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This is an example of a contemporary backyard landscaping in Other. —  Houzz
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skiwert wrote:Mar 27, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

falonland
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to How to Design and Plant in Dry, Sunny SpotsApr 9, 2015

Use plants that bloom. Prolific flowering plants, like wildflowers and plants used for cutting gardens, need a lot of sun to produce many blooms. A full-sun exposure is a prime opportunity to create a garden bursting with flowers, as long as you use plants that are drought tolerant as well.

frankorgan
Frank Organ added this to Want a More Colorful, Natural Garden? Try a Perennial MeadowAug 3, 2014

The perennial border popularized in Victorian gardens was labor intensive and very seasonal, requiring a great amount of horticultural skill to create a stunning kaleidoscope of summer color. Garden designer Gertrude Jekyll included intricate, colorful borders in many of her Arts and Crafts–style gardens. Maintaining these borders required splitting the perennial plants and replanting every three to four years to maintain their vigor, staking and tying to keep plants in order, and deadheading and weeding throughout the season to keep the border tidy. The design of the perennial meadow has changed the way we interact with the plantings. Whereas the herbaceous border was created as a focal point, or a feature to be viewed, rather like a painting, the perennial meadow takes its form from the prairie style, where we are surrounded by the plantings or are led through them by pathways. The perennial meadow gives us the opportunity to use a wide range of plants and grasses to create a stylized version of a traditional meadow that perhaps has nostalgic resonance with our past.

frankorgan
Frank Organ added this to Take Your Garden on a Rural Route With Plant-Dominant DesignsMay 8, 2013

Grasses don't have be allowed to grow naturally to introduce a feeling of new ruralism into the garden. This rough-cut lawn brings the feeling of a pasture right up to the walls of the house, while seminaturalistic plantings meander under the trees beyond.

mariannel
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Relish the Romance of a Slovenian GardenJun 7, 2012

Cool, green and filled with plants. It's a look I'll never tire of.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

infinitylawn
Infinity Lawn & Landscaping Inc added this to Sustainable LandscapingFeb 26, 2019

Natives can be beautiful and are a great addition to any landscape.

sallypagliai
sallypagliai added this to Lambeth McAfeeFeb 22, 2019

All these plants do really well here.

satoko_nishimura
Satoko Nishimura added this to ガーデンJul 31, 2018

自然な草原に見えるこの写真も、先ほどの「植物のフォルム」を意識して見てみると、考えてつくられた庭であることがわかります。この「植物のフォルム」を意識して植えるというのは、どんな庭でも応用できることで、植栽を考えるときに大事な考え方となります。

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Caroline W added this to GardenJul 14, 2018

I like the colors and varying heights, it gives a softer, more wild feel to the lawn

dianalynnw
Diana added this to WildflowersApr 22, 2018

monochrome goes well in setting

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