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Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
French Country Elegance
Ideabooks15,254
Questions8
container plants
Plants under kitchen window
potted plants...Plants &pots...Plants and shutters...Wall color, plants
“Doors against wall, inexpensive decoration” — Leonie Wren
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Toms River, NJ
Ideabooks6,646
Questions5
What plants are those white ones ?
tall grassy plant on the right
Plants and flowers around the pool
very pretty pool & plants
stone around pool and plants
Plants in close planter
Plants around pool show dor
pool plants
“Rocks” — Katy Collinsworth
Amitzi Architects
House O
Ideabooks10,824
Questions6
what are the plants around the pool?
tropical plants...lap pool plants...Les plantes...Pool- banana plants...Swim pool plant
“Pool.” — emiliepanzanaro
Armond Aquatech Pools
4 Reviews
011
Ideabooks3,183
Questions2
How they work. Natural swimming pools rely on a constructed wetland of plants and gravel to filter the water in an area called the regeneration zone. This zone is like a water garden; a variety of plants selected by a natural pool specialist or a landscape architect create an ecosystem that
zones interact. The regeneration zone’s size and depth are related to the volume of water to be cleaned. The planted zone is shallower than the swimming area. Clean water slowly flows from the planted zone into the swimming zone.
like b-cuz swimming zone separate (sort of) that way any bugs attracted to plants will mostly stay on that side!
“great for lap swimming keeping it healthy and natural” — ilovepillars
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Westcoast Rustic Garden
Ideabooks4,349
Questions0
stone - bit too busy with plants though for our taste
I like the overall idea of removing frontyard lawn and creating pathway and planting beds
Natural stone with rustic plants
Crazy paving and natural planting
“Backyard” — stephrich
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Ideabooks14,241
Questions3
quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able
attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by planting large hedges along one side — deer cannot jump as high if they must also clear a long distance.
combination of netting and nice wood fence, plant WIIIDDDE hedge to also keep deer from jumping over, if you can't affor a fence
nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by planting large hedges along one side — deer cannot jump as high if they must also clear a long distance.
“Fencing” — donuserid
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
Ideabooks26,304
Questions15
Front foundation plantings surround this classic herring bone pattern brick entry path. Photo by:Peter Rymwid
each side of walkway, what are the plants?
Hello, I'm making similar sized beds on each side of our walkway by our front porch and was wondering if you could tell me what type of plants you used, etc.? Very nice! Thanks, Melissa
What are the names of the plants used in this photo?
“Stacked” stone across bottom step & made into planters…white steps risers & painted porch. LOVE the plantings & brick walk
Good scale on the walk and plantings.
“lavendar and hydrangeas together. LOVE it!” — Patty Clark
Jeff Wilkinson, RA
8 Reviews
Poughkeepsie New York Residence
Ideabooks21,625
Questions11
hanging plants
Hanging plants underneath
potted plants...Plant hangers...Hanging plants
“Ceiling” — bmz2014
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