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P Street Garden
View of rear facade from garden Photo by Sean Shanahan
Potential overhang, maybe used as a garden, also?
circular pattern, private patio
Love the clean organized garden
Backyard patio with fountain
Secret garden...Backyard idea...Love garden!...Small city garden...Brick garden...garden piazza...Dream backyard...Restful garden...P Street Garden...small backyard
pathway at north side, like idea of garden at gras area
private gate blocks our room from jacuzzi
The shaded pathway and private gateway
garden path planting and location for arum lilies
Tranquil, private garden.
Perfect backyard pathway.
Garden design...Backyard gate...wood garden doors
Situated on a 100 acre site, this landscape for a private residence draws it's inspiration from the classic mountain lodges of the northeast. Rich sweeping drifts of native perennials, grasses and shrubs create a relaxed, elegant composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family
I love the garden and the curve of the lawn coming down to the water. Beautiful
gorgeous but is this more of a backyard look?
I like the look of the garden bordering the back lawn.
Picture a swall, pond and forest
garden plants with stones in garden bed
energy mowing than I do gardening (and I mow just a few times each year). Lawns are water and nutrient hogs and wasted space for birds and insects. I like the look of lawns as pathways, and sometimes they’re nice for negative space — a place to rest the eye on and break up the garden — but beyond that they
lovely garden path
So peaceful and private :)
Good for Mom's backyard.
garden path...Backyard ideas
Vibrant Garden Backyard
Fountain area of backyard, landscape design. Photo by Heather Knapp
Neat backyard landscape idea with ornamental grasses
Would be cool in our backyard
linda rotonda de picture.
garden with centre focal point
Vibrant Garden Backyard
My backyard!...Yummy garden...garden centerpiece
Great Plant Combinations
rock garden in front of house
All the details are here; http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/14507517/list/Great-Garden-Combo--Planting-for-Fiery-Color-and-Beautiful-Wildlife
You can read how to do that by following the link in this article i wrote a while back. http://www.lejardinetdesigns.com/2012/05/27/can-smoke-in-the-garden-be-a-good-thing/
It would take time to add the height that some trees in this picture have, but could we replicate this in our corner lot
Colors, texture and informal feel. Love this picture
ensure that our hummingbird garden is attractive to all garden visitors.The finishing touch is a nearby bench. Not necessary, of course, but the perfect spot for enjoying the heady fragrance and watching beautiful garden visitors on a warm summer day.
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
The oversized obelisk serves to conceal the air conditioning unit as well as provide storage for additional gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
the prettiest to look at. Like your air conditioning. I have been looking into air conditioner montreal. Thank you so much for sharing this great picture and idea.
great idea for gardening tools to be hidden
Like idea for storing garden gear
garden tools above. ac unit below
Great idea for gardening tools and AC cover with a formal garden look.
Brilliant AC storage with integrated garden tool storage. Love it!
was the hidden closet inside. Now, the homeowner doesn’t have to look far to access gardening tools that are used frequently in the space.
Chicago Landscape Lighting
That looks a lot like the garden at a restaurant in Charleston, SC.
which made for a nice welcoming entrance to the casino for guests of the hotel. The front landscape and architectural lighting of the casino also pictured was done in all LED including the roofline lights.
Tiny garden string lites, uplighting and rod iron garden pieces.
Adding lighting to small intimate garden areas - great mood!
lights in water bowls and ponds. In formal gardens, highlight the shapes of clipped topiary or decorative urns and, for natural or cottage gardens, think about washes of light against walls and fences or across sweeps of plants. Try to resist lighting the entire garden – spacing lights to leave mysterious
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