174,188 planting beds Home Design Photos

Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
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space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape.
would make a great area for a bed and breakfast
oking plantings. Looks like it's been around for a long time.
space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating. Choose a stone that complements the pavers on the patio so the entire
“Like tuscany look” — fernchurch
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
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Acanthus Design
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of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
Axes are often terminated with a focal point (a piece of sculpture or a plant with a sculptural quality) whose form contrasts with the straight lines of the design. traditional landscape by Acanthus
the accessability through elegant staircase to the upper floor or bed room
love the box hedges and plants
of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
“Back entry” — sandihram20
Louise Lakier
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Furwood
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raised beds made out of logs
garden beds from logs. love it!
neat idea for raised beds. line the driveway with a few beds.
Whole Logs for the garden bed sides
Landscaping-Log planter beds
raised beds made from logs
raised beds with logs
raised planting beds with logs
Raised beds from logs
Logs making planter bed
notched pine for raised beds???
raised planting beds built from logs on the property.
Garden beds...raised bed...Border for plants...Planting beds...raised garden beds...Log beds...log garden beds...raised beds
“Flower beds raised garden” — brstraka
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Concrete Garden steps
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I like the steps and plants in between
How to use it. Mass it as a ground cover Edge a planting bed or path Accent
great looking steps. love the plants
the plant combined with the stairway
steps with plants, less run off
low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
How to use it. Mass it as a ground coverEdge a planting bed or path Accent a green wall or living roofMix it in a container gardenDot it into a rock gardenHow can't you use blue fescue? Its growing tolerances mean it thrives in
“Formal/Modern” — Amalia Williams
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
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Lathouris Garden
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the red plants in the pots?
several plants including Buxus microphylla var. japonica and Pittosporum 'Golf Ball'. There will be other plants which are suited to your area. When pruning into a ball, make certain to look at the plant from all directions until it's even.
The red plants in the pots are Imperata rubra (Japanese Blood
Easy care plants DG path pops of color
mix of plants, both in beds and in pots. "Billowing" feel.
give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build the family's home.
“nice density - could make for some little "private" zones, and would go nicely down the slope” — micheleg72
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and site geology.
tall grass and plants near house
sustainable growth gardens around home with native plants---beautiful
choice of plants. I can see some are deer resistant types that I need in my yard.
the variety and color of the plants
deep planting beds for the textural borders on either side. This is just the sort of secondary spot that could have been paved for parking. Instead, it is a dreamy area for a stroll, still providing access for those approaching.
“Gravel walk, use of foliage on each side, choices of foliage (I'm looking for ideas for my backyard)” — backyardhope
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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When to plant: Spring to fall
the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes a great companion for society garlic, since both plants bloom at the same time, are from South Africa and thrive in more or less the same conditions. Add a yellow bulbine (Bulbine frutescens, zones 9 to 11) to the mix for
Society Garlic (Tuhlbaghia violacea) plant with agapanthas Where it will grow: Hardy to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 9 to 11) but resprouts in zone 7 Water requirement: Low; well-drained
be sure to smell these "flowers" while in bloom before you plant them- to many people they have a horrible garlic stench!
throughout a planting bed also help bridge the gap between the two shades of purple.
“The use of white and purple agapanthas and society garlic” — Chuck Biller
Wallace Landscape Associates
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Wilmington Estate Landscape
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grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
Love the layers of upper, higher plantings
What are the background blossoming plantings? The bushes around them?
interested in planting. (Ex. Sunlight exposure, moisture, soil type) . Our recommendation would be to contact our office and ask to speak with one of our landscape architects or contact another professional near your home. Thank you for the inquiry!
think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to achieve this look.
The flow between front and side yards, also plants used.
think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to achieve this look.
6. Make mowing easier. How easy is your lawn to mow? If it has an unusually complicated shape, sharp corners and poorly defined edges, simplifying the shape of your beds will help save you time in the long run. Lay out a garden hose to
“Lush” — saralynd
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