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Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Rose covered arbor
Ideabooks7,515
Questions2
Snowball bush, Shasta daisy. Bridal wreath (veil?) New Dawn climbing rose. Disease resistant. Fast growing. Pale pink.
White climbing roses on an arched metal arbor form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored fabrics catch the
White climbing roses on an arched metal arbor form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored fabrics catch the
“Yes, check if Wisteria grows in Austin. Likes climbing roses.” — Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
Liquidscapes
16 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks2,266
Questions1
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, pets
operating the machinery. Top-dress the lawn with 1/2 inch of compost afterward and water in well for a healthy lawn.
Lawn terraces...Terraced lawn and steps...stepped lawn and pavers...Front lawn...French pastoral lawn and garden
“2 windows together” — ajwickers
NATALIE SERDIUK
n_serdiuk
Ideabooks24,526
Questions11
Round metal planters, idea for 80th st side lawn.
or coarse sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using soil near any diseased plants; it’s actually recommended that you “pasteurize” it by baking it
degrees for about 45 minutes. This helps get rid of harmful organisms or diseases.Whether you use a bagged mix or create your own, add an organic fertilizer
“Discovery Garden Containers” — garden_sup
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
North Cove
Ideabooks7,785
Questions5
out to the lake, creating a sculptural division between natural wetland and lawn area. Architect: Truex Cullins & Partners Architects Image Credit: Westphalen
A few stone steps move across a vast lawn and connect with a low, curved boardwalk. The walk is obviously functional, leading people to the waterfront
tolerant and are often mowed at lower heights.Be sure to check with your local lawn experts for specific recommendations for turf grass in your area.
gorgeous lawn with stone steps large...Here's our front lawn and lakefront!!!!
“Hillside” — Evan Campbell
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
6 Reviews
Green Driveway
Ideabooks4,760
Questions3
That lawn is actually a green driveway. For the subbase, we used a special blend of
tolerant and won't require much fertilizer. It's a seed blend called EcoLawn and so far we are quite happy with it. After we installed the plastic grass
Like stone path and decorative idea on lawn.
the lawn sets an intriguing mood piece
“Design dans pelouse” — Joëlle-Annie Lefebvre
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Private Residence West Side Vancouver
Ideabooks3,617
Questions3
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
Stairs leading down to rectangular lawn, bordered on both sides
LawnThis is the obvious first place to consider reducing chemical applications. Lawns make up a large percentage of American homeowners’ landscapes. I
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 lawn that is
below the house first level lawn
“tiered backyard” — wolcottal
Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Lounging Area by the Pool
Ideabooks14,645
Questions12
Doesn't cutting the grass and lawn maintenance become a pain with grass blowing into the pool?
we use fescue that we seed over Bermuda in the winter to still have green lawns. It just dies out during our summers. I really love this and thank you
Playing with lawn geometry can lead to striking effects. Here solid expanses of lawn are broken up by areas of pavers “grouted” with lawn.
If I MUST have an ARTIFICIAL LAWN due to shade issues, this would look nice and not be so obvious!
Playing with lawn geometry can lead to striking effects. Here solid expanses of lawn are broken up by areas of pavers “grouted” with lawn.Patio Pavers
“Here are concrete blocks arranged horizontally to the view of the woods vs. diagonally to the view.” — Viva Garden and Interior Design
Envision Landscape Studio
10 Reviews
Oak Tree Retreat
Ideabooks2,731
Questions2
natural area to lawn transition... need more of a border on it I think...
living room in trees, patio abutted to lawn
somewhat natural section. Don't plant lawn or ground covers under existing old trees; this encourages root diseases. It’s also better not even to pave the
“under the oak” — joflo1954
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