169,347 terraced garden Home Design Photos

Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Elegance Restored
Ideabooks2,017
Questions3
might need terracing in our landscape
Love the angel in the garden
Nice terracing! Could do something like this in my garden.
could we terrace down if we put in a pool?
terrace? I like this idea a lot better
8. Landscape a terraced hillside. If your property includes a steeply sloping hillside, consider working with a landscape designer to create a terraced garden with stone walls. Terraced gardens are incredibly elegant and protect your site from erosion. The terraces shown here offer a compelling backdrop
“love these stones” — tateleyba
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Oakland Estate
Ideabooks2,869
Questions4
6. Conceal it completely. Hot tub? What hot tub? Custom-built spas provide the largest variety of options for concealment, even when they’re aboveground. In this case a stone wall hides the tub from the patio area, while the wall continues as part of a terraced garden.
or conceal it completely stone wall hides tub from patio area and wall continues as part of terraced garden
concealment, even when they’re aboveground. In this case a stone wall hides the tub from the patio area, while the wall continues as part of a terraced garden.
concealment, even when they’re aboveground. In this case a stone wall hides the tub from the patio area, while the wall continues as part of a terraced garden.
“Spa” — saintcrispian
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks8,567
Questions2
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Repurposed concrete pieces are stacked as a raised planter for this chef's garden. Crops are rotated seasonally for a fresh harvest. Hardscape by Southern California Landscape. Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
hold a garden bed. Nice stone structures.
Live the waist high raised garden
tiered garden - great way to use slope
a way to incorporate a veggie/fruit garden?
tiered chef's garden - would need sun though, no?
“Little plants” — haven_j
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Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Glass Link
Ideabooks3,010
Questions2
Like individual long split-level garden beds
make smaller garden terraces along terrace in back yard
further conveyed in the way the walkway follows the topography of the site. The steps actually align with the terraced landscape, a considerate means of tying the two together.
Terraced strips of vegetation on the exterior match the pattern of steps on the interior of this home. With translucent
“Landscape” — Jens Rasmussen
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Production Garden
Ideabooks7,427
Questions4
it doesn't get slippery. But this garden is in California so for the majority of the growing season the wood is dry.
how high is the fence ? looking to keep deer out of garden in nj .
Love the use of step downs with the garden beds
I love the levels of this terraced garden.
Dealing with sloped property and garden spot like James and
like how the fence folows the garden
I love the way the fence line mimics the rhythm of the garden beds here.
Raised beds are great for sloped areas that need terraced plantings.
Terraced garden boxes are a great solution for those with uneven or sloping backyard spaces. Just be sure to install a proper drainage system. If water
water doesn't drain properly, it will stagnate and cause damage to your terrace structure.More:How to Build a Raised-Bed GardenUnexpected Edible Gardens
“Raised beds and fencing” — csdechant
Versa-Lok Retaining Wall Systems
1 Review
Retaining Walls
Ideabooks2,284
Questions1
Breaking up the stairs into a series of landings makes it easy to tend to the tiered gardens.
veggie beds built in to terrace
terraced garden by Versa-lok retaining wall systems
Breaking up the stairs into a series of landings makes it easy to tend to the tiered gardens. Wicking beds could be serviced by overflow piping to each lower bed.
By dividing these terraced beds with wide steps and landings, the problem of maintenance has been overcome. The random patterns created in both the stone walls and the paving are almost replicated in the tapestry planting within the raised beds. Different-size beds accommodate both large and small plants
“LOW MAINTENTAINCE” — workinprogress3
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Ideabooks20,817
Questions1
Classic Designs often work the best for a traditional style home set on a rural estate in Princeton NJ. For the dinning terrace a bluestone patio was installed with a brick inlayed rug. Plantings beds filled with perennials and flowering shrubs surround the patio and lead you down to the swimming pool
with Pennsylvania Fieldstone and the pool patio is Blue/ Grey Sandstone. The project was collaboration between Harmony Design Group and Ronni Hock Garden & Landscape. Ronni Hock is also responsible for the photographs.
Terraced gardens between houses with center stairs.
Traditional terraced gardens tend to reflect the planting style of the overall garden or style of the house. Mixed plantings of shrubs and perennials generally found in traditional plantings not only provide year-round color and interest, but also soften hard outlines of stonework. The real joy, though
“Wall with iron fence on top around pool” — hsugar01
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Noe Valley
Ideabooks1,365
Questions0
interesting composition for stepped garden on side of garage.
having the steps run into the top of the terrace well
Retaining wall , steps and garden
Steps along side terracing
Terrace style retaining walls
terraced garden idea
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“single row of wide pavers for rim. leave drainage gaps - maybe riverstone - not mulch. Colored secti” — Gabriel Nadel
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