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Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
1 Review
Beverly Hills Splash
i like the way the lawn edges right up to the pool. very clean, very inviting pool
thats how i want pool,then lawn then garden on both sides of the pool and behind
Interesting lawn backdrop to pool
open lawn...lawn border
“Simple pool” — caraboyd
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Bid lawn adieuThe first expanses of green lawn emerged in Europe, where it was a sign of wealth and status to be able to use land for decoration rather than for growing food. As more people become aware of the negative impact of lawn on the wider environment, many are reversing
Opt for native grasses, ground cover, vegies and flowering plants over lawn, and you’ll be creating a bio-diverse mini-ecosystem that’s good for the earth. The fossil fuels used to make fertilisers and pesticides needed to keep lawns looking their best contribute to CO2, and these toxic nasties end up
“Small dining table and chairs” — giggoc
Doyle Herman Design Associates
4 Reviews
the rows of lawn between the rows of vegetables.
Food not lawns...Lawn between...Front lawn...Garden around lawn
“would that really work” — sbrink316
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Nature's Beauty
Stairs -- but how do you now the lawn?
Terraced steps with natural stone edging and grass. This provides the ability to have a "lawn" but give us more control over the
Useful to use up stones to terrace top lawn
Like the tiered effect of the lawn with such rich green grass.
Terraced lawn
“Landscaping” — ebnongbri
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
allée is formed by two parallel rows of trees. Notice how both rows have been planted in a linear strip of gravel within the lawn — a reinforcement of the line motif. This front lawn will look great even in the winter, when the tree branches are bare.
“Balcony and wood” — 820hazelwood
Green Goddess Gardens, Inc.
drought tolerant pathway
Ditch the lawnGrass requires plenty of water and feeding to do well. Instead, try mass planting shrubs such as the drought-tolerant euphorbia and lavender above. This garden looks as lovely as a lawn and will save on the water bills.
“Euphorbia and Nepeta” — cathy1542
Solar Solutions Design
Yarra Glen
2. How much upkeep will there be? Sweeping lawns may look appealing but it’s easy to forget the work that goes into keeping a lawn looking as good as it does during an open-house inspection. If you’re time-poor, a house with minimal garden but plenty of outdoor living space could be the right choice
“House design” — alyson83
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
5. Tailor fit your outdoor space to your needs. Rather than assuming that future owners must have that big green lawn, think about what you want to live with now. How about wraparound decks and easy-care plantings? A Zen rock garden? A formal parterre? The right yard and garden can bring a great deal
5. Tailor your outdoor space to your needsRather than assuming that future owners must have a big green lawn, think about what you want to live with now. How about wraparound decks and easy-care plantings? A Zen rock garden? A formal parterre? The right yard and garden
“Layout and size” — Mary Baker
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