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Afbeeldingsresultaat voor tuinideeen

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor tuinideeen

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor tuin ideeen landelijk

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor tuin ideeen landelijk

Sod roof on a modern cabin in California.

Mill Valley Cabins - contemporary - garage and shed with a succulent roof - san francisco - Feldman Architecture, Inc.

Design Details: Pea Gravel Gardens

Design Details: Pea Gravel Gardens

~White hydrangeas inter-planted with white lavender looks very effective.white salvias would be hardy in our area and work as well, gardening,beautiful landscape in gravel!

Espalier by merle

Espalier - awesome design and functional - just got an idea for the fruit trees I have no room for :) Never thought to take espalier taller then fence/arbor, etc.

lisasparty: Fransk Balkong.

╰⊰✿ Window boxes ✿ bluepueblo: balcony in Paris Flowered Balcony, Paris, France by inlovewithberni Beautiful

Fully grown cypress and boxwood - beautiful

antique French front door and circular turret are the focal point of the entry courtyard / style saloniste

creeping fig vine (ficus pumila) that needs to be trimmed weekly during the summer on account of its rapid growth

Idea for stair rail. ficus pumila (creeping fig / ticky creeper) is excellent along steps and walls

Farewell sir - Cy Twombly (1928-2011) by The Simple Connoisseur | via thearchitecturalist (via thegiftsoflife)

A garden is a wonderful place to sit outdoors. You can sit and do many things like drink tea or coffee and read. The green colour of plants helps you relax and the clean air makes you comfortable. I wish to sit in this same place.

piccoli giardini

piccoli giardini

A host of ideas for making the first thing your guests see, the best thing they see.

Taking Advantage of Front-Yard Spaces: Here, herbs and edible plants make a delicate and attractive front-row of gardens on this street.

The work of artist Margaret Kerr combines her lifelong interests in landscape architecture and textile design. In gardens throughout East Hampton, New York, she creates what she calls brick rugs -- flat brick structures reminiscent in size, shape, and pattern of antique Persian and tribal Oriental rugs. Margaret first experimented with this art form in 1986 when she created a brick walkway for her family's medieval herb garden. Today, when developing a pattern for a new rug, she always...

Brick Garden Rugs with Margaret

just a reminder that a brick patio can be dressed up Brick Garden Rugs with Margaret - Martha Stewart Home & Garden -

longue bordure de vivaces dont des géraniums, sauges, nepetas, anthémis, macleaya cordata et phlox menant à un pergola de rosiers.

long perennial border including geraniums, sage, nepetas, anthemis, macleaya cordata and phlox leading to a pergola of roses.