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GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Ceramics arts
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8. Art boulders. A huge rock (or three or
Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are another option to consider for an artful twist. You can either purchase rocks with painted designs or create your own.
Landscape art idea; Art boulders, paint large rounded plain boulders to add
Painted boulders in the front turnaround
8. Art boulders. A huge rock (or three or four) can do wonders to bring focus to your garden — define a zone, add interest to a grassy area or accent your favorite spot with just one great big rock. Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are another option to consider for an artful
Art boulders. A huge rock (or three or four) can do wonders to bring focus to your garden – define a zone, add interest to a grassy area or accent your favourite spot with just one great big rock. Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are
“Painted Boulder!” — Susan Lefever
sususu
George W. Girvin & Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks2,423
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boulder accents on neg edge pool
Practical Boulders Are Sold Most boulders are sold at rock yards and landscape supply yards by the ton. You can go and pick out the boulders you want, and the rock yard staff will load them onto a pallet to weigh them. Very dense boulders like granite will therefore
love the boulders around the infinity pool
Practical Boulders Are Sold Most boulders are sold at rock yards and landscape supply yards by the ton. You can go and pick out the boulders you want, and the rock yard staff will load them onto a pallet to weigh them.
Practical Boulders Are SoldMost boulders are sold at rock yards and landscape supply yards by the ton. You can go and pick out the boulders you want, and the rock yard staff will load them onto a pallet to weigh them. Very dense boulders like granite will therefore likely cost
“flooring and rocks” — h2oskier
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
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Charles McClure, landscape architect
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Roll With Boulders for High Landscape Impact Photo 1 of 9 Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at
large natural stone tiles with boulder integrations looks amazing
maple tree - - - boulder too big
huge igneous boulders, really like them, giant beach
boulders, tree in planter i.e. cherry
Boulders and flat stone giving contrast
Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its
“planters around Entry's steps” — carolcolin
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
Ideabooks4,662
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Hi love the design you guys did! Are these faux boulders? How did you get them to hold up the steel are they just set up against the steel wall? Thanks
The boulders are real! I think of the stones as pinning the steel in place since the walls are all slightly concave and as the steel flexes in the middle it will
I love the use of big boulder rocks!
Sloped backyard with rusted steel terracing, boulders and succulents. Very serene
Note bottom wall. wall is different height on either side of the boulder. good idea for a wall that is diminishing into the landscape.
plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth.
The way I can use the big boulders in the front yard- move them to the back and
“Retaining walls with rock” — Kate Bevins
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
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Mexican feather grass , boulder and lighting
Grasses, lights and boulders. LOVE it
Maybe boulders in the dog yard for dog terrain and visual interest?
the boulders mixed with the drought tolerant platings
boulders to keep soil in place
the slope with boulders and grass
you have a slope or grade change in your landscape but would prefer not to create terraces with retaining walls, boulders can be strategically added to keep soil in place. Large boulders are a creative option for keeping soil from eroding down a hillside, but it's important to nestle them into the soil
soil to avoid any rolling. Use natural plantings, like ornamental grasses and flowering perennials, around erosion-controlling boulders to create an organic look.
“boulders are cool” — Ryan Carpenter
Lucid Land Studio
eclectic garden
Ideabooks585
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add boulders to patio with brick or stone pavers
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience
Walkway of fieldstone leads to resting boulder.
boulders create a place to stop
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
Awesome! Put the boulders right in the middle of the path!!
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
“boulders” — lcdrum
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Good idea for path in back that leads to the field: Your pathways don't have to be designed solely around grand plantings. The addition of boulders on this path create a
big boulder landscaping on sides and stairs
Your pathways don't have to be designed solely around grand plantings. The addition of boulders on this path create a feeling of enclosure on one side, giving walkers a place to lean towards. If both sides are open, a walker may worry about falling off the side.
“like how the stairs are together, (not separated with earth between them), love the natural look of” — kjhwindow
Highland Group
2 Reviews
Runnoe Residence
Ideabooks2,088
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boulders to separate lawn from natural space
look how the grass grows down into boulders
Boulders in the slope
boulder retaining wall
big, loosely spaced boulders
boulder wall...Hate boulders
“tack this with the other pic!” — mammachele
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