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Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks9,377
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Hi. Would you happen to have a layout of the garden and types of plants? It is beautiful. Much gratitude. Anika
than the "orderly" ones. As someone who has tried (mostly unsuccessfully) to create such ordered chaos, I assure you there is nothing random about the plant placement here.
Like this garden for variety of plants but a little messy
different plants but would like more controlled look
Love the random placing of plants and flowers
may not be ready for a complete loss of lawn and permanent paving, and that's fine. Instead, create a cottage feel in a large garden bed, and let the plants billow over onto the sidewalk to soften the space.
“Beautiful!!!” — sandjinc
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
Ideabooks8,057
Questions5
Drip irrigation was used to all the plants in this project.
Steel edge to grass pad, gravel w/planting
Stepping stones with planted succulents
corten wall, plants, pavers
Plantings on sunken garden wall
Border, plants, pathway
Rock and plants...Path and planting...Great planting
“Cool retaining wall” — summatine
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
Ideabooks14,590
Questions3
the Walls are all dry laid stone. They are retaining the grade for the patio that sit behind it. There is a planting bed and drainage system between the wall and patio to manage water during storms and abate any surcharge from the raised grade.
Island design with trees/plants/stones for the pond side of the house
Privacy created with plants on patin level and retaining wall instead of sloped
dry laid stone and raised planting bed for privacy
short stone wall, flat grassy area, color plantings at edges
lightly enclosed and screened by a soft planting of shrubs and perennials. (Ornamental grasses would have worked well here, too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great
“Arely's Home” — kkenaston85
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
Ideabooks5,236
Questions2
View of curved gravel path toward the backyard, showing boulder placement and plantings. Curves are anchored with strategically placed 'Winterred' and 'Hogyoku' Japanese maples. Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras
Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras.
Love the curved path and all the plants.
like the look of this -- plants to trees to pathway
pathway, small plants, rock placement, grasses
curved gravel path with plantings, large stone accents - lovely
Curving paths lined with various heights of plants - skip the grass
Love this little trail and all the plants and trees
“Pathway” — rebereba
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Whittaker
Ideabooks1,389
Questions0
luv plants so close to pool
like plants in square concrete planters
nice boxes with plants
Love the plants...Plant holders...Plants on deck...Pool and plants...Plants / planters...potted plants
“planters around water feature” — sivacoe
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks4,805
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drought tolerant hillside plants
The plants and the hardscaping
drought tolerant plants
Privacy, plants, pathway.
dolphin square landscaping plant
rocks, plants...like the plants
“Rocks” — rainydygrl
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
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love the inter-planting of plants among the flagstone walkway.
Another very nice plant combination. The stone spring house MAKES the photo composition.
Beautiful garden. Love how well-planned the height of the various plants are
Like the mix if plants and stone path
in this ideabook were taken during different times of the year. "It is very interesting to me to take note of the same plants seen in different seasons," Dear says. "For example, plants like the Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica ‘Ceasar’s Brother’) flower early in spring, but the seedpods which develop in the
“Landscape” — tfiggat
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Ideabooks20,833
Questions1
a traditional style home set on a rural estate in Princeton NJ. For the dinning terrace a bluestone patio was installed with a brick inlayed rug. Plantings beds filled with perennials and flowering shrubs surround the patio and lead you down to the swimming pool. Built at existing grade to meet DEP r
Clean lines and well maintained plants. Looks vey inviting.
Traditional terraced gardens tend to reflect the planting style of the overall garden or style of the house. Mixed plantings of shrubs and perennials generally found in traditional plantings not only provide year-round color and interest, but also soften hard outlines of stonework. The real joy, though
though, of these raised beds is that the plants are brought up to eye level.This style of planting can be reasonably high maintenance, however, especially with the inclusion of herbaceous perennials that require attention throughout the growing season. For this reason, the retaining walls shown here are
“Retaining wall” — arruss1
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