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Statile & Todd
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Hydrangeas in the foreground mixed with flowering perennials surround a large lawn side yard in Summit NJ
lawn- overseed with perennial rye- dies off in the spring
I would want a fairly large lawn to where it wasn't
Info for texas lawns for Fall
buffer garden at bottom of slope
open lawn edged with colorful flowers
Does not look like my texas lawn.
the best result.Check out more early-fall lawn tips
Take care of your lawn. Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not really perennial and will die off once the weather warms up in the spring. Winterize your lawn by spraying it weekly with a seaweed solution
actually harm your lawn. Water in well after fertilizing.
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Doyle Herman Design Associates
garden aisles with grass between rows
the rows of lawn between the rows of vegetables.
Love the vegetable garden in different beds with grass paths.
traditional veg garden
No raised bed garden
ideas for formal garden
Vegetable garden w grass running
Attractive veggie garden
Would love a veggie garden
backyard garden...massive garden!...Front lawn...Edible garden...Dream garden...Garden Ornaments...Look of garden...herb garden...not lawns...Tomato garden...Veg garden...Beautiful garden...Lawn between...veggie garden...Vegetable garden...Garden around lawn...edible garden...garden sculpture...kitchen garden...vegetable garden
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Elegance in Design
use 4x4 and 1x's for building this? Is that a wire in the same area you have the garden tools hanging from, what's on top of it?
You must have built a beautiful entry for this garden. Any way we could see more pictures?
such a garden because of the deer. Is this structure tall enough and strong enough to keep deer out? Its so beautiful!
what the size of the entire garden? This
client added the other things you mentioned after the fact to hold more tools. The top bar is supporting a wire mesh for the plants to grow up
We constructed the base of the garden out of 21A gravel and put the decorative gravel on top. There is probably
This garden is unbelievably gorgeous. I see it is in a wooded environment. Curious if the fence helps to deter the critters! Would love to adapt this to my new home. What do they say about flattery?
Storage Sheds & Garage Buildings
how does the tool hanging bracket work?
where in New Zealand can i find this type of tool bracket??
I need openness like this to store lawn mower, hoses, spreader, soil & mulch products, etc.
a good way to organize your tools
love how the yard tools match up, looks cleaner
rack for hanging garden tools
Hooks for garden tools
Cool tool shed....Garden shed...Storage for tools...Tools garage...Tool hangers...garden hose...gardening shed...hand lawn mower...tool organization...tool shed...tool storage
Banyon Tree Design Studio
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Surface runoff gathers in this new rain garden, densely planted with ornamentals and natives. The elongated pavers are recycled concrete from the existing patio space.
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
companies and/or road departments are offering information at the governmental level on rain garden design. good luck!
Very interested to know what kind of plants are use here. We are just starting to plan for rain garden but not sure what plants to use. Thanks!
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
Like the circle around the tree as well as the brick that separates section of lawn.
A large lawn may be a traditional approach to a landscape space, but breaking it into tiered levels edged with brick gives the same sense of expansiveness while adding individuality.
Fertilize the lawn. Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Use a lawn fertilizer with a ratio
a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet of grass. Always follow the directions on the package and avoid overfertilizing, which will only damage your lawn. Resist the urge to use "winterizing" fertilizers until late October or early November. Water well after applying fertilizers.
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
Billie and Ruby's place
tool chest as bedside table, sliding door, faux grass (?) on wall
like tool box as night stand
tool chest for boys night stands.
tool chest - perfect for oldest & new apartment
5. Tool chests. A Craftsman tool chest is possibly the most durable bedside table option. Its steel construction, glossy red enamel finish, multiple drawers for storage and heavy-duty casters are defining characteristics. It’s also one of the few bedside tables that locks.
Go three dimensionalTake texture to a whole new level with a ‘touch me’ wall. Kitsch and quirky, this ‘garden’ is an inspired extension of the current astro-turf trend and allows ornaments to be displayed vertically for maximum impact.
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
foster in your own soil to help your garden thrive.
Natural meadow in place of lawn.
‘Contorta’, zones 4 to 8) and structural conifers round out the garden.
Soil The foundation of a healthy landscape is healthy soil. This is the mantra of many landscape architects. An organic garden relies heavily on
Craftsman homes, for example, blend perfectly with gardens featuring mass plantings of ornamental switchgrass (Panicum
office for a list of recommendations.More: Get Along With Less LawnThe Case for Losing the Traditional Lawn
SoilThe foundation of a healthy landscape is healthy soil. This is the mantra of many landscape architects. An organic garden relies heavily on compost, because it’s the best method of returning