11,205 painted garden wall Traditional Outdoor Design Photos

Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
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Formal Garden incorporates water feature, garden decorations, stepping stone, flower beds.
I love the structure and color of this Parterre Garden!
Purple to Both Formal and Informal GardensBorrow an idea from the fashion world and create a color-block pattern in purple to enliven an otherwise traditional, and somewhat staid, formal garden. Boxed in by evergreens, the purple blooms almost look as if they were painted in between the lines.
Go Formal or CasualAssociated with both royalty and serenity, purple is at home in any style of garden. Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
“boxwood edge.” — Lori Marcotte
Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
Ideabooks27,463
Questions7
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
The Glenview, Illinois landscape design, features blue stone and crushed blue stone path, water feature, garden plants, and wall.
Hi, I am starting a gardening blog and would like to use some of your beautiful images - such as this one. May I have permission to use your images with a credit to you? My blog is www.jardins-sans-secret.com Kind regards,
I like the lattice privacy wall - what is it called if I try to have one built across my deck
entirely new garden or simply revamping a few beds in your existing yard.
this garden! could use with tropical plants as well...
two grids away from the path but is centered between the seat wall and the loosely clipped boxwood hedge. The checkerboard arrangement of paving and plants is playful and enlivening, while serving as a repeating theme that binds the garden together. In the distance, the massive shrub at the gate is well
“The stone layout” — bjtdw
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks1,179
Questions0
Garden shed as a focal point
concealed potting shed looks like garden wall
Garden shed open in back with shelves.
shed off of peastone garden area
pump house / garden tool shed - face side
I like how the water emanates from the wall, only I think I'd prefer for it to cascade out somehow.
Bamboo and this whimsical garden folly screen out an adjacent city park. Designed by Sanchez and Harrison, the fanciful shed has copper pipes just off the front of its barrel-shaped roof, which spout water down into the moat. The structure serves as the fountain's pump house as well as a cleverly concealed
“Stone Bridge” — maggurru
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Ideabooks21,334
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regulations the swimming pool is the centerpiece of the back yard. The walls were installed with Pennsylvania Fieldstone and the pool patio is Blue/ Grey Sandstone. The project was collaboration between Harmony Design Group and Ronni Hock Garden & Landscape. Ronni Hock is also responsible for the photographs
stone walls by a pool shady
Traditional terraced gardens tend to reflect the planting style of the overall garden or style of the house. Mixed plantings of shrubs and perennials generally found in traditional plantings not only provide year-round color and interest, but also soften hard outlines of stonework. The real joy, though
however, especially with the inclusion of herbaceous perennials that require attention throughout the growing season. For this reason, the retaining walls shown here are low, and the terraced beds are are kept wide in order to carry out maintenance safely.
“gorgeous !” — kstratford
Kate Michels Landscape Design
4 Reviews
San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
Ideabooks3,802
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San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
Edible Deck Garden / Photographer: Jennifer Sayler
idea for the Great Wall, lights included!
Edible garden ideas for back upper
A planting box of 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
decorating fence and painting it by the slider
9. Plant a bit of a garden. A planting box of 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 or resources, yet even a small garden patch can enhance your life and your health. Start small and have
place to start. You can’t get more local than your own backyard!Houzz Edible Gardening Guides
“Chair” — karda_jyotsna
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
8 Reviews
Orange County California Residential Landscape Design
Ideabooks12,610
Questions4
Is that just wood painted white on top of the brick along the wall?
Love garden setting with water feature
container fountain in garden
Birch tree garden idea!
Pot Fountain in Garden
Same idea in garden setting
A single urn fountain's bubbling water invites visitors to explore a garden.
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
garden vessel...large urn in garden...nice garden...mcm garden...rocks in garden...water urn in garden...garden walk...garden urn...shade garden
“large urn in garden” — Maria Meyers
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
SF Designer Showcase 2006 03
Ideabooks11,237
Questions10
What type of material is the retaining wall made of? Thank You!
I want to plant some flowers in my garden, I like the flowers on the picture, what is the name of the flowers and can they be under the sun all day
That is a concrete block wall with a smooth integral color plaster/stucco finish.
Block wall with stucco plaster finish
concrete block wall with stucco finish
Love the way this garden has been planted. Who
Bamboo screen above retaining wall to block mound
like the two layers of garden
“Fence” — leannejbell
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
Ideabooks6,294
Questions1
love the slightly overgrown feel plus the colourof the paint
table, flowers are the centerpiece of the perfect garden party. In spring, when the garden is in full bloom, keep the table flowers simple and fresh, using a palette that complements the yard without matching perfectly. If the posies come from your own garden, all the better.
your home while drawing your plans. You want your garden to be appealing when you walk through it, but it should also look beautiful from your bedroom window as well. A sense of symmetry balanced in landscaping and hardscaping will make sure your garden develops into part of your home's pleasant view.
“chicken coop” — meganparker14
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