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Todd Haiman Landscape Design
combines a usable formal small lawn with the informality of the natives. The lawn is a little shaggy right now because I have an electric lawn mower and the lawn is wet from the rain and snow (!) we have had over the last few days. I find I have less weeds in the lawn when I mow it high and let it go
Meadow lawn!!! Low maintenance and romantic. Great for a large backyard.
Must do Give Your Lawn a Taste of the Wild
The opened and closed spaces. A mix of wild and manicured. It's a great idea. Especially for the elderly. They do not have to labor as much to maintain the lawn and yet it looks great.
The treatment of the grass in this orchard is a great example of how changing mowing patterns can create a meadow lawn. The paths are still closely cut while the squares under the trees have converted to meadow, with an abundance of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley (Anthriscus s
Modern Country Lady
Horti View offer a comprehensive range of residential commercial landscape services. Whether a balcony , garden & lawn of plaza, we work within targeted to create an environment that is unique and inviting .By applying a carefully thought-out plan ,from consultation
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Modern Landscape Heights
resistant species that require very little watering. However, they do require routine pruning, which Ms. Borow said she had no problem investing in. Such lawn alternatives are frequently used in Houston landscaping projects that for one reason or the other require something other than a standard planting of
Remington Construction Services
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Mackenzie Pronk Architects
Seaview Beach House
Each room is tilted towards the view and small balconies off the dining and main bedroom provide a viewing platform towards the coastline. The family room opens onto the garden and pool area. Large storage tanks recycle roof water back to the toilets and laundry. photography Roger D'Souza