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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Secluded Residential Garden Retreat
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Secluded private retreat and gardens with shade structure, fireplace, pool with grass joints and lush azalea plantings.
grass btwn stones, plus fireplace
shade structure...shaded trellis...grass grout
“backyard” — jelp2000
Smalls Landscaping
12 Reviews
Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
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Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
The client’s landscaping was completed using varieties of Sedums, Sempervivums, Euphorbia, Hakonechloa Grasses, Andromeda Blue Ice, and Allium Mountain Garlic to create yet another dimension to the landscaping.
Full Sun To Partial Shade
yellow Hakonechioa grass
Shade Enclosure...Yellow bamboo grass
“yellow Hakonechioa grass” — streamside
Smalls Landscaping
12 Reviews
Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
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Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
The client’s landscaping was completed using varieties of Sedums, Sempervivums, Euphorbia, Hakonechloa Grasses, Andromeda Blue Ice, and Allium Mountain Garlic to create yet another dimension to the landscaping.
Sedums, Sempervivums, Euphorbia, Hakonechloa Grasses, Andromeda Blue Ice, and Allium Mountain Garlic to create yet another dimension to the landscaping.
“Sedums, Sempervivums, Euphorbia, Hakonechloa Grasses, Andromeda Blue Ice, and Allium Mountain Garlic” — jltflrs
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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love the ground cover and rocks in lieu of grass in a small space
Shade plants integrated into patio/passageway
No grass solutions...no grass
“I like the simplicity and use of plants that work in the northwest. I love the look and feel of pea” — rednaxelaennyl7
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
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zone)Water requirement: Moderate to wet soil; adapts to stream banks (as its common name implies) and poor soilsLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 40 to 70 feet tallBenefits and tolerances: Fast-growing, disease-resistant choice for riparian buffers to curb stream erosion and improve
zone)Water requirement: Moderate to wet soil; adapts to stream banks (as its common name implies) and poor soilsLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 40 to 70 feet tallBenefits and tolerances: Fast-growing, disease-resistant choice for riparian buffers to curb stream erosion and improve
“Trees lining the driveway” — coancia
Shades IN Place
54 Reviews
Woven Woods
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Woven Wood Shades add a warm, rich dimension to any room, whether they're hanging flat in the fully lowered position or raised, creating even, overlapping folds. #woven_shades are created from #natural_woods, #reeds, #bamboo and #grasses and will age beautifully in your home - Hunter Douglas
Woven Wood Shades add a warm
bamboo and grasses and will age beautifu
Missouri Botanical Garden
Palm Sedge
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Palm sedge (Carex muskingumensis) is native to all of the Midwest. It gets to about 2 feet tall and wide, preferring sun and medium to moist soil (clay is perfect). It can take some shade and also some standing water. The seed
Height; Color; Variation to the Long-Beaked Sedge; Use in the Rec section as wild grass.
palm sedge, native to midwest, 2 feet tall and wide, prefers sun, can take some shade and some standing water, clay soil is perfect!
soil (clay is perfect) - some shade and also some standing water
Palm sedge (Carex muskingumensis) is native to all of the Midwest. It gets to about 2 feet tall and wide, preferring sun and medium to moist soil (clay is perfect). It can take some shade and also some standing water
“clay is perfect!” — amandagesme
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Front Yard Retreat
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Shades of Green : Front Yard Retreat - Danville, CA: Portfolio This expansive suburban front lawn required a lot of water and maintenance to keep up. We gave it an updated and more sustainable style with Bunny Tail grasses and Kangaroo paws. Sleek new entrance stairs lead to the front door and a walled
walled circular patio under an existing shade tree has become a favorite hang-out place. Random bands of concrete act as an informal path tying the spaces together. Best of all the deer in the neighborhood are not tempted.
Retreat http://www.shadesofgreenla.comShades of Green : Front Yard Retreat - Danville, CA: Portfolio This expansive suburban front lawn required a lot of water and maintenance to keep up. We gave it an updated and more sustainable style with Bunny Tail grasses and Kangaroo paws. Sleek new entrance stairs
“Side corner chairs” — milezproject
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