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Coop 15 Architecture
water feature...Water feature...nice garden!
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From inside... Way too much water though.
water way around garden
Rocks with water outside the
Water fall multiple...Water feature...Water Feature
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
A recently completed country French estate in Dallas, Texas. This home features expansive gardens, stone walls, antique limestone paving, a raised pool, a putting green, fire pit and lush gardens with relaxing shade and blooming shrubs
Is this cast stone around the pool ? If so, does it wear well around pool and water ?
Our pool idea--mexican style partial above/below ground. With surrounding wall at sitting height from the ground. Consistent water depth ( around 4' ). Of course fitted with removable volleyball, basketball mounts.
The Design Build Company
Rancho Santa Fe, Pool, Bluestone, Estate Driveway, Pool house
actor . The outdoor pool pavilion designed by Friehauf architects. This is a 7 acre estate with equestrian area, stone walls terracing and cottage garden traditional landscaping
gully to carry the water to the back slope.
Gutter for water drain and curved driveway
Driveway with storm water channel
water drainage...stone water drain
William Duff Architects, Inc.
Pool and Guest House
What is material in water wall? Also how is it lighted?
The water/light feature
Garden house...water feature...water wall...Water fall...garden wall
Webber + Studio, Architects
Fountain at one end as water feature
Water feature for the garden
Water treatment in side /back
Saujana garden patio idea
Cool water feature...water feature...water feature
Chris Barrett Design
Palos Verdes Residence
I got that one at Inner Gardens in Culver City
bleaching, browning or discoloration of leaves. •Temperature: Prefers indoor temperatures between 60 and 85 degrees. •Water: Water moderately and allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Overwatering can cause root rot. Browning on the edges of the leaves is very likely a sign of overwatering. Drooping
Drooping or yellow leaves that begin falling are very likely a sign of underwatering. Use room-temperature water, and if you want to be especially careful, use water that has been sitting for at least 24 hours, which allows for chlorine evaporation. •Soil: General-purpose soil that is rich in organic
organic matter and has good drainage. •Feeding: Fertilize monthly or as often as every two weeks with a water-soluble fertilizer during the spring and summer, if desired. Other Considerations •Size: The fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 12 feet high and 6 feet wide; therefore at some point you may need to prune