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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
ering shrubs that add great color to the landscape.Large shrubs, 5 feet and higher, should be planted toward the back of the landscape. Shrubs are a great way to hide a boring wall or fence. They are also effective at hiding air-conditioning units and pool equipment from view. Plant lower-growing shrubs
your landscape. Is it looking colorless and boring? March is a great time to add color and interest by planting summer-flowering shrubs and vines.Flowering vines are a great way to dress up an entryway or to add color to a fence. Try growing these pink-blooming vines: Queen's Wreath (Antigonon leptopus)
Arris Stoneworks Inc
the the shrubs planted out front?
Very different levels for garage and main house. Nice landscaping between levels.
like the landscape theme
landscaping is georgeous
shrubs and loreipi...round shrubs...easy care landscape...mounding shrubs...Like landscaping...Shrubs and grasses
Grant and Power Landscaping
large shrubs going up the walkway?
Love the grassy like large shrubbery as pops of interest in landscape - shrubs called Miscanthus.
ground cover and shrubs moving out from sidewalk and sidewalk brick design and color
walk, landscaping, porch railing, siding color
Landscaping, porch, farmhouse
large shrub -- Miscanthus
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Ventana Construction is a full-service professional remodeler and custom home builder. We build custom homes from the ground up as well as large-scale remodels and additions.
Land Plus Associates, Ltd
are the Landscape Architects for this home. You would need to contact the architects of the home. They are T.S. Adams Studio at tsadamsstudio.com.
We are the landscape architects
rounded shrubs are american boxwoods.
rounded shrubs used please??
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
landscaping, shrubs, hoops
Landscape transition wall
Trees and Shrubs...Landscape love!...Great landscaping.
Ballard + Mensua Architecture
Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Oyster Bay Cove
Potential shrubs for base of wall
What do you like about this photo? front bank landscaping
House and landscaping
Back Garden Landscaping ideas
photo? Landscaping!...Barberry shrub...Nice landscaping...Terraced landscape...with the landscape
beds and landscape installations are in constant ebb and flow.
love to landscape it, just need to know how much I should thin it out. Just wondered if there was a general rule of thumb. Thank you!!
tree and shrub expert at the largest garden center in Chicago for over a decade. BTW as you may or may not know, , the Ginkgo is the oldest tree in recorded history and much beloved by Asians, who treasure the stinky fruit it drops because there is a delicious seed inside it. I completely agree with
The different textures of the understudy shrubs