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J'Nell Bryson Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
An Outdoor Art Collection
Ideabooks2,451
Questions2
where would i look for these round arbors....need 2 for my front garden, thank you!
J'Nell Bryson Landscape Architecture Hi, the groundcover is pachysandra.
if the groundcover is evergreen, the garden looks great in wnter
Garden hoop...ILike so much thi garden...Garden art!...landscape style...Shade Garden hoop tunnel...vertical space in garden. cmn
“ground cover / maybe for sideyard” — mary908
Barnes Walker Ltd - Landscape Architects
4 Reviews
Family Garden
Ideabooks515
Questions1
Barnes Walker Ltd - Landscape Architects
tidy garden...elegant garden...garden deck...garden landscape...beautiful garden...groomed garden...Family Garden...lovely garden...Landscape for front garden...Family garden
“Landscape” — Ashok Agrawal
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
Ideabooks1,240
Questions1
native flower garden concept for farther away from the house.
Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water. Locus Architecture Architects & Designers Rural Vernacular Locus Architecture
type of garden is achievable in clay soil. It would take a lot of work, for example, to turn your clay soil into a tender annual cutting garden without
new type of soil. This is the method that many botanical gardens use to create special show gardens of drought-tolerant plants or wetland plants in areas
Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water.
areas without the correct soil type. The meadow garden pictured here would likely thrive in a clay soil, because it includes a variety of prairie-type plants
meadow - would this be water intensive?...Cottage Garden look for hillside???
“Wild flowers and natural flowers” — debbydeal
Charlotte Rowe Garden Design
Formal structural garden
Ideabooks164
Questions0
The formal structure of the garden
Formal garden...Contemporary garden...Water, topiary...Formal structural garden...garden landscape...garden wall...water feature...Charlotte Rowe Garden Design...paved garden...tiered garden...town garden
“Lovely” — fernanda100
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks5,577
Questions1
Baumhover, installation of all exterior landscaping and hardscape by Rob Hill Landscape architect/contractor - Hill's landscapes inc
Boulders and grasses for retaining and low landscape
Elevation, landscaping for a slope...Beautiful garden...boulders on hill landscape...grasses... drought tolerant garden...RefIning wall with landscaping behind...General garden-driveway, groundhog...Low maintenance landscape
“Texas xeriscape” — Cindy
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,981
Questions2
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
The light stucco or stone exterior with teak entry door, the landscape of trees,border
This style looks nice on the water...spanis mission home and front garden...med landscape...clean simple, landscaping...Love landscaping
“exterior” — please1899
FIRM817
Contemporary
Ideabooks384
Questions0
combination of water, grasses, levels, unpolished steps/walking paths
love this water feature...Water feature...landscaping with grasses...Front landscape...stepped down patio, water feature...Low water landscaping...backyard landscaping...Shady trees and garden space...No lawn garden...Water feature rocks and plants...backyard garden
“Pastos largos” — ginapalominob1
Leslie Rohrer
Entrance Patio
Ideabooks10,747
Questions10
Love your work, this landscape is beautiful, I would like to do a similar layout for my front entrance
craftsman lake house with naturalistic landscaping
but deeper, watering sessions each week will save water and result in a healthier garden.19. Water in the evening or early morning. Watering in the heat
getting out the hose. It saves water, and gives you a workout!18. Water less often, but more deeply. Plants love getting water all the way to their roots —
heat of the day means much of your precious water will be lost to evaporation. Water in the cool evening or early morning instead.
“Love color” — deana5
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