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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
32 Reviews
Cor-Ten Cattails Sculptural Fence
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Questions33
blades into the ground like a stake given the proper equipment and the right soil. As a farmer I could replicate this fence. I like the idea. You could probably
with the specific height limitations in New Jersey, but I do know for a fact that this fence was designed to stand 8 ft in height.
additional information about the construction of this fence, please refer to the answers we have provided for other Houzz users' questions about this project.
need more information about the fence's construction, please refer to the answers we have given to other Houzz users questions about this same project.
“cerco de planchuela hecho con acero COR-TEN ,no necesita pintura y no se corroe!!” — Ana Peluffo
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Phillips Garden
Cedar-Isles
Ideabooks5,182
Questions3
Could these be used in the full sun in Texas, very sandy soil, and with very little water?
Dianthus (firewitch or frosty fire). These plants do best in well-drained soil with full sun. This project is in Minneapolis, MN which is zone 4 (usda
well-drained soil with full sun and don't require much water. I suggest calling around to some of your local garden centesr to get more info about the culture
Dianthus (firewitch or frosty fire). These plants do best in well-drained soil with full
What do you like about this photo? Organized plants
“Nice ground cover - Tiffany” — tmccuistion
Sarah Greenman
2 Reviews
Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
Ideabooks2,768
Questions4
consistently and well during the growing season but don’t leave the soil soaking wet. If your soil is poor, you can fertilize lightly during the growing season
the bloom itself. An amazing annual flower that’s a hub for wildlife on dry soil.
you love about gardening? CA: I didn't know I liked gardening until I had space to garden. This place is called Richland for a reason. The soil is amazing
the bloom itself. An amazing annual flower that’s a hub for wildlife on dry soil.Tell us: Do you have any touchy-feely, stinky or talkative plants you’d suggest
I just went crazy and started digging everywhere. I don't know anything about gardening, and I didn't have a plan. I'm learning as I go. If a plant does
“These flowers would be great beside of the patio wall or if we fence beside of left fence in front y” — ltmassey12
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
9 Reviews
Spruce Street Cottage
Ideabooks4,264
Questions4
Improved quality of life, however, is about way more than the money you save. All those home maintenance tasks, like
much rock, sandy soil, clay soil etc. Get to know yours so you can better address your gardening issues.Don't skimp on soil preparation when planning for
your unplanted soil is bare, the quicker weeds will once again stake their claim.Special considerations:Every geographic area has its soil quirks — too much
Improved quality of life, however, is about way more than the money you save. All those home maintenance tasks, like
“pergola” — asiaspar
Blue Ridge Landscaping
7 Reviews
Fall Landscape
Ideabooks5,766
Questions6
5 feet Growing tips: Goldenrod grows well in containers as well as poor soil. Blooms usually begin in summer and last into fall. Divide it every few years
plant them for your fall garden. They’re hardy plants that don’t need great soil; they can handle full sun or light shade; the newer hybrids are shorter and
What do you like about this photo? Hardie Siding - Country Lane Red
plant them for your fall garden. They’re hardy plants that don’t need great soil; they can handle full sun or light shade; the newer hybrids are shorter and
to 5 feetGrowing tips: Goldenrod grows well in containers as well as poor soil. Blooms usually begin in summer and last into fall. Divide it every few years
“The style I want” — pkhaze56
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks120K
Questions12
About how tall is the fencing in this picture?
are old clay bricks found on the property. The bricks were dry laid in the soil.
treated lumber, which was purchased at the Home Depot in Burlington, Ontario about 15 years ago. I just checked and they still carry treated products. Perhaps
Hedges in front of the gates - about 3 feet high
Framed by an arbor and fence, I almost missed the fact that this gate is actually an old door! The bricks beneath are a delightful touch, and it's quite
sure to delight anyone who reaches for the door handle and steps inside.ABOUT YOUWhat have you repurposed at your house? Share your ideas in the Comments
“door used as gate” — jrevans908
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
6 Reviews
HAMPSTEAD APARTMENT No 1
Ideabooks1,170
Questions2
Cymbidiums and Paphiopedilums are terrestrial. They do grow in soil, but it’s a loose soil packed with plenty of other materials. In either case, be sure
s shown here. Mediterranean Hall by LandStudio LandStudio Knowing a bit about how orchids grow in the wild will help you understand what they want in your
some Paphiopedilums can handle the temperature being a little warmer, up to about 27 degrees Celsius. And as long as they’re kept out of the hot, direct sun
“lamp” — melwhited
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
5 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks3,948
Questions0
What Monarch Butterflies Taught Me About Garden Design. monarchs like paths
The site's shallow and sandy soil presented some challenges, but frequent additions of manure and compost increased the soil's water-holding capacity. Lathouris
landscape designers in your area. The same principles for building healthy soil apply to trees and shrubs. Be sure to collect your leaves and clippings to
matter to your pile, letting it decompose and then adding it back to your soil is a way to mimic the decay-growth cycle of nature.
We’ve talked about the best ways to design the garden for native bees, so here’s how to attract
“Landscape design” — cornerstonedesignhomes
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