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Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,522
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
“landscaping” — lmdsantamarta
Roger Washburn Landscape Architecture
Wellesley, MA Garden
Ideabooks2,580
Questions2
Even this very traditional garden has succumbed to strip and block planting. The clear strip of variegated hostas not only creates interest in color against the green ground cover
sloped garden walk instead of ramp
Even this very traditional garden has succumbed to strip and block planting. The clear strip of variegated hostas not only creates interest in color against the green ground cover, but really makes a feature of the bank.
Even this very traditional garden has succumbed to strip and block planting
“Neat terracing” — 1900ckr
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Ideabooks4,022
Questions2
Simple garden design compliments the style of the house
seating, grass, seating with garden along sides, clever
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.
“small patio with grass” — alposa
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Design Elements In the Garden
Ideabooks2,205
Questions1
Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Modern spheres. Who says trimmed shrubs are only for traditional gardens? Bunchy little round shrubs make a welcome addition to a modern garden as well, bringing softness to the horizontal lines.
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Modern spheres. Who says trimmed shrubs are only for traditional gardens? Bunchy little round shrubs make a welcome addition to a modern garden as well, bringing softness to the horizontal lines.
says trimmed shrubs are only for traditional gardens? Bunchy little round shrubs make a welcome addition to a modern garden as well, bringing softness to the horizontal lines.
“plants in gravel” — janelle9
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,807
Questions2
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
Traditional rose gardens let you show off individual plants while streamlining maintenance
Traditional rose gardens let you show off individual plants while streamlining maintenance — it's easier to deadhead roses or
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.
“Looks pretty” — maedaw_00
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks1,882
Questions0
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends
Echinacea and rudbeckia with ornamental grasses in the garden bed, and combination of hanging baskets
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly
“Wildflowers” — Lacy Brittenson
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks5,220
Questions4
Garden SPHERES 2013 European gardeners have been inviting the sphere into their traditional garden
European gardeners have been inviting the sphere into their traditional garden spaces for several hundred years. Notice how the ordinary boxwood (Buxus cvs, zones 5 to 9) takes on new meaning and
Path by garden and apple trees
I used to dislike anything clipped or shaped in a garden. Have begun to realize the value of structured form
European gardeners have been inviting the sphere into their traditional garden spaces for several hundred years. Notice how the ordinary boxwood (Buxus cvs, zones 5 to 9) takes on new meaning and
We can take ideas from topiary gardens of the past and just use evergreens trimmed into shapes that will unite the small garden design. Or look to famous gardens such as Vita Sackwell-West's Sissinghurst, where her white border is a great lesson on how to restrict planting to one color to unify a small
“Symmetrical hedges as garden architecture” — remix
dianne
Dianne Muyskens
Ideabooks7,990
Questions8
Ever changing garden in Vancouver, WA. We bought this property on an acre of horse pasture and started to landscape it immediately. Garden is now 17 years in the making and I'm still working on it and love changing and adding to the look. I took the pictures and they're from early spring to late fall
Hi! I am wondering what kind of boxwood this is - do you happen to know if it is English or American? Thank you so much, what a beautiful garden you've created! Becky Harris
Buxus sempervirens, Though it is used quite frequently in "English" style gardens it isn't English per-say nor American for that matter.
sorry....I don't have aerial shots of the knot garden.
Yes I have answered,but it was sometime ago. The four trees in the knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples) The trees behind are European hornbeams. Love the shape of these, but they do get large.
“Make a Boxwood hedge maze in the backyard” — flannie2
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