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THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
Courtyard photos
Ideabooks9,603
Questions3
more formal spaces created by breaking up space with planting (ignore checkerboard)
I like the plants on the left
Retaining grass and creating a small patio between front bed and foundation plants - privacy
“Square same size as paver, magnolia tree. Or Bamboo.” — rkrj
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Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Waterside patio.
Ideabooks467
Questions1
Nice structure of outdoor space Placement of plants
steps and low walll with plants
The rocks and plants
container plants...potted plants
“Escalier” — fdion1
James Schettino Architects
Valley
Ideabooks29,103
Questions24
Beautiful ! Would you be willing to share what you used for the plantings in front? Thanks.
Does anyone know what the type of trees are planted in front (surrounded by the white flowers)?
blue siding, square pillars , 6 over clear windows, gravel, low plantings, grey roof,
Like plant for courtyard boxwood flowers and tree
“Porch” — jackbrin
Greenworld Pictures Inc
1 Review
Potting Shed CTC & G May 2013
Ideabooks1,607
Questions3
I just like the idea of counter & potting/planting area.
live the feel of being in a tree while dealing with plants. gorgeous.
Planting shed...Planting room
“B” — lyleeo
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks67,746
Questions78
Are the plants living or artificial. How to do???
Beautiful room. However, the plant in the left corner appears to be growing out of the vase on the table. Maybe change the photo angle. :)
I made this succulent arrangement and used fake plants. No one can tell the difference, just be sure and buy high quality so the plants look real.
“Curtains” — cmillerlew
Sander Design Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Asian Fusion
Ideabooks1,202
Questions0
i like the combination of rock, wood, plants
demandera qu’un détour dans une grande surface de bricolage et un peu d’huile de coude. En effet, une simple structure en bois généreusement agrémentée de plantes vertes se transformera rapidement en un havre de verdure délicieusement rafraîchissant en cas de grosses chaleurs. Les amateurs de design pourront
“Bamboo” — jinmoraleda
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks6,897
Questions3
Got rid of all the grass, installed some drought tolerant plants, added a water feature and created a raised dining terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
Love this fountain. What are the plants you chose to surround it?
Thanks for the feedback! The upright plant at the back is a "Waterfall" Japanese Maple, and the lower shrub in the front is a Carol Mackie Daphe. Hope this helps!
how to get instant privacy without plants
like the privacy, but needs more plants. the wood is too dense, perhaps some vines?
“No grass!” — bushmount
Sunscape Homes, Inc
1 Review
Addison Misner Inspired Front Elevation
Ideabooks11,513
Questions4
Like the plants and the paving.
Front Door pots and small cypress plants at entrance make it simple with the fully paved driveway
Plants framing window
Love the plants
“Stone” — Danielle Gaudet
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