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Bercy Chen Studio
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This fabricated steel planter would be lovely in a zen style garden with a couple of fish.....
cultivar.How to use it. Papyrus is commonly seen planted along ponds and aquatic gardens, owing to its natural habitat. Allow the plant to form a mass in order to create a soft and natural focal point alongside companion aquatic plants like water lilies (Nymphaea spp) or lotus (Nelumbo spp). Papyrus grows
“Agua” — Chely Rodriguez
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks10,318
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The aquatic plant on the right side of the pond and in front of the chair is Pickerel Rush. The terrestial plants outside of the pond were not planted by us. We installed the pond and the aquatic plants.
Here's a web page that has a list of aquatic plants that tolerate shade
pebble border pond with aquatic macrophytes
“pond landscaping” — pambunka
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
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Love all the different greens , greys and textures of this water garden.
chartreuse wall green pops in this garden
marginal and aquatic varieties such as the waterlilies, and papyrus in this garden. As no chemicals can be used in pools and ponds containing plants or fish, to keep the water clear and healthy it’s important to get balance right between each natural element. A mix of marginals and deepwater aquatics is usually
Chartreuse also works well as a background color for your garden. It pairs nicely with the cooler greens in your landscape and can help soften hardscaping, such as this concrete wall.
A bright chartreuse wall pops in this garden but also looks like a natural part of the landscape.
“Coy pond” — cpanacek
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Chondropetalum tectorum (cape rush)
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a wide range of soil types and moisture, making it versatile and adaptable in a number of settings. It provides a calming visual addition to an aquatic garden or around a pool, and its coastal tolerance makes proximity to water all the more attainable.
Garden - cool grass
“Planta - espigas” — Helena Madrid
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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lost in the garden. Hidden garden. Forgotten from the world.
Gardening, as compared to lawn care, tutors us in nature’s ways, fostering an ethic of give-and-take with respect to the land. Gardens instruct us in the particularities of place … For if lawn mowing feels like copying the same sentence over and over, gardening is like writing out new ones, an infinitely
infinitely variable process of invention and discovery. Gardens also teach the necessary if un-American lesson that nature and culture can be compromised, that there might be some middle ground between the lawn and the forest … The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway
sentence in the garden — one that promises as much hope and daring as the words we speak to one another. That’s how I read Pollan here. Somewhere between that imagined gulf of nature and our inner selves is a middle ground that connects us and helps us remember who we are — that’s the garden.
“Beautiful!” — Margaret Olshefski
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Water Pond
Ideabooks15,927
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aquatic garden
water feature/garden ideas
water garden...aquatic plants...Water garden...Garden features...Plants AND garden...My garden...garden pool 2
“fencing” — becxtasy
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Fountain Rill
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aquatic garden
Love the raised garden bed
concrete pour garden edge
city garden...water garden...Covent Garden...Herb garden...Indoor garden...Garden indoors
“Atrium” — craneben
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Carefully chosen garden art is so special.
GARDEN--Place a statue in a spot where people will delight in stumbling across
work in the garden is always a welcome sight and it's a good way to enhance the natural feel that a garden already has. This heron fits in perfectly with its surroundings, although there are many other options when introducing metal art. GI Designs has many offerings in the way of garden sculptures.
“sculpture” — kab5525
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