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Troy Rhone Garden Design
15 Reviews
Cottage driveway
Ideabooks2,313
Questions2
plant evergreen trees on the west and north sides of the house to cut wind speeds by up to 85%
June Scott Design added this to 8 Reasons to Plant a Great Tree Block
winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind, however, that in cold-winter areas, you may want the warming rays of the afternoon sun on the west side of your home. Plant a west windbreak far enough
winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind, however, that in cold-winter areas, you may want the warming rays of the afternoon sun on the west side of your home. Plant a west windbreak far enough
“Block winter winds” — pierreerasmus
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Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
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Ideabooks5,948
Questions1
What is the small leafed bushy plant opposite the red Japanese maple in the middle left?
Plant identification:
awesome, love the edges, the pond, the plants
like the plants around the waterfall
Plants water and rocks look natural
plants worked "into" the feature nicely here
Plants around the pond
flowers and plants. fountains
waterall and plants...Planting mix
“Contrasting colour plants” — joycetsuroh
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Small Home
Ideabooks4,043
Questions3
I like the plants and fence
Plants on edges all the way through
Love the plants around the concrete
Small yard, paved (stained, patterned concrete?), yet plants against fence backdrop
Simple concrete area, plants bordering
Concret plants and fence
fence and border plants
the plants...planting areas
“Stained Concrete” — thirdspacebuilders
Beauparlant Design inc
6 Reviews
Riverdale Bathroom
Ideabooks2,188
Questions4
Beautiful bathroom. I love the plants, those are the highlight for me.
I like the arrangement of plant, shelves, tub
Using a plant to partially camouflage the tub filler
plants in the bathroom!
kind of plant...Live plant...bathroom plants...The use of plants
“wall tile” — margielynnj
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,790
Questions4
the plants hanging over the retaining wall- what are they? Love shape
I need to break up the top of a hillside retaining wall like you did. What are the plants that are holding that lovely shape- they almost look like a hedge of some
distinct pattern to landscaping with color and size of plants
The draping plants on top of
“Cabin” — bobrfidget
Art in Green
1 Review
Northbridge
Ideabooks10,898
Questions2
The different shades of plants and lights. Very serene
but here we see the interest created using different plants trimmed in similar shapes. One of the benefits of using boxwood alternatives is the difference you get in tone, texture and color by mixing and matching them. Let’s look at some plants we can use as substitutes.
but here we see the interest created using different plants trimmed in similar shapes. One of the benefits of using boxwood alternatives is the difference you get in tone, texture and color by mixing and matching them. Let’s look at some plants we can use as substitutes.
their gardens after dark during the week. If your outdoor space is largely a night garden, then lighting is an essential ingredient, along with scented plants, outdoor heaters or fireplaces and comfy seating. Like paving and other in-built outdoor elements, lighting is best planned before a garden is built
“Not the boxwood (doesn't work here) but the multiple spaces.” — Rob Baker
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
Ideabooks18,969
Questions7
Can you tell me the name of the plants in the background and the tree
built in seating, different materials, colors of plants
Functional design. Functional design is a keystone of Bauhaus design used widely today in garden design. Instead of hardscaping and plant selection being used purely for decorative purposes, features within the garden work for their keep in addition to being visually satisfying.The beauty of this seating
seating area is the careful selection of two materials — concrete and wood — that creates a very simple design, one that is not diluted by the strong planting behind.
“Havuz ust kot kombinasyon” — edemirtas
www.KarlGercens.com
Country Estates
Ideabooks5,021
Questions6
What is the plant lining the path?
Does anyone know the plant that lines the pathway?
falls only on the plantings to conserve water so the native earth needed only a layer of grit added each year to achieve this wonderfully natural pathway. DG path. You could achieve a similar look in a wetter climate by removing the layer of topsoil and adding it to the adjacent planting bed. Layer some
Perfect DG color. Path is fairly direct and linear, but the surrounding plantings are billowy and naturalistic.
will fade to a lighter tan over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios, and can also be used as a topdressing around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3 if you simply need to add to or fill in a small area, or by the cubic yard for
“Plants along path” — jasoncpslo
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