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Living Earth Landscapes
Clyde Hill Home
Ideabooks5,878
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high and dry while hearing the pitter-pat of a light rain cleansing the garden. It’ll take more than a leafy tree or vine to accomplish that. On the street we carry an umbrella, and the same approach can be employed in the garden. That's the flip side of any shade structure: It not only shelters from
“Landscaping around patio.” — julieoreillyimhoff
pulltab design
East Village Roof Garden
Ideabooks5,120
Questions1
You can look into the city while sitting on the cute little bench. You can also plant a beautiful garden to add to the scenery.
Roof Garden+CorTen+Water Feature
East Village Roof Garden
Porch garden...Roof garden...I love the garden...Roof garden 2...Metal water garden...water garden
“Banca” — Maria de la Torre
VITA Planning and Landscape Architecture
Hawaii Pavillion House
Ideabooks5,186
Questions2
love conceptually the idea of a shaded path leading through a lush, tropical garden, preferably opening up into some type of indecipherable space with statuary and water.
This garden features a modified yatsuhashi pattern to add invaluable interest to an allée of palms. The offset tiles are interplanted with a low ground cover in an effort to slow the garden visitor so that he or she will notice the majestic impact of this design. In addition, the path leads the eye onward
“palms” — derekvaughn
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks16,111
Questions3
The arbor was already owned by the homeowner but you can probably find a similar one at your local home and garden store.
Screened and covered porches also help to blur the boundaries between outdoors and in.Inspired addition: Don't forget about landscaping. A prim, manicured garden would feel uncomfortably rigid with this style. Keep plantings loose and lush, as if unplanned and rooted by happenstance. Or go one step further and
“columpio medio del jardín” — angella94
Garden Arts
Modern Family Garden
Ideabooks1,421
Questions3
The mixing of geometric and bush gardening
create more shaped garden at back of yard
Bench 4 back if garden
Modern Family Garden
Nice garden...in the garden....Garden Arts
“Bench 4 back if garden” — carolmol
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
Ideabooks3,529
Questions5
Another way to build garden boxes
Love for Metal Most metal garden furniture is finished with
contemporary design and raised stone garden beds
expect tropical beauties, a collection of succulents or plants with a strong architectural look to fill in the raised beds in this contemporary poolside garden, but vegetables hold their own surprisingly well in this modern setting.
Love for MetalMost metal garden furniture is finished with a protective coating that makes it impervious to the elements … but that finish will eventually wear away.Inspect your metal
“Canopies over large windows external sunshading on clerestory” — Patz Sim
New Eco Landscapes
6 Reviews
Modern in Bed-Stuy
Ideabooks21,127
Questions5
Does anyone know the name and type of pavers used? Looking to do this in my urban japanese garden
Hey Moonlight, The garden is a typical Brooklyn brownstone yard. Approx 18' W x 50' D
La planta para el Roof garden
Downtown walled Patio garden area
bench and raised garden
Back garden...City garden...Garden envy!!...courtyard garden...for garden...Garden 2...Small gardens
“Beautiful small yard” — amreiher
Gates & Croft Horticultural Design
4 Reviews
Jane C. Gates
Ideabooks4,223
Questions4
i like the layout of the garden. It givessme a few ideas
reflection of the landscape beyond. This garden has an almost cottage look, with masses of grasses and perennials. The wagon wheels add an intriguing western touch and some vertical height to the space. Even the stepping-stone path could be found in an English cottage garden.Design tip: Look for grasses and
“The outdoor western look. The wheels from the wagon, I want to see wagons also and the greenry.” — Kathy Battle
I like your garden. What gravel & tree did you use?
1960s colonial -- landscaping blank slate! help, please.
We recently moved into a 1960s colonial outside NYC. The landscaping was neglected for 15 years, so we just tore it all - and I mean all - out. So now...
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