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Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
SF Designer Showcase 2006 03
Ideabooks10,956
Questions10
I want to plant some flowers in my garden, I like the flowers on the picture, what is the name of the flowers and can they be under the sun all day.
love the design in the decorative wall
Could run a raised border around the fence line with flowers in it (not with the trellis).
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors planted a border of petite hydrangeas for the 2006 San Francisco Designer Showcase. While they look adorable in this photo taken at the time, you would be wise to plant yours farther apart, as they will grow to be at least 3 feet high.
“Looks like home” — carolram
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mimi and Eric
Ideabooks4,455
Questions2
SG: What was your biggest design dilemma?MK: The house had no garage or outdoor storage, which is tough for a place that gets snow all winter. We had to build a detached garage at the back of the property.EK: We can't get the car in it right now. But it's a good place for bikes and all our extra stuff
“surrounded by flowers” — coki91011
Leslie Rohrer
Merry Mount
Ideabooks6,605
Questions6
what kind of flowers are those pink ones?
Want flowers for side yard beside carport
House/flower colours
pretty flowers...House design...Landscape design...Beautiful flowers...pink flowers
“Hydrangea” — ldelva
Taylor Hannah Architect Inc
St.Thomas
Ideabooks1,562
Questions6
beige flowers
ceiling design...Bouquet table...Flower arrangement
“Flowers” — gummybutton
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks37,536
Questions5
wouldn't be afraid to bring in quality 3-way soil to a project like this to save yourself the aforementioned potentials and to ensure such an awesome design actually produces.
grow them in their backyard. Growing a mix of fun edibles (like sugar snap peas and mint), soft and touchable plants (like lamb’s ear), and fresh flowers meant for cutting means there is always something interesting to do in the garden. Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly
grow them in their backyard. Growing a mix of fun edibles (like sugar snap peas and mint), soft and touchable plants (like lamb’s ear), and fresh flowers meant for cutting means there is always something interesting to do in the garden. Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly
“plantings” — plugger
Living Gardens Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Living Gardens Landscape Design
Ideabooks1,413
Questions3
pink flowers are they in pots?
What are the pink flowers/shrubs/bushes with the boxwoods?
Bushes in planters and pink flowers
pink flowers around the tree, put rocks around it
rocks around wet area front door, flowers around base of
color, flowers under tree, bushes flanking front door
Window box type flowers under windows for garage
“Flower bed bricks” — saralbray
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Rose covered arbor
Ideabooks6,414
Questions2
It was purchased from Cottage Garden Nursery in Petaluma CA. They may be some comparable on the web at Jackson Perkins or White Flower Farm.
I like the white flowers do this over our gazebo
Derviss DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 7. Frame a garden
How did they get the flowers to arc thIs high?
Arch would be great with a flowering vine in back yard
climbing flowers that return even better
“arbour” — mynewyorkhome
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks1,723
Questions1
Using pebbles and rocks in design
pebbles and rocks with grasses and flowers
Mix of flowers and plants
Rocks and flower bed layout
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
No work flower bed...garden design...Yard design...I like the flowers
“Stepping stones and gravel” — Melanie
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