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Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Where can I find the plans for this beautiful garden shed?!?
siberica is also more delicate, almost grass like and is a great asset to the garden as it changes through the seasons - from a beautiful spring green to an
Garden Shed Plans...and stone path...Love this garden!...Wrap path back around...Sweet garden...Tool shed for garden...Garden house...Path and irises...Garden around shed...Garden path shed...Love the garden
“height variety and beautiful combo” — ariel91
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Landscape - Port Melbourne
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stones on garden - against non mowing lawn?
Walkway path...Path mosic...walking path...Rock path...Walk path. O lala!...Small entrance garden...The way path and waterfall...Garden path...wooden path
“fffttt” — Khadija Saukkonen
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Can it really be the front door?
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garden gate is a door with mirror inserts
I like this for secret garden, also would be fun to put in hedge row on property line and go to nowhere
of a secret garden through the "gate," or is that a divided light door glazed with mirror reflecting the greenery along the edge of the path? Nice trick
Two rams guard this entry point in an Italian garden. Historically, Italian gardens were full of well-placed statues and fountains.
Great look! Gateway to a secret garden?
“Très beau” — Léon Borde
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2012 ALE: Duffy Oval Garden
Ideabooks3,994
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shiny balls, green containers, brick path
Great garden plan...path surrounded by plantings...placing tall pots in garden...with border garden...Brick path...outside garden...garden path...2012 ALE: Duffy Oval Garden
“Green pots interspersed” — ssschulze
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
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Love the natural bushes and their placements. Path to the pedestal
45-degree angle to the house. This method allows extended views through the garden while giving your landscape the illusion of being larger. Here, the diagonal
MBR Garden...Garden path...point of intersest on path...Step path...planter and path
“So sculptural” — rayjean76
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
5 Reviews
Backyard Zen
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steps throughout the yard when we got our turn, and we found a few more paths we had to break up. The garage was already supported by a broken concrete
few small box gardens for outside the kitchen
garden beds...Garden Shed 1...garden boxes...Garden and irrigation...Garden path...Raised garden/flower beds...Garden pots and layout...Path from shed...Side yard garden...wood garden bed...Planter boxes for gardening...Path and raised beds...Gate Garden shed
“pleasing lines” — siobanscanlon
GreenRoof Asia
Australian International School, Hong Kong
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are they available to purchase ---- I would love to incorporate into my garden as well.
main garden, stone round path, different circle sizes
using stumps as a path theoigh grass and cutting into the deck
Grass, path, wood...Bubble path...Rooftop garden...Garden path stones...Garden idea...roof garden...circle paver path...Cool roof garden....cement path
“love transition overlay” — 53ghyoung
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
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is carefully used to tie the garden to the residence across the street. This is a unique seaside, low maintenance garden. Drought resistant and salt
salt friendly plantings were used throughout. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become
chair on small paved area, connected by gravel path to house
chair fits in beautifully with the muted tones of this windswept coastal garden.
“Path” — Karen Paisley
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