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Rough Hollow Parade Home 2010
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Hides soil Strong, elastic and resilient; great for heavy trafficResponds very well to cleaning, as moisture makes the fiber swell and release dirtNaturally flame retardantNeutralizes indoor air contaminants and does not reemit themEnvironmentally friendlyConsHigh costProne to distortion by excess agitation
bleachCost: About $5 to $24 per square foot, installed
“Nylon carpet” — larkmom
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Ideabooks9,035
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details about the area you are interested in planting. (Ex. Sunlight exposure, moisture, soil type) . Our recommendation would be to contact our office and ask to speak with one of our landscape architects or contact another professional near your home. Thank you for the inquiry!
“Green and lush” — simplyangie2004
Grant and Power Landscaping
3 Reviews
Wheaton Residence
Ideabooks2,795
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with you about doing something similar at your home. Please give us a call at 630.231.0069. Thank you.
separe soil to the house.
“Horizontal window” — kami_t
John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Ideabooks1,751
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stion about vine
sandy soil. prolific grower
“Awesome!” — jenniferishappy
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
Ideabooks8,648
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fussy about soil, can withstand periods of drought once established and, other than annual pruning and a little tying up, require little maintenance. Consider planting several varieties of grape on a large arbor for a cornucopia of fresh fruit.Vines are not the only fruit that can be trained to grow
“the way the grapevine are set up.” — Darlene Moore
Exteriors By Chad Robert
6 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks9,038
Questions6
Not wild about this but I do like the low water needs
from the soil. Large stones add maintenance-free interest to low-water gardens.Browse more photos of low-water, low-maintenance xeriscapes
“gravel” — lecooke
Classic Interiors
5 Reviews
Bruce Resident
Ideabooks1,680
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you like about this photo?love the color and the style
Dry soil low sticks
“IT'S JUST BEAUTIFUL” — Matebogo Phono
Fred Hahn, Residential Designer
Fred Hahn, Residential Designer
Ideabooks2,411
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something about an updated wrap around porch appeals to me but land is not that hilly
soil retention
“House design” — lynndibari
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