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Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Hamilton
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red landscape is right at home in California’s Mediterranean climate. Landscape designer Jolee Horne planted the yard with drought-tolerant, sun-loving plants like lavender, sage and olive trees. An original wisteria vine climbs the trellis in the front of the yard.
4. A Tuscan Retreat in Palo AltoLandscape designer: Jolee Horne Landscape DesignThis Tuscan-inspired landscape is right at home in California’s Mediterranean climate. Landscape designer Jolee Horne planted the yard with drought-tolerant, sun-loving plants like lavender, sage and olive trees. An original
“like this ?” — katelyn1018
Robert Young Architects
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s, the first 50 feet from the water has to serve as a natural buffer. The plants found naturally in that area were then incorporated into the landscape design. The vegetation was planted in swaths as it occurs naturally"
"The landscape was designed to look like it wasn't designed," continues Young. Due to environmental regulations, the first 50 feet from the water has to serve as a natural buffer. The plants found naturally in that area were then incorporated into the landscape design. The vegetation
"The landscape was designed to look like it wasn't designed," continues Young. Due to environmental regulations, the first 50 feet from the water has to serve as a natural buffer. The plants found naturally in that area were then incorporated into the landscape design. The vegetation was planted in swaths
“House by lake” — Skippy Ryall
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Spanish Bungalow
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this house in California? i have always admired the style and the design of the houses there. The ground work is absolutely fabulous. the What is the name of the paint for the exterior of the house? How one can accomplish the ground design?
It is absolutely beautiful I also saw very similar design in Dana Point California.
Judging from the plants growing between the pavers, as well as this designer's natural style, I would say these are natural stone pavers. :)
- to my mind this is a bit too formal and would really have to lineup with the added posts, but it does both obscure the fence and not block the landscaping inside.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Fragmented stone slabs laid out in a circular pattern create a courtyard effect even if you don't actually
“Dramatic garden” — jluhern
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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A classic fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
See attached initial sketch Laura Kelly of LandscapeConsultation.com provided.
and dry weather. It's preferable to water more deeply but less often, encouraging your plants' roots to dig down deep into the soil," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Avoid watering directly onto the foliage of your plants, and water earlier in the morning or later in the day to avoid rapid
Northwest. "Now's the time to make sure your irrigation system is in good working order," suggests landscape designer Genevieve Schmidt. "As the days heat up, you'll be relying on it to provide your plants with water just as it's needed. To test, run each system
“Veggie garden” — our78house
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
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Hi there, it's just a white landscape rock found at most large hardware stores. Thanks!
overdesign the landscaping, wanting it to be fairly easy and natural, in keeping with their surroundings. Next summer they plan to replace the overgrown foliage near the fire bowl with a row of Silver Feather grass.Fire bowl: John T. Unger; landscaping (in progress): Kiva Landscaping DesignShow us your
at night and play cards or make s’mores. The couple completed the renovation in the fall of 2012, so the landscaping is still a work in progress. So far, with the help of Kiva Landscaping Design, they have planted blue fescue around the pool and russian sage, blue hostas and a variety of tall grasses
“Firepit” — kunzie
Mihaly Slocombe
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Hill House
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The entry forecourt, with gravel car parking and soft landscaping. Photo by Emma Cross
Hi Nick, as mentioned in my email just sent, the pebble is a Lilydale Toppings, available from most landscape / building supplies stores.
Garden would look good with our design
love the landscape the crushed granite with vegetation close to
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.
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.
Soften the edges. A contemporary country property embraces sharp lines and solid materials, but it’s the soft landscaping that adds warmth and colour to the exterior. Although the native plants require minimal watering, a drip-irrigation system was added to battle summer
“gravel driveway!” — Native Edge Landscape
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
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form contrasts with the straight lines of the design.
Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis. This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large
sculptural quality) whose form contrasts with the straight lines of the design.
Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis. This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large
“grass mass” — Frederick + Frederick Architects
Strata Landscape Architecture
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Reflect
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architecture and landscape design. Mathematical principles such as the golden ratio and the Fibonacci series (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13 …) have been used for centuries as ways to bring beauty and balance to designs.
classical architecture and landscape design. Mathematical principles such as the golden ratio and the Fibonacci series (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13 …) have been used for centuries as ways to bring beauty and balance to designs.
garden relates to the whole — is central to classical architecture and landscape design. Symmetry makes this garden elegant
the color of the pool and the symmetry of the design
2. Balanced proportions. Proportion — how the size of each part of the garden relates to the whole — is central to classical architecture and landscape design. Mathematical principles such as the golden ratio and the Fibonacci series (0, 1, 1,
“Principles. Balance. This is what happens when a rich person has too much time on their hands. "That” — ransomflanders
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