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Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks5,501
Questions2
Allow plants to overflow onto the hardscape. The appropriate use of this technique will soften the edges of the hardscape and bring
Allow plants to overflow onto the hardscape
Also Note: need lighting along pathway on side of house Allow plants to overflow onto the hardscape. The appropriate use of this technique will soften the edges of the hardscape and bring
Allow plants to overflow the hardscape
Liquidscapes Save to Ideabook Email Photo Allow plants to overflow onto the hardscape. The appropriate use of this technique will soften the edges of the hardscape and bring continuity from one side
Allow plants to overflow onto the hardscape. The appropriate use of this technique will soften the edges of the hardscape and bring continuity from one side to the other. Notice the repetition achieved in this garden through the
“I want this in front of my house” — pattyscozzafava
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,370
Questions7
Love the greenery mix with the hardscape
Interplant hardscape to establish traffic patterns. Not
Interplant hardscape to establish traffic patterns. Not only does interplanting soften harsh lines, but it can also slow the visitor’s gait and establish traffic patterns in large areas of hardscape. People will
Interplant hardscape to establish traffic patterns. Not only does interplanting soften harsh lines, but it can also slow the visitor’s gait and establish traffic patterns in large areas of hardscape. People will generally avoid stepping on plants, preferring
establish traffic patterns in large areas of hardscape. People will generally avoid stepping on plants, preferring to be ushered to destinations by subtle living reminders.
“for upper patio area?” — A Yard & A Half Landscaping Cooperative, Inc.
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,132
Questions1
yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides the visitor with direction to the front door." This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones:
my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides the visitor with direction to the front door." This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA
yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides the visitor with direction to the front door."
“Walkway - cement squares” — jlpogue
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,862
Questions4
Add interest by designing unconventional beds. Planting beds generally abut areas of hardscape. Why not create unexpected interest by working planting areas into your hardscape? To do this safely, plan for extra-wide pathways and appropriate lighting
Platings in hardscape
beds incorporated into the hardscape
Planting in between hardscapes
succulent bed / hardscape
green hardscape
“I have a small triangle I'd like to do this way” — donnatu
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks4,480
Questions2
Another option is to create a fun play area. Take a hint from dog play courses and consider using plants and hardscaping to create obstacles to weave through, balance beams to walk on or tunnels to roam through. The one shown here is also people size, but you can always
Another option is to create a fun play area. Take a hint from dog play courses and consider using plants and hardscaping to create obstacles to weave through, balance beams to walk on or tunnels to roam through. The one shown here is also people size, but you can always
“a place for pet privacy” — buddingdesire
Beinfield Architecture PC
2 Reviews
House on Belle Island
Ideabooks1,386
Questions2
water is a little more hardscaping and a little less lawn. The approach works well for this traditional farmhouse in New York.
Sometimes, however, the answer for saving water is a little more hardscaping and a little less lawn. The approach works well for this traditional farmhouse in New York. If you add hardscaping, try to design it in a way that allows water to seep into the soil below. In other words
erosion where the water leaves your hardscaping and will reduce the load on your municipality's storm water sewers.
Sometimes, however, the answer for saving water is a little more hardscaping and a little less lawn. The approach
New York. If you add hardscaping, try to design it in a way that allows water to seep into the soil below. In other words, don't create a solid concrete or stone surface, but rather one that's permeable. That will reduce risks of soil erosion where the water leaves your hardscaping and will reduce the
“Another reducer transition between brick/stone and hardie siding above” — aarongrose
Valle de Verde
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks4,210
Questions3
of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around a fire pit and gravel in between.
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For
your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around a fire pit and gravel in between.
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around a fire pit and gravel in between.
“Pavers” — jescarmen
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks870
Questions0
install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
Gravel costs less to install than pavers or other hardscaping.
A+B KASHA Designs Save to Ideabook Email Photo 8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try
Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic
8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may
“terrasse” — louedraogo
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