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Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono Estate
Ideabooks2,594
Questions2
woodlands. World-famous bronze sculpture provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-mile from the water, the
Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-m...
Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape
“Island beds between properties” — musicadvisor
One Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & Hardscape
9 Reviews
Lakeside Garden - Custom Landscaping - Highland Village, TX
Ideabooks638
Questions2
Mixture of natural fire pit area out in open along with plants
combination of plants, rock and rusted steel
Plant grasses next to mountain. Use gravel and stones.
Plant Selection and Overall Look
Fire pit, stones, plants
Like the bluish spikes plant
pit and plants...plant arrangement...chairs, plants...Natural planting
“Texas” — Nigel M
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 2
Ideabooks397
Questions1
What kind of plants are the plugs around the tree?
that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs me, as it’s very boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are often a third the price of larger pots and give you more plants for your buck. In a
buying plugs (which are much cheaper than plants) and planting them, in stead of just spreading wood chip mulch.
plants growing up by side of house
a worst-case scenario, plugs establish and spread just as fast as much larger root-bound nursery pots. More plants. More awesome.
that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs me, as it’s very boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are often a third the price of larger pots and give you more plants for your buck. In a
“mulch in the garden” — suzannewei
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Garden Pond Rydal, Pa
Ideabooks8,867
Questions2
like plants around this fish pond
set on each side of fall...plants
Love all the plants around the pond
Birdhouse adds coziness, deep water feature for fish, many different shapes an colors of plant
I like the all the plants around the ponds border, most of the time all you see is a lot of rocks. This looks more natural.
May need to massly plant like this
“cascada” — blancamata
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Lafayette
Ideabooks4,108
Questions4
Hi, can you please tell me the name of this type of grass planted here?
that of a deck. A boardwalk can spark a relaxed and adventurous experience for the garden visitor, especially when it traverses a forest or a mass planting of ornamental grasses, such as this maiden grass (Miscanthus sp, USDA zones 5 to 9).
boardwalk traverses mass planting of ornamental grasses
Movement. The repetition of a single plant species, like these grasses, is best appreciated on a windy day. It can appear as if the individual plants have merged to form a single unit as they sway and bend in unison with the breeze.
A mass planting of grasses flanking an unusual walkway fills a long space. It reminds me of walking down to the beach, but with a far more interesting boardwalk than you'll find at most public parks.
“A boardwalk across the yard!” — Tarheel Associates, Inc.
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Livingston Nj
Ideabooks3,922
Questions2
Nice integration of waterfall with plantings
waterfall and surrounding plants
Plants around the waterfall
Stone wall and plantings
Plants around water fall
Plantings for our pool.
pond planting...Plant types...Plants and rocks
“Beautiful serenity” — pherod
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks1,555
Questions2
Rock with purple and green plants
path around the edge, plants outside that, grass in the middle.
path plants layout color scheme
edge the walkway with plants
plant border to pathway
Border plants...purple plants...border plantings
“purple plants” — monicaking
The Garden Design Studio
1 Review
Dallas Residence 1
Ideabooks5,022
Questions4
like the simple small plants and everything fillled in with ground cover.
Add to patio planting with short grass
Note: what type of plant is "over growing" the stairs . (Like)
corten steel, poured concrete slabs and planting in between
planting between steps. Also different lengths of steps staggered
rusted steel used as retaining walls here has an almost natural look with its color and texture. The hardness of the material is softened by clever plantings, including a row of purple Berberis against the lower wall that almost picks up the colors of the rust.
“ground cover” — Raw Arty Knee
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