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Aloe and Grevillea in Front of White Stucco Retaining Wall-  Back Yard
Aloe and Grevillea in Front of White Stucco Retaining Wall- Back Yard
Bosler Earth Design
Rear retaining wall with Agave next to steps ©Daniel Bosler Photography
Low Water Gardens
Low Water Gardens
JPM Landscape
Landscape and design by Jpm Landscape
Mid century Front Landscape - Racine
Mid century Front Landscape - Racine
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
View of the new entrance to the historical John Randal McDonald designed home. We were retained for the landscape design partially because of our background in architecture and our understanding of the midcentury aesthetic. Renn Kuhnen Photography
Miami Beach Residence 2
Miami Beach Residence 2
Overmyer Architects
Landscape Photo Credit: Maxwell Mackenzie
Contemporary Landscape Design for a Narrow Back Yard in Napa, CA
Contemporary Landscape Design for a Narrow Back Yard in Napa, CA
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Napa, CA residence, adjacent to a steep rock hillside. My design solutions included a contemporary redwood horizontal fence to help screen the view of the hillside along with arbors for vines that help to break up the long narrow space. I designed a triangular-shaped pergola with decorative panels from "Parasoleil" that serves as an artful focal point while providing interesting shade patterns that casts its delightful shadow along fence and patio and bench below, changing its position as the sun moves throughout the day. The landscape design includes angular planting beds, concrete pavers surrounded by gravel and a small lower-water lawn for the family to enjoy. The photos show the just planted low-water plants, vines and olive trees and again after a couple of months. Drawings, Design and Photos © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Daniel Island Landscape Enhancements & Maintenance
Daniel Island Landscape Enhancements & Maintenance
YardWorks
formal grass & shrubs in front of traditional Daniel Island home.
Long Beach Drought Tolerant Landscape
Long Beach Drought Tolerant Landscape
CaliScape Landscape Services
While the Southern California drought is keeping homeowners water usage to a minimum, there are an abundance of plants that thrive on minimal water. A combination of drip irrigation systems and drought tolerant plants can keep your exterior spaces green and beautiful as well as water efficient. This image features our design a few months down the road. With the addition of a few spring flowers, this front yard is officially ready for the Spring and Summer season.
Prairie Style Reimagined
Prairie Style Reimagined
Lord Design
Photography by Blackstone Studios Decorated by Lord Design
Bayside
Bayside
David R. Lamb, Landscape Architect
This propery is situated on the south side of Centre Island at the edge of an oak and ash woodlands. orignally, it was three properties having one house and various out buildings. topographically, it more or less continually sloped to the water. Our task was to creat a series of terraces that were to house various functions such as the main house and forecourt, cottage, boat house and utility barns. The immediate landscape around the main house was largely masonry terraces and flower gardens. The outer landscape was comprised of heavily planted trails and intimate open spaces for the client to preamble through. As the site was largely an oak and ash woods infested with Norway maple and japanese honey suckle we essentially started with tall trees and open ground. Our planting intent was to introduce a variety of understory tree and a heavy shrub and herbaceous layer with an emphisis on planting native material. As a result the feel of the property is one of graciousness with a challenge to explore.
A beautifully designed garden is just as important as the interior of your home. Your front yard, especially, will contribute to the first impression people have of your home, and therefore deserves the same attention to detail as any room in your house. Plants and landscaping can add colour, texture and even fragrance to gardens, and can be as elaborate or or low maintenance as your lifestyle and preferences permit. You may not have much space for greenery, but even a balcony garden can make for a peaceful oasis in a concrete jungle. Whether it’s a manicured front lawn, paved pathway or intricate garden design, this space should complement your home’s landscape, architecture and design, suit the local climate, and reflect your household.

What plants should I add to my front garden?


Begin by considering the area immediately around and leading up to your front door, and choose a garden design that blends in well with the style of your home – for example, abundant foliage and flowering plants will perfectly complement a period property, whereas man-made materials, geometric shapes and contrasting textures are great ideas for a contemporary garden design. If maintenance is an issue, opt for succulents, bushes or neatly-pruned hedges; and if you don't have a green thumb, stick with grass and use a gravel pathway, water feature, timber fence or stone wall for variation. If you have a balcony garden, get creative with hanging plants, living walls, and potted plants with underplanting.

What garden features should I add to my backyard?


The backyard is for entertaining and playtime, so incorporate seating, dining areas, play spaces and sunny relaxation spots. Vegetable gardens and rose gardens are popular yard additions, especially when combined with a pergola, arbour, raised bed, border, walkway or fence. You can even add fun accessories like birdbaths and feeders to aid with birdwatching. For the ultimate party house, incorporate a pool and patio or deck with a fire pit, outdoor fireplace, barbecue and outdoor kitchen. If you're an active, sports-loving family, add a basketball court, volleyball court, bocce ball or croquet. And don't forget about outdoor furniture! A bench in a garden makes a great reading or meditation spot, while a weatherproof chaise lounge, sofa and chair are nice for taking in sunny days.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a garden renovation or are building a designer garden from scratch, Houzz has 790,956 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Linda Sansone & Associates and Neave Group Outdoor Solutions. Look through garden photos in different colours and styles and when you find a garden design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful garden ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.
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