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Eclectic Landscaping Ideas

Beverly Grove,   Monet Drought Tolerant Garden -Front YardBeverly Grove, Monet Drought Tolerant Garden -Front Yard
Bosler Earth DesignBosler Earth Design
Daniel Bosler Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic drought-tolerant and full sun front yard stone landscaping in Los Angeles.
Urban HideawayUrban Hideaway
K. Dakin Design Inc.K. Dakin Design Inc.
A small courtyard garden in San Francisco. • Creative use of space in the dense, urban fabric of hilly SF. • For the last several years the clients had carved out a make shift courtyard garden at the top of their driveway. It was one of the few flat spaces in their yard where they could sit in the sun and enjoy a cup of coffee. We turned the top of a steep driveway into a courtyard garden. • The actual courtyard design was planned for the maximum dimensions possible to host a dining table and a seating area. The space is conveniently located outside their kitchen and home offices. However we needed to save driveway space for parking the cars and getting in and out. • The design, fabrication and installation team was comprised of people we knew. I was an acquaintance to the clients having met them through good friends. The landscape contractor, Boaz Mor, http://www.boazmor.com/, is their neighbor and someone I worked with before. The metal fabricator is Murray Sandford of Moz Designs, https://mozdesigns.com/, https://www.instagram.com/moz_designs/ . Both contractors have long histories of working in the Bay Area on a variety of complex designs. • The size of this garden belies the complexity of the design. We did not want to remove any of the concrete driveway which was 12” or more in thickness, except for the area where the large planter was going. The driveway sloped in two directions. In order to get a “level”, properly, draining patio, we had to start it at around 21” tall at the outside and end it flush by the garage doors. • The fence is the artful element in the garden. It is made of power-coated aluminum. The panels match the house color; and posts match the house trim. The effect is quiet, blending into the overall property. The panels are dramatic. Each fence panel is a different size with a unique pattern. • The exterior panels that you see from the street are an abstract riff on the seasons of the Persian walnut tree in their front yard. The cut-outs illustrate spring bloom when the walnut leafs out to autumn when the nuts drop to the ground and the squirrels eats them, leaving a mess of shells everywhere. Even the pesky squirrel appears on one of the panels. • The interior panels, lining the entry into the courtyard, are an abstraction of the entire walnut tree. • Although the panel design is made of perforations, the openings are designed to retain privacy when you are inside the courtyard. • There is a large planter on one side of the courtyard, big enough for a tree to soften a harsh expanse of a neighboring wall. Light through the branches cast playful shadows on the wall behind. • The lighting, mounted on the house is a nod to the client’s love of New Orleans gas lights. • The paving is black stone from India, dark enough to absorb the warmth of the sun on a cool, summer San Francisco day.
Gardening with SunflowersGardening with Sunflowers
Cindy BowersCindy Bowers
Cynthia S. Bowers
This is an example of an eclectic landscaping in St Louis.
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Unique FeaturesUnique Features
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/BuildBurke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Inspiration for an eclectic retaining wall landscape in Philadelphia.
Riverine Crest ProjectRiverine Crest Project
Sage Scapes & DesignSage Scapes & Design
colonnade holly, mexican sage, foxtail ferns, and bicolor iris with variegated yucca in the pots
Photo of an eclectic full sun backyard landscaping in Houston with decking.
Sunjoy® Gold Pillar BarberrySunjoy® Gold Pillar Barberry
Proven WinnersProven Winners
Design ideas for a mid-sized eclectic full sun landscaping in Chicago.
GardensGardens
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and ConstructionAlderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
This is an example of an eclectic landscaping in Seattle.
Bridger View Golf HomeBridger View Golf Home
Design 5 Landscape ArchitectureDesign 5 Landscape Architecture
Derik Olsen Photography
Photo of an eclectic landscaping in Other.
Shanti GardenShanti Garden
Westover Landscape DesignWestover Landscape Design
Shanti means ‘Peace' in Sanskrit and this garden, with its series of lush, elegant and surprising garden ‘rooms' lives up to its name. While each room has its own unique feel from a formal walking garden to an exuberant butterfly garden, they all offer the visitor tranquility. All are punctuated by superb stonework and elegant and unique plantings. You will find very little lawn here and instead find flowering shrubs, trees, perennials, grasses, and even unusual and striking annuals planted to delight human and butterfly visitors. This exquisite garden is the result of a close working and personal relationship between the owners and the garden's designer: together they have created a year-round living work of art. More at www.WestoverLD.com Photo by Karen Bussolini for Westover Landscape Design.
Succulent GardensSucculent Gardens
Debra Lee BaldwinDebra Lee Baldwin
Golden barrel cacti look amazing backlit by the sun. Photo by Debra Lee Baldwin. For more photos of succulents in landscapes, go to the Photos page of my website.
Souveroff ResidenceSouveroff Residence
Huettl Landscape ArchitectureHuettl Landscape Architecture
Design ideas for an eclectic landscaping in San Francisco.
Woodland garden 1Woodland garden 1
Jay Sifford Garden DesignJay Sifford Garden Design
'Orange Rocket' barberry with 'Janome Ogon' pinus parviflora. Photo by Jay Sifford.
Design ideas for an eclectic landscaping in Charlotte.
Chiltern EstateChiltern Estate
Dennis Mayer - PhotographerDennis Mayer - Photographer
Dennis Mayer Photography www.chilternestate.com
Photo of an eclectic landscaping in San Francisco.
Arbors, trellises, pergolasArbors, trellises, pergolas
Just in Thyme Landscape DesignJust in Thyme Landscape Design
Less was more in this small back yard when it came to the pergola. This minimalist structure frames the dining area and provides heat and light without shading the inside of the house and yard which already is covered by many large trees.
Ettinger ResidenceEttinger Residence
Dale Newman Landscape ArchitectDale Newman Landscape Architect
The stacked stones have evolved over time, sometimes mysteriously getting taller. Dale Newman Design
Design ideas for an eclectic landscaping in Los Angeles.
Outdoor spacesOutdoor spaces
BlissLightsBlissLights
The BlissLights Spright is our most popular product. This unique lighting experience projects thousands of static pin-points of light perfect for a “fire fly” effect in your garden, on your home, in trees, yard, pool or lawn. Combine green, red and blue for a truly unique lighting display that will amaze you and your neighbors each night! Special outdoor occasions have never felt so magical! Being surrounded by a firefly effect truly transforms any event, dinner or gathering outdoors!
Mulhollan Rain GardenMulhollan Rain Garden
Bowerbird Design LLCBowerbird Design LLC
The roof drains into a channel formed with "urbanite" or recycled concrete. The water flows into the rain water swale in the middle of the garden.
Design ideas for a mid-sized eclectic front yard stone garden path in Other.

Eclectic Landscaping Ideas

Eclectic LandscapeEclectic Landscape
This is an example of an eclectic landscaping in Dallas.
Zero Lawn Xeriscape - Return of the NativeZero Lawn Xeriscape - Return of the Native
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
A marvelously eclectic collection of what the homeowner loves. Some might say overdone but I disagree because it's my garden. David Morello
This is an example of an eclectic landscaping in Houston.
Nature Preserve Backyard SanctuaryNature Preserve Backyard Sanctuary
The Art of LandscapeThe Art of Landscape
Jane Luce
Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic hillside stone landscaping in DC Metro.
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