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Gregory Davis & Associates
10 Reviews
Lawn Alternative
Landscape Design by Gregory Davis & Associates, www.gdalandscape.com Abran Photography
Of course poured color concrete, brick and any other material appropriate to the house design could be used.
Xeriscape doesn't have to be gravel and cactus! We love using this Dymondia margaretae as a lawn replacement. Look it up on Wikipedia for more information.
and shrubs instead of a lawn
Too dry for me, but excellent lawn replacement for drought areas
Design Ideas for the Parking StripTry one of these options for your own strip to turn it from hellish to heavenly.Create landing pads. Your visitors will typically pull up to the curb when they are stopping by, so if you thickly plant this area, they will be forced to step on your plants just to exit
“stones and shrubs instead of a lawn” — diamond830
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 02 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
Woodside One 02 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
ramp stair case in terraced lawn!
Thoughtful use of lawn with steps to create a gradual steps.
instead of bordering a sloped lawn with gardens border them with walkways
sowing grass seed — follow the directions on the package — and keep it moist until the seed has sprouted. If you want to add sod for a more instant lawn, look for pieces of St. Augustine or zoysia, both of which are somewhat tolerant of light shade. Always follow turfgrass recommendations from experts
shrubs. It's generally a good idea to plant these larger landscape plants in the cooler months, but you can plant them now if you take a little extra care. Dig a hole twice as wide as the root ball of the plant, then add a little bonemeal or rock phosphate to the hole. (Follow the package directions for
“Escalier dans gazon” — ldaleduc
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Private Residence West Side Vancouver
ground as you have. How long does the cement take to set up? Could I pre-form the cement? bryanflake1984| http://www.mblandscape.com/landscape-design-services-new-york-white-plains.html
Clean line of the lawn and pavers
Grassy area surrounded by raised garden. Need to have lawn mower access
LawnThis is the obvious first place to consider reducing chemical applications. Lawns make up a large percentage of American homeowners’ landscapes. I love lounging on a lush lawn, and it’s a great surface for kids and pets to run around on. This image, from Swick’s Organic Landscaping, shows a traditional
traditional lawn that is maintained using ecofriendly methods.
“Sidewalk to front door” — reginashadle
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Clean lines are displayed in this design with the bluestone walkway and edging repeated through the turf areas and levels.
Like the concept of path next to stepped lawn, not necessarily this exact design.
tiered lawn. way better than sloping!
Linear, terraced lawn and steps; stone color matches roof color
together make a complete picture.The design creates a vista back toward the house at the end of the stepped path as well as creates pastoral views out from the main house.
Aerate your lawn too. If you haven't aerated your lawn in a couple of years, now is the time. Lawns get compacted by foot traffic,
home improvement store and always follow the manufacturer's guidelines when operating the machinery. Top-dress the lawn with 1/2 inch of compost afterward and water in well for a healthy lawn.
“Bricks” — ghostgirl4
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
break up big lawn with smaller spaces
Two special details make this grand lawn feel more intimate, appropriately scaled to the humans who stroll here. The first appears in the foreground where two deep planting beds are outlined by low boxwood hedging, mirroring one another on either side of the lawn. Anyone who walks through this opening
access to the garden that can be seen in the distance. But without passing under that arch, crossing that threshold and rounding that last curve in the lawn, you'll never know what's back there.
curvaceous detail emerges in the distance — an arbor that acts as a doorway to the hidden garden beyond. This arbor's placement is successful because the lawn continues beneath it like a walking path — and plantings on either side prevent anyone from side-stepping the journey.
“Clean edging” — lovelemonpie
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
View of a front garden with a colorful selection of drought tolerant plants and a low-water lawn replacement. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
the less lawn to cut the better
When you do want lots of green and color, combine different grasses and drought-tolerant flowering bushes, like one of the many forms of lavender. While most traditional flowers and lawns slurp up water
color, combine different grasses and drought-tolerant flowering bushes, like one of the many forms of lavender. While most traditional flowers and lawns slurp up water, a yard like this can surround you with nature and color and be largely self-supporting once established. Here gorgeous fronds of Orange
“river rock within plantings” — decision
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
Thank you - the lawn does look lovely - particularly in spring when I took this photo. They do have some help keeping it nice and it gets lots of sun which is essential for our climate.
live green lawn bordered with color
Lush lawn, ornamental grass, under tree plantings Transition from pea gravel to mounded beds
“Love the plantings” — barbi64
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
but offer more flash and color and ornamental qualities to the landscape design. Many conservation districts, utility companies and/or road departments are offering information at the governmental level on rain garden design. good luck!
Many rain garden designers promote the use of native plants, and in the Seattle region, we have a lot of plants to chose from; plants that are adapted to wet winters and dry summers work well in our region. this garden also has quite a few, non-native, adaptive species that work in those environmental
side of a yard to filter excess runoff from the lawn. Even if you've gone organic in your lawn care regimen, there's still the problem of nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements) entering waterways. They don't just make your lawn grow; they can accelerate algae growth, which in
“Tree, concrete slabs” — cpholt56
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