forest pansy

traditional landscape by Island Waterscape & Design Ltd

Simple landscape idea for average yards.

North Arlington Residence traditional-landscape

simple landscaping, we need this out front

Love the blending of garden into forest...

Traditional Landscape by Wallace Landscape Associates

*Boxwood 'Dee Runk' is reportedly the nicest of the columnar boxwoods tolerating shade and clay soils. Total height of 8-10 ft tall can be sheared shorter. Max width about two feet.

Landscaping idea

nice small space garden for light shade

Phormium 'Amazing Red,' silver puya, blue fescue, and threadleaf nandina add geometric contrast to the fluid movement of Baumann's wave wall. 'Ebb Tide' rose and catmint soften the overall look.

Secret garden.

How to root hydrange Flowers

Jackmanii clematis.

Landscaping Gardening love the red and white

Flowering Dogwood. Native tree to North America. It bears pink or white springtime flowers, bright red fruits in late summer and purple-red fall foliage. Does well in partial shade. Grows 10 to 25 feet tall & wide, depending on variety. Zones: 5-8.

Smoke bush - this is a wonderful bush for the garden. The blooms are very airy, thus the name "smoke" bush. Also changes colors with the seasons. Highly drought tolerant, tree/shrub

traditional landscape by Jay Sifford Garden Design

Phormium ‘Jubilee’ Its leaves have cherry-hued margins like its ‘Jester’ parent, only much more vivid—striking in borders and containers. Grows 3 feet tall; colors up best in part shade. Zones 7–9, 14–24; H1, H2.

Even the large stone stairs seem to "spill" from an upper lawn to a lower one, as water would spill between ponds, in this scene from the upper, walking garden in this otherwise small suburban backyard east of Seattle. Imagine the boulders as pondside platforms and the Japanese Bloodgrass as cattails in this Zen-like interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden.