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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
We purchase these from Asian Ceramics (Duarte, CA - wholesale) or Terra Sol Nursery (Goleta, CA - retail). I know them only as "glazed Vietnamese pottery".
sure who the manufacturer of pond and pump housing is as they were scavenged from another job site...
housing is as they were scavenged from another job site..."
“Water feature” — mattalbuquerque
Earth Design, Inc.
11 Reviews
Dry Streams, Rain Gardens and Bog Gardens
like this forest, a simple palette of native plants that don't mind having their toes wet (think ferns, sedges and reeds) will appear right at home.
Brad says this might work for us. The water goes from the south to the north from the back of the back yard of the neighbor
natural paths of erosion; They look nice, can have some plants ,too, and might be designed in a way to slow the water flow during rain and increase absorption
Edges to terrace from sides of fence into yard
flow of water, reduce the chances of erosion and give the water time to seep into the soil. In a setting like this forest, a simple palette of native plants that don't mind having their toes wet (think ferns, sedges and reeds) will appear right at home.
“natural” — problemyardscape
24 Reviews
Outdoor Christmas Floral Arrangment
love plant holder with Christmas décor....
good use 4 my plant stand
Lovely plant stand to add interest to the front entrance....
Plant stand like mine!
Idea for Mom's plant holder
“Bồn hoa” — thanhhuong238
Luci.D Interiors
Whenever possible, they used reclaimed objects and materials from around the farm to add rustic industrial-style details. The porch steps are made from a repurposed cattle grid, while potted plants hunker down in 44-gallon fuel drums cut in half. A cluster of barren gum tree branches
9. Waste not want notThis outdoor planter is made from an old fuel drum that was cut in half. The drum is large enough to plant a tree inside and the weathered exterior gives it an industrial edge.
“Love the socks” — kalkbaylover
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Erin Waldman
water source. The transitional zone is for plants that need occasional watering, particularly during times of drought, and is located a hose-draggable distance from the water source. The xeric zone is for plants that need no supplemental water. These plants are never watered once they are established
watering wisely. Plants need water on a regular basis the first weeks after planting or transplanting, and during development — even those that are drought tolerant. I have my garden beds divided into watering zones: oasis, transitional and xeric. The oasis zone is for thirstier plants; it's located near
“How to water” — Cindy Haynes
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Rustic Refined
add planting areas within patio area to break up design from so much brick. use planting areas to guide direction of pathways
extended brick patio with plants along borders
plant "pit"...brick around plants
“Brick work” — flerric
Paul Hofmann Construction
17 Reviews
Victoria Architectural Millwork
I like the use of color here. Bringing in the green from outside with a light brown trim makes it perfect.
sill for plants, pics & nicnacs
Wide window sills for plants on the screened porch (painted to match framework)
the walls weren't green -- and there should be another like it on the other pedestal). Get new furniture that is sleek and contemporary. Move large plants to corners (why is the one in front of the door??), replace those on windowsill with coordinated containers that do not overlap the sill (use rectangular
“Paint room a color that complements the wood trim. Place two identical or coordinated art objects on” — cashester
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Nicole's Houzz Tour and Ingledale
License plate, bookshelf tv stand, pop or orange, plant
Plant as room division
indoor plant
“Colour/Texture” — rando543
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