Design For Garden

Design For Garden

1 Of 16 Ultimate Kitchen GardenFeast your eyes upon the potager of our dreams, designed by Jon Carloftis and overflowing with amazing edible plants handpicked by the nation’s best chefs.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Michael A. Hill 2 Of 16 A Glorious Kitchen-Garden PlanGarden designer Chris Fischer divided Linda Lipsett’s 30-by-90-foot plot into three distinct zones—a large central area bookended by two smaller sections—and outfitted each with raised beds that allow better control over the soil quality.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Michael A. HillAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 16 Foliage-Filled GardenSean Conway’s got nothing against flowers, but it’s the garden designer’s way with foliage that makes his Rhode Island spread sing.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Allison Langton 4 Of 16 Crevice GardenHow about perking up that drab Zone 5 to 8 patio or terrace with a sundial and some compact flowering plants? All you have to do is remove a few of the pavers and plant a few sprawling perennials.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Michelle BuchardAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 16 Water GardenThis small water feature is suitable for a Zone 6 to 9 residential garden in the city or suburbs, where it could be placed on a deck, terrace, or patio.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Michelle Buchard 6 Of 16 Cottage GardenThis Zone 5 to 8 garden integrates charming old-time annuals and perennials, herbs, and flowering shrubs to produce a simple, informal display that provides plenty of flowers for cutting.Get this garden plan » Illustration by Michelle BuchardAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 16 Fall Cutting GardenNothing dresses up a home like fresh flowers, and growing them yourself is an added bonus. This small raised-bed cutting garden, edged with low picket fencing, will provide cut flowers for many weeks and can be tailored to your color preferences.Get the garden plan » Illustration by Michelle Buchard 8 Of 16 Fall Decorating GardenTired of having to buy all the items you need to craft natural seasonal decorations? Why not take some space in your garden and grow your own selection?Get the garden plan » Illustration by Michelle BuchardAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 16 Evergreen Screen GardenPlant a screen of evergreens to hide eyesores, enhance your property, and provide privacy year-round.Get the garden plan » Illustration by Michelle Buchard 10 Of 16 Indoor Herb BoxHaving fresh herbs on hand is possible at any time of year with this indoor window box.Get the garden plan » Illustration by Michelle Buchard
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BHG.com Gardening Garden Design Garden Design Garden design is the foundation of any great landscape. What does your dream garden look like? Make that dream a reality with garden design secrets, ideas, and inspiration for front yards and backyards. That includes stunning color, foliage, and plant combinations, including the best red and yellow flowers to pair together, as well as tips for decor, landscaping, and curb appeal. We’ve made it easy to include more plants in your favorite hues, with guides to blue, lavender, orange, pink, and purple blooms — and more. If you love a landscape filled with wildlife, such as birds and butterflies, you’ll learn ways to attract them to your garden, including building your own birdhouses or creating birdbaths. Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden(R) secrets are revealed, with a tour through its stunning outdoor spaces. For gardeners trying to conquer a difficult condition, such as shade, don’t despair, we have advice from the pros as well as ways to increase your yard’s privacy. For those of you who already know what your garden style is, you’ll love the guides to garden types, including cottage, country, and Japanese. And DIYers will fill weekends with garden projects galore, including directions for making a living wreath, luminarias, and topiaries, as well as how to dry flowers. Plus, boost your garden’s interest every season with landscaping secrets for autumn and winter. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email
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Design For Garden

Garden Design Garden design is the foundation of any great landscape. What does your dream garden look like? Make that dream a reality with garden design secrets, ideas, and inspiration for front yards and backyards. That includes stunning color, foliage, and plant combinations, including the best red and yellow flowers to pair together, as well as tips for decor, landscaping, and curb appeal. We’ve made it easy to include more plants in your favorite hues, with guides to blue, lavender, orange, pink, and purple blooms — and more. If you love a landscape filled with wildlife, such as birds and butterflies, you’ll learn ways to attract them to your garden, including building your own birdhouses or creating birdbaths. Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden(R) secrets are revealed, with a tour through its stunning outdoor spaces. For gardeners trying to conquer a difficult condition, such as shade, don’t despair, we have advice from the pros as well as ways to increase your yard’s privacy. For those of you who already know what your garden style is, you’ll love the guides to garden types, including cottage, country, and Japanese. And DIYers will fill weekends with garden projects galore, including directions for making a living wreath, luminarias, and topiaries, as well as how to dry flowers. Plus, boost your garden’s interest every season with landscaping secrets for autumn and winter.
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Design For Garden

