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Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
Pergolas and Arbors
These Landscape Architectural elements were designed and installed by Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc. Great Oaks used pergolas and arbors to accent the patio's, sitting areas, and outdoor living spaces.
Garden - like stone between grass and beds
How to connect deck to outer garden/fire area (corner of
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
His would go great with the other backyard setup.
perfect for my garden
love this bench for backyard
stone bench.in garden
popo bench in backyard
Garden bench...Hawaii Garden...Stone garden bench
Jacalyn Gould Landscape Architect
West Newton Residence
fence with gardens planted in front.
added privacy in backyard with neighbors
backyard right side...
landscaping idea for the backyard
backyard landscaping, privacy
The garden is fantastic.
more traditional backyard green space
beautiful garden!....Nice garden...nice backyard...Garden shrub...Nice garden idea
Cedar Springs Landscape Group
Peppertree Cres. Project
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We are landscape design/build contractors. We did not build the house.
love how big the backyard is
James R. Salomon Photography
Design of water feature and plants
what an awesome garden, love the waterfall
“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.
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
This is a little Zen Garden we created for a narrow "left-over" space. A contemporary take on the Japanese Zen garden.
8. A sandpit that doubles as a Zen gardenA Japanese garden could be just the solution if you like the idea of a sandpit for the kids, but don’t want it to impact negatively on your outdoor space. Just rake the sand over after a play session and it will become the perfect spot for meditating once more
Wallace Landscape Associates
Wilmington Estate Landscape
love the curve in the border, similar to our backyard with the columned porch
simplifying the shape of your beds will help save you time in the long run. Lay out a garden hose to form wide and sweeping curves or straight lines just outside your existing beds. If you have odd little peninsulas of garden beds that interrupt the flow of this shape, consider replacing these areas with turf
of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening, desire a wide range of seasonal interest or want to attract wildlife, this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary — think planting
turf. Using a motorized edger, a spade or an edging tool, you can make the division between your lawn and garden deeper and more defined, making it easier to trim and mow.When you’re done digging and edging, spread out at least an inch of mulch to keep weeds from popping up.