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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks7,896
Questions4
prevents you from incorporating sedums into your garden design, why not do something similar to what Debora Carl has done here? Low-growing sedums cascade nicely in indoor planters, making excellent gifts or dining table centerpieces. Shown here: Sedum 'Angelina', zones 3 to 10
prevents you from incorporating sedums into your garden design, why not do something similar to what Debora Carl has done here? Low-growing sedums cascade nicely in indoor planters, making excellent gifts or dining table centerpieces. Shown here: Sedum 'Angelina', zones 3 to 10
prevents you from incorporating sedums into your garden design, why not do something similar to what Debora Carl has done here? Low-growing sedums cascade nicely in indoor planters, making excellent gifts or dining table centerpieces. Shown here: Sedum 'Angelina', zones 3 to 10
“stonecropp” — claude70
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
Karen Aitken & Associates
Ideabooks2,676
Questions3
Chinese Wisteria for a beautiful cascading effect
chinese wisteria for a cascading effect
California landscape designer Karen Aitken chose Chinese Wisteria for a beautiful cascading effect over this bocce ball court in Morgan Hill. The fact that it grows like a beanstalk can be a plus when looking for quick results in a landscape, Aitken says. But be sure to plant on a separate structure
“love wisteria vines” — telzayadi
Missouri Botanical Garden
Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls'
Ideabooks9
Questions0
bald cypress / Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
Speaking of winter interest, have you tried weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichium 'Cascade Falls')? It's beautiful when laced with snow. It's reportedly hardy to zone 4, but I've experienced some dieback in zone 5 when it reaches negative 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
“weeping bald cypress” — smartdesigner
Clocks247
Family Room Ideas
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Howard Miller is proud to present the Cascade Grandfather Clock in Charcoal Gray Finish, featuring quality craftsmanship and adventurous Charcoal Gray Finish Casual style to fit today's easy-living lifestyle This Casual style to fit today's easy-living lifestyle waterfall fountain clock features a deeply
deeply textured glass back panel to enhance the cascading water. As with all waterfalls attention must be made to the water levels to achieve optimum results and enjoyment. A recessed bottom mounted lamp illuminates the glass fountain panel and accentuates the flowing water. The charcoal gray dial is
“Clock” — John Gearlds
Cascade Coil Drapery
6 Reviews
Custom Fireplace Screen
Ideabooks24
Questions0
This project features a Cascade Coil fireplace screen with our Antique Copper finish that was designed to compliment the other colors and finishes that are part of the fireplace.
Cascade Coil Drapery
cascade coil
“screen” — hbrenzel
Cascade Coil Drapery
6 Reviews
Energy Saving Woven Wire Metal Drapery
Ideabooks13
Questions0
woven wire fabric was installed at a client's home to control sunlight and still preserve their territorial view. The additional benefit of using Cascade Coil Drapery was the substantial energy savings provided by the 100% recyclable woven wire mesh which was the perfect solution for this environmentally
“Awesome drapes! I wonder how these will affect the light and heat entering the room in the summer?” — nataliem1
Waterfalls Fountains & Gardens
11 Reviews
Pool waterfall ledge stone cascades
Ideabooks19
Questions0
Pool Waterfall by Matthew Giampietro of Waterfalls Fountains & Gardens Inc. Ledge Stone waterfall and cascades in pool in Miami Florida
Pool waterfall ledge stone cascades
ledgestone with cascade
“ledgestone with cascade” — diannestjohn
Anderson Design / ErosionZ. Minnesota Landscape.
A Runnel Splits Into Two Cascades. Minnesota Water Feature Design.
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A Runnel Splits Into Two Cascades. Minnesota Water Feature Design.
An oasis in the center of the patio, a trickling runnel emerges from a trio of bubbling boulders, then splits into two mirror-image cascades. Cobble and granite make up the simple stonework. Designed for Lee's Landscaping & Design. Credit: Tad Anderson. All rights exclusively reserved.
For me, just a visual example of a seatwall ending at a low cascading water fall. Some of the aesthetic appeal of this one is the pass through nature of it to other side. I don't have that option.
“stone waterway.” — dulas1979
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