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Driftwood Rustic modern-landscape

Driftwood Rustic

The skeleton was already here; we just needed to bring that skeleton to life! Location and existing architecture inspired a more rustic compliment within the landscape. Here we used natives to the area, deer resistant plants, as well as widened the entry walkway to welcome all sorts of guests! We were able to personalize their captured patio space in the backyard with softer and tender perennials, and keep that Hill Country flare in the front planter beds. This is a project to show there is no need to recreate the wheel- just make the wheel roll smoother.

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nedratexas added this to Outside Thoughts
September 3, 2014
Dillon Tuttle added this to Native Edge
July 4, 2014
Native Edge
pearsull added this to Comments for Blake
June 23, 2014
Raised bed material - metal???? - shape good
juliakrystine added this to backyard landscape
January 23, 2014
Sheet metal for a wall anywhere?
Deborah Batsell added this to deborah_batsell's Ideas
October 26, 2013
Imagine raised beds creating a border that separates the front walkway from the driveway.
kattt006 added this to Garden and areas
September 15, 2013
Raised garden beds and crushed granite
jillkeith added this to landscape
July 22, 2013
adgeruso added this to Landscape Ideas
July 18, 2013
floating stairs
kellcahoon added this to kellcahoon's ideas
June 4, 2013
Lori Goe added this to lori's ideas
April 11, 2013
Good idea for rock pathway floating steps and planter
Cindi Sultemeier added this to Patio and yard
October 29, 2012
Gravel and beds
Staged-4-Style added this to Patios and Terraces
October 24, 2012
Broad steps.
larkmark added this to backyard
September 9, 2012
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July 25, 2012
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