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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Gravel Path
Ideabooks21,024
Questions12
those nasty pine column type trees
use of tall trees along fence for privacy
The water-use efficiency of bamboo is estimated to be twice that of other trees, increasing its capability to handle harsh weather conditions such as droughts, floods and high temperatures.Bamboo grows quickly, can be harshly cut
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Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks6,456
Questions3
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward. Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline.
beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a rooftop that shines outward.Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched
“Lighting” — hannahrhurst
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
ENTRYlevelHOME
Ideabooks5,104
Questions4
what is the name of the vines going up in the trees?
plantation climing the trees
Palm trees
“everything” — maryferreira
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Pool
Ideabooks2,759
Questions1
architectural vernacular this terraced hillside garden evolved in response to time and place. The design vision was to celebrate the site, preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele Lee Willson Phototgraphy
Overall look is rustic & warm. We like the natural materials and love the oak trees & landscape lighting here.
“mid spa” — gj2g
Janet Paik
Birds of Prey Courtyard Garden by Living Green
Ideabooks10,399
Questions5
Hi nerdenheimer -- There are a mix of conifers, maples, mosses, Japanese maples and rare miniature baobab-type trees. I'd encourage you to reach out to the designers behind this space, Living Green (http://www.livinggreen.com). Thanks for your question and read more
Lots of trees in the background
the vertical space they could. Each living wall explodes with conifers, maples, mosses, collectible Japanese maples and rare miniature baobab-type trees. Dyeing the gray concrete with a warmer terra-cotta hue made the patio feel less industrial and more natural. Felted marble planter: Luciano Tempo;
“Outdoor courtyard feel” — Blue Sound Construction, Inc.
Decatur Construction
The Guest House
Ideabooks4,567
Questions2
It's cool like a tree house but also log cabin....it makes me want to run in
Guest/tree house design
Love tree house look
tree house...Our tree house.
“Small” — lynngo
Taylor Bryan Company
9 Reviews
Patio Seating
Ideabooks6,870
Questions3
Can we plant trees like this around the fire pit clustered
Could totally have this slated patio area around a group of trees on the new lot
The flagstone, trees, and rocks/landscaping
Gardens around trees
tall trees
“Love the rock on the side of the fire pit.” — bethlehem
Peter Ivancovich Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Peter Ivancovich Landscape Design
Ideabooks6,704
Questions5
What kind of palm tree is on the right side of the door?
What is the name of the fig like tree on the left?
The Palm Tree on the right side is Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (King Palm).
banana tree and small palms
Palm tree
“Colors” — greendang
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