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Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Beautiful! Can you tell me what type of flagstone did you use and how you went about getting such large pieces
Yes, creeping thyme is a good choice in this planting zone and is a neat grower. I would advise you to ask your local garden center about appropriate ground covers for your climate in San Diego.
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
Once Upon a Front Porch
Can you tell me about the front door? Is it custom?
What's the state of your front steps? A friend of mine was complaining about her front wooden steps that touch the ground the other day (a termite risk here in the South, not to mention the way they rot and the paint peels), and I realized I'd never given such a thing a thought. Bluestone runs and s
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
AGAIN, I am fixated about the narrow space and long expanses of material.
Something about it.
how about down the drainage easement?
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Stone Cottage Renovation
wonder if we want to consider moving the entrance back a bit from the road and making room for a garden in front like this... I'm just a bit concerned about how it will feel going in to the property if the road seems really narrow (it is narrow - but wondering if we can make it feel bigger this way)
About 50 astilbe in one color in two rows staggered make big impact
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Everything about this picture is amazing The pool is magnificent and the out door hut with the thatched roofing is incredible, it especially entices me as it reminds
Wow about covers it.
Lilyvilla Display Garden
usually just before a special event or garden party. Adding a fully planted container is a quick fix. Also, I don’t always want to rush into a decision about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options. Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or
usually just before a special event or garden party. Adding a fully planted container is a quick fix.Also, I don’t always want to rush into a decision about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options.Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or