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Amy Martin Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Tuscan Delight
Ideabooks3,312
Questions3
The charming garden shed looks enchanted, surrounded by a wild mix of colors and blooms. Amy Martin Landscape Design
Shed is set in perfectly with surrounding landscape. Would like to know the dimensions as it looks so perfectly sized.
Love the charming design and the practicality of the double doors
I like the way the house blends in with the landscape!
“pretty outbuilding” — annmariebannister
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
Ideabooks3,478
Questions3
Great out of the box thinking!!! I couldn't believe you can drive on the swirl design. Genius!!!
really can't take credit for much of the design. Molly LaPatra of LaPatra Architects did most of the overall conceptual designing. I just figured out how to build it all and offered materials and design ideas on the finer points. Molly is fantastic!
I'd love the idea of a leaf pattern! The concept
in the 4" thick pieces of sandstone and packed in around them with sandy soil. These sandstone pieces, like the sandstone pieces that make up about 1/3 of the nearby stone walls, was reclaimed from the siding of the previous house that was demolished. Here are several more images of the swirls.
It's easy to see food and other permaculture plants in this design.
“backyard” — Alan Garcia
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Peterson Property
Ideabooks25,208
Questions6
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
river rock landscape
Interested n the dry river rock bed. I like the design and apperas not an expensive project.
Rock stream & landscaping next to fence
Landscape along fence
The landscaping near the fence
idea for side yard landscape
rock landscape...Landscape design...Fence landscape...D silciodndi...fence and landscape...stone design...garden design
“Against fence” — Natalie Renee
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks4,712
Questions6
define the entrance to this enchanting outdoor room. This project earned Windsor Companies a Merit Award for Excellence in Landscape Design by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association. Photos by Paul Crosby.
This intimate, interconnected landscape gives these homeowners three spaces that make being outside a joy. Low stucco walls create a courtyard near the front door that has as unique sense of privacy, making it a great place to pause and view the pond below. Under the deck the stucco walls wrap around
summer days. A custom-made fountain is integrated into the wall, a bed of lush flowers is woven into the bluestone, and a view to the surrounding landscape is framed by the posts of the deck above. The rear patio is made of large bluestone pieces. Grassy seams between the stone soften the hard surface
“Courtyard with front plantings.” — agunderman
Gates & Croft Horticultural Design
4 Reviews
Jane C. Gates
Ideabooks3,964
Questions4
!/2 - 3/4 Outside - wagon wheels in garden
Really like the way they incorporated the horse sculptures into the landscaping
This landscape is so cute for a country home. It also has a very rustic feel. Simple plants are still pretty when used right like in this idea.
stepping-stone path could be found in an English cottage garden.Design tip: Look for grasses and perennials, such as penstemons, that are adapted to the climate and will provide some color to an otherwise green and brownish-red landscape. Another choice, especially with eastern exposure, is to plant hardy
A dusty landscape, with low-lying plants and a pretty stone path, is perfectly complemented by this creative use of wagon wheels.
"Natural" doesn't have to mean "barren," nor does it have to be simply a reflection of the landscape beyond. This garden has an almost cottage look, with masses of grasses
“I like the wagon wheels” — Jennifer McLucas
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
View of house from beach
Ideabooks1,970
Questions1
The purple flowers are RED MOTHER OF THYME / THYMUS SORPHYLLUM. You can get more information about the garden for this project on Scott Lankfords Landscape Architects HOUZZ site. Thanks for asking ! Dan
Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summer
well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summer
wild thyme, 3'', sun, mid-late summer
grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wideBloom time: Mid- to late summer
“The colors!!!!” — lopez448
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,473
Questions4
we have better places in Afghanistan mountains & rocks landscapes looks pretti
I would contact a local landscape archtitect for help.
Sample of what I'd like our yard to look like.
idea of landscaping around the palm trees - I would add in a lot more color/texture so that it doesn't look so barren.
lawn to make your landscape feel complete, use grassy areas as accents rather than as large expanses. Group other high-water plants near them, preferably close to the house and where they can get some shade in the hottest times of the year, to cut down on your overall watering.Design tip: Consider using
“dry creek bed in back of yard” — mwilets
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks46,268
Questions9
Thinking 2.5' x 4' pavers, with 3-4" in between. Suggestions? Thank you!
Do you mind me asking what makes this landscape sustainable?
but there were really hard to install well despite I had a properly prepared base of packed screening with loose screening on top. I think having the 3-4 " spacing is a GREAT idea because it gives you a buffer to work with but just a note that big pavers like you mention might be hard to lay.
recommends using 1.5-inch to 3-inch gaps for gravel, 2- to 4-inch gaps for fine ground covers, and 3- to 6-inch gaps for lawn to grow.
This side yard has perfect proportions, beginning with its width, which is equal to the height of the architecture (this is an often-used design technique — imagine flipping
“sidewalks” — Rebecca Burch
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