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Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks4,252
Questions4
species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
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the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
Byrnes Residence - Phoenix, AZ
Ideabooks3,106
Questions7
floors are integral color concrete with a topical sealer. They are no more slippy than the average stone tile. The work was done by The Construction Zone. Thanks,
PROReport the construction zone, ltd. The floor is integral color concrete - Davis color #5237 Sandstone. There is no special aggregates or polishing just good quality trowel work
the construction zone, ltd. The floor is integral color concrete - Davis color #5237 Sandstone. There is no special aggregates or polishing just good quality trowel work
“Split faces tile...at fireplace or accent wall” — nssq
John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Ideabooks2,021
Questions1
Botanical name: Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ Common name: Roger’s California Grape USDA zones: 7 to 10; frost hardy (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Sun requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Spreads up to 30 feet; vigorous grower Benefits and
Botanical name: Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’Common name: Roger’s California GrapeUSDA zones: 7 to 10; frost hardy (find your zone)Water requirement: LowSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Spreads up to 30 feet; vigorous growerBenefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant; provides shelter to wildlife;
“Love the autumn red of Roger’s California Grape, and it will be winter hardy at my house.” — Sylvia Percy
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,117
Questions4
Botanical name: Pennisetum setaceum Common names: Purple fountain grass, rose fountain grass USDA zones: Perennial in 8b-11, annual in all other zones. Find your zone. Water requirement: Average water needs; drought tolerant once established Light requirement: Full sun to light shade
Botanical name: Pennisetum setaceumCommon names: Purple fountain grass, rose fountain grassUSDA zones: Perennial in 8b-11, annual in all other zones. Find your zone.Water requirement: Average water needs; drought tolerant once establishedLight requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: Up to 48
“The tall grasses look relaxing” — Chateau
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
Ideabooks5,490
Questions3
Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award 2010 - AIA San Antonio Merit Award Architecture: Lake/Flato Architects Contractor: the construction zone, ltd. Photography: Bill Timmerman
- Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award 2010 - AIA San Antonio Merit Award Architecture: Lake/Flato Architects Contractor: the construction zone, ltd. Photography: Bill Timmerman
Coffee Table - Construction Zone LTD Floating Table
“Table” — treetopsnanoose
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
Ideabooks117
Questions0
search for a specific native plant’s range via BONAP, http://www.bonap.org/. It’s key to remember that if you live in zone 6 Massachusetts you shouldn’t be planting a native from zone 6 Oregon because it’s almost certainly not native to you, and almost certainly not adapted to regional or local humidity
Use local native plants. Climate zones give you a much better idea of your region and what plants will work. The most bang for your buck comes from growing regionally adapted natives that know your climate and soil. Another place to look is the EPA’s ecoregion map
Pollinator Partnership, or search for a specific native plant’s range via BONAP. It’s key to remember that if you live in zone 6 Massachusetts you shouldn’t be planting a native from zone 6 Oregon because it’s almost certainly not native to you, and almost certainly not adapted to regional or local humidity
“front yard” — jceluch
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks7,588
Questions8
Fun zone. Sometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use
10. Fun zoneSometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use
Fun zoneSometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use when
“Ottoman chairs” — indianna1
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,651
Questions3
trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
PERFECT FOR BACK WALL. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
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