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Shepherd Stoneworks
Raised Stone Garden Beds
Ideabooks24,852
Questions5
for 4 corners of a grape arbor? That has always been a dream of mine to have... Many, many thanks.
How are you irrigating these beds? How is the water supply
Love this idea. Beautiful! What is the stone and what could I line them with that would also drain out water?
“Vegee garden” — mwcmango
Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
4 Reviews
Lido Tropical
Ideabooks6,680
Questions8
glass secured to the floor and wall. I don see any channels or brackets. If the channels are hidden behind the tile, what if it gets loose due to water damage?
Reach in for water control
Corner Seat
“Bath” — franlandry
Alderson Construction
1 Review
Pool house
Ideabooks1,435
Questions2
Sq corner columns with 2-round center columns
Color of water "Eden"
edge of water pool house
“mediterranean” — ricardodb
Centsational Girl
Centsational girl
Ideabooks8,551
Questions3
Like the flowers in steel tea pot/water vase for kitchen
When you get home from the farmer’s market with a batch of fresh flowers, grab the water pitcher from your silver collection and use it as a vase. Fresh flowers are hard to top when arranged elegantly in antique silver.
“simple and clean” — econtrerascruz
Don Duffy Architecture
NC costal House
Ideabooks7,052
Questions8
Can we get a water view
Water next to the stove and Island
Windows on both corners
“Brackets on bottom of upper cabinets” — patriciaeporter
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks3,661
Questions2
Where the lawn is you could have some ground cover, no mowing and water wise.
Colors, pattern, water wise
The corner
“Pathway, design, very unique yet very clean” — mayumilmt
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks23,320
Questions8
Hi This garden is spectacular! I'm trying to design a patio that is somewhat impervious and will allow water to seep between the stones (a local requirement). Are these pavers set in gravel or on a concrete pad? This is exactly the look I want but I thought
spreading process.Space plants about 18" apart.Soak the plants and soil.Add a light cover of mulch.If you opted not to till with peat moss, fertilize.Water for a month after planting. If you are weeding the area, be careful not to weed out new growth that will pop up between the original plants.Once the
“beds” — tbjcn
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Paradise Valley Residence
Ideabooks10,739
Questions6
i believe these are four nerve daisy (very water tolerant).
with industrial screening, available in a wide array of gauges. Metal posts hold the panels, and everything has been allowed to weather naturally. If water splashes from the showerhead, it's no big deal; the iron continues to weather to that gorgeous rust patina, and the vines get the moisture they need
“So natural. Love screen in look” — carvey16
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