184 earth friendly lawn care Home Design Photos

Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
contrast of stone & lawn and grading detail at lawn/stone edge
Lawn care. Lawn, pasture, meadow or field — how do you define your grassy areas? We have all four, and if I’m honest, their definition is largely dependent
The expanse of this lawn makes way for views of the majestic landscape. The pavilion is artfully set
dependent upon the amount of time and care we give them.
“Multi colored trees” — daisy99301
Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Hill House
referring to. The pale yellow material that's wall height is stabilised rammed earth sourced from local quarries. At the very left edge of the photo is the start
NSW - overlooking the bays) - will be looking into the 'stabilised rammed earth' you have used - lovely. Beautifully photographed too. Congratulations again
shade on the verandah. A verandah can make a home more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient. By shading the walls and windows of a home in a hot
and Slocombe constructed the home on a concrete slab foundation. A rammed-earth wall forms the spine of the home. Although this part of Australia can get
Mihaly and Slocombe constructed the home on a concrete foundation. A rammed-earth wall forms the backbone of the home. Although this part of Australia can
Spacious lawn & lights on wall
“Overhang” — ciaranmcnally
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Maine Retreat
Flat plush lawn and fence and plants in front of fence
woods to build this lovely home with beautiful landscaping. The sweeping lawn bordered by deep planting beds are perfectly proportioned.
Lawns also prefer alkaline soil, and likewise, April is the perfect time to adjust the pH with a fast-acting garden lime such
A large lawn may not be the most water-wise choice, but there's no doubt that it's inviting. This yard reminds me of the type in old movies, filled with
such as Lilly Miller Super Sweet. Because lawns tend to have a lot of square footage, it’s easiest to use a walk-behind broadcast spreader to apply. Broadcast
“Wall -Ben” — Aura Fox
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Revival
and money maintaining a lawn. With the average homeowner spending 150 hours per year on lawn care, it’s no wonder that the no-lawn movement is gaining popularity
no lawn...no lawn yard...Maintenance free front lawn...instead of lawn
“the light green” — Victoria Tejeda-Martinez
Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Hill House
Who supplied the cladding? Do you know if its bush fire friendly? Thx
Tidy upIf you do have a cleared space around the house, including a lawn, keeping the lawn well mown and the area around your property free of any rubbish
Passive solar rammed earth / iron...rammed earth and vegi garden
“the skinny siding” — callen5448
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
Working with the arborist employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the mature trees
more shady areas. The lawns had been in place for many years and in time the shade factor increased. The gardener kept the lawn looking healthy by overseeding
Easy care, deciduous trees, garden structures
love this - lots of grass and very lush. but clear definition between grass lawn and bed.
Beautiful, gardens yet a nice expanse of green lawn
post and rail fence but planted nothing taller than 12 inches. Years ago a friend helped me dig everything out and replant it with a variety of shrubs and
removing the plants. Many I'll be able to reuse, but some I'll be offering to friends, which is why you should:
“Have to find out what the plants all are! Like the look for along the fence” — lovecuz
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
Contemporary Landscaping Project
that would fully complement the exterior of his home. He was a personal friend of ours as well, and he understood that our policy is to preserve as many
exception in his case for two reasons. For one thing, he was a very close friend to many people in our company. Secondly, large trees simply would not work
overpower the façade of the home. In order to do this, we had to focus very carefully on the geometric appearance of the planting areas first. Since the vegetation
contours and created a sense of flowing perspective. We were then very careful to plant vegetation that could be maintained at a very low growth height
beautiful water feature at the entrance. very nice lawn as well.
“Boxwood garden” — Maureen Atkinson
Crisp Architects
49 Reviews
Fern Bed
mind when we think of shade gardens, and for good reason. They have been on Earth for more than 300 million years. Most ferns inhabit temperate and tropical
ferns galore in woodland floor is great transition from manicured lawn to rough woods
mind when we think of shade gardens, and for good reason. They have been on Earth for more than 300 million years. Most ferns inhabit temperate and tropical
“beautiful” — Interiors by Anita
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