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Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
The stone is bluestone. In the Chicago area it is readily available at landscape supply/garden centers.
the Tile (for outdoors) and the rocks in between
Garden design pebbles
other form garden house
Zen garden...Cool tiles...Small garden...slate tiles...rain garden
“Bamboo wall and pavers.” — gladagain
VietPhu Design Construction Corporation
Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
clay tile roof
gated courtyard garden
tha garden is awesome
garden wall
“gated courtyard garden” — Alec Hussey
4 Reviews
Rooftop Haven
Mexican Beach pebbles...commonly available at landscape supply shops (possibly even big box hardware store with garden center).
Boxed garden with bamboo would add privacy for the roof and beautiful white noise of the leaves to drown out the Dhaka cacophony.
stone tiles for deck
Simple rooftop garden
The tiles...garden pot design...Terrace garden...rock garden...tile flooring
“Planta para balcón” — María Victoria Del Vecchio
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
of the square appears perfect when it is used as a planter or raised bed, where it balances the loose plantings beyond.More: Geometry Roots Great Garden Design
rocks around pathway of tiles
Conceptual Garden like Eric Carles
Concrete raised bed gardens.
Boxes for garden - veg
raised beds for garden
Container Garden...ron's garden...Perfect garden...Garden beds
“Keep landscaping low where we don't want view blocked.” — pcmom1
1 Review
Noosa Little Cove Australia
Stylish entry court yard garden, with asian influence, by 4Blue and designed by Jamie Loft
Garden, pool, tile wall
tiled wall...Wall tile...Tile work...garden wall...Tile wall...Tiled wall
“pond” — mbrow102
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
8 Reviews
Zen Garden
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
Like the idea of a zen garden.
Zen garden that doubles as horseshoe pit
Turn my pocket garden into a zen garden
rock garden could be fun in areas you don't Like
you can get a sense of water flowing around the beautiful rock in this relaxing Zen garden made by AguaFina Gardens International.
Circles emanate from a mound of rocks symbolizing mountains in a quiet Zen garden. The gravel has been hand-raked to suggest the ripples on the surface of water caused
represent rippling water in a Zen garden, where simple objects of nature are used to create a place for contemplation.
Interiors can be designed to have motion and variability, but so can spaces that are visible through windows in the house, like this Japanese rock garden.
“calm zen feeling...sacred-ness of space” — trodakowski
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
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 couple of plants
Japanese garden/water feature for new house
The layout of a Japanese garden, cool and inviting.
Zen gardens are designed to create a stripped-down awareness of thought.
In rock gardens. Rock gardens are unique growing environments, and not all plants will appreciate the arid conditions. In addition to alpine plants, there are some ground covers that flourish in these conditions and can create
create interesting, low-maintenance and miniature gardens. Knawel cushion (Scleranthus biflorus, zones 9 to 11) is a truly fascinating specimen that will likely become a feature in your rock garden. This slow growing, mound-forming plant provides a dense carpet of green foliage that will slowly creep over
“Small space idea” — vdifranco
Modern Landscape
What kind of gravel would be good for a zen garden like this? I love this ok.
Chinese sand garden in master garden
something some what like a Japanese garden
could do a zen garden somewhere with rose quartz crystal
For the real source of minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate
minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel, raked into swirling patterns, are pure minimalism.Japanese gardens were created in the pursuit of spirital balance, but in the West this has become a garden style.
now. When you're finished, rake up excess debris, leaves and other litter from planting areas and the lawn. An ordered space is more relaxing, and a garden may be the prime spot for personal revival.
“Something new. Different.” — prabuppal
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