73,230 water feature in garden Home Design Photos

ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
It’s equipped with an arbor with wisteria entwined around its beams that provide adequate shade during the hot hours of the day. The clients, avid gardeners and lovers of land, called for a potting shed. The structure was hand crafted on-site from salvaged lumber milled from the properties own trees.
knack for the old, the clients made it easy to incorporate a connection to the farm’s past and add focal points along the journey with antique crates, water pumps, rustic barrels, and windmills.
In my daydreams, my well water gets pumped by an old fashioned farm windmill into a water tower that feeds pressure into our plumbing.
Idea for garden area at ranch
“windmill-small amount of extra electricity” — musicadvisor
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Can you explain how the deck drainage system works? Is water re-directed to the edge, or is water allowed to fall directly through the paver spacings? Thank you, you have designed a beautiful urban oasis!
Water is able to fall directly through the edges of each paver. The pavers are raised on pedestal system for easy drainage below.
Looking for something outside the planter box? Consider a vertical garden. Mount one against an existing wall or use one as a wall of its own. Arrange your plantings to create a sculptural centerpiece, as with this succulent garden, or place them haphazardly for a less formal feel.
7. Create a natural home for your garden's wildlife. Slow-growing hedges, especially native varieties, will give even the smallest garden the benefits of providing shelter and food for birds and insects. The last thing a Slow Gardener needs in the garden is topiary or a fast-growing hedge that needs
“Love the ivy” — Greg Lynch
Creative Interiors by Kim
10 Reviews
Pergola in Spring!
We are considering building a large pergola with columns in our garden. How did you secure the columns to the ground? The columns are round permacast.
Canadian gardeners. There are plenty of arbours and pergolas festooned with healthy-looking wisterias that simply refuse to bloom. So what's the secret to getting the magnificent show of fragrant blossoms that are on view each spring at Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario? Gardener Bob May
to give your wisteria the best chance of survival. The first—and most important—step is to provide a good supply of water during the fall. Dry soil harms roots and causes stress; water will transport nutrients from the soil, increasing the plant’s stored energy. Next, add an extra layer of organic mulch
“wysteria” — anglodude
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Could see this from Either corner of our garden
hillside orn grass garden with stairs
steps going up slope, low water landscape
Low water plants...Steps down to water...garden mawe 4
“staircase” — suzyg54
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Outdoor pool deck
The water feature at the end of the pool
inspiration photo for sculptural water feature
do I like this water feature
water falling for water feature
look through water feature
water and pool...Waterfall feature...rain water wall...water fall...The water fall...water feature...water wall...water feature
“See thru wall” — char801
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
this conventional 60′s ranch-home’s yard. Repetition of materials like stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape
place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil and create a small watering berm around the outside of the hole. After planting, prune to remove wayward branches and shape the tree. Water deeply and add mulch, keeping it at least 3 inches away from the trunk.
irrigation to establish deep roots. Try to water toward the base of the plant rather than on the plant's leaves (which could create fungal problems); water more deeply and less often, and always follow any watering guidelines that exist in your area.More regional gardening guides
“Patio” — ARbusch
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
Gorgeous garden with coy pool. Love the balance and symmetry of the design.
This tranquil little garden seems amazing!
heavenly garden...Garden structure...Water pond...Badass garden...step garden, hedges...formal garden...step garden
“Very nice concept” — joolmac
Land Plus Associates, Ltd
4 Reviews
Love the small garden house to the left of the photo.
Love the short white gate for a garden.
What about building a small structure next to driveway gate that could store water toys like kayaks and paddle boards & life jackets?
Rustic garden entrance
garden gate white garden gate
Beautiful Garden!!! Congrats!
Beautiful garden!...Veg garden...vegetable garden...Garden fence...cottage garden...garden entry
“fence” — yukkcheung
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