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Garden Landscape Plans

Browse our professional garden plans for ideas on how to start your own creative landscape design ideas or use the example plans to start your own garden. Click on the small plan images to see larger examples of a particular plan. Purchase garden plan illustrations or inquire about custom design services here.


Hampton Hide Away Landscape
Designing Landscapes with Focal Points
Easy 'Weekend' Fountain Project
Custom Multi-use Patio Design
Patio Spaces in a Sloping Backyard
Home Landscapes Front and Back
Front yard Facelift Makes Big Difference
Building a Garden? What to do First
Italian Gardens - Why use a Designer?
Ten Ways To Save On Your Landscape
Italian Garden Design - Tuscany
Explore Your Own Garden Style

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Formal Garden Space with Walks and Arbor Plan

This rear garden plan uses the space in garden room sequence and sets up views through axies along each vertical and horizontal directions.

Grass Volleyball Court and Outdoor Kitchen Plan

Having a large rear yard can allow for active sport and exercise areas. This garden has a volleyball court surrounded on one side by walks and patios toward the rear where larger gathering can easily be accommodated.

Landscape Rendering and Front Entry Plan

It can be very useful to have a rendering to accompany plans as in this drawing in which the front of the house is shown to feature the builders work as well.

Entry, Driveway and Backyard Plan

Tropical textures make this plan a striking view form any angle, from the palms in the front to the elephant ears in the rear, this home design gives year round plant interest. The open ditch to the right was unusable space so we added storm drain pipes and backfilled to make room for the driveway.

Budget Entry Planting Plan with Existing Trees

Working to make a space seem larger by installing several beds of plantings and preserving as much of the turf areas as possible, will reduce the unfortunate visual necessity of having such a large expanse of a concrete driveway by drawing the attention to the lush plantings instead of the of the concrete and the narrowness of this wedge shaped lot on a cul-de-sac.

   
 
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