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Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,491
Questions6
t’s easy, you may say, to find examples of this style of planting in modern minimalist gardens, where the simple plantings lend themself to modern layouts, but what about more traditional garden designs? Normally you would expect beds like these to be filled with flowing drifts of mixed plantings
LIKE CEMENT BORDER AROUND GARDEN AS A BORDER
It’s easy, you may say, to find examples of this style of planting in modern minimalist gardens, where the simple plantings lend themself to modern layouts, but what about more traditional garden designs?Normally you would expect beds like these to be filled with flowing drifts of mixed plantings
It’s easy, you may say, to find examples of this style of planting in modern minimalist gardens, where the simple plantings lend themselves to modern layouts, but what about more traditional garden designs?Normally you would expect beds like these to be filled with flowing drifts of mixed plantings
“Front of windows front yard” — silkebreiting
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Ideabooks3,989
Questions2
seating, grass, seating with garden along sides, clever
Simple garden design compliments the style of the house
Move Grass Away From Its Traditional SettingNormally a mainstay of traditional garden design, grass can be a great surface material in simple minimalist gardens. Whether it is closely cropped or allowed to grow freely, its creates a neutral base that easily combines with other natural surfaces, such
Move Grass Away From Its Traditional SettingNormally a mainstay of traditional garden design, grass can be a great surface material in simple minimalist gardens. Whether it is closely cropped or allowed to grow freely, its creates a neutral base
A home office incorporated into the back garden is a clever move that’s sure to add value to the homeowners both now, and if they ever decide to sell.
“Elegante” — alfotd
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks14,881
Questions8
The modern edible. The blended garden readily adapts to any garden style. Fruit trees are seamlessly incorporated into this modern outdoor sitting area, elevating the space from merely beautiful to bountiful
insulated, secret garden feel. Perfect idea for the patio bbq area.
formal parterre garden can be modified to fit any design scheme. We love how this example contains many traditional elements but is comfortable for lounging and contains modern touches that fit with the design scheme of the rest of the house.More:Lay of the Landscape: Traditional Garden Design
modern edible. The blended garden readily adapts to any garden style. Fruit trees are seamlessly incorporated into this modern outdoor sitting area, elevating the space from merely beautiful to bountiful as well.
“gravel combined with planting” — lesleygaycampbell
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
Earth, Water & Fire
Ideabooks8,922
Questions6
Landscape by Gardens by Gabriel; Fire Bowl and Water Feature by Wells Concrete Works; Radial bench by TM Lewis Construction
LOVE this yard design! For the bench, did Maysun Wells also design and build this? What are the dimensions, as it relates to the proportion of the fire pit, if you don't mind me asking? It looks
Hi Gardens by Gabriel, thanks for letting me know... my post somehow got redirected! By the way, I love your work!
I like the contemporary garden look eg crucible fire pit
Like the bench for front yard garden
spp) or Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans) — you could even have the taller grasses in the back and the shorter ones up front to mimic a more traditional garden design. Toss in some coneflowers, blue sage or liatris (Liatris aspera) for a few pops of blooming color from early summer to midautumn, and you've
“Flow grasses” — luminouslynde
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks9,448
Questions1
English Garden - Design tip: Lush greenery is a key feature of this style. If you live in a climate where water is scarce, the look may not be the best choice. If you
the term English garden is synonymous with traditional garden design. Whatever you call it, capturing the feel of a home set in the midst of a green, parklike area is key. The large lawn and stately trees are the starting point. There's a sense of flow between every part of the garden rather than separation
separation. Design tip: Lush greenery is a key feature of this style. If you live in a climate where water is scarce, the look may not be the best choice. If you want to try to replicate it, look for plantings that have the same feel but are drought-tolerant, and consider scaling the look back or incorporating
“Walkway” — sgossart
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,798
Questions2
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
The Sunset Western Garden Book has an excellent overview of how to care for roses.
when in full bloom, and they're a featured element in traditional garden design.
Lay of the Landscape: Theme Gardens (6 / 19) Traditional rose gardens let you show off individual plants while streamlining
featured element in traditional garden design. Design tip: Don't feel bound by convention. Roses also are at home when scattered throughout the garden, including your vegetable patch. After all, some varieties have petals and hips that are edible.
requirements. They're also gorgeous when in full bloom, and they're a featured element in traditional garden design. Design tip: Don't feel bound by convention. Roses also are at home when scattered throughout the garden, including your vegetable patch. After all, some varieties have petals and hips that
“Looks pretty” — maedaw_00
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
Indoor Vertical Garden / Flora Grubb
Ideabooks5,507
Questions2
Indoor Vertical Garden / Flora Grubb
Where can I purchase the containers for this vertical garden?
in vertical garden. Plants in pockets winch can be used inside or out
Vertical garden -- I'd like something similar in the dining room.
For a twist on traditional garden design, go vertical. A green wall created with Woolly Pockets adds unexpected texture and life to a wall.
On the wall. Woolly pockets can work indoors or out to give a home a jaw-dropping vertical garden. This one is filled with a variety of verdant houseplants, but you could just as easily use a garden-full of herbs in their place.
“jardim vertical” — Thiago Kalenga
Frank Organ
Lonicera pileata
Ideabooks424
Questions0
plant to provide structure. At the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, we saw just how much they are still a mainstay of many contemporary as well as traditional garden designs. But for a change, try growing Privet Honeysuckle (Lonicera pileata), zones 6-9. This is normally grown as a ground cover with horizontal
clipping till after it flowers. Structure is vital in small garden planting. Strong clipped shapes such as spheres, cubes and pyaramids, especially in repetition, bind the planting design together.
ideas for a small garden space
plant to provide structure. At the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, we saw just how much they are still a mainstay of many contemporary as well as traditional garden designs.But for a change, try growing Privet Honeysuckle (Lonicera pileata), zones 6-9. This is normally grown as a ground cover with horizontal
“Planter” — debdawnmac
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