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flat planes, gardens tend to be built with the third dimension. But we can still use his theories in three dimensions.Here the house and garden seem as though
strong Mondrian-esque features, including rectangular planes, though the garden especially gives us a great template for creating a Mondrian design. The
Like the facade and the water body.
Ames Lake Studio
and how much is the rain water system? Also what is the capacity?
Love the water tank, where did you get it?
no the water in the cistern does not currently feedback to the building but we designed the system so that we could use the water as grey water. Currently
Currently we are unable to use it for potable/drinking water because of health codes. And yes we would need to add a filtering system.
Rain catchment system for landscape watering
appropriate for landscaping needs. Water conservation fixtures and xeriscaping can help reduce the overall need for water and the demand on the water collection
Rain barrels can supplement water provided by a well. This greywater is most appropriate for landscaping needs. Water conservation fixtures and xeriscaping
Is the water recycled back into the
Andrew Whyte Landscape Design
Glen Iris Project
Love the water feature. Hopefully we can get something similar in Perth?
fence; build walls; plant; features; etc. The water feature comes from Water Features Direct and they can cost you for this which is around the $2000 area
Are you aware of similar water features company I can purchase from in the US?
RAISED GARDEN BEDS WITH A WATER FEATURE- I LIKE!
well-drained soil and lots of water as the new trees are becoming established, especially in warmer zones.
9. Add a vertical water featureDistract attention
upright water feature that will fit easily into a narrow space. Painting the fence a dark colour ties it into the stone surrounds of the water so they
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence
GOOD WATER FEATURE FOR AGAINST WALL
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
GF Rhode Construction, Inc. Landscape Contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Steel Fabrication: Wovensteel and Richard Duca Water Systems: Pond Creations by Sean
round basin, emptying into a channel that meanders through the narrow back garden at ground level, ending finally in a boulder fountain. Devised to minimize
How long is the stream and does a pump bring the water back to the wat
approximately 60 feet long. There is a pump in the water basin that is shown here to bring the water back to the top. The stream in the foreground is part
Thanks for your question. The whole water feature is actually two recirculating systems. The upper stream, in the hand rill seen in the back of this photo
part of the second system and has a second pump to recirculate water. This stream is approximately 30 feet long. It was complex but a lot of fun to figure
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Love the water feature. Consider this yet another plea for you to Please share
I am refinishing heart pine floors in my living room and kitchen and can't decide if I should go with oil or water base poly
Where are the products and materials available for purchase regarding this water feature??
Can you tell me what materials were used to construct the water feature?
leaches any of the colour into the water. Thanks!
can you send me any photos or designs you did to make the water feature i would love to do this for
I believe the material for the water feature may be a thin sheet metal - Corten Steel which is weathered steel and comes in many sizes and thicknesses
I've called around for a clear sealer, but no one has anything suitable for water immersion.
floors oil vs water based
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
Grand Rapids, Michigan In collaboration with Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects and Leslie Jones & Associates. Photos by Scott Shigley.
Is the water stagnant or circulating? How does it stay so clear/clean? Love everything about this landscape!
MM maybe under pergola stones with water
Front garden dark colours with brickwork
the landscape are divided by a small, raised pool finished as an extension of the architecture. The sheet of water slides over the edge of the water feature
cobbles in the base create interest, while the clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden. The raising and separating of the rill by the use of a surround
is used in the water feature ?...water feature in a garden or entry...Stones in the bottom of water feature
sustainable garden design perth
A Japanese Garden
A japanese garden created in combination with a herb and vegetable garden contained in weathered Cor-ten steel tanks. The dry river bed was created using
using recycled mild steel pieces and naturally arranged river stones. The water feature was designed in unison with Yael K Designs.
I like the metal channel to direct the water runoff
Steel beam for water path. Want to do this along the back
can survive well with a bit of grey water and minimal manure.It’s also a good idea when selecting plants for your garden, to choose the right plants for the
win-win-win situation.More: Easy Vegetable Gardens for Black Thumbs
3. Waterwise plant selectionsThis garden features a contemporary dry river bed, decorative
Japanese garden - Faux water feature...Possible rill idea for our garden
list, for a country garden setting on a farm. I hope to reduce my bending while tending plants. I am sure they will require extra water and could get hot
Has anyone figured out how to add a self-watering system to these troughs? Would be a great solution
Did you add drains to these water troughs or do they come with a drain?
have holes, but it's easy to have someone drill some holes, or if you do a "garden Lasagna" set up, you won't even have to drill holes, just start with twigs
Google this technique for more info & good luck! I plan to do raised gardens this year too due to a disability
you could even put your empty water bottles in the bottom for a filler and drainage then put you dirt and potting