A Classic Country White Garden
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
Design ideas for a traditional backyard landscaping in New York. — Houzz
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Amy Renea added this to
Imagine what this walkway looks like at night — little dancing blooms all along the left side and a wave of shimmering white softening the fence to the right. Pure magic!
Marianne Lipanovich added this to
The color garden. Going with a specific color scheme is probably one of the easiest ways to make a garden uniquely your own. They say white is the absence of color, but in this space, it is the defining element. It's also a classic look.Design tip: A green and white color scheme visually cools down a garden on a hot summer day.
Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to
The softness of a climbing rose entwines on a pergola as part of the landscape.
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Classic WhiteThis is perhaps the quintessential monochromatic garden. Fences are festooned with white sweet autumn clematis (Clematis terniflora, zones 4 to 10), while clipped boxwood hedges corral billowing mounds of white roses and hydrangeas. Elegant, sophisticated and formal, this is truly a classic look that will never go out of fashion. The design is held together even when no flowers are blooming, since the home itself continues the theme.
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The white flowering plant along the fence and growing over is Sweet Autumn Clematis (Clematis ternifola). The plant that is growing up with posts of the pergola is Wisteria.