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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
- the ones behind the fence are red twig dogwood and Limelight Hydrangea. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
"Blue Maid" Holly for this project. Thanks for the compliments! I really appreciate it. Good luck with your project. Robert Welsch Westover Landscape Design
Courtyard, shrubs against the house, flowers line the fence, flower beds?
straightforward traditional landscape might not set it off to advantage. On the other hand, a cottage garden, especially in this rather large space, might be too much. The solution: Combine the two. The lawn, the formal paving to the side of the house and the garden beds filled with shrubs reflect a traditional
“gravel/chairs” — lapatita
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
what kind of shrubs are surrounding the patio ?
I am not certain but the landscape architect told me that pea gravel does not work. It was some sort of course crushed stone, nothing fancy, sort of like standard 3/4 crushed aggregate. It held its place well and didnt feel too bad under foot, although I wouldn't have used it for areas
Use of shrubs as a "wall" instead of stonework
I like how it is edged with shrubs rather than railing
“low hedge defining space” — onglencoe
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
smoothness of steps. bushy shrubs, offset arborvitae, structural grass
Gorgeous landscaping
Landscaping, levels, cypress, varying textures
Low maintenance landscaping
What is the spilling shrub?
Plants & shrubs...Planter shrubs...long shrubs
“spikey plants at front” — Fiona Love Harrison
Brighton Beach Estate
The walkway up and the elevated landscaping
Love the lawn going up to a raised landscaped area
Landscape - stones slopped hill
backyard landscaping ideas
Slope shrub arrangements
landscaping on a hillside
Hillside landscaping
backyard landscape hill
landscaping the slope
slope landscape...boulder landscaping...Hillside landscape...Bank landscaping...Slope landscaping...Hill landscaping...Hill landscape...boulder landscape...rock landscape
“Love it” — sonamwangchen
L3 Designs
8 Reviews
On Point
The pot and the miniature shrubs
Like use of pot in landscaping
Pretty stone & landscape
These little shrubs...Shrub around pot...Pot in landscape...Landscape idea...Landscape details
“Gate” — nsensor
Verdance Landscape Design
Classical entryway
Thanks for asking! The "hedge" behind the juniper trees actually is a wall covered in Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila). The large shrub in the back corner is English Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus).
As landscape architects in Illinois I can advise you that neither the fig nor cypress would survive outside in the Midwest. Try Skyrocket Juniper or other juniper
beautiful work !!! I live in Ecuador and Italian Cypress (cupressus sempervirens) has adapted extremely well to our zone, I´m also in last semester of landscape design
White against dark green love upright shrubs
Tiny Towers Italian Cypress spaced between broadleaf shrubs
absorb water, isn't affected by direct sunlight and can stand up to extreme weather conditions. The subtle color palette coordinates nicely with most landscapes.
“Ital cypress” — blake11111
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Maine Retreat
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Landscaping against wall on left - how would something like this look in front of house?
seperation fromdeck to landscape in english style garden
again, it's the idea of hiding an iron fence in landscaping.
Landscaping for backyard
nice landscaping by fence
Landscaping plus deck
landscaping, bench under tree
landscaping idea...Patio Landscape
“All” — streul
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
I love the small trees and shrubs that make this entry way look
temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
ProfessionalsTalk with your landscape maintenance company about switching to an organic plan. The lawn-mowing, weed-removing business is very
your current company is unable to provide organic service, find somebody else. Search for Houzz landscape contractor professionals using phrases like “organic lawn,” “ecolandscaping” and “sustainable landscape maintenance.”
Plant trees. As long as the ground isn’t frozen, it is still a good time to plant trees and shrubs. Prepare the planting hole with ample mulch. Also cover the root ball with mulch, being careful to not bring the mulch right up to the trunk.
“NICE EXAMPLE OF NO LAWN FRONT YARD...........” — barb247
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