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Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
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mix of flowers as well as low water plants
Lavender planted along these steps welcomes visitors, including butterflies, to the patio. This evergreen shrub does best in warmer climates, as winter
spikes waving in the breeze every summer without any work from you, the gardener.
Planting for a hill...Natural planting and firepit...Garden beauty...Flowers English gardens looking...Debra Campbell Design
“small scale Rumford in a garden” — ae_da_k
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Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,924
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the gardens echo each other with that maroon spikey plant in the front border and again on bottom right of
i really like the way the plants ringing the grass in this photo. i like the density
anywhere in your yard. Make sure to allow enough room for its spread when planting it next to your house, sidewalk or driveway.It's a good choice next to
While designing the home, architect Matthew Thompson gave Enid A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander. "I was instantly amazed. It described all
crab apple (?) and small plantings
“Trees” — Ashley Patel
Robert Leeper Landscapes
11 Reviews
Mid-century Modern Now
Ideabooks1,194
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Even in the arid landscape of Texas, plants can be grown with little water. These drifts of
landscape of Texas, plants can be grown with little water. These drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful gardens, the focus is
landscape of Texas, plants can be grown with little water. These drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful gardens, the focus is
“texture in grasses” — austinlk
Runde's Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Waterfeatures
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ideas for plants for our new garden
steps and plants...planted stairs...Garden steps...outdoor garden steps...The stone with plants around...Stone garden steps...Plants between the rocks
“sedum” — ehh1901
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks14,842
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What is the light bluish/green plant just to the right of the 6th step?
What are the large puffy plants with the soft looking fluffy
Bluish plant to right: Artemisia powels castle
Could see this from Either corner of our garden
Puffy plants...hillside orn grass garden with stairs...Garden walk way...Low water plants...stairs and plants...Garden stairs
“boulder next to steps” — spamloaf
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
Ideabooks3,838
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pool area from the neighboring property. Planting was selected based upon the architectural qualities of the plants and the desire for it to be low-maintenance
What are the tall plants on the right side? Thanks!
what is the name of the round silver/blueish plant?
Tall plants on the right...One type of plant in a section....garden path and plantings idea...Gardens of grasses...PLANTS / GRASS...Like the plants...Tuft plants in large grouping
“short and tall” — Yan Whit
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
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I love the sculpture in your garden. Could you tell me the name of the artist? Thanks
Sculptural element repeated. Design too stiff for my taste.
Interesting flow how it leads through buliding to garden on other side.
Leather like plants, poolhouse idea, privacy
brilliance in your artwork or outdoor room design? More: Windows in the Garden12 Inspiring Garden GatesGreat Plants and Landscaping Ideas
chosen and sited, sculpture can add another layer of experience to the garden of the artist. Notice how this sculpture mimics the lines and color of the
the lounge chairs in a brilliant way.It is my firm belief that no garden is complete without at least one sculptural element.
old oak tree or field of meadow grasses that could inspire a new backyard design? Perhaps you are inspired by the blooms of a classic peony or a more graphic
“black & white elevation” — Ehsan
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
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the front door, the entry path is designed as a series of layers. This promotes privacy as well as encourages garden intrigue. The protruding concrete
the front door, the entry path is designed as a series of layers. This promotes privacy as well as encourages garden intrigue. The protruding concrete
concrete wall blends seamlessly with the walls added by Port.Blueberry bushes planted in front of the lower concrete wall were already producing this past summer
“Layered walls” — kristadbr
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