Jaw-Dropping Flower Beds Arrangements And Landscape Designs

Flowers and plants have been used for centuries to decorate gardens and courtyards. A flower garden is basically any garden where flowers are grown for decorative purposes. Most often, flower beds are created and spread throughout the garden or yard.

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Spruce up your entrance with beautiful flower beds

by Greg Premru Photography

Because flowers bloom at various times of the year, when creating he design for your flower beds you can take this into consideration and come up with a mix so you get a permanent flower arrangement.

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Turn your yard into a green oasis with a beautiful pathway leading to your home

by Matthew Cunningham

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You can experiment with numerous combinations of flowers or colors

by Ahbl Land

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Create intricate designs and shapes using raised flower beds

by David Morello

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Symmetrical designs often make a courtyard look more elegant

by Photo Lauren Olenius

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Surround your lovely cottage with beautiful colors and freshness

by Grand father homes

Flowers come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors so there are tons of ways in which you can combine them. Take into consideration the species, the time of the year when they bloom but also the color. Use all these details to create intricate designs. Come up with unique shapes for your flower beds. Geometric garden designs are some of the most interesting.

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Mix and match plants to create an arrangement that last the entire year

by Jennifer Jamgochian

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Spruce up your pool and outdoor lounge areas with colorful flower beds

by Lewis Aquatech

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Flower beds can also be used to delimit outdoor spaces

by Creative Design Construction

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Plant your flowers in rows and surround the patio or terrace

by Anne Gummerson

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Pick resistant plants which require little maintenance for holiday retreats

by The Landmark Group

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Great use of stone, greenery and pastel shades for this dreamy front yard

by Phil Steinhauer

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Try combining different shades of your favorite color to create a mesmerizing view

by Elliott Brundage Landscape Design

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This looks just like a tiny botanical garden, a perfect choice for a traditional home

by  Landmark Photography

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Flower beds organized neatly and featuring clean and simple lines easily impress

by Executive Landscape

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Try to maintain color in your garden through the year

by Arcadia Gardens

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Try to envision how the flower beds will look when you plant the seeds

by Lewis Aquatech

Flower gardens are very important in modern landscape design and architecture. But did you know that most plants now considered decorative originated as weeds. If they were attractive enough sometimes they would be tolerated by farmers on their land. An artificial selection process began and plants and flowers perceived as beautiful became a part of our gardens.