Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
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Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping added this to Dry Riverbeds Solve Water Runoff
While the sense of energy and vitality created by the dry riverbed above is enhanced by the contrast in color between the river rock and surrounding stone, riverbeds surrounded by materials of more analogous materials, like the decomposed granite here, still convey richness and vitality.Note: A rain chain visible on the left of this photo allows water to permeate into the ground and feed back into the groundwater table. An infiltration pit could help move excess water off the property.

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heatherd1968 added this to garden
March 1, 2014
Dry river in Albuquerque
1dogtown added this to 1dogtown's ideas
February 12, 2014
Use of rock
rickityrick added this to rickityrick's ideas
January 19, 2014
Nice cactus and stone garden
g11szucs added this to Dry Creek Bed
June 22, 2013
Dry Creek Bed
Nancy Walton added this to Landscape Ideas
April 1, 2013
arched gate and wall
mndenis added this to Useful ideas
March 11, 2013
Dry streambed; rain chain
Sue's Gardens LLC added this to sue_nazar's ideas
February 27, 2013
Round random sized rocks
barkermahin added this to barkermahin's ideas
April 3, 2012
hacienda style with beachy accents
kittyh added this to Outdoor spaces
March 29, 2012
Like the rain chain
salonikia added this to GROUNDS
March 28, 2012
PEBBLES 4 DRAINAGE & DESIGN
mrp7hz added this to Landscape: Backyard
March 28, 2012
River beds
Diane added this to outside
March 27, 2012
arched mosaic garden wall
suzze added this to suzze's ideas
March 26, 2012
front yard
dksuttle added this to water management
March 26, 2012
While the sense of energy and vitality created by the dry riverbed above is enhanced by the contrast in color between the river rock and surrounding stone, riverbeds surrounded by materials of more analogous materials, like the decomposed granite here, still convey richness and vitality. Note: A rain chain visible on the left of this photo allows water to permeate into the ground and feed back into the groundwater table. An infiltration pit could help move excess water off the property.
Bobby_Jo Lutner added this to outdoors
March 26, 2012
river rock to move water
nkayeb added this to nkayeb's ideas
March 25, 2012
dry river bed
purlieu added this to purlieu's ideas
March 25, 2012
Dry Creek Bed
suewho57 added this to suewho57's ideas
March 25, 2012
Grays blues natural
wendytomczak added this to Garden
March 25, 2012
pretty
Gia Shaw added this to Garden Ideas
March 25, 2012
dry riverbed
marcelinems added this to marcelinems's ideas
March 25, 2012
rocks
dandrsn added this to exteriors
March 25, 2012
Wall with gate before entrance porch
lkinnaman added this to landscape ideas
March 22, 2012
Rain chain
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