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Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
patio brick, no grass, landscape feature
using stones through the garden to the pool is beautiful
alternative to putting garden around perimeter
Pavers with small gardens
patio and planters combined
Garden shapes in stone yard
lighting in patio cover
Concrete patio and paths
Japanese garden patio
Patio Design...patio furniture
“japanese” — sarieeliz
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Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
low fence to break up veg from floral garden
fenced veg garden to help keep critters out
simple garden fencing
fence around kitchen garden
Garden with picket fence
Garden fence for vegetable garden
picket fence around vegetable garden
Front yard veg garden. Quaint
Fence around garden..cute
Fenced in vegetable garden
Patio cover...Fenced Garden...patio roof...gated garden...Garden fence...Garden area...garden fencing...side garden
“proportion of porch, fence” — bethclark66
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
Hey there hairgal1. I'm not sure where those planters specifically are from, but Inner Gardens has a few great planters that are the same modern style, and a similar color. Here's one to give you an idea: ... Design Within Reach is another great
Line of pots next to house on garden side?
meaning to top gardening- can plant herbs here too
3. Plant a container garden. Although grasses are much easier to maintain, if you really want flowers to brighten up your backyard, perennials are a safe bet. Although annuals do tend to do well in container gardens, they need to be replanted each year. Container gardens are great because they allow
“P,anters” — eringreyson
Goessling Design
Modern Cottage Residence
vegatable garden. Will let light through.
Interesting feature for garden poss stained glass
Great design a garden window
To make garden interesting
wood garden sculpture
Garden window frame...Patio idea...Garden structure...Barn door on patio?...garden trellis...Garden windoe...wood garden accent...stone patio...stone paver patio...wood garden statue
“Picture frame outdoor wall” — chrisbryantinvb
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
We could do this on our patio
I like the idea that the under deck could be used as a sheltered dining area, as we do want a two level deck/patio...what
bricks for patio are outside the supports
Deck above patio underneath
Great patio under upper deck
Hermoso garden...Deck over patio...Stone patio covered...The patio pavers...Brick patio...second level patio...Patio underneath...Under deck patio...Patio under...patio under deck...Deck + Patio...covered patio...patio furniture
“Deck over patio” — Elisabeth Haggard
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
A tornado took out our backyard trees so we have to put in a patio.
Is the patio brick or pavers? If pavers do they have a name?
I think that the plant might be a black eyed susan vine. It didn't do well in our garden, but it's lovely.
would love a patio with this design
privacy and lighting with the planting and cobble patio
patio with round bricks in middle
Brick and StoneA brick patio has a charming, old-world look that would be right at home in any number of settings. Estimated cost: $8 to $16 per square foot, installedPro or DIY? A small, simple brick patio using the dry-laid method can be installed in a few weekends of dedicated work by someone who's
who's DIY savvy. A large patio or one with a complex design is probably best left to the pros.Process: A mason laying a brick patio will start by digging and leveling to prepare the ground. He or she will then lay concrete on top of crushed stone or gravel to form a base before laying the bricks with mortar
“Garage” — semloh998
Manzanita Garden
wood raised garden you put a mesh on the bottom to prevent gophers. Does this have anything similar on the bottom of it? If so, how would you attach a mesh to it? Thanks.
this idea for a garden, very NW, but is it safe for vegetables? Will the metal contaminate the soil?
Herb garden off back deck steps
brown are more traditional; and unpainted (which starts out a gray color and weathers to a rusty patina) lends itself to more modern and contemporary gardens. It also comes in a range of thicknesses, with the thicker material being more expensive (and more durable) than the thinner edging.Cost: $2.50 to
“Raised plant bed side yrd” — letdali
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
the patio from the home’s kitchen, making the space ideal for outdoor dining. The gravel and cobblestone walk branching off to the left of the front door leads to the vegetable and perennial gardens. The idea for the vegetable garden was to recreate the tradition of a kitchen garden which
this walk to encourage stopping to view and enjoy the gardens. On either side of the front door, gravel and cobblestone walks branch off into the garden spaces. The one on the right leads to a flagstone with cobblestone border patio space. Since the home has no designated backyard like
vegetable garden is surrounded by mixed perennial beds along the inside of the wood picket fence which surrounds the entire garden space. Another area designated for a bench is provided here to encourage stopping and viewing. The home’s original smokehouse, completely restored and used as a garden shed
“Shutter color” — marki13
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