house — all are possiblities, depending on your personal style and taste. While the statue and pagoda may be primarily decorative, a tea house or gazebo in a classical style can add extra living space to your yard.
“statuary - but a little larger, for the wall east of the extended window well” — Windsor Companies
Earth Mama Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks55,510
Questions7
Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
purchased the beautiful iron wire forms pictured in the raised bed garden shown here. I have googled the life out of it and cannot find them. Thank you, Jill
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
local lumber supply. I think this particular garden would be too low for wheelchair access, but it would be very easy to make adjustments to accommodate.
It really depends on what you are growing. This is a zone 5b garden. The front half of the garden gets about 8 hours of full sun. The back half
“Garden” — plj143
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
Ideabooks18,923
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
“gazebo” — coolmj76
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
Ideabooks8,758
Questions7
The bluestone patio was screened from the neighbors with a wall of arborvitae. Lush perennial gardens provide flower cutting opportunities and color to offset the green wall.
The umbrellas came from Patiostore.com - they are the Pagoda style, ordered with alternating stripes.
I like the paths, the wildflower gardens, and having a sitting area amongst them.
8. Go bold with your flower color palette. The best colors in the garden come from plants. Do your research in Houzz's garden section for your zone and the types of plants you like — and don't be shy about studying plant tags and asking for help when you hit the nursery. How have you added bold color
And then there is the English garden, for those of us who simply cannot get enough colors and love to mix them all.
“Yellow couch” — Alex Angstrom
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