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Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
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Fusion Garden
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and/or building this in your yard give us a call we would love to work with you on your project. We also sell and design garden decor pieces, natural stone fountains, and stone sculptures. Thanks again, have a great weekend!
Super idea for sacred herb garden feature
I LIKE THE LOOK OF THE ROCKS AND SIMPLICTY OF THE GARDEN
Hand stacked rock labyrinth - Fusion Garden -- visit Aguafina.com for images of spiritual & meditative garden work
This "fusion garden" is another project by AguaFina Gardens. When designing your Zen garden, always look for ways to create meaning with your design. Rocks can symbolize many things, and gravel gives you the freedom to mold the landscape with designs you can later change for a different look.
“I love this for the cottage. Meditation” — jo427
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
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Judith Balis Interiors
11 Reviews
This is What IDAHO Looks Like!
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Very pretty. Like the cat too!
Love the retaining wall and cozy garden
The stone holds it all together. The cat is the "icing on the cake."
Is this made with pavers? I like the walls, caps, steps, and cat!
Retaining walls. Grass/Gardens
Gardens master, bedroom carpet
Judith's home is surround by beautiful, well established gardens.
“Terracing” — marywojcik
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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sculpture of little boy crouching in flowers/tall grass with a jam jar "catching fireflies" also a lighting fixture
love this for garden patches in middle of yard
This sculpture, by Thomas Yano, speaks to the child in each of us. Who doesn’t remember running
child and experiencing my mother's garden.
I would love my vegie patch or herb garden to look like this!
This sculpture, by Thomas Yano, speaks to the child in each of us. Who doesn’t remember running through a field and experiencing jubilation in the process? The best art stirs emotions, memories and the imagination, which is implied movement at its best.More: Get Your Garden Moving for a Magical Mood
Cette sculpture de Thomas Yano parle à l’enfant qui sommeille en chacun de nous. Personne ne peut oublier le sentiment de jubilation qu’il a éprouvé, petit, en courant dans un champ. Une œuvre d’art astucieusement placée mélangera émotion, souvenirs et imagination, tout en insufflant un mouvement
“Massing repetition statue” — maryellenpeaseplease
Platform 5 Architects
Shoffice
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idea for small garden. Creative practical and unique.
The client told Patrick Michell of Platform 5 Architects she wanted a structure that would sit in the garden like a piece of sculpture. For inspiration
This beautiful garden pavilion was designed to be a sculptural object as well as a shed. Made of extruded timber in the form of an elliptical shell, it is called a Shoffice (shed + office) by its designers Platform 5 Architects, due to its dual role as garden storage space and an office
on one side and a small garden storage area on the other. A tongue-like protrusion in front serves as a base for the structure and a playspace for the owner’s children.
Shoffice - a back yard sculptural office/shed
“Just love the shape.” — gailjacobson
Traditional Landscape
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Beautiful. What is the ground cover with the sculpture? Thanks!
What groundcover is used around the sculpture?
Seattle, this project is titled "New Jersey Garden" so it's probably somewhere there.
This front garden captures the essence and repetition of the allée but in an updated way that is within the realm of possibility for many. The designer has employed the concept of asymmetrical balance; one garden bed is larger
the plantings [boxwood filled garden] for the courtyard
Curb appeal with asymmetrical gardens, curving path and lamp
front garden captures the essence and repetition of the allée but in an updated
Lush garden beds (looks like pachysandra up front) bordering walkway
This front garden captures the essence and repetition of the allée but in an updated way that is within the realm of possibility for many. The designer has employed the concept of asymmetrical balance; one garden bed is larger than the other but is weighted to look
“Voortuin” — Mariaan Leonard
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
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Photo: Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark' massed planted with Euphorbia Characais in Marin hillside garden
Botanical name: Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark' (syn. Bulbine caulescens) Common name: Snake flower, Bulbine, cat’s tail, Bulbine lily, Hallmark Bulbine, Hallmark cat's whiskers, burn jelly plant USDA zones: 8-10 see climate-zone map Water requirement: Low once established Sun requirement:
contemporary landscape by Dig Your Garden Landscape Design Dig Your Garden Landscape Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Snake Flower (Bulbine frutescens ‘Hallmark’ syn. Bulbine caulescens) Think of snake flower as the gateway plant to succulent gardening. Its massed green base fills out space
“euphorbia” — Harvesterra
Butler Armsden Architects
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A Wurster Revival
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integrally tinted to different hues over rebar and chicken wire frames. These could be used for adding simply adding visual interest to a small garden or larger sculptures could be used as a focal point. Safety First Use Rubber Gloves!
free standing tub we have options to make the space very unique, such as sculptures on both ends of the tub in the corners, lit from the bottom. Just an unusual idea to think about.
“Wooden fingers” — rosaliaacosta
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Tip about kids in the garden :) London would looove milkweed!
WHAT DO THEY LIKE TO EAT? Butterfly Gardening: Delight the Eyes With Living Sculptures If you want as many butterflies as you can get, you must use host plants — plants that butterflies raise their young on: milkweed for monarchs, fennel or parsley for black swallowtails, plantain for buckeyes, baptisia
Monarch Gardens Benjamin Vogt / Monarch GardensSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Monarch butterflies lay eggs only on milkweed, and at my house their favorite is swamp milkweed. Here are two full-grown caterpillars (about 2 inches long) devouring a leaf. Tip: If you want to get your kids in the garden, planting
percent of songbird chicks. If anything, a wildlife garden should focus on being an insectarium.
“WHAT DO THEY LIKE TO EAT? Butterfly Gardening: Delight the Eyes With Living Sculptures If you want a” — christietoo
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