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Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Lawn Area
Ideabooks2,231
Questions1
The upper lawn for the kids to play with a vegetable garden on the side
Lawn Area...Lawn and rock wall...nice lawn
“Garden” — philsburrett
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks277
Questions0
Groundcover instead of lawn for my Next house
if you plan to redo your parkway (or hell strip). Best time to do this project: It depends on your lawn-removal method and your climate. How to Get Rid of the Grass Here are two ways to kill your lawn without herbicides. When the ground is soft enough to work, you can: Dig, dig, dig. Although many
place. If your lawn is Bermuda grass, you will have to dig out the deeply rooted grass stolons, shaking the excess soil from the roots as you go. Use the lasagna method. This technique uses layers of cardboard or newspaper as well as a thick layer of organic mulch to deprive the lawn of light and water
codes if you plan to redo your parkway (or hell strip).Best time to do this project: It depends on your lawn-removal method and your climate. How to Get Rid of the GrassHere are two ways to kill your lawn without herbicides. When the ground is soft enough to work, you can:Dig, dig, dig. Although many experts
“Meadow, rectangular pavers” — christine56
The Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association
40th Annual Landscape Awards Program, Columbus, Ohio
Ideabooks128
Questions0
colorful and formal elements. The large rectangular walkway spans the perimeter of the lawn and provides a meditative path. Hydrangea, roses, catmint and other perennials were planted in the transition from driveway to lawn to add pops of color. From the patio, the boxwoods and meticulous paver edges emphasize
Could put paths down both sides of the lawn, drawing your eye down the back with beautiful trees & gardens, rather than out behind the garage etc!
“formal garden” — debbieebratt
merge studio
2 Reviews
napa residence
Ideabooks9,935
Questions11
Hi, thanks for your question. It is in fact real lawn, not artificial. It happens to be one of the first lawns installed in our area using the new Sub-surface Drip Irrigation (SDI) technology, called "Eco-Mat" by Hunter Industries
We like the paver walk way and the lawn...also interested in the "Eco-Mat" (Sub-surface Drip irrigation technology) it talks about in the discussion of this photo...
“Shade” — ashishia
Miller Creek Lawn & Landscape
Hanson Project
Ideabooks4,766
Questions3
so it has some weight to it. To remove the leaves from the area, we simply use a hand-held or backpack blower and blow out of the area and onto the lawn for easy removal.
Entry Courtyard; replace front lawn add a side yard path to gate; bark, flagstone, boulders and add drought tolerant plants to replace lawn
“easy backyard” — urduhouse
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,784
Questions6
What are the mass plantings on the front lawn?
Absolutely love your work! Could you tell me what plants were used on the front lawn - in front of the trees? Thanks.
“clean” — thomas8755
Becky Harris
Virginia Countryside Cottage
Ideabooks342
Questions0
before you. The scale of the lawn and gardens are just right in proportion to the house. The boundary between the lawn and beds is marked by Pennsylvania bluestone.
borders of lawn are walkways and gardens
The boundary between the lawn and beds is marked by Pennsylvania bluestone.
The boundary between the lawn and beds is marked by Pennsylvania bluestone. love this informal approach to formal garden definition
the end of the shady path, the tapis vert and undulating border gardens expand before you. The scale of the lawn and gardens are just right in proportion to the house. The boundary between the lawn and beds is marked by Pennsylvania bluestone.
“Deck” — sissynae1
June Scott Design
6 Reviews
Altadena Craftsman
Ideabooks840
Questions1
going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway. Tell us: Do you have a lawn-free yard? If not, would you ever consider parting with your lawn? Why or why not?
The small bits of "lawn" are mosquito grass which fascinates little kids and their mommies walking in the 'hood. I have some spectacular deer grass for height but the showstoppers I just added are a couple of penstemon--Blue Springs and Margarita Bop. Happy I don't have any lawn that requires watering
going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.Tell us: Do you have a lawn-free yard? If not, would you ever consider parting with your lawn? Why or why not?
“grasses” — Wynn Witthans
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