156,804 sound in the garden Home Design Photos

Stonecreek Building Company, Inc.
11 Reviews
Colonia Miramonte
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Sound. The philosopher welcomes simple, soulful sound in the garden. This
bells, windchimes, water features add sound.
introduce unique and subtle sounds into the garden.
Sound. The philosopher welcomes simple, soulful sound in the garden. This additional layer of depth
additional layer of experience; your garden visitor will thank you.
layer of experience; your garden visitor will thank you.
Sound. The philosopher welcomes simple, soulful sound in the garden. This additional layer of
features and ornamental grasses all introduce unique and subtle sounds into the garden.
Embellish the journey with aromas and sounds. Memories of almost-forgotten experiences are rekindled through aromas and sounds. The bell shown in this photograph
sound - important element in garden...and subtle sounds into the garden.
“Sound in the garden” — ncranch
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Jay Sifford
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euphorbia. I'm not sure exactly which one as someone gifted it to me out of her garden. Thanks for the question.
toughest ground cover I know of is Mazus. You may want to consult a good local garden center to see what will do well under your conditions in your area. Beware
water element in almost every garden. The sound and movement of water bring a special degree of visceral animation to the garden. The specific type of water
that rustle in the wind and other elements can engage the sense of sound in the garden.
wind to produce sound in a way that can be thoughtfully orchestrated. Consider planting grasses en masse in a sunny area of your garden that receives a
waterfall can significantly affect the quality of the sound it produces. Adding rocks will brighten the sound and create splash. For ease of maintenance, be sure
“Moss on rocks...” — hlittle1373
Francis Landscapes
Frederic Francis
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choice to introduce sound to the garden.
Bamboo is an excellent choice to introduce into your garden for the purpose of creating sound. Its dry leaves
Bamboo is an excellent choice to introduce into your garden for the purpose of creating sound. Its
Bamboo is an excellent choice to introduce into your garden for the purpose of creating sound. Its dry leaves and hollow stems respond well to breezes
Bamboo is an excellent choice to introduce into your garden for the purpose of creating sound. Its dry leaves and hollow stems respond well to breezes
“Bamboo” — Stephen Trenta
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Frame For A Garden
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quiet, contemplative sound is beautiful in a garden space (for still days when the "big lake" is calm!)
Thoughtfully add some water. Water features have become an expected element in well-appointed gardens. Before
Called a "Deer Catcher". More solitary sound, hollow & contemplative. Appropriate for small courtyard garden. Water
water features to add to the sound of the garden
all will affect the sound of your feature. The feature shown here is commonly referred to as a deer catcher, as historically the sound was employed to chase
features have become an expected element in well-appointed gardens. Before you run to the nearest garden center and purchase the ceramic kit with a pump, add
I want every sound barrier I can find
“Antes de seleccionar el tipo de fuente que deseas incorporar a tu jardín debes de cuestionarte ¿qu” — Alvarez & Ramos Arquitectos
Aquascape Inc.
6 Reviews
Fountainscapes
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Fountains add the soothing sound of running water to your landscape. Butterflies and birds love these fountains.
Bubbling pot - want a small feature like this in our future back yard herb garden
will create a soothing sound you can enjoy both outside and inside, through a window.
element. Small fountains are easy to incorporate and will create a soothing sound you can enjoy both outside and inside, through a window.
Add soothing sounds to your garden — the murmur of trickling water, the cooing of doves, the distant notes of a wind chime — but visually downplay the
source of the sound, integrating it into plantings or tucking it just beyond the field of vision. You'll find folks are drawn to sound.
Kids and gardens = a natural
“Front yard” — mabecerra
Mayita Dinos Garden Design
4 Reviews
Mediterranean Fantasy
Ideabooks3,365
Questions0
At the top of these stairs is a tiny meadow meadow leading to a garden room resembling an ancient ruin- an idyll where lovers met in secret? The 'floor'
antique burbling fountain provides soothing sounds.
this is m dream garden so informal and inviting . I could stay here
urns mark the entrance, and an antique burbling fountain provides soothing sounds.
4. Mimic ancient ruinsA tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if
Mimic ancient ruinsA tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if
Create that clandestine destination. Every worthwhile journey has a destination, as does a great garden. Consider creating
every garden. Design this area to make an impact, to make your story unforgettable. Disappointment is not an appropriate emotion for your garden to evoke
“by brett's house?” — melyndas
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
18 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks3,240
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assembled an impressive array of garden objects from around the world which were to be incorporated into the gardens. But the challenges were numerous
carefully placed to provide a counterweight to the other objects in the garden. * Builder of the Year: Best Landscape and Hardscape, Santa Barbara Contractors
I love this fountain and would love to put it in my garden. Where can I buy it??? Thanks.
romantic garden. Less is more, so choose appropriately; then savor the heady sensuality of this garden in all its fullness.
water feature sound i think i would like
romantic garden. Less is more, so choose appropriately; then savor the heady sensuality of this garden in all its fullness.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You
I love the sound of softly
“Feng shui water tube” — normnorma
Gilson Group Landscape Design
TRELLIS
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also contribute background sounds that help muffle unwanted noise.
contribute background sounds that help muffle unwanted noise.
activated by a breeze can also contribute background sounds that help muffle unwanted noise.
flags or bunting when activated by a breeze can also contribute background sounds that help muffle unwanted noise.
Simple way to add pleasant sounds...
“stepping stones” — jleayn
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