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Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
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Cannes Architecte Paysagiste Garden Projects
The simplicity of cement w/nature. Urban garden. Easy to care for and mow w/reel
Cannes Architecte Paysagiste Garden Projects
Passage herbe...Garden layout...Opening to other garden...large garden...Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
“Stepping stones” — kimandjules
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
Best of Houzz 2013, 2014 & 2015
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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Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
the name of thhis beutiful tall pencil conifer. How tall and wide does it grow?
Hello Tanyan. That is an Italian Cypress. It is planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian
Italian Cypress planted in the ground and they are huge and still growing. There is also a type that they call Tiny Towers that are more compact and do not
great wall treatment for secret garden
“pot” — arcjeremy
Carson Arthur Design
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Make use of vertical space. Chalkboards, climbing walls and buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls
The little sand area, the wall units where plants can grow
and buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
Clever zoning helps give portions of the garden a clear identity. Here, the play area is towards the rear of the garden, but, thanks to its slightly elevated
also showed us that different age groups need different features within the garden, and that this should be considered in the design. It is no good to expect
on grass surrounded by their parents' prize herbaceous border.This small garden follows his precepts perfectly by allocating space for each purpose: There's
“Idea” — Dilek Dalgıç
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
Cosy garden space...Arched garden walk...dream garden...Back walk area to garden...Garden Details
“Outside” — Lucy Pol
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Moshav
Maybe lower the garden to give more privacy.
agricultural services anymore, the family maintains an edible garden filled with olives, lemons, herbs, lavender and tomatoes. The outdoor table easily seats
cultive toujours un potager qui comprend des oliviers, des citronniers, des herbes aromatiques, de la lavande et des tomates. La table du salon de jardin peut
and is used for family dinners, incorporating fresh ingredients from the garden, and for entertaining guests. See more photos of this home | Show us your
“B. idea for deck size. Simple roof and railing” — Julie Klus
Glorious Gardens Inc
Informal front yard garden
Not everyone wants a sea of grass for a front yard. This pocket garden provides a "living" room just steps away from the front door.
What are the flowers growing between the rocks, please?
Ruellia can become an invasive pest and is not an intentional addition to this garden.
Informal front yard garden Not everyone wants a sea of grass
“Stones” — married466
Annette Tatum
Love grass or moss growing between steps - whatever the sun could provide
create a little house out of sunflowers (if you live in an area where they can grow well of course). As a tip, if you're creating a hideaway that's going to
to remove the sod underneath. Otherwise, it won't get enough sunlight to grow and you'll end up with dead, patchy grass where your beautiful kid hideout
2. Organisez une garden partyDans le même esprit que le goûter, organisez une garden party ! Petits et grands seront ravis de gambader
of mini tepees. They look great and are fun to play and hide in, plus a garden is open to the elements and has no ear-damaging acoustics, making it the
“outdoor playtime with tee pees” — 1freenana
Nest Architects
Cottage Place
realised they could turn the little-used front yard into a kitchen garden filled with herbs and vegies they could use for cooking.Photography: Lauren Bamford
realized they could turn the little-used front yard into a kitchen garden filled with herbs and vegetables they could use for cooking.
“door” — catpyun
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