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Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Golden Rock Inn, Nevis, West Indies
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LushnessA subtropical garden is no place to be stingy. Swathes of generous planting help create a lush vibe. When designing your garden look to nature for
generous planting help create a lush vibe. When designing your garden look to nature for inspiration. Your planting scheme should convey an inherent order
What could there not to be liked in a Raymond Jungles design?
isn’t natural but designed to feel of its place. Could this bold aesthetic be a model for your garden?
LushnessA subtropical garden is no place to be
generous planting help create a lush vibe. When designing your garden look to nature for inspiration. Your planting scheme should convey an inherent order
IDEA for Glass design- FRONT ENTRY DOOR
“landscape” — devenir
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern
does your company do work outside of Ohio?
Hi Elizabeth, Thank you for your interest. Our company can do a design only for a client anywhere. We can design and build for anyone anywhere, just
you walk across it. In this way you become one with your garden instead of gliding across the top of it.
Gravel offers a wonderful auditory crunch when walked upon. Your footsteps embed in it while you
Rethink your garden floor. There are things you can do, in addition to designing your garden to attract wildlife, to add the element of sound to your space
“plants & trees” — Anita Hadel
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary, with clean lines, a block planting of a single species or cultivar may be in order. If your aesthetic
Landscape by Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design SaveEmail Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes
Designing Your Hillside GardenCreativity is in order in planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary, with
juxtaposition will add another layer of interest to your garden.
Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to
The rest of you can dare to mix things up and have some fun.When designing a garden on a slope, I find it helpful to stand at the bottom of the space and
what you see in this design.
“Color” — smkw_
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
Our smaller size allows us to get to know each client, understand his or her needs and be involved with all phases of each project.
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Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zeterre Design
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there is some one that can tell me if its ok to create a contemporary design in front of the house? I want to create straight lines in the landscaping
The design in the lawn area were made with colored concrete.
Proprietary design made for our clients. Please contact a local landscape architect to
You have terrific enthusiasm for your landscape, Mary, Good luck to you!
Garden 2013 Symmetry and balance Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements
Symmetry: Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers
give the viewer.More: Old-School Design: Frame Your Garden View
1. Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements
“Garden. With concrete design” — pmaghimbi
Traditional Landscape
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2. Choose plants that will thrive in your garden. When designing your garden on the principles of Slow Gardening, What we plant and where is of prime
Choose plants that will thrive in your garden. When designing your garden on the principles of Slow Gardening, what we plant and where is of prime
importance. By growing plants that are suited to your garden's microclimate, less work, feeding and watering will be required to get the best results
use rocks to border gardens (lay ground cover first)
2. Choose plants that will thrive in your garden. When designing your garden on the principles of Slow Gardening, what we plant and where is of prime
importance. By growing plants that are suited to your garden's microclimate, less work, feeding and watering will be required to get the best results from
seems to fit our garden area in front
“Creek” — mstrom64
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exteriors
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that suite your soil and, with any luck – and a bit of judicious pruning – they’ll come back year after year.TELL US…How have you designed your front garden
methods that construction requires. Involving them during phase planning and design is important. They’ll likely advise that the tighter the building site is
Plan pretty borders If you have a path that leads to your front door, or around the house, frame the way with a selection of fragrant
garden and entrance? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.
Addition idea garden with concer idea
“Kitchen windows” — mickdickgreen
Jay Sifford Garden Design
12 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
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an invaluable skill when it comes to designing your garden or seasonal pot displays. Consider viewing your garden photographs in black and white. When
equation, your eye will see form and texture like never before. Now go into your garden and uncover the hidden; rediscover why you became a gardener in the
Don’t forget your camera. Your camera will help you hone your senses to notice things that most people would overlook. Equally as important, your camera will
the first place. Then post details of your treasures in the Comments below. We want to share in your serendipity.
an invaluable skill when it comes to designing your garden or seasonal pot displays. Consider viewing your garden photographs in black and white. When
“Love the detail.” — webuser_86571
Jeni Lee
courtyard
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"Both houses have rainwater tanks for garden use. The homes also recycle graywater
others sealed and plumed as cisterns to collect rain water for lawn and garden irrigation.
Rainwater tanks for garden use. recycled grey water solar panels
water supply. By deciding where you are going to put your tank while designing your garden, you can position the plants in relation to the tank based on their
big will your patch be? Tell us in the comments section below. MORELet Houzz Lead You Up the Garden PathStickybeak of the Week: Vertical Gardens With a
vegetable gardens, especially in drought-prone areas. Harvest grey water and rain water off roofs where possible.TELL USAre you dreaming of your own vegetable
Hi Jeni ! I love your creations....Recycle rain water for the garden.
“Pot arrangement” — rosiizzo
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