13,755 vegetable gardening raised Home Design Photos

D-CRAIN Design and Construction
great landscape with stone and vegetation mix
Large contemporary garden
Amazing garden space!
Nice garden
“Garden” — Milena Cruz
J A L A, Jeff Allen Landscape Architecture
Culinary Garden
Like grill area and enclosed garden
Fence,path, garden...Culinary Garden...Vegetable Garden...garden walls...kitchen garden
“Path” — julesvernes
Tomaro Design Group
2 Reviews
The Strand Manhattan Beach
Small garden n sitting place in d
Garden retreat...indoor d garden
“Courtyard” — caseydenn
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
cozy idea with the built in sitting area and the square concret? slabs and the vegetation
It is unusual and attractive. I would like it in my garden.
Garden area...garden ideas...Outdoor garden
“love this” — monty8028
Architectural Photographer Ron Rosenzweig
4 Reviews
Riverfront Villa
Photographer: Ron Rosenzweig Home Builder: Onshore Construction & Dev. Co. Interior Design: Marc Michaels Cabinetry: Artistry-Masters of Woodcraft Architects: Dailey Janssen Architects
“balcony” — Jim Keen
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz
level of vegetation separating the boxwood from the grass. Also what appears to be lighting.
simple knod to English garden
Love this garden n house
Garden 22...English garden...Gordy House Garden...garden fountain
““water feature with boxwoods”” — Donna Strader
Linden L.A.N.D. Group
6 Reviews
Burlington Retreat
garden path
garden path lighting
Vegetation low maintenance
Garden, flowers
“Flowers” — ryder063
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Mediterranean but adapts to a hacienda design. Ivy really makes this space happen, as does vegetation growing between pavers.
This landscape design's garden arches and pathways remind me of the Chateau's Garden Cottages, which are grouped around a courtyard adjacent to the pool.
This garden exemplifies a good use of the two main groups of plants that can be used to cover and decorate walls. Wall shrubs, such as the Pyracantha
Pyracantha forming the dramatic garden archway, tend to be slower growing than the other group — the climbers. Climbers can be divided into free climbers, such as ivy, that use aerial roots to self-attach, and clingy climbers, such as clematis, which need some sort of exterior support (like a trellis) to
“greenery growing on walls” — sitani22
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