This outdoor space in particular has a sense of "organized lushness," as a stone walkway and trimmed turf provide a clear path through the tropical garden. Once they reach the end of the trail, guests can choose to sit or continue their journey in either direction.
This Key West property is located next to a busy road, so in order to reduce the noise and the sight of the cars, a large concrete wall was designed using horizontal bronze powder-coated aluminum slat fencing. The slats have the added benefit of allowing air flow and extra light into the garden.
Tucked away in the Florida Keys, this contemporary home is surrounded by palm trees and lush plants. As guests make their way around the side of the house, they'll find a paved path that leads through the garden.
Wanting to give his clients easy access to their private pool, landscape architect Carl Gilley used stone pavers to create a path right to the water. Lush green plants and palm trees line the walkway on either side for a tropical garden that looks a lot like paradise.
Gardens, walkways and grounds have been transformed to illuminate their natural beauty. Contained on the property are a croquet lawn, ornamental fountains and statuary, a large reflecting pool abundant with tropical palms and koi and a pool.
Trellises covered in colorful mandevilla, which is tropical blooming until frost in the South, serve as a kind of doorway to help demarcate a garden path leading off of the lower driveway into the side yard of this Atlanta home.
Designed to be "the perfect island retreat," this vacation home in Jamaica includes ocean views and a lush tropical garden. Two stone columns mark the entrance to the property, with a paved path that guides visitors past the plants and towards the main entertaining spaces.