32,301 terraced planting areas Home Design Photos

Le jardinet
Mediterranean style
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fairly small space, 125 feet by 75 feet, divided between a stone terrace and planted areas, but several design tricks have been used to fool the eye into
but rather than erecting a fence on the property line, the homeowners planted a row of carefully spaced Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens
fairly small space, 125 feet by 75 feet, divided between a stone terrace and planted areas, but several design tricks have been used to fool the eye into
but rather than erecting a fence on the property line, the homeowners planted a row of carefully spaced Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens
be a distant view of rolling hills. If these trees are not hardy in your area, you could substitute another columnar conifer, such as arborvitae (Thuja
“square garden pond” — h2mjd
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
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Landscape with Limestone Pool Spa and Luxurious Walkway
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stacked fond-du-loc stonewalls retain the hillside while creating terraced planting areas. The stairs are not only beautiful in their own right, but contribute
landscape on a broader scale. The proportions of the steps and walls and the terraces they create effectively transition the large home into the site below.
beauty of this bluestone stairway leading from the kitchen patio and drive area to the pool patio below conceals its utilitarian aspects. Each step is created
“color” — ilannawalden
DESIGN GUILD HOMES
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Cape Cod Inspiration by Design Guild Homes
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The pavers are 18" Architectural Slabs from Mutual Materials in the Seattle area. ...
retaining wall with plants along the outside of the home!
Terraced planting areas...color, small tidy plants
“Beam detail at entry” — Noreen Queen
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Ed Roth Williamsburg
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relaxing open air terrace - plants, lounge area, sky and view
“I like the furniture. It won't get hot.” — ksenko
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
SF Retro Modern
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architecture of the garden is balanced with bold and textural free form plantings. Color, texture and juxtaposed angles.
I love this look of stairs, terrace, planting areas, wood and DG or pea gravel. What do you think?
landscape terracing
“cool multi direction walls” — rkvaughn
Ballard + Mensua Architecture
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Kiffe Residence
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Terraced with planting areas
“Terraced with planting areas” — agosline
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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Grass Terraces
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commonly used in Santa Fe and Albuquerque landscaping. Some of us native plant folks are concerned t hat it will escape gardens into our native grasslands
Planting all the same grasses in one box
plants in distinct groupings. small poofy plants. nice walls
Modern. If a modern landscape is what you strive for, think of the plant material as just another texture, material, or color to incorporate into your
overriding design feature, as with these simple concrete retaining walls.The plantings are used to emphasize the clean lines of the walls. Grasses can be perfect
“bank planting” — dogbluwater
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
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Steel Walls
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and make it happen. Here are photos of the process. We subgraded the terraces and placed the carefully selected stones. Then with a piece of pvc pipe
garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth.
garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth
garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth
sloping garden, you can make the materials you use to terrace the incline as eye-catching as the planting. Here, beds are backed by metal sheets, with huge
“Garden idea” — celess
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