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In & Out Design
8 Reviews
Backyard Swing in Perennial Garden
The design of the garden and the color scheme are absolutely beautiful.
Side garden in back along fence
landscaping around borders
English Garden with a Bench
Backyard Swing in Perennial Garden
Backyard Swing in Perennial Garden
Per garden...perennial garden...back corner garden...garden colors...Perenial garden...Our garden maybe?...perennial garden
“Flowers” — megankmatthews
Northern VA and Washington D.C. LED Outdoor Lighting Professional
Enlightened Lighting is a full-service design, installation & maintenance company for LED outdoor lighting. We seek to create a stunning exterior lighting design for every customer, every time.
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Rustic Beach Garden
very keen gardener and was keen to create a variety of spaces for plants and intimate areas for sitting within the garden. The heart-shaped layout creates several small usable areas for sitting out in a variety of conditions/seasons etc and creates interesting areas for planting. The garden also spills
Rustic beach garden - large earthen pot
“fence” — dstirbl
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Not the vase. The stone work and top cap
Surprising scale. Oversize items become eye-catchers when placed strategically in the garden. This bright orange garden urn is one of several artful pieces in this garden.
Bring in a splash of color. While this home and its surrounding landscape have many traditional elements, the avant-garde outdoor art collection and furnishings delight and surprise. This sculpture takes the traditional urn form, blows it up to unexpected proportions and draws the eye from all over the
“Steps” — Cathy Dropkin
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
What kind of stone is this? I would love it for our new house.
I worked landscaping for awhile and that looks like a Japanese Maple Tree
I looooooove this house. My husband and I have been looking at small house plans to build for our retirement home. Love the stone.
brick and stone mixed. chimney
pretty roof, and the stone makes all the difference for an L shaped house
Stone cottage, 1 story, still bright inside
“ROOF design” — defabiis
Root Design Company.com
Nice stone raised bed planters but need more planting area, maybe not as thick of walls
rain water tank with raised gutter system outlining garden - Root Design
Like the garden boxes and surrounding fence!!!!!
Water tank as a landscape feature. If ya gotta have one anyway, may as well make it pretty
raised garden beds surrounded by stone
“Wall” — geoffmck
Franciscan Landscape
Aqua Caliente Residental
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design @ linmall: A few I can identify
beautiful dry full sun flower garden
Low water landscapes
Drought tolerant garden
Looks like my garden!
texas drought tolerant garden
Dry Garden Color Galore
Franciscan Landscape
Hillside landscape...love garden...possible garden?...country garden...landscape planter
“Nice color” — anjulashkari
Camille Beehler Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Dorothy Lane
The way the stone looks inside
Bright succulent garden
Stepping stone pea gravel
Colorful low water landscape
inside the landscape
Camille Beehler Landscape Design
Rock garden...succulent garden...Indigenous garden...Differing gardens...stone paver pathway...stone paver walkway...rock landscape...stone pavers
“plants” — jorethavm
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Judging from the plants growing between the pavers, as well as this designer's natural style, I would say these are natural stone pavers. :)
Possible to use large paving stones or zen rock stones to cover the yard? Too risky or not of period?
like flat stone with plants filling in between
Italian Cypress - to my mind this is a bit too formal and would really have to lineup with the added posts, but it does both obscure the fence and not block the landscaping inside.
This landscape designer used Dymondia margaretae, a durable South-African ground cover that does best in USDA Hardiness zones 9-11. "As ground cover, the main thing
something that's going to end up growing super high, so it doesn't cover the pavers," says Drew Sivgall, founder of Southern-California based AMS Landscape Design Studios. "Make sure whatever you use won't grow above four inches, or it's easy to mow down or trim." Next: 6 options to consider
“italian cypress on sides of window” — pmillson
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