Garden design is the foundation of any great landscape. What does your dream garden look like? Make that dream a reality with garden design secrets, ideas, and inspiration for front yards and backyards. That includes stunning color, foliage, and plant combinations, including the best red and yellow flowers to pair together, as well as tips for decor, landscaping, and curb appeal. We’ve made it easy to include more plants in your favorite hues, with guides to blue, lavender, orange, pink, and purple blooms — and more. If you love a landscape filled with wildlife, such as birds and butterflies, you’ll learn ways to attract them to your garden, including building your own birdhouses or creating birdbaths. Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden(R) secrets are revealed, with a tour through its stunning outdoor spaces. For gardeners trying to conquer a difficult condition, such as shade, don’t despair, we have advice from the pros as well as ways to increase your yard’s privacy. For those of you who already know what your garden style is, you’ll love the guides to garden types, including cottage, country, and Japanese. And DIYers will fill weekends with garden projects galore, including directions for making a living wreath, luminarias, and topiaries, as well as how to dry flowers. Plus, boost your garden’s interest every season with landscaping secrets for autumn and winter.
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MelSome of these gardens look spectacular? Really goes to show that you can make something beautiful out of a small space. And it doesn’t have to cost the earth. We recommend using a builders merchant for your paving stones. Or if you have a project manager, get them to shop around for the best prices.DianeWe love the structure in the very first photo, we were wondering if there are plans that can be purchased to create the framed house/wall in the photograph.Tara TompsonI love landscaping, it really makes a backyard look great. Ours is kind of boring right now and we want to plant more. I would love to have flower beds and little gardens!Greenwood NurseryThe chess garden is amazing!Kristen DockeryThese are all such fun and creative ideas for landscaping. I am looking to have my yard landscaped and designed so the outside looks just as good on the inside. I will have to show my landscaper and see if he is able to do any of these designs, I hope that he can and I can’t wait to see how it turns out.Dave ThompsonA garden can liven up any home. Adding the right decorations to that garden can make it even better. Great ideas for any garden and any home.Gary BirtlesThese are beautiful examples. I think the first photo is my favorite though, it just looks so calming. If I had that yard I’d constantly be out there relaxing. Maybe someday I’ll get my yard as pristine as that one.Johnny ShiI love the look of all of these gardens. They are all so simple and yet they look so good. When I was looking at them I thought to myself “why didn’t I think of that”. I am going to have to try some of this stuff out. Thanks for an inspiring post.Marcus FillionThat giant chess set looks a little intense for my yard, but I wouldn’t mind having more hedges. They add a lot of drama to any landscaping. I think they’re elegant without drawing a lot of attention to themselves.Abdullah NadaiyeThese are all such creative ideas for landscaping, Adding the right decorations to that garden can make it even better. Garden decor is a wonderful way to add interest to your outdoor space. Decorating the outdoor living area with plenty of innovative ideas is an increasing trend in recent times. Decorate your garden area & Buy Garden outdoor furniture. Visit UK Graded Stock.Kientruc DepI love the look of all of these gardens. They are all so simple and yet they look so good. When I was looking at them I thought to myself “why didn’t I think of that”. I am going to have to try some of this stuff out. Thanks for an inspiring post.Jane FoxWow–these are some gorgeous gardens. I’m especially intrigued by the peacock one, though I don’t think I could pull that off in my own garden. I love these ideas, though. Landscaping is such an easy way to inject your personality into your home, or to make it a relaxing and beautiful place to be. Thanks for the inspiration!stephanie smithThese are absolutely breathtaking landscape designs. I don’t have a backyard nearly as large as some of these, but I do have some ideas I can use to make it a small haven

Design For Garden

Design For Garden
Design For Garden