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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
San Roque Get-a-Way
Ideabooks8,657
Questions5
Love the small ground cover growing between the pavers and the overall organic feel of the yard.
Using small water elements in a dry, sandy garden is both an aesthetic and environmental choice. If your sandy garden is in an arid or coastal climate, there
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Shrink your water elements. In the traditional desert garden, water is used as the precious commodity that it is — in small focal-point fountains or narrow
narrow runnels that carry a trickle of water. For a sandy garden with drought-tolerant plants, I recommend thinking about water elements as small focal
“Fig” — bdonoviel
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks13,217
Questions6
What material is used to enclose the raised garden?
space, then gradually loosen the rows so they begin to blend into the free-growing space beyond. Another idea would be to use a water feature as a bridge between
profile, also works well when paired with the natural landscape. Here, the garden itself has a low profile, allowing the hillside foliage and the view to
to be the stars of the show. In this setting, the boundaries between garden and nature are distinct, but you can also gradually blur the line between the
“mono-planting” — Fog Studio, LLC
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks16,367
Questions8
Could this clumping bamboo grow in Denver, CO?
next week and I worked with a designer who works with the Denver Botanic Gardens and she recommended Sunset Glow Bamboo which can tolerate to -15 degrees
variety of situations in a small garden. Tip: Fargesia bamboo is one of the best clumping bamboo species for the small garden and fares well in a variety
a tropical vibe, add bamboo – since it grows quickly, it will eventually hide the timber fence. And if the garden bed is deep enough to add an additional
variety of situations in a small garden. Tip: Fargesia bamboo is one of the best clumping bamboo species for the small garden and fares well in a variety of
conditions. My favorite variety is the low-maintenance Fargesia robusta, which grows to a maximum height of 14 feet in a temperate climate. It's also the bamboo
growing box in front of fence
“golden goddess bamboo.” — Sierra Crest Landscaping
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
Ideabooks51,295
Questions6
I have a new build with need of starting a garden
choose to eliminate it entirely. Most gardeners find a happy balance between the two and enjoy the benefits of a low-growing, even ground cover that’s soft underfoot
permitting, to determine the outlines of your garden borders. You can easily do this by laying out a garden hose or spraying chalk where the borders of the
Use curved bed lines. While straight bed lines fit well into a formal garden, they can be much too rigid for your go-to space. Indeed, they may hinder
2. Repeat key elements. The use of a key element repeated throughout a garden gives it peaceful continuity. This technique is especially effective when
The garden is in southern Maine
“Jardin exterieure” — Pierre Michel DUBERY
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
Ideabooks1,695
Questions1
Tired of fighting to get the grass to grow in my front yard in this drought state of California. Looking to rock the
cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.
cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.More: 5 Hot
and low-maintenance garden is to simply work with the soil you have. Here you'll learn how to do a simple soil test in your garden and what your soil type
taking a close look at their textures. Many gardens have zones with slightly different soil types. This garden in L’Ametlla de Mar, Spain, has drought-tolerant
nice interesting plants for rock garden...plants better stand out in the garden.
“Blue fescue” — tstorton
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks19,331
Questions3
found that under & near doug firs its always extremely dry and its tough to grow anything besides sword ferns, mahonia etc.
shade garden plants ground covered with river rock nicely planted
be in a garden are more accessible than others, but the ideas translate to different landscapes. Places where one can find repose in the garden can only
lusciousness to rival the most exotic of gardens. Other cold-tolerant leafy plants that suit subtropical gardens include Ajuga, aspidistra, Bergenia, Farfugium
budgets. A few boulders set loose in a circle can add to the joy of the garden as well as any custom fireplace. To enjoy the landscape, one needs to not
Frost-hardy foliage plants This cool woodland garden is planted with frost-hardy plants with eye-catching foliage, such as Rodgersia
“Traumgarten” — Frau Ervin
Bill Mellett Design
Santa Barbara, CA | Landscape Design
Ideabooks2,561
Questions4
I like this garden's path . Would you please tell me what kind material is it and where to get it ? Thank you very much.
Hello, I love your garden! I'm planning a formal landscaped area and considering what to use for our walkways and patio area. Please, what
Also nice. Maybe substitute some with herbs
“beautiful” — puzzler590
Gardens by Gabriel
13 Reviews
South County Succulents
Ideabooks7,646
Questions10
What types of plants are in this garden?
I live in central Louisiana; would a cactus garden be a good idea for this climate?
DRY our AVERAGE RAINFALL IS 12 INCHES PER YEAR( in a good year). Will they grow here?
I grow all of these in Idaho(7)...and, of course, lift the tenders in the winter. They thrive.
Unfortunately not, this garden is about a mile
work!! I live in Phoenix and love succulents. I have a small succulent garden in my backyard underneath two palo verde trees, but am looking to re-do
frost free zone, they would work, as they don't take the cold well. This garden is 2 miles away from the Pacific, where the temps rest in the 70-80's. Many
cactus garden, colours and blue stones
“colors” — mb5041
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