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Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Gardens and Planting Design
soil than is found in the ground. The soil in these beds also warms more quickly in the spring, helping seeds to germinate and plants to develop roots faster.
These raised beds allow the homeowner- an avid vegetable gardener- to have ample space for a number of crops in a beautiful space. Raised beds are a great way to grow veggies in the Northwest for a variety of reasons. They drain well because they are elevated and are typically filled with a lighter soil
Hi Richard, sorry I don't have that information. Our carpentry foreman made some adjustments to our original conceptual design and added some details to the planter boxes. I'm not sure exactly how the corners were joined. The little detail / overhang pieces may very well be a faux detail.
“Like the raised garden. Would be nice to herb garden” — coldterror
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Gardens and Planting Design
This peaceful garden setting is the perfect place to gather thoughts or converse with a friend. Water creates a soothing visual and auditory experience. The existing woods provided the perfect natural setting, while bright foliage ties the sitting area together.
Benches, lushness of plantings, ground cover, idea of water
the hillside and the choice of plantings! Beautiful:)
“great image” — benmona
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Gardens and Planting Design
This outdoor sitting area is surrounded by a garden that uses a mix of foliage color and texture to create a relaxing & fun space.
Like the steps and landscape plants
Back garden! Exactly what we want!
Separate garden patio
Gardens and Planting Design
the fire pit design...Ideas for garden...plant design
“in front of house” — gunnerjack
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Gardens and Planting Design
This green serene garden features a casual flagstone path and planting beds that define the space. Cool and relaxing!
large garden to have varous kinds of gazebos. eg up ontop of water othrrs sprawled. note the swing cacoon hidden in the far end
Gardens and Planting Design
mass planting...plant design...potted plants
“painted” — ikamenz
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
What is the yellow flower that you planted?
What is planted inbetween the pavers??
mixed planting (yellow yarrow, kniphofia-red hot poker, dwarf olive bushes?)
Cool use of materials, moss, and the way the garden has grown right around it.
without a garden just don't feel good to me — no matter what material is used. Plant these spaces to create an experience of place. Consider your site first, ask what the site wants and find plants that will work best for your garden. This photo shows a fairly simple palette of robust plants: Red-Hot
on your fall garden. Plot it out on graph paper, create plant lists, remove perennial weeds before tilling the new bed, and add compost or fertilizer to enrich your soil. Step outside the expected and mix up your edible plants like herbs and vegetables, along with your ornamental plants and flowers.
“colour” — lindaclarsen
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Could you tell me what the spikey looking alovera plant is? And also the name og the plant in the middle
Can you use these plants in San Francisco area
The plant with the red flowers originates from Western Australia, its called a 'Kangaroo Paw'.
What plant did you use in between the cement pavers?
what are the names of all plants use for this design? Very beautiful design.
it is Senecio mandraliscae (Kleinia). This succulent gained its popularity in Southern California gardens recent years, because it is drought tolerant & water wise groundcover. Also, Senecio serpens (Blue Chalksticks) is another choice if you are looking for a compact version. I use Senecio a lot in
Simple, clear design in green highlighted
“Water wise garden” — boba821
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
is there a photo of front of house showing foundation plants etc?
These are Clematis paniculata, Autumn Clematis, two years after planting!
These vines are Autumn Clematis, Clematis paniculata. They are planted behind the boxwood hedge because they like shaded roots and trained up the fence with string. Once
Is the sweet autumn clematis planted in pots? I have planted in ground but wasn't sure how well it would do (or how long it could withstand) in a planter vs ground?
Is this vine flowering all summer, or just for a short period of time like the other type of clematis? I love this garden. You did a fantastic job!
AUTUMN Clematis, (paniculata) planted behind the hedge to shade roots and trained up the fence with string. Reach the top take
“Hanging baskets” — snoop14
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
gramineus 'Ogon' or sweet flag. These are young plants and ultimately will mass together here. For a photo of mature plants, see photo 3 under my project Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island. They require quite a bit of moisture and can also be submerged or planted in a boggy area.
feeling of chapel garden ?
plant design and rocks
No plants, just rocks
Bliss Garden Design...Bliss Garden Design...Plants & Rocks...dry creek planting...rock garden...a real rock garden
“Creekbed with larger rocks, cobble” — Kate Bowers Landscape & Garden Design
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