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Structure Home
2 Reviews
VISION House Los Angeles
Ideabooks2,741
Questions5
What are the plants on the ground called ?
people that contributed to the plants of this home. You may want to ask the Landscape Architect of this project: MJN Landscape Design Studio or I know we
Monrovia Growers, Green Rock and Juicy Leaf for this project's plants and landscaping. Additionally, there is a lot of information about this home on
“balcony ceiling” — alvanhaw
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Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
Ideabooks7,617
Questions2
walkways and gardens between bunkie and cottage
japanese style cottage and fabulous landscaping
Path and landscaping to structure. Light colored stone.
"We fill our gardens with dense plantings, they spread out a flat expanse of grass."Tanizaki sums up the contrast between East and West as being satisfied
surroundings versus the determination to improve one's lot, respectively. This garden in San Francisco illustrates the cultural cross-fertilization that has happened
NICE Landscaping,LOVE to DO in our Yard
“tea house” — erwhitman
CAROLE MEYER
1 Review
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
Ideabooks7,144
Questions5
would you please tell me what kind of plant is in the front clay pot?
Cypress. It is planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian Cypress planted in the ground
they call Tiny Towers that are more compact and do not get as big. I had planted those in my pots, but they did not do well. I am not sure if I gave them
paver decking. also like the potted plants
entire garden and picture on wall
“painting wall par finish vaaste” — arvamohyuddin
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Suhr-Brown
Ideabooks6,244
Questions6
What type of trees are in this garden ?.Yellow, red and autum color ones
concrete with exposed aggregate at that point, but I'd check with your local landscape installers/suppliers to learn about the hardscape options for your cli
Everything...especially the flow and choice of plantings.
Japanese sedge grass (Carex morrowii 'Aureo-variegata', hardy to -20°F) are planted at intervals along both sides of the path while low-growing shrubs, including
“Gravel & Flagstone” — hburns4151
Susana Merenfeld de Weisleder
1 Review
Architec's house
Ideabooks2,571
Questions3
What plants did they get to grow under the tree?
check the leaves at this site: .... Wax Myrtle, imo, is a much better landscape choice for the yard than Ficus. Birds and squirrels are very fond of the
I believe that the dark green "hairy" looking plants under the closer tree are mondograss or "monkey" grass.
Shade, dwarf schleflera, mondo, boundary plant
plants softening the look of the low wall
Great little patio dining area set amongst the large landscaping.
planting at the base of the tree
“Yard” — jkolek85
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
Ideabooks6,920
Questions5
was a backyard not a rooftop. With Artificial truf, warm wood colors and plants that soften the walls that surround you it looks as if this rooftop retreat
What large-growing trees do you recommend for container rooftop garden
Astro turf looks great against real plants
This looks likea 'real' garden - very natural full of nature
regular resealing this finish requires.More: 6 Ways to Help Your Dog and Landscape Play Nicely Together
“two plank, with bench” — hcorbin
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
Ideabooks4,085
Questions2
Sorry, we are the landscape architects, not the architects on this project. Swatt Miers Architects
If planting grasses, place them in geometrical shapes.
height of this home determines the depth of the landscape in front of it. The home's scale and the garden's scale feel related. The eye moves comfortably
height of this home determines the depth of the landscape in front of it. The home's scale and the garden's scale feel related. The eye moves comfortably
“Palette” — daffdaff
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
24 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
Ideabooks2,840
Questions2
This flagstone walk transitions to the side garden. David Morello
Oh dear me! We made this garden in 2002 and we used many trees. I believe this is a white bud or cercis canadensis alba.
tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic.Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and
“Mondo grows in shade. But won't take foot traffic. Path ideal.” — lolita58
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