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Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Chiltern Estate
Ideabooks1,205
Questions0
I want this type of garden in an atrium.
Architecture and stone and gardens
numerous rose gardens
English garden...koi garden
“Home, castle” — spedding
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks1,452
Questions3
secret garden at side of house
Nice place to walk in between the garden.
Garden and fountains
aquatic garden...garden lighting...water garden
“I like this modern rendition of pond....” — Marlibeth Habig
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
Ideabooks468
Questions0
garden nook
beautiful little garden nook
vertical garden...garden art
“nooks” — Rose Gallagher
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Wimberley Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,641
Questions0
B. Jane Gardens
garden patjh
“stone bench” — rosgillesp
Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
Ideabooks744
Questions1
It is an Agave attenuata. Also known as a foxtail agave. They are far and away the most popular agave to use in one's garden in Southern California, but in case you have cold winters I understand they have a lower tolerance for cold weather versus other agaves.
separate areas, large scheme of garden,with continuity
“Olive tree pruning” — jclw
Christian Duvernois Landscape/Gallery
3 Reviews
East Side Penthouse
Ideabooks1,555
Questions0
Christian Duvernois Gardens, Inc. Photo by: Grylion Photography
love the stone work around garden beds and the varied heights
Floor and roof garden light
Roof garden Caballerizas
Roof top green roof garden
menarik sbg roof garden
new york roof garden
Roof garden...Love. For my garden...rooftop garden idea...Garden roof...Cool rooftop garden...terrace garden...rooftop garden...garden lighting
“Wood (IPE?) tiles and use of light” — Gabrielle Fladd
Randle Siddeley Associates
Rural Retreat in Kensington
Ideabooks19
Questions0
can withstand footballs being kicked into it, swordfights, hide-and-seek sessions and everything else that kids can chuck at it is the best bet in a garden that works for all ages. Choose shrubs, ferns and perennials with tough stems, such as lavender, verbena bonariensis and fuchsias, which can take a
“Planting that can withstand footballs being kicked into it, etc” — Joanna Simmons
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Moss Garden
Ideabooks69
Questions0
Photo taken in the garden of Bob Butera and Marilyn Sifford. This moss garden is "in progress", shown after three years. Photo by Jay Sifford
moss into your garden in various ways. The mere act of soil acidification, coupled with proper preparation, will most likely encourage moss to grow on its own. This moss garden was created by this method, supplemented with a bit of transplanting, and is three years old. A moss garden is not for the impatient
an average of five years to firmly establish a moss garden through soil acidification.
Patience is immperiative to growing a moss garden
You can introduce moss into your garden in various ways. The mere act of soil acidification
encourage moss to grow on its own. This moss garden was created by this method, supplemented with a bit of transplanting, and is three years old. A moss garden is not for the impatient. It can take an average of five years to firmly establish a moss garden through soil acidification. Moss may be commercially
“You can introduce moss into your garden in various ways. The mere act of soil acidification, coupled” — margielynnj
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