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Aquascape Inc.
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Water features
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love this lighting up of pot fountain
Fountains and lighting add interest to patio area.
Lights at bottom of vases
Water feature lighting
lighting under fountain
Rocks with pots, gravel
Fountain and lighting
up lighting through stones
stones tables and the lightings
Out in woods with lights
nice use of lighting
Like the lights...Lights on planters...Lights and pools...lights at base...Add lights...Water n lights...The lights...rocks and lighting...Light and water...Light treatment...like lighting...lighting and rocks
“Lights on vases” — carlos909
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Making the Best of a Forgotten Space
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tolerance of light foot traffic. Some of the herbs, such as thyme, will release their fragrance when walked upon. The spring house acts as a terminus for the view at this end of the garden, much like the pool house does at the opposite end.
The ground cover between the flagstones...also the stone façade of the garden building...
in the garden with moss planted between the stones. Would like this look for the English garden off the breakfast nook.
Irregular Stone This irregular flagstone is gracefully set in a nicely planted garden. Stone is a no-brainer to create harmony when it's executed this well.
of the garden with space for dogs.
conditions and light foot traffic, but the thyme releases a fresh scent when stepped upon.Plants seen in this view include Magnolia virginiana, Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’, Hamamelis x intermedia, Hydrangea quercifolia, Alchemilla mollis, Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam', Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’
“Front patio” — Ally Melchreit
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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Garden on Lake Wylie near Charlotte, NC. The front garden was installed Sept 2011 and revisited June 2012. The back garden was installed March 2012 and revisited June 2012.
These are some of the plants we're putting in your front garden.
love the colors and texture of this garden
Jay Sifford Garden Design Hi. No, the lighter is russian sage. The darker purple is salvia nemorosa. I can't remember which cultivar I used here but I like 'Caradonna' the best. It's a very dark purple with extremely
Cloudlike Russian Sage Looking like a cross between lavender and Mexican bush sage, Russian sage combines fragrant grayish leaves with light purple flower spires, and it has a long bloom season. While it will start blooming
“Russian Sage” — cindyrucker
Backyard Buildings
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Greenhouse Sheds
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Solar & Greenhouse Sheds - The Ultimate Project Space Is there anything better than a building that can be used for storage and growing plants? Solar sheds are unique, multi-functional buildings that provide tons of natural light making them ideal for many different uses. Consider this a combination
“Skleník vjggh” — matyas73
Shelley Gardea
Garden pathway in drought tolerant yard
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Garden pathway in drought tolerant yard
type of rocks are in the walkway?
sand - decomposed granite by White Sage Gardening
I like the rock here and also a good example of paths
white sage gardening the edging between the decomposed granite and the stones is a recycled plastic
between the garden and the path. What appears to be sand is called DG (short for decomposed granite); it compacts over time. The material appears natural, like the desert Call loves.
“color” — sidanna
Noel Cross+Architects
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Earthy Modern
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natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed low e high performance windows and doors Design Team: Noel Cross+Architects - Architect Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture Joanie Wick – Interior Design Vita Pehar - Lighting Design Conrado
grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through
“grass” — boydie3440
Diamondscape, Inc.
Bamboo Muhly Grass
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Peterson Garden Design added this to 8 Spectacular Grasses to Energize a Fall Garden Bamboo Muhly(Muhlenbergia dumosa)This is an excellent choice for gardeners wanting a grass with a fine texture and lacy foliage. Its fluffy texture and arching form make for a soft background plant in xeriscape gardens
choice for gardeners wanting a grass with a fine texture and lacy foliage. Its fluffy texture and arching form make for a soft background plant in xeriscape gardens. Planted in sweeps or displayed in large containers, bamboo muhly gives an Asian look to gardens without "real" bamboo. USDA zones: 7 to 10
xeriscape gardens. Planted in sweeps or displayed in large containers, bamboo muhly gives an Asian look to gardens without "real" bamboo. USDA zones: 7 to 10 Water requirement: Low, once established Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 3 to 6 feet tall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring;
“xeriscape” — analilliah
Jay Sifford Garden Design
6 Reviews
BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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Garden on Lake Wylie near Charlotte, NC. The front garden was installed Sept 2011 and revisited June 2012. The back garden was installed March 2012 and revisited June 2012.
i need to plant my russian sage with rocks; love the look.
into the garden. Leaves are soft and grayish-green, and emit a subtle, sage-like aroma. Russian sage's garden interest persists well past its blooms have faded. Attractive seed heads remain on the stems past the first frost, creating visual delight in stark winter gardens. The unique upright structure
back in garden -here, closer to rock
Russian sage is most notably lauded for its flowers and ability to thrive where little else can grow. Small purple flowers bloom from summer into fall, drawing butterflies and hummingbirds into the garden. Leaves are soft and g
“Russian Sage” — tizod03
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