605 mass planting Garage and Shed Design Photos

Garden CottageAndre Rothblatt Architecture
Like the shed and stone and plants
the plant pots and color if the house
mass planting...potted plants
Winding Way ResidenceSimpson Design Group Architects
mass plantings
container plants...potted plants
Field HouseEstes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
mass planting
Beaman Home ArtBeaman Building and Realty, Inc.
mass planting
Residence for Two ArchitectsSam Rodell | Architect AIA
mass planting
Lincoln Edible EstateNatalie DeNormandie
8-year phased project with terraced bluestone patio, sunken barn patio, greenhouse, sugar shack, orchard, native meadow, native bee plantings, grass massings, driveway plantings, cloister garden with pizza oven, raised water garden, and espaliered wisteria, trees, and vines. Photography by Liz Linder (www
acrylic or glass house for small plants or birds
Lincoln Edible EstateNatalie DeNormandie
8-year phased project with terraced bluestone patio, sunken barn patio, greenhouse, sugar shack, orchard, native meadow, native bee plantings, grass massings, driveway plantings, cloister garden with pizza oven, raised water garden, and espaliered wisteria, trees, and vines. Photography by Liz Linder (www
Writers StudioCORE Landscape Group
Gravel, sharp distinction between grass and garden, nice mass planting
plantings/overall yard layout
bench/fountain/led\plant ledge combo
Writer's studioCORE Landscape Group
pea gravel paths along grass mass plantings of med height ornamental grass
Plants, gravel, and wood
deck plants and ambience
Greenhouse LivingGroundswell Design Group, LLC
awareness of regional native plants. Public university extension offices also have resources for native plants and wild plant communities, with a wealth of knowledge about what works best. Near me I have the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which even has a native plant greenhouse featuring seasonal
NATIVE PLANTS How to Find the Right Native Plants for Your Yard 1. Nurseries, university extension offices and farmer’s markets. Obviously, the first place you’ll probably look for native plants is at a nearby nursery. Hopefully you’ll shop at local,
seasonal sales, along with a trial and display garden full of local plants. You can also check out local farmer’s markets to see if there are any smaller start-up vendors with native plants.
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