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Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
Parking strip garden covering for cool weather
Whole, old fashioned landscaping on a 'parking strip'
raised beds in parking strip birdbath 2
How to farm your parking strip
Tips for Farming the Parking StripCheck local codes. Seattle has established itself as one of the more popular places to farm the parking strip. Laws passed in the past few years allow homeowners to farm or garden in the parking strip between the street and the sidewalk without a permit as long as they
).Enjoy the crowds. But if you want to farm your parking strip, you already know you’ll get crowds, and you welcome them. Richardson says people constantly stop by and ask about the garden — which is exactly what he wanted. More: Take Your Hell Strip to Heavenly Heights
Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
Great idea for parking strips. They can be difficult to mow especially when someone is parked partly on the strip, so I really like how they used mulch, flower beds and raised vegetable beds in this photo
functional parking strip w no mow character
I like the way vegetables are grown along the parking.
state regulations re parking strips. in Seattle 3' from street at least 1 foot from sidewalk. Less than 18 inches high.
Raised juniper beds - prolific in Seattle's parking strips.
green house color, blue sky, more alive parking strip
AFTER: Lau excavated the parking strip’s lawn and replaced it with bark mulch, inground planters and six raised juniper beds. Poor soil and frequent pedestrian traffic make raised beds a better idea for parking strips. They also invite people to stop and rest and gather, something Richardson envisioned
Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
Break up the parking strip with stone pavers and ground cover. Be sure to make place to step out of vehicle.
It is like a tiny park in a Hell-strip!
raised beds in parking strip 3
Parking strip gardens
Landscaping on a 'parking strip'
no mow parking strip
parking strip...planting strip
Park strip
Parking Pad planting
curb strip...hell strip...planting strip...parking strip
Aeonium nobile and Dymondia margarataeDavid Feix Landscape Design
walk-on thick growing ground cover for tough situations such as street strips, and could easily survive with just once a month irrigation in Alameda. The Dymondia was used here in all the areas where people would exit their parked cars, alternating with other taller succulents where no pedestrian access
Park strip and nice short ground cover
Dymondia- the ground cover shown here, for between the parking spot and your driveway
Dymondia is a pefect choice for a walk-on thick growing ground cover for tough situations such as street strips, and could easily survive with just once a month irrigation
textures that are so drastically different. Here we see 'Sunset Gold' paired with tough ground cover Dymondia and other taller succulents in a street strip. Landscape designer David Feix says, “This cultivar of breath of heaven has the same wonderfully pungent foliage fragrance of the larger growing species
Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
great idea for a parking strip!!
pollinator parking strip
Parking strip gardens
Planting up a 'parking strip'
beds in parking strip 4
parking strip turned
pollinator strip
Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
raised beds in parking strip birdbath
Detail of landscaping on 'parking strip'
great for the parking strip!
Parking strip veg garden
parking strip...parking strip...planting strip
An Oasis Reclaimed - A ResidenceStangeland and Associates
Consider using pavers (smaller than these) mixed with grasses in parkway strips?
Parking strip...Blvd strip...Park strip ideas
Lawn AlternativeGregory Davis & Associates
Design Ideas for the Parking StripTry one of these options for your own strip to turn it from hellish to heavenly.Create landing pads. Your visitors will typically pull up to the curb when they are stopping by, so if you thickly plant this area, they will be forced to step on your plants just to exit
Give them a place to step onto instead. Use oversize flagstone pieces to create landing pads or pour concrete insets into several areas along your strip.
Curb Appeal with colorKL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
This yard began as a lot of rock at the street strip and all lawn. With the rock removed, planters added and drought tolerant plants, this front yard now has character and color. Bulbs were added for early spring color and a mix of drought tolerant plants makes up the foundation. This is a four season
plantings for front strip instead of grass
parking strip get colorful remember to add landing pads
plants on strip between road and sidewalk
consider 'hell strip' when doing front yard landscaping
Wallingford Vegetable BedsErin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
Raised bed on a 'parking strip'
Here’s how this budget broke down: Sod removal from original parking strip: $1,800 Pollinator plants: $200
raised beds in parking strip 6
Good raised beds Could do our nature strip.?
materials, scaling back the size, doing some of the work yourself, and watering with a hose.Here’s how this budget broke down:Sod removal from original parking strip: $1,800Pollinator plants: $200Foot-traffic-friendly plants: $300Lumber and hardware: $1,700Soil: $600Wood chips: $250Flagstone: $175Dish rock:
South FLA Landscapekoolbeanzzzz
a parking strip out front and a planted islande
is a different shape and larger than the traditional curb strip.
parking strip create an island
Small island to replace strip
expected long rectangle. You will have more opportunities for planting and design if your bed is a different shape and larger than the traditional curb strip.
park strip
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