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Schmechtig Landscapes
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Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
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Informal Landscape Garden Design in Winnetka, Illinois incorporates ground cover, shrubs, annuals, perennials, grasses, stepping stones, and landscape rocks to compliment the architectural features of the home.
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
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“3” — chinnathairaja
Sandy Koepke
beverly hills peck -
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Red tipped Aeonium
Succulent garden in colorful pottery
Potted Succulent garden
Garden pots
“macetas” — ammf2584
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Channel Drive project
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within a simple vine trellis and a rich bed of greenery, and it takes on an intimate personality conducive to hours of conversation and relaxation. Tip: If your goal is to create privacy for your dining patio or reading room — or any space where you’ll be seated — a 5-foot-tall hedge or wall is all it
This is a great retaining wall for a garden.
places for plants to grow on; they frequently lack an adequate depth of topsoil for deep root growth. Amend your soil after seeking advice from local garden experts. Provide good drainage behind the wall with porous gravel wrapped in filter fabric, and with weep holes to allow excess water to drain out
root zone. And research native plants that have adapted to similar growing conditions in their evolution.Next: How to Pick the Right Floor for Your Garden Room
“For Andrew's” — quality_home_services
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Double Entry Gates
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Tip:When choosing a gate design, it may be helpful to narrow your options by mirroring a general shape that exists in the background.
garden gate: the light grey pergola makes the gate welcome guests with plants.
Unique style of garden gate
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“Like this style gate.” — pblittersdorf
Meg Padgett
1 Review
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to do this in the Zen Garden
edgingLawn-edging stakes Landscaping fabric and pinsPea gravelBegin by mapping out the pathway. We used the lawn edging, but you could also use a flexible garden hose. We kept the path about 3 feet wide to allow for the landscaping fabric and plenty of travel space. Once you have your desired layout, you can
“Bike path” — stephking47
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
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could u please name the grasses used in upper planter? love the rusty/ red hue on the tips..
Beautiful city garden. Deck material very effective.
central park west garden
Rooftop garden...central park garden...NYC roof garden...nyc rooftop garden...penthouse garden...rooftop garden
“Balcony” — lyttlemove
Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Living Room
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table: http://www.cb2.com/family.aspx?c=114&f=699&fromLocation=search; You can also find great cocktail table and side table options at Jayson Home & Garden: http://www.jaysonhomeandgarden.com/product.php?productid=6371
antique birdcage used this way, or some of the marvelous wire garden art that abounds in gift stores and garden centers. A see-through lamp like this provides great function without taking up too much visual space.
it up and bring in the birds. Bring the spirit of the garden in with fresh spring greens, plenty of potted plants and art or objects with bird motifs. Style note: Your local garden store is a potential secret source for unique decor. Look for garden ornaments with interesting shapes and materials, decorative
“Durer "Young Couple on Horseback" print” — suzanecho
Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts
Stream in a garden landscape
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aspect of landscape design: how to get a waterfall to look real. Again there are a thousand tiny elements contributing to the appearance of this water fall. And again, most people can sense authenticity without being able to express the reason. There is never enough time to explain why, but we will give
important clue. Look how the water rolls. Water is not angular; it wants to roll. Few understand and execute this single aspect. This particular little falls overcomes an even greater challenge. It was not accessible by heavy equipment so it had to be built completely by hand with smaller rocks. It is much
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