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Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,310
Questions2
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel
“walking labyrinth” — A Yard & A Half Landscaping Cooperative, Inc.
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Q. Le
Ideabooks14,700
Questions4
Where can we get plans for this building?
The rocks and plan things are a good idea. ~sdh
Plans for building
“Gazebo , Japanese style” — gvalino
SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks8,594
Questions3
can go. Deck builders will be able to read your site plan, assess where the setback is and if there’s a well or septic tank, and create the drawings to submit for a permit. “It can be hard for a homeowner to pull a permit, draw up the construction plan and build it right according to all the codes,” Jellema
“wood deck detail” — tafontaine
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Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,340
Questions9
Cover big stone and plan zen seating area
- Professional Site Planning
“Using what we have already ,,,lots of rocks” — jroden
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks9,863
Questions7
Planning a japanese garden in a tiny city yard. Need a Focal point ..I love that lantern
so that they will not shift, then filled in around with gravel. However, this path is intended for minimal use and is symbolic in nature. If you plan to constuct a highly traveled pathway, I would recommend a concrete base with the stones mortared on top to lessen the possibility of future settlement
one-half or entirely off, depending on whether you'd like it to grow a little more slowly, a lot more slowly, or not grow at all that year. You can even plan the future shape of your pines by removing some candles, cutting others by half and leaving some to grow. This technique allows you to choose which
“lantern” — ldrevenstedt
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
1 Review
Entry Pergola
Ideabooks268
Questions1
Since this is an arched pergola it is so unique and I was wondering if the plans were available for sale? Thank you Marci marcien.shafer@gmail.com
Are plans available for puchase
“nice stairway and a pagoda” — _lynda_8
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks4,341
Questions2
- Professional Site Planning
“Fountain design” — semat99
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks8,655
Questions6
- Professional Site Planning
“solid look but squres r t large dogs can jump out” — anthonywever
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