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Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Ideabooks11,307
Questions4
Love the lawn, what type of grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
6. Make mowing easier. How easy is your lawn to mow? If it has an unusually complicated shape, sharp corners and poorly
edger, a spade or an edging tool, you can make the division between your lawn and garden deeper and more defined, making it easier to trim and mow.When
“Gusta” — kena710220
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Lotbinière, Québec
Ideabooks474
Questions0
Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Lotbinière, Québec
Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Lotbinière, Québec photo credit: Dave Demers, Principal at CYAN Horticulture
Simplicity is thus often key. It sometimes takes no more than a broken lawn mower (or prolonged vacations for the gardener) for wild grasses and their
don’t cut the lawn?” — Frank OrganOrgan gives those of you who are tired of mowing some inspiration from meadow lawns. Full story: Give Your Lawn a Taste of
Simplicity is thus often key. It sometimes takes no more than a broken lawn mower (or prolonged vacations for the gardener) for wild grasses and their
more wild with the cut lawn...Love the "lawn" and windows on the shed
“more wild with the cut lawn” — vanillamendoza
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
New England Contemporary
Ideabooks7,806
Questions5
What's with the steps in the middle of the lawn
forms are connected by a modern glassy L-shaped loggia defining a stepped lawn and patio. The use of contrast as the linking element here with a lighter
if a linear reflecting pool was added on axis at the center of the lower lawn merging the earth and sky at the connecting loggia.
three stairs in a green lawn
“Le première moitié de gauche serait suffisante !” — ewokcdt
Allwood Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Modern Lifestyle
Ideabooks6,169
Questions4
"Turf reduction. Lawns became the rage in the 1950s, when the postwar American dream of owning a
y of power mowers. Today, however, many homeowners are trading in their lawns for more ecologically friendly alternatives."
Turf reduction. Lawns became the rage in the 1950s, when the postwar American dream of owning a house in the suburbs melded with the widespread availability
y of power mowers. Today, however, many homeowners are trading in their lawns for more ecologically friendly alternatives. More: Landmark Status Honors
“large concrete tiles” — Ohm Gritte
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks9,227
Questions4
Love the lawn (small, neat, manageable), the windows and the over all clean presentation
geometry and placement of paving stones in lawn
for entertaining. A kitchenette extends out to a barbecue and concrete bar. Lawn pavers salvaged from the previous landscape were used to create a patio covered
covered by a retractable canvas. The pavers form a path over the terraced lawn to the lake.The sloped roof directs rainwater through a 6-inch powder-co
“My favorite” — griffsmom
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
37 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks14,726
Questions5
Hello andeka, thanks for your question. We did not use any edging between the lawn and garden bed. Just cut in a nice cut edge using a flat shovel. This technique
periphery. able to minimize the lawn
Less lawn...Less lawn ...more garden!...Lawn edge...Less Lawn More Garden
“Trying to figure out to deal around the front tree.” — eaknopf
Robert Young Architects
exterior
Ideabooks1,132
Questions1
While the massive expanse of the perfectly manicured lawn around the pool sharply contrasts the surrounding vegetation and nautralistic
While the massive expanse of the perfectly manicured lawn around the pool sharply contrasts the surrounding vegetation and nautralistic style that dominates
While the large expanse of the perfectly manicured lawn around the pool sharply contrasts the surrounding vegetation and naturalistic
“Simplicity, grass and pool color” — Mark Shrayber
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Hawaii
Ideabooks4,111
Questions2
Would love something like this bocce court - or maybe a lawn bowl strip - could incorporate in back paved area or even run along the new
7. Try a nonlawn game. No lawn? Set up a game of bocce or pétanque on a gravel court or driveway.
classic garden games such as badminton, or trusty favourites including Kubb and lawn bowls. Trivia games tend to work well after dinner.
“Bocce” — maspin
front lawn landscaping
We have a colonial house in NY. A large tree was removed and in the process our yews and other shrubbery were broken. I am deciding whether we should...
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