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Greenworks Design
3 Reviews
Corten Garden
Ideabooks2,611
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gate. If you want to cultivate a mystical, Zen-like mood in your garden, a moon gate is what you need. The curved shape fits harmoniously in landscapes of all kinds and makes entering the garden a memorable event. More about moon gates
3. Moon gate. If you want to cultivate a mystical, Zen-like
Moon gate. If you want to cultivate a mystical, Zen-like mood in your garden, a moon gate is what you need. The curved shape fits harmoniously in landscapes of all kinds and makes entering the garden a memorable event.
garden: Moon gate. If you want to cultivate a mystical, Zen-like mood in
you want to cultivate a mystical, Zen-like mood in your garden, a moon gate is what you need. The curved shape fits harmoniously in landscapes of all kinds and makes entering the garden a memorable event.
“circle” — Kristi Barnewolt
GardenArt
Plant of the Week — Serviceberry
Ideabooks587
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requirement: Partial to full sun Mature size: 10–25 feet high; 10–15 feet spread. It can grow up to 40 feet, but this is uncommon, especially in cultivation. Benefits and tolerances: Fairly resistant to diseases and pests though it can be susceptible to some blights, rust, powdery mold and pests like
requirement: Partial to full sun Mature size: 10–25 feet high; 10–15 feet spread. It can grow up to 40 feet, but this is uncommon, especially in cultivation.
“Amelanchier canadensis; Serviceberry tree” — Nicole Pedersen Coughlin
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
Ideabooks1,729
Questions1
monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade. Shown: A.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade. Shown: A. canariense
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.Shown: A. canariense
“Bamboo as screen for side or back yard” — Just in Thyme Landscape Design
groundworks studio
7 Reviews
Myers Park Retreat
Ideabooks1,408
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One of the key concepts for capturing and keeping the water that falls in your yard is permeability. Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
One of the key concepts for capturing and keeping the water that falls in your yard is permeability. Gravel walkways and soil that's cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.
“Gravel walkways” — janieinojai
www.RedwoodGardenBridges.com
30 Reviews
Garden Bridge
Ideabooks2,252
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helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating Delight
helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating Delight If you garden, how can you possibly feel alone? How can you feel helpless? It’s impossible. As complex as our emotions are, the garden reminds
helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating DelightIf you garden, how can you possibly feel alone? How can you feel helpless? It’s impossible. As complex as our emotions are, the garden reminds
“Would love something like this in the garden!!!” — benji
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Cherishing memories with art
Ideabooks1,213
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up a mirror to make the space seem bigger. Even a small outdoor space can be a refreshing, nourishing hideaway.Do you live in a city? How do you cultivate serenity in your living space? What are your biggest challenges?
“sillas y mesa” — jcuevasr
ADL III Architecture
3 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks3,177
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held together to present a truly lovely mirror frame. Made from reclaimed teak root is excavated for the benefit of cultivating the land for further plantation. Without the cultivation of these huge teak roots, the land would be abandoned, rendering it expensive and near impossible for further plantation
“Mirror” — rosiekuhn
CULTivation D.S
4 Reviews
The Projector House
Ideabooks7,826
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CULTivation D.S Save Email The ipe deck, which wraps around the house from front to back, is the one thing her father insisted on. He chose the hardwood for
CULTivation D.S
“Angles” — mjmakare
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