2,605 alaska lawn care Home Design Photos

Wright Building Company
3 Reviews
Custom Colonial
Ideabooks7,815
Questions7
Having a staircase outside in the yard can split up the degrees of lawn, meaning the you could care more about the lawn above the staircase than the lawn below it.
Pretty transition- driveway to lawn
Clean lawns
“outdoor settings” — Emmanuel Bruno Oshiokpekhai
Conservation Grass
8 Reviews
Park Cities Backyard Retreat
Ideabooks638
Questions0
What do you like about this photo?gorgeous use of space,not easy care tho
Lawn manicure...artificial lawn...fake lawn...Lawn Joints...synthetic lawn
“Nice Concrete, Grass Layout” — pcspice
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Planting
Ideabooks4,372
Questions0
or a certain type of exposure. Try not to choose something that's going to grow or spread quickly. Many natural grasses require little pruning and care. Look for non-invasive varieties suited to your climate.
Less lawn...blue fescue lawn...No lawn...No lawn garden
“Low grasses” — audrey96
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,786
Questions6
What are the mass plantings on the front lawn?
Absolutely love your work! Could you tell me what plants were used on the front lawn - in front of the trees? Thanks.
This house has a clean backyard, it looks more modern. It has few plants which would be less work for the owners to take care of.
“clean” — thomas8755
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks94,997
Questions19
automobile traffic. The new permeable driveway is built of recycled clay bricks placed on gravel. The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The entrance to the home is accentuated by masses of annual flowers that frame the bluestone steps. On the lake side
The lawn, as any other plant, is treated the same with regular irrigation and trimming as needed. A lower setting on the lawn mower or careful trimming with a weed trimmer.
lucky enough to tour an Edwardian castle let alone live in one, but we can take cues from the designs of English country homes and their grounds. Soft lawn spaces, meandering walkways, and large trees accentuated by masses of annual flowers are all reminiscent of English country estates — perfect for a
“One day I will have this!” — Sarah H
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
Ideabooks45,436
Questions6
5. Chisel away that lawn. Some homeowners like to have their lawn dominate the landscape, while others choose to eliminate it entirely. Most gardeners find a happy balance between the two and enjoy
you already have borders along the edge of your property and around trees or shrubs in the middle of the yard, you can extend the beds to where the lawn becomes something of an undulating path, like the one shown here. Next year you can always replace the grass path with hardscaping or mulch.
“P” — ATGAR atgar
Saucier + Flynn, Ltd.
Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks1,165
Questions1
plants (be careful around the roots) an hour after watering to determine how deep the water has reached.
plants, climate conditions (dry and windy versus still and humid) and soil type. Insert a thin rod or screwdriver into the soil next to the plants (be careful around the roots) an hour after watering to determine how deep the water has reached.
plants, climate conditions (dry and windy versus still and humid) and soil type. Insert a thin rod or screwdriver into the soil next to the plants (be careful around the roots) an hour after watering to determine how deep the water has reached.
“Purple flowers” — tskinner3rd
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Halsey Farm Lane Southampton Village New York
Ideabooks1,826
Questions2
house. As long as someone else took care of them.
Dahlia's pretty. Light colours work well. Borders edging lawned area
Popular dahlia types. These types are different only in appearance, not care. Care is consistent from type to type. Cactus and semicactus: Pointed petals, almost spiky in appearance Waterlily: Slightly curved petals that have a
Popular dahlia types. These types are different only in appearance, not care. Care is consistent from type to type.Cactus and semicactus: Pointed petals, almost spiky in appearanceWaterlily: Slightly curved petals that have a waterlily appearanceSingle: A single disc with a ring of petals surrounding
“This tupe of planting could work around the stone patio” — debsinjon
Need some lawn care advice.
Husband and I are looking at buying a home on 4 level acres, with no trees. Does anyone know the approx. amount of time to mow 4 acres with a zero radius...
need to renovate my front lawn
plz any have any suggestions for my front lawn I keep watering the garss but they ar still dead because I live in canberra the weather here is too hot...
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