Powder coated steel elevates edging to an art form when it takes the shape of a low fence. The design for this edging comes from Shakespeare’s garden in Stratford, England. These hoop stakes mark bed and path edges while also pulling double duty as plant supports. To draft hoops as edging, place them side by side or slightly overlapping along planting beds or paths. Hoop stake edging is the perfect choice for keeping annuals or perennials from falling over onto lawn or walkways.
A low, modern fence protects this garden from wildlife while still allowing a glimpse at what's growing inside its walls. A series of raised beds is both functional and artful. The home's stark, modern architecture forms a juxtaposition to its soft, leafy surroundings.
What a quaint place to sip coffee or read a book -- or maybe both! Mature trees flank a low stone bench and are surrounded by low clusters of plants. The innovative, white-plank fencing brings privacy but still lets the light shine through.
Around the perimeter of the back yard, a tall wood fence provides privacy from nearby neighbors. Petite pots with succulents make a flexible and low-maintenance centerpiece on the outdoor dining table.
Overlooking the backyard, a platform deck is outfitted with bench seating and a Southwestern-inspired outdoor rug. A corrugated metal fence lines the perimeter of the low-maintenance yard for ultimate privacy.
As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," sisters Shauna Williams and Anicka Marshall opted for a mix of artificial turf and teak parquet tiles on their patio for a lush, low-maintenance outdoor experience.
This lush courtyard has all the feel of a grand secret garden with a travertine patio and colorful landscaping. The plants include Japanese blueberry, Podocarpus and East Palatka Holly along the fence line.
As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," a new, reclaimed wood fence adds character and additional privacy to the Red Team's patio. Planter boxes hold herbs, trees and flowers for low-maintenance greenery.
A set of grass covered steps leads from the main house down to the paddocks and barn area. To define this feature from the lower level, natural stone was added to the face of the steps. This addition allows for a pop of color in the landscaping as well as creates a separation between upper and lower spaces.
One half of this modern driveway was removed to give the home an entry courtyard. Then, designers added a lower fence to allow for visual connectivity to the neighbors, since other areas had been obscured from their view by higher walls. Then, designers build a rolling gate with perforated steel panels and an entry walk gate with a walkway running parallel to the new driveway to make the space more secure.
This modern home, nestled into rolling hills, features large expanses of glass that open up its interiors and take maximum advantage of the rugged view. A low stone fence separates the home from the surrounding grassy expanse.
An expansive and lush lawn connects different rooms within the garden. The emerald green boxwood hedge with a clipped topiary defines the lawn from the swimming pool and the low blue fence and arbor frame a small floral and herb garden.
Boxwoods surround this home, but there's no hiding the charm of the white structure with a red tile roof. Climbing plants cling to the low white fence, which also features a swing gate and personalized entrance. A view from the top windows into flowering trees gives the residents a feel of seclusion.