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Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
Ideabooks18,971
Questions6
Such a beautiful combination of plants in this garden, Would you please identify the tallest shrub on the left, closest to the
eye toward focal points. Notice that the entire path is narrowing your focus forward and down the path.Plant: Evergreens. Rain is great for new plants
houses blessed with a wider side alleyway, there is more scope to create a garden with uses more than just decorative. But they can still have the same problems
Spot for a top chef. There are so many good things to say about this side garden design, but the most important one is, "Please invite me over for a meal
yards, including an outdoor lounge, a dining area, a party zone, an edible garden, a sporty space and a foyer.Full story: 8 New Uses for Your Side Yard
“El sillón” — Ana Maria Aldana
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Hillside Farmhouse
Ideabooks3,318
Questions2
separate the site into a public, arrival side to the North and a private, garden side to the South. The house becomes the long wall, one room wide, that
opposite side, under a parade of dormers, the Dining Room saddle-bags into the garden, providing views to the South and East. Its generous overhang keeps out
Open the door then step outside....perfection! Welcome HOME!
like how this path could take you directly to the back yard, so
I like the way falgstone is supported on step. Cleaner look than exposed brick
wide, low steps are good for John...Do we box our front step area?
“Tile on front entrance” — michaelarobb
Liz Prater Design Home
1 Review
Ozone Extension/Renovation
Ideabooks762
Questions1
green grass/plants between stepping long paves and mirrored panels of either side of door.
trees in grass with minimal garden beds. white pot
struggle in your life, so remove any overgrown trees that may be blocking the path outside, as well as keeping the space inside the front door clear of any
STEP 1: Write a wish list The first thing you should do is sit down and write
Like the Wide Stepping Pavement Stones
“large pavers” — kerryncornelissen
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks1,046
Questions1
create small, interesting garden areas! I'm definitely going to try this.
Gorgeous shore flower garden. Love the manageable size
the garden...hearty, colorful path...stacked stone planter...Stacked stone...island possible rose garden...stacked stone border...Stones, pavers,...Stacked stone edging...Stone garden...stone walk
“Front yard natural area edging” — odendaze
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
Formal Residential Estate & Garden
Ideabooks3,129
Questions4
residence is located in Highland Park, Texas features intensely manicured gardens, a cobblestone driveway, private motor court and a grand entry gate.
Stairs to entry. Love the color of stone and the stone layout. This is my favorite exterior pic.
add stone to sides and garage...Stone on corners...Front Garden...I like the stone...Hedge garden...cascading steps, wrought iron bannister...stone design...Formal Residential Estate & Garden
“length of boxwood in front walk” — rlitchford
Liquidscapes
17 Reviews
Rugged Retreat
Ideabooks3,066
Questions0
Stone stairs under half an arch
Stone face wall for Carvi garden
garden steps...secret paths...The secret path leading up
“Cool man room entrance.” — karensbrady
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Garden
Ideabooks1,719
Questions5
If you didnt get an answer I have seen similar things done with garden mesh
bounded vegeatation path for edges of grass area
steps on slope...tiered garden...Sloping garden...Hill above stone...Wooden garden border...Vertical garden...Entry Garden
“Bank” — stephtelemaque
www.KarlGercens.com
Historic Infuences
Ideabooks8,659
Questions8
Are there any more photos of this pool, garden or house?
The horizontal markings of the stone tooling is evident on the surface of the pool stone cap as well as its side. Stone pool coming can't be matched while
also look at Alan Titchmarsh 17/18th century garden series on You Tube you will love it and the ideas of people and what they
Hard to judge color in this picture. Don't want stone set in rows Should be random set.
Weathered, coved borders create a stately, storied feel that falls in step with the lush gardens and grass-pocked brick walkway.Browse thousands of pool design
Love this garden and pathway and hedges
“old pool” — Andrea Alviar-Nunn
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