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Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Whisper Rock Residence
Ideabooks2,022
Questions0
Plant near front center bottom go pic
Dry landscaping
“DG” — chitransh
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JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Photo Gallery various projects
Ideabooks3,708
Questions4
What is the low blue flowering plant in front of the fountain?
desert of Arizona where I took this picture. Ocotillo are also used as a dried branch arrangements for large pots. The canes are also used in rustic fences
the garden area between garage and sidewalk would be pretty. Plant drought tolerant plants around it and put in decomposed granite or pea gravel. You can
Water feature surrounded by gravel and plants
“fountain” — Sherry Halfyard
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
Ideabooks4,347
Questions0
The look of the wood against the dry rugged outside
materials and plants...open to plantings...Plants on hill...Border planting....Deck plants simplicity...use of same plants
“Stairs” — 613laura
John Donkin Architect Inc.
7 Reviews
Main Bath
Ideabooks3,399
Questions5
i kinda like the tub and how you can put plants around it
Shower heads. Dry area for towel shelves and hooks
helps make sure these plants stay hydrated
I like the idea of windows and plants it a wet bath
Bathtub, faucets, potted plant...Style plants colors light
“would love this kind of bathroom” — Courtney First
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
10 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
Ideabooks29,892
Questions7
could you tellme what the plant is down the fence on the right thanks
The plants along the back next to the fence are Cornus Alba 'Elegantisma' and in front
Construct Raised/Edibles beds out of custom wood planters versus dry stack basalt? TBA
Consider adding raised beds. Many edibles are low-to-the-ground plants. That’s fine for a farm, but designwise it can be a bit boring for a home landscape
beds add some design interest to a space and make it easier to care for the plants and pick the vegetables and fruit. They can also keep some of the more
“Boxes” — palucas
Monique Jacqueline Design
10 Reviews
Indian Hills, Salt Lake City, Utah
Ideabooks3,615
Questions2
Don't like line of rocks, plants spaced too far apart, don't like plants.
Omg! Love the pines in the dry creek bed!
break up rocks with plant materials...Tim might like gravel/plant section...like red/green plant interchange
“love this one” — Debbie Turner
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
Infinity Blue
Ideabooks3,356
Questions4
paving and stone along path from gate, plants in the plant section between path and pool
Pool - timber decking, plants and pebble crete
ones we have at the gate and front entry). Love the drought-resistant plantings!
Dry stack stone
“pool water feature” — meenawoolfe
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Path Sculpture
Ideabooks924
Questions2
great plantings... grasses and flowering low bushes
Love the lacy purple plant second from the front - don't know the name.
Landscape Good use of pale green and blueish green plants
Dry plants
“Lupine, grasses” — jamieutz
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