3,624 garden lanscaping Transitional Home Design Photos

Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Fox Hollow
stepping stone going down to my garden, the beds outlining the yard
landscape design of enclosed landscape garden
Stunning gardens. I can picture this as my house.
The greenness and secluded garden, privacy
Lanscape_Gazebo My Favorite
Transitional garden...Garden is awesome !...Garden 12...Garden 55
“Look at those trees!” — tbtlwhite
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
1 Review
Backyard patio space
Straight lines, planting, everything! This WILL be our garden!
garden surrounded by concrete
lakeviews and garden
garden 2...Sharp of garden...Garden design
“Concrete” — ashleymbasinger
Shaw Design Group
Summer Havest 2
i like this lanscaping for the corner
rock garden...stones in garden...Garden layout
“Berm” — bronwynh
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Concrete Slab Pavers with Pebbles Symmetrical Trees and Low Gardens
This one is a no-brainer. A means of welcoming visitors to your home at night, good lighting also adds to safety and to the attractiveness of a front garden. It’s also a proven deterrent to crime.When lighting the front walk, take care to eliminate pools of light and darkness, which can be a hazard, pa
“Front walk” — Natasha Rodrigue
Conservation Grass
6 Reviews
Park Cities Backyard Retreat
shade garden
lanscape with pool...Garden fence
“Pool” — alin0902
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Love all the interest in the garden.
Huge garden-y type landscaping in front of house?
nice lush gardens - many options in bc
setting the house to the back and opening up the sunny front for a garden, a driveway and a deck.Carol's knack for growing and her experience working at theDevonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta helped turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian
in-slab heating and a rainwater cistern, and is surrounded by landscaping designed by homeowner Carol Page, who once worked for the Devonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta.
“country living” — Ndnng Lowe-Lim
Todd Haiman Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Blue Bench
what a neat garden design idea....
Meadow garden - search for low growing native flowers that are not too invasive and just mow paths around
Minimum mowing and wild flowers in the longer grass. Perfect placement of garden seat.
If a clump of trees in your garden forms a natural canopy, clear an area underneath for picnics. It’s quick, and it won’t cost you a penny!
Keep it simple A mown path through a wooded patch and a sprinkling of cow parsley can be all you need, as this inviting garden shows. I love the idea of sitting
Add a gentle contrastThe lush planting of this wild garden is very gently punctuated by a blue painted bench in the distance. It creates a soft focal point amid all the green without jumping out at you, and
“wild” — gmalpass
BDS Construction Inc
23 Reviews
Lincoln Park Renovation
Must have a Statue in the Garden!
Love the plants and garden feel. Would like on a bigger scale
Upstairs deck, downstairs garden
The garden and downstairs
notice the garden sculpture
Pretty garden.......from garden...Sweet garden...garden 5...Colorful garden...Great gardens...garden sculpture
“you dont need to support the border after it is cut” — soraida
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