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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Cor-Ten Cattails Sculptural Fence
Ideabooks53,938
Questions15
inches apart, the award winning Cor-Ten Cattails Sculptural fence was designed for a home in Berwyn, Pennsylvania as a yard sculpture that also keeps deer out. Made of COR-TEN, a steel alloy that eliminates the need for painting and maintains a rich, dark rust color without corroding, the fence stanchions
I would love something like this to keep deer out of my garden, but in
I wouldn't want to fall out of an airplane onto that! LOL. Beautiful work...
pass through the 8" wide gaps between Cor-Ten stanchions, but the original goal of this fence was to provide a sculptural enclosure that would keep out deer and not obstruct the views from the house of the natural surroundings.
WOW - spectacular idea and execution! Bravo. With deer being such a problem in our area, this is a beautiful solution for the right client$$$$.
“great dear fence” — swremele
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks15,166
Questions8
Use gravel and box hedges to give this illusion.
right across the space. Here, light-coloured gravel edged with cream pavers makes this entry courtyard feel light and spacious, with the clipped box hedging providing a crisp green border. The stainless-steel globe opposite the front door is a beautiful device to direct visitors to the entrance.
fruit trees can function as screens along a fence. Citrus trees, like those shown here, are easy to keep within bounds. For other fruit trees, you will need to employ summer pruning techniques to keep them smaller. Provide enough soft surface space under the trees' canopies so that any falling fruit
And if you're in a warmer climate, a citrus tree (or four) will keep you rich in bright color (not to mention vitamin C) for months on end. For colder climates, pot a dwarf citrus tree for the same effect. Next: Fill your eyes with more photos of yellow!
“Trees on one side arborvitae on other” — pserwa
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks8,031
Questions1
Wall out of Massachusetts Goshen stone deters anmials
great idea to keep out deer
ha ha wall....designed to preserve views and keep wildlife out
A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when someone approaching
creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when someone approaching the wall sees there’s a barrier. Here the wall is made of Massachusetts Goshen stone, and it helps create a clear view from the upper while keeping out wildlife.
9. A ha-ha wall. A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when someone approaching the wall sees there’s a barrier. Here the wall is made of Massachusetts Goshen
“looks like our old foundation on the lot” — raebasso
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Bright Green
Spa Living Wall
Ideabooks6,411
Questions5
choosing suitable plant materials. Putting in evergreen plants keeps the wall looking good year round. Hens and chicks (sempervivum) do fantastic in living walls. I have used their product (Bright Green) before and I really like it! You can start out small and use one or two of the modules to create a living
what kind of hedge it's this and could wr plant it to cover the retaining wall?
Nice hedge ,this would stop my neighbour from hacking my trees, double the trees
“love the stone!” — Angelia Turner
John Bentley
Private home
Ideabooks15,602
Questions10
is there anytpye of retaining wall around this patio? we did ares by pouring cement and rebarb. the purpose was to keep everything tight. it looks like there is one in this picture.
how tall will the trees get? I would love to get some to plant along a fence to block out the road that I can see.
Patio and landscape privacy hedge
trees as hedges...Tall hedges...Hedge row...privacy hedge
“Like the cedar trees and the simplicity of the yard” — steveb777
Cathy Rosenhaus Garden Designs
In Town Renovation
Ideabooks520
Questions1
evergreen & not much fuss. I would probably like to plant some herbs like lavender, purple or golden sage & thyme in place of grass to help keep bugs out of the strawberries.
small hedge in front of metal fencing
pine hedge...Fence and hedges...tall hedge...arborvitae hedge...boxwood hedges...evergreen hedges...Tall Hedge trees
“Gate post and railings” — tatos
Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
Ideabooks1,500
Questions3
Totally deer proof. It can be done. Fills up the space perfectly.
storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees healthy and ensure a long life.
When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the
strong wood to help prevent storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees healthy and ensure a long life.
Photo 5 of 10 When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees
When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees
“Collection of Blue spruce” — ebrewster1
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
Ideabooks4,135
Questions3
boxwood hedge might be 18 to 24 inches deep,” she says. “That takes up a lot of space. Faux boxwood comes in squares that are 3 inches deep that you can staple to a fence. They’re absolutely gorgeous, don’t require water and take up no room whatsoever.”
Get More From Your Small Backyard #8. Keep maintenance
Beyerl says. San Francisco designer Martha Angus used artificial turf in the backyard space shown here; she also recommends faux boxwood. “A boxwood hedge might be 18 to 24 inches deep,” she says. “That takes up a lot of space. Faux boxwood comes in squares that are 3 inches deep that you can staple to
Beyerl says. San Francisco designer Martha Angus used artificial turf in the backyard space shown here; she also recommends faux boxwood. “A boxwood hedge might be 18 to 24 inches deep,” she says. “That takes up a lot of space. Faux boxwood comes in squares that are 3 inches deep that you can staple to
“Tier” — tfelliott
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