147,359 large boulders Home Design Photos

Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,818
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This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass
This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass
garden on slope,This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass
“Japanese Blood Grass” — mjsolinfla
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks5,585
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Boulder retaining wall, very natural with large and small stones
Is this the "boulder look" you like for retaining wall? We actually like the boulder & stone combo in the picture 2 after this.
Boulders and grasses for retaining and low landscape
When the ground is sloped or on an incline, called a grade change, large boulders can be moved into place to create different levels, or terraces. The
cut back to create a ledge or a flat surface, and boulders are settled in to hold the soil back. Boulders can be mortared together or dry set, stacked or
or nestled without mortar. Many times it's the sheer weight of the boulder that keeps it in place. When creating a retaining wall of any kind, remember to
“Grass for slope” — Clerel Design, LLC
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,544
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An ocean view on the coast with boulders as patio seating. The rocks encircle an outdoor fire pit, and are on flagstone pavers
What was the design idea behind placing the boulder seats in such a way that people would have to sit either with their backs
I think it's also because it is trying to flow with its surrounding. Boulders become part of the water.
Large boulder rocks used as seats…great idea for around our hot tub area!
The large boulders used in this coastal landscape provide abundant seating around the fire
Boulders serve as the ultimate all-weather seating option.
The craggy boulders here double as seating and give a nod to the rocky hillside around. Creeping
but it can also slow the visitor’s gait and establish traffic patterns in large areas of hardscape. People will generally avoid stepping on plants, preferring
“View” — usharringtons
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Sunshine Canyon house
Ideabooks3,145
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stone house on a steep hillside west of Boulder, Colorado Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels and trim, weathering steel
love color combinations for exterior...grey boulders, brick color and color of door (looks like a dark cedar color)
Siting the home within the slope of the lot and placing large boulders and indigenous plantings around the perimeter makes the home appear as if it has
“Boulders on hill...maybe fewer?” — Mary Slocum
Princeton Scapes Inc
1 Review
lake house
Ideabooks27,464
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sloope can this style of boulder wall stabilize?
I love the look of this boulder wall that allows for plantings between the boulders. What is the slope
in some spots and I wonder if we can do this rather than a traditional boulder wall. Thank you!
upon the site - drainage, access, width the slope can run, size of the boulders, type of plants as well as the type of material the ground/ slope consists
More large rocks accenting main entrance?
place boulders. Well-placed boulders can stabilize the grade as well as create microclimates for a variety of plants. By deliberately placing large boulders
water-retentive planting pockets for moisture-loving plants. By placing smaller boulders perpendicular to the top of the bed, you can create well-draining areas
“Tiered garden” — howefabulous
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements
gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this Asian-inspired woodland garden.
gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this Asian-inspired woodland garden.
“Fence” — cobrageech
Banyon Tree Design Studio
9 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks8,715
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Build a rock bank: The most cost-effective retaining wall is a large boulder rock bank. There is less digging, no real engineering and you can create
Use of boulders and different leaf forms.
Build a rock bank: The most cost-effective retaining wall is a large boulder rock bank. There is less digging, no real engineering and you can create a
or hanging/ground covers such as Dichondra argentea ‘Silver Falls’, the boulders will end up being completely covered. Be careful again and ensure the angle
“Rock garden” — William Haughey
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks3,784
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setting boulders at the edge of planters and patios.
large natural stone tiles with boulder integrations looks amazing
“Asian inspired large boulder inserted into rectilinear space. Japanese Maple
A couple of large stones with small tree
Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is
it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its native boulders, whether limestone, honeycomb, moss rock, black basalt or granite.
“An example of setting boulders at the edge of planters and patios.” — Kate Bowers Landscape & Garden Design
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