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Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
The entry forecourt, with gravel car parking and soft landscaping. Photo by Emma Cross
Garden would look good with our design
love the landscape the crushed granite with vegetation close to
The landscaped gardens, designed in collaboration with Rush Wright Landscape Architects, is a free-flowing array of mostly native plants, including various species of eucalyptus and acacia.
The landscaping, designed in collaboration with Rush Wright Landscape Architects, is a free-flowing array of mostly native plants, including various species of eucalyptus and acacia.
have many parts, some of which will be unique and particularly delightful, but they are all subservient to the whole,” says Mihaly.“Central to our design intentions for the project was a desire for the house to be a living part of our clients’ daily habits. So instead of automating climate control via
“Siding” — Erin Wilcott
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
insulated, secret garden feel. Perfect idea for the patio bbq area.
formal parterre garden can be modified to fit any design scheme. We love how this example contains many traditional elements but is comfortable for lounging and contains modern touches that fit with the design scheme of the rest of the house.More:Lay of the Landscape: Traditional Garden Design
from inside the house out into the landscape as well. The funny thing is it looks a little bit like a really fancy giant bowling ball that's going to take down the split of the two chairs.
While temperature and sunlight are certainly vital, many first-time gardeners forget about drainage, another important
Give outdoor rooms a boost. In the backyard or on decks, porches and patios, citrus colors are a natural choice. Echoing the vivid hue of the sun and flowers in bloom, yellow and orange add punch, while green blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.
“gravel combined with planting” — lesleygaycampbell
Stephen Cox-Cox Landscape & Garden Design
4 Reviews
Cox Landscape & Garden Design
Stephen Cox-Cox Landscape & Garden Design
Natural looking landscape down to the lake
pond in the distance? lovely gardens, charming path
blur the boundary, mix the garden with the larger landscape
This garden has plantings and a pathway
property lines are; the lines of sight have no boundaries.To see another example of a landscape that blurs the boundaries, check out this new home set within a reclaimed meadow in Maine.
2. Blur the BoundariesThis garden has plantings and a pathway marching right toward the pond, gaining height as they progress. The taller plantings visually bridge the gap between the short lawn grass and the view of the pond, creating a connection for the viewer. It doesn't matter where the property
“Walkway” — yvettebynum1
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Candace Mallette Landscape & Garden Design
Candace Mallette Landscape & Garden Design
Candace Mallette Landscape & Garden Design Save Email In a small backyard in Ottawa, Ontario, a simple seating area is surrounded by a sea of yellow flowering sedum. Two stained-wood Adirondack chairs are topped with red patterned
Beautiful found cover for west garden
that region 30 percent said they are implementing landscape projects to solve water shortage problems. Maybe that’s why one in four homeowners in the West will completely rip out their current landscape and replace it altogether.
Problem SolvingMore than half of homeowners said their landscaping updates will solve problems in their yards, including flooding (41 percent), sun exposure (25 percent) and privacy (23 percent).Many homeowners in drought-stricken regions, like the western U.S., will compensate for a dry winter. In that
“C” — marissarincon
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Mist Garden - 'Heaven'
tree, you are experiencing the designer’s intention. “The tree canopy provides a ceiling to the space, the scent and magnificence of the adjacent eucalyptus the protection, and the peaceful, zen spirit probably lowers your heart rate.” Lenkin Design: Landscape Design Los Angeles
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
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Unfortunately we can't recall...possibly picked up at a garden shop in the UK. They are properly called, "gazing balls" and they come in many finishes and sizes.
Misters for garden area, great way to water plants in early morning hours.
Misters in this garden soften the stone walls that define part of the
“mist” — smithfieldhome
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Woodland Estate
Cox Landscape & Garden Design http://coxlandscape.com landscape | traditional | grand rapids
Beautiful landscape & like the use of rock.
Colums rail and stone plu landscaping
Beautiful landscaping
Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
nice landscape...Patio garden...cottage garden...garden lighting
“Large rocks for steps” — Cooknee Euro Style Cabinets
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along mown paths
You haven't by any chance written a landscape design book?
We're starting from scratch at a lakefront site in the Adirondacks, and almost every photo I tag for inspiration is yours! We're committed to using only natives, but budget requires that we design for ourselves and install in stages. Would
Traditional Landscape by Winchester Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
“Perfect trail” — crrrr
Saucier + Flynn, Ltd.
Mountain Retreat
Alliums, raised garden beds, garden/flower bed layout
not raised beds but rocks in between makes look designed, but maybe not as expensive
I like the fact that the garden doesn't appear so small because the vege meds are at ground height.
Use the blocks from H.D., like on the patio, on their side to make some of the gardens. Then we have a different height/texture working in the courtyard plus its cheaper.
“Allium! Beds.” — mbschubert
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