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Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Cottage driveway
Ideabooks2,417
Questions2
June Scott Design added this to 8 Reasons to Plant a Great Tree Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind, however, that in cold-winter areas, you may want the warming rays of
Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind, however, that in cold-winter areas, you may want the warming rays of
cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds.
Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind, however, that in cold-winter areas, you may want the warming rays of the afternoon sun on the west side of your home. Plant a west windbreak
“like the green pops around the pavers and the bowl” — vowelhouse
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
Ideabooks1,009
Questions3
in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer. Suggested varieties:
in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer.
in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer.
“No mow red fescue” — yuliayou
CTA Architects Engineers
Whitefish Mountain Residence
Ideabooks950
Questions0
Garage door: Northwest Door; window systems: Pella
porte garage en verre Northwest door + contour en pierres
Garage door: Northwest Door
garage door. Northwest Door
is a welcoming lantern toward the street. The second-floor slot window provides light to the master suite while retaining privacy. Garage door: Northwest Door; window systems: Pella
“Translucent garage door is welcoming.” — sueholt1
Travis Knoop Photography
Division St, Manson, WA
Ideabooks1,204
Questions0
2. Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest, this eclectic-rustic-style sleeping porch enjoys views of the surrounding organic farm and mountains. In spring, breezes bring in scents from blooming
Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest, this eclectic-rustic-style sleeping porch enjoys views of the surrounding organic farm and mountains. In spring, breezes bring in scents from blooming
SLEEPING PORCH Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest, this eclectic-rustic-style sleeping porch enjoys views of the surrounding organic farm and mountains. In spring, breezes bring in scents from blooming
“ШТОРКИ” — witcholga
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks1,460
Questions2
Western sword fern. Perennial, Spring pruning. 5' high and wide. Grows in Pacific Northwest. East facing and shadey. Good for our patio?
3. Add structure with ferns. Several Pacific Northwest native ferns have been used in this garden to provide a range of heights and textures. The boldest of them all, seen in the foreground above, is
Several Pacific Northwest native ferns have been used in this garden to provide a range of heights and textures. The boldest of them all, seen in the foreground above, is
requirement: Little to no supplemental water in the Pacific Northwest when planted in shadeLight requirement: Partial to full shadeMature size: 3 to 5 feet tallBenefits and tolerances: Shade tolerant; drought tolerant in the Pacific Northwest (may require supplemental water in the southern part of the
“Fern” — ingyipm
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Montecito Shores Remodel Living Room
Ideabooks651
Questions1
Designers Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk created the recliner seen here. Bernett’s prior experience designing ergonomic in-flight seating for Northwest Airlines informed his design of the residential Flight Recliner. When upright, it is a comfortable, streamlined club chair. To recline, it uses a
Designers Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk created the recliner seen here. Bernett’s prior experience designing ergonomic in-flight seating for Northwest Airlines informed his design of the residential Flight Recliner. When upright, it is a comfortable, streamlined club chair. To recline, it uses a
“Dégagement autour des meubles” — Créations Andéco
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks19,189
Questions16
4215 49TH St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20016 4123 45TH St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20016 3716 INGOMAR St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20015
“Counter and window shelves” — Main Street Ltd
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks906
Questions1
is also an ideal time to check out many Northwest natives that are newly in bloom, such as salal (Gaultheria shallon), ocean spray (Holodiscus discolor), native spirea (Spirea douglasii) and others.June's sunshine makes such a nice change from the usual Northwest rain that this is an ideal time to enjoy
enjoy the garden — whether working in it or just relaxing.Check out more for your Pacific Northwest Garden
Northwest. "Buy June-blooming plants now, so you can select the exact colors and varieties you prefer," writes landscape designer Genevieve Schmidt. "Visiting plants in the nursery is one of the
nursery every month, so you can evaluate which areas of your garden need more interest in each season and coordinate the perfect show."Get her Pacific Northwest June checklist
“Catmint, pink spirea” — strawberry_calico
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