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Parker Homescape, LLC
13 Reviews
Pondless Water Feature
Good idea for end of dry creek.
Nice dry water feature
“Waterfall” — vrodekirk
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
prevent it from spreading. Plant it in dry, well-drained soil.
Dry garden
“The plants” — sandieberlioz
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
the Walls are all dry laid stone. They are retaining the grade for the patio that sit behind it. There is a planting bed and drainage system between the wall and patio to manage water during storms and abate any surcharge from the raised grade.
dry laid stone and raised planting bed for privacy
“Specific plants and red maple” — robertyh
Amato Design Inc.
9 Reviews
Venice Beach 3511
table is a custom piece of mine, I have been making tables like this for clients for years. The wood worker I use is local to Portland Oregon, He kiln dries the wood for me, sands, seals, then I have a professional coater Epoxy the surfaces. A metal base was used in this case. This tree was 60" in diameter
kiln dried wood with epoxy finish
“Fishbowl planter” — junecarter
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
7. Plan a self-watering systemInstalling a self-watering system in the garden means that virtually no hosing is required, even during dry summer months. Adding irrigation can be set up during construction or later on – and to make your life even easier, make sure it includes a timer or
just bark pebbles or similar to anchor the roots. MAINTENANCE: Keep the ‘vase’ or ‘urn’ found in the centre of the bromeliads topped up with water in dry periods and feed them with an organic foliar spray.
“large pot” — lindachilcote
Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
red color strip plant with grey dry plants
Dry color
“Color, desert, drought-resistant” — Jill White
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Woodrow Laundry
Cabinets around front load wash and dry; counter above
Sink cabinet to end of W/D. Keeping cabinets above. Then the air dry, folding table & drawers to be in closet nook
“The flowers” — rentiak
Julie Smith
Through the Kitchen
designed for glossy surfaces. 4. Finish the cabinets with at least two coats of the paint you've chosen. Let the paint dry thoroughly and lightly sand between coats. 5. After everything has dried thoroughly, put your cabinets back together. "Be sure to keep everything organized," says Thompson. "Have a system
“paint color” — misslesliestevens
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