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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks14,878
Questions8
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
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks3,395
Questions3
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
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks2,257
Questions1
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
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Herb Garden Planter
Ideabooks166
Questions0
Created for two well-known restauranteurs and entertainers, this modern landscape was designed to provide a proper atmosphere into the late night hours. Special features include a lighted wine bottle garden, a large herb garden, chaise lounges and umbrellas, and a modern pool and deck.
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
Mature size: 2 to 4 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide contemporary landscape by Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design Add to ideabook by Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design by Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design Spearmint Botanical name: Mentha spicata USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water
Asian Herb Garden Lemongrass Botanical name: Cymbopogon citratus USDA zones: 10 to 11 Water requirement: Medium moisture; we
“mint” — marykaykimmel
Waterfalls Fountains & Gardens
7 Reviews
Garden Waterfalls
Ideabooks4,578
Questions1
Waterfall, backyard landscape and garden design with pool, pergola, patios, terraces and plantings. In Connecticut, by Matthew Giampietro of Waterfalls, Fountains & Gardens Inc.
Waterfall, backyard landscape and garden design with pool, pergola, patios, terraces and plantings. In
I could live in this garden! Beautiful :)
exactly what I want in back garden, smaller scale maybe
“Water feature” — prestigeteamconstruction
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks11,326
Questions6
Does anybody know the type of tree in this landscape. Thanks.
homeowners develop gardens along the front of a residence is all of the plant material is placed inside the walkway. Most people will not even notice the plantings. When you pull the planting bed to the outside of the walkway as well, then your guests begin to walk "through" the garden instead of along
eyes. I would probably add a small circle of flowers around the lamp's base as I think it would tie it all together nicely. All and all, I love the landscaping, not to mention the beautiful house.
expand our garden and move the walkway out
rock and wood posts for the patio - like the design for pergola base.
“Like the stone” — bganeshb
J. Grant Design Studio
1 Review
Olive Mill
Ideabooks7,192
Questions1
my ideas for landscape with the oak tree. Lovely, right?
Can I have a humble house like this with a lovely landscaped garden?????
Really like plants and think bed design would work around driveway bed.
Love the natural look to the landscape.
J Grant design studio of Santa Barbara -- HOUSE ON oLIVE mILL
Studio home design 11
J. Grant Design Studio
Garden design...Garden op...my landscape...layout of landscape...garden & flowers
“Shade” — oeaton
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks845
Questions1
Substrate. Every garden has a floor. The philosopher generally prefers a substrate that is simple, uniform and mo
Again, round objects in the garden
European gardeners have been inviting the sphere into their traditional garden spaces for several hundred
memorable. In this garden the three spheres are balanced by a sculptural triptych of Alaskan cedars (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, zones 5 to 8).
Expand your horizons. Sometimes the eye remains too focused on the hardscape and needs help to see the big picture. The designer of this garden used bluestone
Substrate. Every garden has a floor. The philosopher generally prefers a substrate that is simple, uniform and monochromatic, one that will show off plants and objects to their best advantage. Gravel, crushed stone and sand are popular choices. If the garden shown here had turf rather than
“Like” — candacebraaten
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