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nice idea for bespoke/high end
great idea for columns
Display idea...Gift shop...great idea....
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Atherton Japanese Garden
work of a gifted flat spade?
Zen idea other than cheesy heart
Rock ideas 7...front yard ideas....Landscaping idea...someone for ideas.
Worship in metal...cool gift for Steven
wall art. idea for main hallway
Stairs ideas...good ideas...design idea
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Backyard Ideas to Delight Your Dog
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Another idea would be to use a water feature as a bridge between the two spaces.
landscape idea...Lower deck ideas
A little piece of Asia
better idea of the cost to create this look with iron?
Although I don't know the conditions, I imagine that this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps
biflorus, a New Zealand native. It's really happy in full sun, and requires good drainage.
biflorus a New Zealand native, I'm not sure which other countries it is available in. It can handle full sun just fine, but doesn't like wet feet. I hope that helps.
The plant is Scleranthus biflorus, a New Zealand native. It's really happy in full sun, but requires good drainage
Garden ideas, breaking up back yard
Bio Friendly Gardens
Nice idea for the entrance to the pool.
great idea, but fun pathways to get there are as well. Multicolored or oddly shaped pavers can be fun for kids to hope around on. Think rocks, stumps or pebbles to encourage a game of "avoid the lava." You can easily add these materials to a patch of grass or an existing slab.
Virginia W. Kelsey, AIA
Yes, we still call it Penn. blue flagstone but you are correct it came from New York.
Bluestone. We used to say Pennsylvania Blue Flagstone but I actually believe it came from New York.
the idea of a planter around the jacuzzi
came from New York....fountain idea...Pool ideas...garden idea...like this idea.