562 how to build a dry creek bed Home Design Photos

MESA Landscape Architects, Inc
MESA Landscape Architects
more elaborate stream beds and falls and outcrops as it flows through backyard which has about 25' of drop.
This was a 70's ranch style and we changed the front porch by extending the covered bridge 90 degrees from existing porch. They have significant drainage issues and the dry stream is to allow
ground cover in bed around patio?
plantings between pool deck and dry creek bed
I like how there's a lot of the natural rock in the landscape. It's all very "natural" looking.
Like the dry creek going under porch
stone walkway. Like how the main part of porch extends out past the gable roof and resulting roof line to add dimension. Like how the walkway extends beyond the covered porch to bench by the tree too.
“woodsy, lots of rocks” — karenguilak
Lisa Wilcox Deyo Landscape Architecture
Lisa Wilcox Deyo Landscape Architecture
dry creek bed for our sloped backyard issues
Another dry creek. Need bigger rocks
Dry stream bed concept for bottom
I like the bigger rocks and how the swale is somewhat hidden by the vegetation.
There is my dry creek bed!! If only someone would do it for me.
dry creek bed. soloman's seal would work better in shade.
“rock drainage” — Wendy Graziani
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
7 Reviews
below the rocks in the creek to ensure that no weeds will grow in?
Is this a creek bed that has been manipulated
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We are building a house and we need ideas do you have any ideas
Tell rick to build me a creek. And aspen trees
I don't like dry creek beds.
dry creek is dug to look natural
“narrow dry river bed” — Cody Quinn
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Pacifica Landscape Works Inc.
3 Reviews
West Coast Resort
A realistic dry creek bed takes into account how water naturally moves. Notice the array of sizes and shapes
Dry creek for rainwater management. Off our roof
Wonderful waterfall into dry river bed. Simple, interesting
How expensive is running water can the tank take it?
Become acquainted with how water moves. The first step in designing a functional and aesthetically pleasing dry creek bed is to study natural water features in addition to well-designed water gardens. Perhaps you are fortunate enough to live near mountains or a river. Arrange a day trip, equipped with
with a camera, sketch pad and notebook. Take note of how water moves: how it takes the path of least resistance, how it pools and scurries around boulders, and how it pushes branches and small rocks, creating ever-changing formations as it rushes down.
“plants” — jilldavid
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
S-shaped river rock dry stream bed, variety of color
japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry can be invasive in some areas. Notice how the mounding shrubs in this photo mimic the shape of the boulders, creating structural interest.
Dry Creek Bed for geothermal outlet on beach
be invasive in some areas. Notice how the mounding shrubs in this photo mimic the shape of the boulders, creating structural interest.
Dry creek bed plants - SUN
This is an example of creek beds for sunny areas - consider ground covers
If your creek bed lies in a sunny area, consider ground covers such as sedum (Sedum spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses such as switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), or low mounding shrubs such as barberry (Berberis cvs, zones
“rocks in hillside” — gardendreams2014
Island Waterscape & Design Ltd
1 Review
empty space? Suggestions on hallway. Do u think I need window treatment? What color sofa? How can I attach pictures?
Really fancy bedset for full bed
dry river bed from down spout.
build dry creek bed for down spout
like the idea of this, but in a dry creekbed
I need a creek like this.
The larger rock placement as the creek takes a turn
wildlife into the garden, too, from frogs and toads to dragonflies. If you have young kids, make sure the pond is covered for safety. Alternatively, build a shallow stream-style water feature, like this one, that will give children the chance to play and paddle with minimal risk.
Notice the array of sizes and shapes of rocks found along a stream. Take note of which plants grow nearby: their size, shape, color and texture. Record how and at what angle water lodges driftwood along its course.You are now armed with the information you need to begin your design. Let’s get started.
“Water” — zfarrell22
JKT Associates, Inc.
Sonoma Back Yard Renovation
I love how rustic it looks with the rocks
large rocks sporatically bordering creek of smaller rocks
dried river bed effect next to other well defined areas.
could do a dry creek bed with a small pond at the basin
Lavender along creek bed.
dry stream bed...Dry Creek...Dry creek, salvia...Dry creek bed...dry river bed...dry creek
“large rocks sporatically bordering creek of smaller rocks” — Melissa Roach
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
dry stream bed directs drainage during rainy season
dry stream bed directs drainage during rainy season
How did you connect the stream bed under the path and prevent path erosion? I'm planning a similar project.
How to solve the drainage problem
For our "dry stream bed" front yard
i like the way this looks like the path is a bridge over the creek
the boulders could be made to create the effect of a dried creek bed if you haven't got one
dry stream bed drains water during rainy season
"stones" in the path are recycled concrete. The boulders not only add a natural look to the space that plays off the concrete, but they also line a dry creek bed that provides drainage for runoff. The soft plant palette is drought tolerant, with pops of purple to draw the eye toward the house. Planting note:
“dry bed nice plants” — suespitler
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