2,017 British Colonial Garden Design Ideas
Peter Reader Landscapes
New French doors provide a frame to the new garden.
Mary Baldwin Interiors
Photo by Mary Baldwin
The Lazy Gardener
Birdhouse and purple clematis accents a gated garden entrance. A colorful cottage gate garden to make the heart glad that it is spring.
J. Montgomery Designs
Whimsical stone pathway leading to the gazebo complete with pathway lighting and planted beds.
Leon Smith Architects
Leon Smith Architect Robert Malone Photography
John Malick & Associates
Victorian Pool House Architect: John Malick & Associates Photograph by Jeannie O'Connor
Jovak Landscape & Design Ltd.
Two Column Marketing
Magical Landscapes, LLC
The bluestone walkway to the rear is enlivened by a purple clematis.
Sarah Kay Garden Design
Victorian detailing reflects the architecture of the house
Farwest Landscape Design - Boise
Photos by Judy Snow, Garden City, Idaho Pollinator Garden. Project of Chinden Gardener's Club- community volunteers installed perennials, irrigation, and FarWest worked on the pebble pathway. Thank you -Idaho Women's Charitable Foundation, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Pipeco, Greater Boise Rotary Club and Garden City for all financial contributions to Garden City's Pollinator Garden!
These homeowners purchased a lovely Melrose corner-lot home in desperate need of a landscape refresh. In addition to the Techo-Bloc patio & walkway, LCM PLUS replaced the aging back steps and reconfigured the layout. Using matching natural flat fieldstone LCM PLUS build a small garden wall to match the new front steps, and used landscape lighting to highlight the natural features. Final touches including replacing the fence and & lawn mask the extensive underground drainage & electrical work also completed which means this creative outdoor living space will serve well for many years to come.
The Lazy Gardener
A refurbished Queen Anne needed privacy from a busy street corner while not feeling like it was behind a privacy hedge. A mixed use of evergreen trees and shrubs, deciduous plants and perennials give a warm cottage feel while creating the privacy the garden needed from the street.