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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Ideabooks3,666
Questions5
4. Water features. If you've ever thought about having a fountain, don't feel like you need to relegate it to your backyard. Position your fountain by your front walk, entry or garden bed. Choose
“Water for birds and butterflies.” — pcmom1
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks12,340
Questions6
Creating a space that's calm, restful and inviting is what a traditional landscape is all about, and those are just the notes this inviting patio hits.
“table - stone patio” — kellymahon
PVA Developments
BARNES
Ideabooks356
Questions0
Create a stylish backdropUsing grey in our homes is a big trend right now, but how about outside? This smart garden demonstrates how a grey backdrop makes a sophisticated style statement, and helps the flowers planted against it pop out.
“Simple haven” — kktalbert
Nancy Van Natta Associates
4 Reviews
Beach Cottage Renovation for Aging in Place
Ideabooks4,735
Questions3
1. Arbors. There is something very charming and quaint about a front-yard arbor. It not only says, "Welcome"; it seems to holler, "Come on in and visit for a while!" Arbors can accent a cottage, but they can also set off a more contemporary house — it's all in the materials. A rose-topped white lattice
“gate” — pelletam
David Harber
Armillary Sphere
Ideabooks2,910
Questions1
Adorn with a sculptureGive people something to talk about: a shapely bird table, intricate sun dial or armillary sphere, such as the one in this verdant garden, is a great way to add interest to a space with
“Front garden!” — Antonius Dingemans-Walker Jr.
Hans-Christian
Heidelandschaft / Heath
Ideabooks76
Questions0
maintain adequate moisture. While It’s a very resilient and extremely cold-hardy plant, it also isn’t the easiest to grow and can be very particular about soil. Scotch heather requires sandy, peaty and very well-drained soil. It prefers very acidic soil with no nitrogen — the Pacific Northwest is a we
“Heather (calluna vulgaris) rich acidic soil full sun drainage annual pruning.” — fesenjam
Sortun-Vos Architects, P.S.
7 Reviews
West Seattle Craftsman
Ideabooks285
Questions1
Neither Nychay nor the homeowners know much about the stone fireplace, when it was built or by whom. But that doesn’t mean the family doesn’t enjoy it.
“stones” — twilson63
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks5,841
Questions4
These landscape plantings, from garden bed to lawn to overhead vine, fit this shingle-style home perfectly. But think about it: This same landscape would work well with a range of home styles.
“Plants” — rtanner3
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