795 lawn Eclectic Outdoor Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Randy Thueme Design Inc.
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below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside it.
12. Fun alternatives. This fence is made from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful
from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn,
Fun alternatives. This fence is made from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing
fence is made from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles, posts anchored below a synthetic lawn
I like this fence because it provides the necessary barrier without being a barrier to the view of the garden/lawn on the other side. I have been wondering how I could fence of my fish pond in the middle
“Fence” — jlhendrickson
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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Riverfront garden with fescue-lawn path and regionally native plants including oak-leaf hydrangea, new hampshire purple geranium, creeping juniper, coreopsis, rudbeckia and blue-eyed grass. These gardens require minimal water and maintenance and they offer seasonal variation, color and food for local
Lose the lawn. In a true cottage garden, a lawn is rarely the focal point. If you do want a bit of green, consider using grass as your path material. A low-mow fescue will keep your maintenance levels down while adding to the informal feel.
Lose the lawn. In a true cottage garden, a lawn is rarely
wondering path of lawn, boardering plants
lawn as a subset, not the main focus
I like how this lawn is used like a walkway. Perhaps the feel of the North side yard.
“grass path to lake” — pagroadstar
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
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Spiral Lawn at Private Winnetka Residence
Yes. The mow patterns were established with setting the lawn mower at 2 different heights. Once established, the tall stripe requires less mowing than the short.
okay no patience to maintain something such a lawn but this is AWESOME
good use of large lawn without spending a lot of money
new way to mow the lawn
“now grass” — fayeguinn
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Diamond Hill Estate
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in Lake Tahoe. We have issues with rabbits and our dog's urine ruining the grass. We've tried everything. Thinking of options and the natural, whispy lawn looks intriguing.
The Case for Losing the Traditional Lawn Photo 5 of 6 Have you heard of nature deficit disorder? I know — it sounds silly at first
Path with longer grass surrounding. Good for our front lawn?
No mow lawns--how serene is this?
“love the grasses” — riverwalk32
GreenRoof Asia
Australian International School, Hong Kong
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a rooftop lawn is the ultimate urban outdoor luxury. Not only does it look beautiful, but it can actually improve your building's efficiency. Richard Cooke of Green Roof Asia says he always puts a drainage layer and filter fleece on the roof before installing a rooftop lawn. "Adding a lawn to your rooftop
rooftop can act as a second waterproofing layer," he says. "A lawn reacts like a sponge, catching rain, and the absorption can actually help serve as an additional protective membrane between your roof and the interior below."
“cool...simple use of cement circles” — calbear94
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
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Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
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I like lawn instead of concrete around pool
Dare to add some dramatic color to the garden this year. There are many ways to bring bold splashes of color to your patio, border or lawn, such as simply throwing a few bright accessories around, painting a chair a shocking hue, adding a few colorful planters or creating a master plan
sculpture on lawn by pool would be a great idea
Additional grass seed tips:Seed mixtures contain two or three different types of grass seeds to create a healthy, diverse lawn that will stay green all season. Seed blends, on the other hand, contain different varieties of the same kind of grass for a more uniform look. Ask
when the seedlings reach 2 to 3 inches in height.Sowing seed is a great one-person afternoon project.More: How to Prep Your Ground for a Healthy New Lawn
“Yard” — richards1014
CYAN Horticulture
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC
Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC photo credit: Dave Demers, Principal at CYAN Horticulture
flowers that grow well for meadow lawns - can mow in high setting and/or keep low mowed like walkways thru
like the concept of a meadow lawn
traditionally maintained lawn. The lawn is allowed to grow naturally but controlled by irregular mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower meadow but on a smaller, more manageable scale.
a meadow lawn is an area created from
from an existing traditionally maintained lawn. The lawn is allowed to grow naturally but controlled by irregular mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants
“natural lawn” — billscabin
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
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and most important thing to do. Start with the lawn even if you have more weeds than actual grass; mow it and give it a good raking. Spring raking removes thatch and any debris from the fall and winter. If you look closely at this picture, you'll see the lawn is a little bare, and except for the trees and
and most important thing to do. Start with the lawn even if you have more weeds than actual grass; mow it and give it a good raking. Spring raking removes thatch and any debris from the fall and winter. If you look closely at this picture, you'll see the lawn is a little bare, and except for the trees and
“love this rock stacked” — Euniece-Steven Dellinger
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