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Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Steel Retaining Wall
Ideabooks159
Questions1
purchased from Native American Seed company. The mix is a combination of 80% Buffalograss and 20% Blue Grama http://www.seedsource.com/catalog/detail.asp?product_id=2850
“Density of plant material and dry creek” — Jon Bello
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks4,017
Questions4
danitristan Cobra Stone in Georgetown, about $32 per paver. July 13, 2013 at 9:29am LikeUnlike
Available in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a
Cobra Stone in Georgetown, about $32 per paver
Love it: Concrete paving Available in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a great way to create a playspace for kids and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can
bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to create a greener look. Just be sure to ask your installer about sealing. Pavers can become stained by dirt and standing water over time.
Love it: Concrete pavingAvailable in just about every size and at many price points, pavers are a great way to create a playspace for kids and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can enjoy bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to create
“cement landscape” — lynnie1010
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks45,418
Questions21
Virginia Beach area. Take the photo you like with you and talk to them about what similar grasses you can plant (or Lowes etc). The nursery can help you identify the purple low growing ground cover,, too: it may be Purple Verbena (read about it here and also scroll to the comment from Hampton VA ... ) Nursery
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survive without additional water. The blue oat grass and the thymus are drought tolerant, although the oat grass will start to brown out a little after about 45 days without rain. Thank you for your interest.
“ground cover and grasses” — vintageadvantage
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks886
Questions1
systems spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees it seems alluring and mysterious.
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious.
systems spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height.Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots.Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water
“rocks” — jvs238
merge studio
2 Reviews
napa residence
Ideabooks9,935
Questions11
I was wondering if there is another type of material other than metal that could be used on the top of the slanted Pergola? I am concerned about the noise when it rains and acorns dropping. Thank you
your comments and question. Yes, the beams do span quite a distance. The structure was engineered, and the overall size is about 20' wide by 40' long. The covered part is about 20' x 20'. The posts and beams are hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns. A knife-blade for
Hi, thanks for your question. The structure was engineered, it's fairly large. The entire structure is about 20' wide by 40' long, and the covered part is about 20' x 20'. The posts and beams are hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns; 6x8's for the
“Shade” — ashishia
Ashley Camper Photography
Lifestyle by Design
Ideabooks251
Questions0
keep the grass, think about how much lawn your kids really use — a small patch may be fine, leaving more room for other creative elements like water, sand and edibles.
What do you like about this photo? The simplicity
covers can provide a soft, springy surface that kids love running on, and they require little or no mowing. If you do want to keep the grass, think about how much lawn your kids really use — a small patch may be fine, leaving more room for other creative elements like water, sand and edibles.
they require little or no mowing. If you do want to keep the grass, think about how much lawn your kids really use — a small patch may be fine, leaving more room for other creative elements like water, sand and edibles.Find out about meadow grasses and other lawn alternatives
“자갈” — boko8686
D'Asign Source
13 Reviews
Landscapes
Ideabooks610
Questions0
The guest entrance is one of the first things I think about on projects. How do you circulate guests to the front door and away from the garage doors? Your exterior's experience should be about the landscape and the architecture.
Idea that entry should be about "landscape and architecture" & draw people to front door and away from garages etc.
The guest entrance is one of the first things I think about on projects. How do you circulate guests to the front door and away from the garage doors? Your exterior's experience should be about the landscape and the architecture. We could all close our eyes and imagine the driveway in this photo flanked
“palms within a forest” — lidiehe
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
Ideabooks4,760
Questions1
Jason- Decide on a shape. There is no right or wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
Decide on a shape. There is no right or wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
Decide on a shape. There is no right or wrong; it all depends on your personal preferences. But there are some things to think about. Hard-edged square and rectangular garden beds, for example, work particularly well with both very traditional landscapes and modern styles.
“Garden” — toddy
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