Le jardinet
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Moss elements in the garden traditional-landscape
 

Moss elements in the garden

Artists; Lewis and Little, WA
Le jardinet
URL
http://www.lejardinetdesigns.com

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Creating a fantasy. Internationally renowned artists George Little and David Lewis are known for their concrete sculptures that evoke a sense of ancient times.Tall Grecian-inspired columns are one of their most popular designs. When placed in a shallow pool of water and surrounded by lush foliage, as shown here, they quickly develop a layer of moss in the damp atmosphere, adding to the magical fantasy of discovering an ancient ruin.

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Ben Lokey added this to ben_lokey's ideas
August 24, 2014
garden sculptures
sschmokel added this to sschmokel's Favorites
July 17, 2014
Stone leaft
K Stanhope added this to garden
May 29, 2014
nice sculpture in the shade garden
arunshalini added this to arunshalini's ideas landscape
April 27, 2014
dense verdant plantation
littlebluestem added this to future landscaping
April 26, 2014
charming shade garden
linron added this to new home ideas
April 23, 2014
the different textures and leaf shapes
Darcy Howe added this to darcy_howe's ideas
April 20, 2014
soothing
suestefko added this to Landscape Ideas
April 20, 2014
Tall Grecian-inspired columns are one of their most popular designs. When placed in a shallow pool of water and surrounded by lush foliage, as shown here, they quickly develop a layer of moss in the damp atmosphere, adding to the magical fantasy of discovering an ancient ruin.
bobbiejh added this to bobbiejh's Ideas
April 20, 2014
love this sculptured leaf..
shivakashi added this to Landscape Ideas
April 18, 2014
moss
erinnchecchi added this to erinnchecchi's ideas
April 17, 2014
great texture/form
philomene2 added this to Landscape Ideas
April 14, 2014
structure avec mousse 'on top' (tuyau?)
mooch4225 added this to backyard
April 14, 2014
Use those old pipes or drain tiles and 'blend' in with moss.
jvlinteriors added this to houzz ideas
April 14, 2014
george little and david lewis concrete
dawnrichards added this to Landscape Ideas
April 14, 2014
shaded garden and how full it is.
dawnwadsworth added this to Garden / Landscaping
April 14, 2014
giant leaf
majwa added this to garden
April 13, 2014
art and texture in Little & Lewis garden
Melissa Fennen added this to melissa_fennen's ideas
April 13, 2014
moss on the sculpture
jagrgirl added this to awesome closet to bar idea-love the doors
April 13, 2014
check description about column and pool! perfect
mi2ct added this to Landscape Ideas
April 13, 2014
easy but interesting garden feature w/o being "cute"
ghmitchell added this to ghmitchell's Ideas
April 13, 2014
Contrasts!
Cindy Bibb added this to gardens
April 13, 2014
Cover sundial base with moss
Sue Snuggs added this to Gardens
April 13, 2014
just love the leaf and moss
gardens4us added this to Patio Ideas
April 13, 2014
Moss smoothie. If you are impatient for nature to take its course, you can easily kick-start a moss culture with one of these two recipes, which are said to work equally well. For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation is low (that is, in spring or fall). Yogurt base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with a large carton of plain yogurt. Slowly add buttermilk to form a slurry. Beer base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with 12 ounces of beer plus 1 teaspoon of granulated sugar to form a slurry. With either blend, brush the mix onto the desired surface and spritz daily with water until it becomes established. Conditions needed: Morning sun or all-day filtered sun Damp or humid atmosphere
scarfed added this to scarfed's Ideas
April 13, 2014
Fabulous
lyndian added this to Landscape Ideas
April 12, 2014
Gunnera leaf
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