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Landscape East & West
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Photobook: patios, water features, walls, gates and more!
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Yes, those are hydrangeas. The come in a variety of colors and sizes. They are good options for adding color to your garden throughout the spring and summer months.
Looking build decking ,loved idea of seating
Garden area between our bedroom and dixie
Chairs, background garden
Landscaping possibilities
Gardens and colorful chairs
Landscape East & West
Landscape and deck...Back garden...Bench idea...Back yard idea...Garden, patio...backyard ideas
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Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
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looking for border ideas and this one appealed to me
your home while drawing your plans. You want your garden to be appealing when you walk through it, but it should also look beautiful from your bedroom window as well. A sense of symmetry balanced in landscaping and hardscaping will make sure your garden develops into part of your home's pleasant view.
table, flowers are the centerpiece of the perfect garden party. In spring, when the garden is in full bloom, keep the table flowers simple and fresh, using a palette that complements the yard without matching perfectly. If the posies come from your own garden, all the better.
“Shed size” — krchilton
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
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The garden orb in the center of the path
Large feature piece in the front garden.
great ideas for the front yard. www.luminosodesign.com
pretty garden focus orb in garden
Orb - incorporate into landscaping - perhaps somewhere in front?
Idea would help cover up problem spots in lawn.
This is the view from just outside the studio across the gardens to the main house. This view also shows you just how successful the team was in making the house look like it had grown over the years.
“Non lawn yard” — tami0225
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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Garden Art - wild grass idea
Landscaping Art (great for garden fencing)
LIke the statute in the garden - perfect
Sculpture, single piece in garden landscape
not the sculpture.lovin' the wild looking landscape that is actually highly planned.
Statue and sense of freedom in the garden planting
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife
day brought new things to experience and learn … There is nothing like a garden to stimulate and satisfy each and all of our senses.” — Allen Lacy, The Inviting GardenThe answer to every question in life is surely in the garden. Every consolation, every encouragement, every dream is right out there —
13. Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share of baby bunnies, but once the garden thickened, I saw few of them eating plants I didn’t want them
“love that statue” — Kelsey Mcbride
Aryze Developments Inc
5 Reviews
Fairfield
Ideabooks2,702
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love the metal fencing very cool idea
fencing, paths and landscape
hanging lanterns and landscape ideas
fencing around small garden
low profile landscape fencing
Beautiful garden!! Love the walkway
Gate around garden...Garden fencing...garden ideas...garden idea part b...wonderful garden...Love garden...Flowerbed idea...Love the landscape...garden dividers...Garden around deck...Out side gardens
“Cool border” — marey010
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
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An Arlington Residence
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The garden that we created unifies the property by knitting together five different garden areas into an elegant landscape surrounding the house. Different garden rooms, each with their own character and “mood”, offer places to sit or wander through to enjoy the property. The result is that in a small
small space you have several different garden experiences all while understanding the context of the larger garden plan.
How to include garden shed in courtyard planting
5 different garden areas into elegant landscape surrounding the house
Similar to one of the others - the garden around a soft shaped path
“Garden” — lferreir
Gates & Croft Horticultural Design
4 Reviews
Jane C. Gates
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ideas for behind pond on dry hill
This landscape is so cute for a country home. It also has a very rustic feel. Simple plants are still pretty when used right like in this idea.
A dusty landscape, with low-lying plants and a pretty stone path, is perfectly complemented by this creative use of wagon wheels.
"Natural" doesn't have to mean "barren," nor does it have to be simply a reflection of the landscape beyond. This garden has an almost cottage look, with masses of grasses
the stepping-stone path could be found in an English cottage garden.Design tip: Look for grasses and perennials, such as penstemons, that are adapted to the climate and will provide some color to an otherwise green and brownish-red landscape. Another choice, especially with eastern exposure, is to plant
“I like the wagon wheels” — Jennifer McLucas
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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How's the maintenance on this kind of "meadow" landscape? Do you need to weed periodically, or is it dense eno
Thank you, Garden Consultants, Inc...very helpful!
A house with Prairie style landscaped with a variety of grasses and clumping flowers
needs. Shaded driveways and parking lots keep automobiles cooler, reducing emissions from fuel tanks and engines. contemporary landscape by The Garden Consultants, Inc. The Garden Consultants, Inc. Save to Ideabook Email Photo Create a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote
Intermingling drifts with low-maintenance perennials is easy in large, open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach in small gardens requires skill. It is not a new idea, though, as both the leading Victorian gardeners, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson, used grasses to great effect in
“lawn free and beautiful” — kirisimms
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