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Holladay
Ideabooks5,960
Questions5
zoning of the rose garden by the boxwood hedge
A rose garden thrives next to this lovely patio
The box woods frame the rose garden and add green
Shrubs and evergreens. Shrubs, trees and evergreens provide structure in the garden, so that there is something to look at during the cooler months, when flowers
rose garden with box wood border...rose garden with green foliage behind.
“Everything” — alice1973
Exteriors By Chad Robert
9 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks3,272
Questions5
Exteriors By Chad RobertSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The designer of this garden employed the concept of asymmetrical balance so that it can hold its own
The designer of this garden employed the concept of asymmetrical balance so that it can hold its own
Drought-Tolerant PalmsThere are many drought-tolerant palms to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert and do poorly in
The designer of this garden employed the concept of asymmetrical balance so that it can hold its own
“Summer Picnic” — twilghtzone
California Waterscapes
1 Review
California Waterscapes - Waterfall Gallery
Ideabooks4,329
Questions1
Gradual water fall incorporated into garden
Garden idea...garden area...Beautiful garden
“Outdoor stream” — veggie777
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks14,094
Questions3
year profusely, as shown in my ideabooks: "A colourful garden all year round" or " A blue garden" Hope this will help.
back that much that they'd be as big as they are! Thanks so much...your gardens are absolutely stunning!
them that low. As for your lace caps hydrangeas. I have many of them in my garden, and I learned,by experience, that they don't like at all to be cut back
The hydrangeas make it like your own Secret Garden hidden hideaway!
Want this garden my favourite plants ever
“Hydrangeas” — Catrice Freeman
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
Ideabooks2,797
Questions3
roof garden...garden roof...roof garden!...roof garden - heartworks...Garden on roof...Rooftop garden
“roof garden” — danieladutras
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
Ideabooks3,025
Questions4
as blue fescue. Try pairing various purples with blues in the nursery or garden center before buying to find the best combination.
consider:2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job?If you're looking for a garden focal point or a screen, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8
Think “Right tree, right place.” When siting a tree in your garden, survey for overhead and underground utilities that can be problematic during
“Color & variation” — sandy925
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
Ideabooks3,365
Questions0
Lovely structure for the garden, very natural
of damaging nearby plants while the garden is dormant.
We also would love to see how the snow looks in your garden this year, so please share those photos
Wooden structures and deciduous trees are wonderful additions to the winter garden simply for the way the snow coats each branch, like a little vanilla frosting
Make repairs to the hardscape elements of your garden, such as arbors, fences and gates. Access to these structures may be easier
“Snow on arbor” — Pamela Ellen
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Pasadena Showcase House 2013
Ideabooks2,010
Questions2
Summit Furniture, Family Ayala Upholstry, Cleveland Art, Mystic Water Gardens, Ggem Design Co.
Hi Jane, Check out MYSTIC WATER GARDENS- they have all the info for those fantastic lights! Good luck.
Garden room...Secret garden...Great Garden inspired room....Fairy garden
“1720 patio” — 210671st
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