448 dry creek Asian Home Design Photos

Garden Culture Victoria
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dry creek garden
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dry creek bed- for street and drainage
River rock dry creek beds to direct drainage
Love the dry creek on the hill side
dry creek bed for under bridge
larger than pea gravel, typically 1 inch and larger in diameter. They're available in a variety of colors, costs and sizes, and are used to create dry creek beds or to direct drainage through a property. Cost: This type of rock is sold by the pound or by the ton. Per-pound costs range from 5 cents to 35
through this type of rock; maintenance should be consistent so you can avoid unpleasant cleanups.Special considerations: To create a realistic-looking dry creek bed, use different sizes of river rock with some small and large boulder accents — Mother Nature doesn't limit herself to just one size rock.Maintenance:
“use of rock” — mylouie
Urban Oasis
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Asian Sanctuary
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Use a dry planter pot or fountain with rocks, water and mud! ---- for imaginative and sensory activities!!!
Dry riverbed for Phase II Nature Explore
Great example of a dry creekbed
birds chirping aren't only enticing, but they inspire curiosity. This dry creek is a great and safe place for playing children. Just add a trickle of water from a hose to encourage experimentation or mud making. If a dry creek isn't in the cards, use a large planter pot or fountain with elements like
doesn’t like to play with rocks? Their various edges are smooth like skin or rough like teeth. Pile them up and make some garden art. Create fences. Build dry streambeds at the base of a downspout to carry water out into the garden. Rocks rock.
“Dry stream bed, very Zen” — Glenn Dickinson
Garden Culture Victoria
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dry creek garden
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Curvy dry riverbed and plops of ground cover to soak up moisture.
Integration of plants and dry creek bed
dry creek bed with wood pathway
boardwalk with a dry river bed
Dry bed creek and wooden path
Dry Creek with Plantings 4
dry creek bed effect
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dry creek bed with broadwalk
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“simple, clean design” — ldmuse
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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interest to your dry creek bed.
Large flat stones, red leaves, dry stream
love the japanese maple along the creek bed
Create empty creek for rain over flow
Add a specimen tree. Create one or more focal points along your creek bed by adding
weeping and contorted trees to add that final layer of interest to your dry creek bed.More: Protect a Precious Resource With a Rain Garden
Add a specimen tree. Create one or more focal points along your creek bed by adding a rare or colorful tree. If you are working with a large area, a trio of similar but not identical trees staggered along the bed can make quite an impact.Consider Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs, zones 5 to 8) or weeping
“Love the contrasting colors and the repetition of trees, stones, etc” — ggglitz
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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make a dry creek bed for when it rains! Like Shannon's
like the dry creek bed
Directions for dry creek bed
Woodsy dry creek bed II
Landscaping the creek
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“Shade plants” — tebore
Verdance Landscape Design
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Japanesesque garden
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Need plans for small decorative bridge for my dry creek bed, will build it in a woodworking class.
embedded the large cobble stones into that... which in turn necessitated a drain inlet, pipe, and dry well to receive all the stormwater that would be concentrated by the newly poured "bathtub."
Does this dry creek have drainage pipe under it or was it just laid over gravel and weed block?
The creek was intended to be set directly into the soil, so that stormwater would percolate evenly through the entire creek down to the groundwater. However, the installer actually poured a concrete base and embedded
bridge over creek & stones mostly up bank then pavers up to sidewalk?
Dg walking paths over dry creek
“Bridge and dry creek bed” — klholden
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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An artistic dry creek bed was installed to address runoff issues. Photo by Jay Sifford
Make a dry creek bed with rocks and branches. Makes look like movement in landscape
dry creek bed as part of garden
sidehill idea ...dry creekbed use some pruning branches mix
Dry creek beds are another way to introduce implied movement. A day trip to explore streams and rivers will yield valuable insight for designing a realistic-looking creek bed. Be sure to
One of my favorite places to play as a kid was in the creek. What a great idea to incorporate a "dry creek bed" into the backyard.
Dry creek beds are another way to introduce implied movement. A day trip to explore streams and rivers will yield valuable insight for designing a
“dry creek bed” — mpelescak
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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View of dry river with stone, outdoor pagodas and maples.
the dry "creekbed" ass a sense of relaxation and the maples created the perfect contrast.
large rocks transitioning to dry creek
Put your thumb over the statue. You're left with a dry creek bed
dry creek bed - large boulders
ideas for a dry stream
Lowered Dry riverbed
creek again, trellis, with
dry creek with larger rock
pagoda, dry landscape
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“Japanese maple with pagoda” — Reeser Elemental Design
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