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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Christian Residence
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Great wall color, especially as a backdrop for the garden!
Blue wall for my garden
Painted garden wall: blue
salvia mexican lime lite
for the garden
“Contrast between wall and green of plants” — Jason Rouse
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Golden Rock Inn, Nevis, West Indies
Ideabooks2,846
Questions1
jungle garden of bold herbaceous plants and trees
finer garden designers working today. This garden in the West Indies has bold herbaceous plants and trees placed to create a romantic experience. This isn’t natural but designed to feel of its place. Could this bold aesthetic be a model for your garden?
“Luv the plants” — Nena Phee
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
Ideabooks6,963
Questions5
Beautiful garden!! How much time, effort and water does it take to maintain this type of garden?
head for garden...garden colours...Reds in garden...The garden!!!...Tropical garden...Raised garden bed...Side garden
“Neat” — dionnewest
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Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Breakfast Garden
Ideabooks3,161
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meditation garden with a lava water feature which creates the effect of floating stones.
A meditation garden outside the breakfast nook
breakfast garden a super idea. It's an option to thik of the riaprian wall, if we go for that concept, as a living wall, like the one in the fairview. It would create an inner looking paradise not dependent on developments taking place on the other side of the valley
Definitely want to see my garden
Love the flow from inside into the garden
meditation garden outside a breakfast nook ensures that your day will start peacefully and calmly, even if it doesn't end that way.
“I LOVE THIS! So romantic and beachy :)” — dobbinsg
Blakely and Assoc. Landscape Architects, Inc.
Palm Beach Residence
Ideabooks7,221
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I like having a few sitting areas within the gardens
sit in garden. Some like this for 1-2 people, some for a bigger group
Perfect for the new shade garden
in the garden, people find it hard to park themselves on a bench to watch a hummingbird lap up nectar (or they do this while pressing Send on their phone) for just 10 minutes. Having a green thumb and cultivating one's garden is perfectly fine, but our spirits would probably benefit from activity-free
“l” — nevalepew
Modus Custom Residences
British West Indies
Ideabooks6,970
Questions3
Beautiful garden. Can anyone tell me the name of the shrub on the left
Very nice garden path
Outside garden...tropical garden...Back garden...Garden shot
“Tropical outside” — 1234carrie
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Ideabooks4,973
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making the garden seem even more snug. Start with a solid backbone of hardy evergreen shrubs and ground covers and an inviting paved area so that visitors (and yourself) can enjoy the garden. Then bring out the big guns.
tropical garden might need to be protected in winter, consider confining it to a patio and pots. Enjoy it through the summer months, then bring it indoors.Design tip: Add outdoor lighting to complete the mood, whether it's candles, a fire pit or subtly placed spotlights and downlights. One of the joys of
smallest garden spaces that are the most poorly lit, whether adjacent walls, trees or tall buildings are at fault. The upsides to cramped areas like the courtyard shown here are that they're easily tended to and often have their own protected microclimate, making them ideal for growing tropicals.When using
“Outdoor area seating and pebbles” — priscillayen
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Davids Garden
Ideabooks2,249
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Use texture. Many gardeners grow tropical plants for their color, but you mustn't overlook the dramatic and architectural textures that they lend to the landscape as well. Every single texture in the photo here is provided by a tropical plant, yet gardeners outside the tropics
Many gardeners grow tropical plants for their color, but you mustn't overlook the dramatic and architectural textures that they lend to the landscape as well. Every single texture in the photo here is provided by a tropical plant, yet gardeners outside the tropics can get the same effects by using temperate
“connecting spaces” — maurocapp
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