191,677 shade garden Home Design Photos

Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Landscape and Pool Design
Ideabooks12,925
Questions8
small gardens, fountains, and follies add interest to the classic designs.
fits my garden design!! What is the materials being used here?
Lovely garden by the side
italian garden...Beautiful gardens....English garden
“Crushed rock instead of flagstone by the lounge chairs” — boydzimmerer
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
27 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks17,592
Questions7
amount of shade, the yard. Everything!
The sweep of the garden leading from the entry to the pavement
Fence. Hydrangea's. Less yard more garden.
cottage garden, especially in this rather large space, might be too much. The solution: Combine the two. The lawn, the formal paving to the side of the house and the garden beds filled with shrubs reflect a traditional approach, while the irregular pavers, the picket fence and the blowsy plants behind
“Blue house with black shutters and white trim” — potpie73
Dufner Heighes Inc
garden
Ideabooks7,704
Questions8
Courtyard Garden, include some potted plants, garden chairs in green (single seater) I already have just need a good wooden bench treated for weather protection and cute garden table.
In sunken garden. Use fire feature in center of table
of that shade of green and white, the table, planters around, the bench and the wiremesh chair
put a garden gnome into this super-chic outdoor space so much that I can't even stand it!
Chippendale garden bench are traditional pieces, the paint color choices and throwing them together with that interesting table give it an eclectic look. This person is also a patio-er after my own heart, as they've added a funny little gnome as an accent piece!
“bench” — joaniemorgan
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks10,075
Questions6
be in shade and struggling and the gutters will be full of leaves each and every year. One of the most common mistakes we see when homeowners develop gardens along the front of a residence is all of the plant material is placed inside the walkway. Most people will not even notice the plantings. When
"through" the garden instead of along it. If you were to pull that birch to the outside of the walkway and plant it about 8' outside the walkway into the enlarged planting bed and light it with three LED uplights you begin to create a much more dramatic entry way.
“Sidewalk from driveway to porch” — awmann
Field Outdoor Spaces
9 Reviews
Urban Oasis
Ideabooks11,694
Questions6
Beautiful garden idea - small space
Courtyard garden with several separate zones
Are the shades custom?
the herb garden...Garden ideas...Small garden...Garden Idee?...garden bench
“Pathway idea?” — slingerland1
Rolling Landscapes Inc.
7 Reviews
Dalewood Ln. Hinsdale, IL
Ideabooks5,976
Questions4
The gateway... pavers.... overall just an nice entrance to a bigger gardening area.... maybe vineyards
Love the garden path.
Transition to Fenced in Garden
Side garden pathway and beds
shade to partial sun
Garden steps...Garden path...simple garden idea...Walkway to garden...garden gate
“Pathway” — lala530
Flavin Architects
16 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks2,684
Questions3
Garden with top shade for the roof top gardens
Glass House Zen Garden Photo 1 of 5: Modern glass house set in the landscape evokes a midcentury vibe. A modern gas fireplace divides the living area with a polished concrete floor from the greenhouse with a gravel floor. The frame
Glass garden and tea room with fp
“awesome” — Michael Tran
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,373
Questions8
'idea for garden - nice, low maintanance.
Contemporary Garden/Landscape Mixing formal with informal and planting is irregular Geometric in layout but arranged with deliberate asymmetry
in this garden. Well done indeed.
other.The gardens of Jekyll and Lutyens were geometric in layout but arranged with deliberate asymmetry — the planting being generally irregular, as we can see in this modern scheme.The large Angel's Trumpet (Brugmansia x candida 'Double White') is central to the design, but doesn't overpower it.
“red & blue colored plant combo” — irish22blu
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