383,099 mulch landscaping Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Using mulch as a pathway - interesting idea.
Have you ever been hiking in a forest and could hear the palpable silence? Consider mulch as an option
palpable silence? Consider mulch as an option for the more informal paths in your space. The experience of walking on a mulched path is quite different from
from that of walking on a concrete sidewalk or an asphalt driveway.Shredded mulch is readily available, inexpensive and likely the by-product of industry.
Embrace the landscape you have. Find plants that thrive in your garden and add more of them
Mulch garden paths are softer and...landscape with ferns instead of grass
“ferns” — snancy1
Johnson Creek Landscaping
2 Reviews
Entryway and Front Patio Project
to your home. Make it stand out with splendid landscaping architecture as it provides fabulous landscaping ideas for your front yard, patio etc. One can
things by visiting Creative Atmospheres, which will give you fabulous landscaping ideas for your dwelling. Nice share. ...
Pavers, mulch - good for side of house
“gate” — pamoolan
5 Reviews
Simple landscaping can be quite nice!
Like the curves, mulched landscaping surround
grass and mulched bed around patio...landscape edging...curved patio bark mulch planter...Mulch ring...Landscape around patio...Mulch accent
“Bark boarder” — briannearens99301
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
34 Reviews
Olsen Property
landscaping, arbors trellis, pergolas, 1/4 minus gravel walkway, stone walkway
How do you keep the mulch from drifting down the slope?
use of mulch and stone...Stone landscape...Rocks, mulch...Rock landscaping...Rock stairs and landscaping...Stone landscaping...sparse landscape
“Marche roche” — Kimberly Thomas
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
the picture is b Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Arch..
If you are looking to create raised beds or container gardens in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see
traditional raised bed look. Using terracotta pots or other styles of landscape containers can be a unique approach to raised beds. I like the idea of
and herb garden in an array of terracotta pots strewn across the deck or landscape. ... For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless steel,
They are safe to use as planters and bring a new texture and style to a landscape that may be lacking the architectural edge. ... ... ... And of course
limestone crushed gravel & dark mulch
“Gravel path” — dcmnorthbend
Gabor Design Build
3 Reviews
Club Circle
paving stones in mulch - nice...Mulch landscape...Pavers in mulch...House color and simple landscape
“Hampton sage” — devilsfan
Hillside Nurseries
21 Reviews
Long awaited garden and patio space finally in.
landscape rocks...rocks in mulch and plants...Rock garden using mulch...Landscaping ideas- Forbes PM...Rock landscaping...landscape no stones
“Yard” — rescue3
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
What is the mulch/gravel/dirt used around stepping stone? Thank you, Raquel
compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
use organic mulches 3 inch layer check with county extensionagentto have soil tested
slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
with ample mulch. Also cover the root ball with mulch, being careful to not bring the mulch right up to the trunk.
3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color
Looks like a dark brown fir bark mulch....6. Use organic mulches. A 3-inch
“front entrance landscaping” — Brian Powell
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