136 American Garden Design Ideas
Dabah Landscape Designs
Russian sage and lady's mantle alternating along a white fence with pink roses
a Blade of Grass
The bluestone patio was screened from the neighbors with a wall of arborvitae. Lush perennial gardens provide flower cutting opportunities and color to offset the green wall.
Designed by Chelsea Pineda Interiors Landscape by New Leaf Landscape
Designed by Pollyanna Wilkinson, and inspired by botanical crafts, the garden explored how we can create beautiful objects from the plants that we grow. Crafts included natural dyes, herbal medicines, flower pressing and willow weaving. As well as their decorative value, the plants in this country garden all have a purpose, whether it be medicinal, edible or practical. Our Native Mix instant hedge created a framework for the garden’s features, which form a sanctuary where creativity can thrive. We also supplied the trees for this beautiful garden. Built by Burnham Landscaping.
Wallace Landscape Associates
'Red Meidiland' roses brighten this garden courtyard.
Reynolds-Sebastiani Design Services
photos by Molly DeCoudreaux
B. Gordon Builders, Inc.
Follow the path under the arbor to your private sanctuary. Landscape design by Peter Koenig: Peter Koenig Design
Back Bay Stone Supply
Client wanted easy access when picking vegetables and herbs without bending over (back pain). Solution? Higher raised bed boxes. Jeanne Pendleton (Color, Form & Space) Larkspur, Ca.
Marian Boswall Landscape Architects
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
Julie Orr Design
The Todd Group
The brick herringbone walkway guides a visitor through the dwarf fruit trees in the orchard. A fence keeps the deer out which is bordered by everblooming shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
Request Free Quote Informal Garden Design in Winnetka, Illinois. This backyard design utilizes shrubs, pergola, garden decorations, stone and paver paths throughout the landscape design.
The Todd Group
This front dropoff has a gated entry into a courtyard space. The climbing roses arch over the arbor cascading down their scent when in bloom.
Katia Goffin Gardens
The Upper Garden with 'Ha-Ha' wall: One side of the sinuous retaining stone wall is faced with stone, the other face sloped and turfed, forms a green pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as one looks out from the house through the Zelkovas.They are planted between the hydrangeas and act as a first buffer to the busy street set behind the Lower Garden. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY