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Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
Outdoor Dining Terrace
I am thinking of placing this in a backyard full of large dog! Does this sound like a good idea or too unstable for dogs?
with my dogs every time it rains, and it has rained a lot this summer! I need a solution that will not be too expensive and that I can do myself, please. Thank you for your time, Helen
if the dog likes to dig and scramble around. The slabs will support the dog's weight no problem, its really more around how much maintenance you are prepared to do to keep everything looking clean and tidy... not sure I can be more helpful than this...
If you're looking for dog-friendly turf, EasyTurf
could be dog-friendly once the turf is established. I wouldn't do pebbles, as these would be kicked up onto the stones, and would become an on-going maintenance issue.
Scot Eckley Inc
large dogs and this would be terrific. But cleaning it??
Dog bowl for side walk. Fun!
wall, dog watering bowl for n'hood dogs
Stackstone retaining walls and a built in dog water bowl.
that your dog can access? A splash fountain or stream is ideal, and you’ll enjoy it, too.
3. Dog fountains. Whether you have dogs or simply live in a neighborhood with a large canine population, dog fountains are a welcome respite on long, hot walks. I've spotted dog water bowls on sidewalks outside
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
said "dog" rather than the plural, and a dog very tender footed, gentle on things, who gets the syntax of conversation, I'd said "maybe." But I'd not recommend it as a total lawn replacement, no. In the shade it's leggier, grows taller, is more apt to showing holes from dogginess. In the sun, it tends
down the path is an Acer japonicum 'Aureum' (Golden Full Moon Maple), kind of hard to see.. There are also various ferns and geraniums, a bamboo, Pittosporum tobira, but unreadable at this distance. Most of these plants, if they're available, should work where you are, if they get consistent water.
let the dogs on it til' it's had a chance to fill in and get tougher, otherwise, it won't last long enough to get its bearings.. good luck.
Statile & Todd
This garden pathway links the front yard to the backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
Stone path from back to front
flagstone path draws pedestrians from the front yard, through the spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From the flowering thyme
and my dog eats rocks, so this might be just the solution I need.
What is the plant lining the path?
b/c the dogs eat the sticks... oye!
I've seen mixed results with hardener/stabilizer. Recently I was involved in a project here, and learned the hard way that dg paths with stabilizers can still get mushy when wet. Before using a stabilizer
Garden path idea - Borden and path materials
I love the flower beds lining the path--would be a neat idea along the side of the house.
The DG looks nice on the path
a wonderful running path for me & my dogs!!!
The Hampton Garden
use eco friendly weed killer or you can pull them by hand. If the ground is clean underneath prior to spreading the gravel then it is pretty easy to just pluck stray weeds here and there. For the most part once it has been on the ground for a while and kept weed free they just stop growing. You wipe out
like raised boxes for my garden
Keep the dog from peeing on garden
Style & layout of raised garden beds
raised garden boxes work double duty, as they also provide a bit of seating along these neat garden paths.
Water: Timing is everything. Cooler temperatures make early mornings and late afternoons the ideal times to work in the garden in July. Water plants early in the day when evaporation rates are
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
Just hanging around, enjoying the sun & viewing the wildlife
in this garden! Our landscape designer chose plants to bring lots of birds for me to watch. I don't know if she planned for the chipmunks, but they are fun too!" ... Bailey the dog Photo by Danna Cain
Dog sitting area of small rocks.
add a spot for the dogs, once we see where they like to rest
More of the I love this dog loving his yard space.
Like the flat rocks for dogs and people walking.
Your dog will love you for creating a nice outdoor living space!
Smooth rocks are perfect for dogs.
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Atherton Japanese Garden
thought....place shrubs around lilacs to fill in. ..curving path to shed
maybe place some rock in the gravel that surounds the brick path. less planting
grass dog poo patch, like the burst of color, like the mixed textures, but don't love the specific foliage
USE for front garden japanese formalizaton
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