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Richard Lusk Landscape and Design
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Rear Yard Landscape & Hardscape
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Hi Richard, I am starting a gardening blog and would like to use some of your images - such as this one. May I have permission to use your images and link to your website? Kind regards
Perennial beds. Tile with ground cover.
Raised space in garden with coloured umbrella instead of sail
Side garden entry w/pig gate
pillars as garden entrances
Low level yellow flowers
Grass, concrete, English garden
Garden patio
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Saratoga Jewelbox Custom Home
Ideabooks9,194
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ornamental grasses and trees with perennials
Garden with pond and English flowers
pond and flower garden
Rocks, flowers and waterfall
flower tree and pond
Beautiful garden....garden / pool...Dream garden!...Gorgeous Garden...luscious garden...cottage garden
“The pond” — courtneyec_21
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks947
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wild flowers could flank stone walls
Want this full border look with perennials
Circular garden looking back at the house I like
house, consider small ornamental tree and plant flowers in large periennial groupings. Leave space for annuals for color.
purple flower plant--wisteria?
nice traditional garden well maintained
boarder garden...The flowers...purple flowers...Tall dense flowers
“Like porch” — hollywood913
Verdance Landscape Design
1 Review
Residential
Ideabooks1,309
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What are the green plants on the left and the yellow flowers on the right?
All plants names. Red flower would work.
Lovely combination of flowers. Love the red ones.
the wood of the fence and the flower box
raised garden beds for secret garden
How to use it. Spurge's blue color (far left) is just beautiful in any garden and is a fabulous counterpoint to the masses of green plants in a traditional cottage garden.
“Back planter” — sarahmcgill
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Commonwealth Avenue Garden
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brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale to the space. Rugosa rose, juniper, lilac, peony, iris, perovskia, artemisia, nepeta, heuchera, sedum, and ornamental
A lush rooftop garden overlooking Boston’s historic Back Bay offers stunning views of the Prudential and John Hancock Tower. The character of the site is amplified by the dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone
with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale to the space. Rugosa rose, juniper, lilac, peony, iris, perovskia, artemisia
“lovely” — louisekhabure
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Renovation
Ideabooks1,328
Questions1
Are those swore ferns and are they perennials?
San Francisco Bay Area climates, sword ferns retain their leaves year round and live for many years. But in colder climates they may be considered perennials.
Secret Garden indeed with a variety of plants - shrubs, ground cover and flowers
Suiting area in garden
Secret garden...garden Ideas...garden seating...end of garden?...Nice garden...Depth of the garden...Beautiful Garden...Green garden
“joining two paths” — suzannalily
Leslie Rohrer
Merry Mount
Ideabooks6,922
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what kind of flowers are those pink ones?
How does this garden look when the hydrangeas are not in bloom or even
That is true, they don't have much winter interest. I like to companion them with evergreens. In this garden we used boxwood (shown here), hellebores, holly and hemlocks.
Leslie Rohrer That is true, they don't have much winter interest. I like to companion them with evergreens. In this garden we used boxwood
“Color of house. Not a lot of stairs to enter. Landscaping.” — jeffwongs
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,223
Questions2
the flowers in the small bowl container
All the different types of flowers
Potted flowers let you change themes
Plants are only as healthy as the soil you grow them in, and if you don’t match the plants’ needs to their environment, you’ll never have a thriving garden. Containers allow you to control the soil conditions in a discrete area, affording you the opportunity to grow water-loving plants in dry soil or those
“Fountain in center of garden” — jumpinglikecrazy
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