102 Formal Boxwood parterre. Tropical Home Design Photos

John McDonald Co.
John McDonald Co.
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Palms in boxwood
Texture and tropical formal Greens
“bench” — ameljehad
r.a.nelson-plantsman
Urban Tropical Garden
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Annuals · Boxwood · Brick Arches · Brome
Love the combination of planting to create an informal/formal setting
“Patio ideas on tiles” — a_nn
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
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Great use of the dwarf boxwoods! Beautifully done.
Comment · 11 months ago Glenna Partridge Garden Design Those little shrubs are Buxus sempervirens 'Suffruticosa' (True dwarf boxwood). They stay much smaller than common boxwood and can be grown together to create a solid little hedge or clipped as you see here in my design. I just take some scissors
Cannas can be worked into a formal garden by keeping them clustered and neat. Notice how the overall form of the canna planting is circular instead of "drifting" in a free-form pattern.
“patio gardens” — lynnfuller04
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Modern Tropical
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rest of the garden. I like the use of of flag stone, especially the path in the middle which appears to have moss growing in between the pavers. The boxwood nicely define the perennial beds and borders. Beautiful job, well done.
Boxwood, Japanese maple
Parterre idea
“Flowers” — chavel12
Land Design Associates
5 Reviews
Saint Simons Island Home
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formal garden
Land Design Associates
5 Reviews
Saint Simons Island Home
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Questions0
formal garden
Land Design Associates
5 Reviews
Saint Simons Island Home
Ideabooks0
Questions0
formal garden
Land Design Associates
5 Reviews
Saint Simons Island Home
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formal garden
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