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D-CRAIN Design and Construction
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What about gravel around and grass in middle.
these are the trees we want in the back, what about in the drive way.
“Italian Cypress Trees” — scotbertolo
David Giral Photography
3 Reviews
Golden Square Mile Mansion - Montreal
Ideabooks1,095
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What do you like about this photo?
Everything about this is amazing
“Dream yard” — bobbiebeehome
Landsystems & Associates
Coastal Renovation
Ideabooks187
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Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe I recognize Gaura, Stipa Tenuissima, California Poppy but I am not sure about the others. What are they ? Kind regards,
Successful coastal color plants. This is too muc!! Don't like dirt path, not clear. Usual pathway. Do like the color explosion but what about the rest of the year?
“contrast” — dwlmsn
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Terraced Patios & Gardens, Chestnut Hill
Ideabooks771
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Patio nice but not sure about brick
there is something about this brick work that speaks to the house (enclosed inside of an outer
“brick and stone combo” — kailus
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks896
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focusing the eye on the spheres. Groups of three are pleasing to the eye because they are less rigid and formal than a matching pair. Aristotle wrote about groups of three, stating that items grouped this way are more memorable. In this garden the three spheres are balanced by a sculptural triptych of Alaskan
focusing the eye on the spheres. Groups of three are pleasing to the eye because they are less rigid and formal than a matching pair. Aristotle wrote about groups of three, stating that items grouped this way are more memorable. In this garden the three spheres are balanced by a sculptural triptych of Alaskan
“Para la entrada / fachada” — djenkinsa
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks834
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traditional Japanese lantern or water basin (tsukubai) in your garden, but don’t overdo it as this can easily look contrived. Japanese design is all about restraint. With all elements, uneven numbers are best. Create interesting groupings as in this garden, which combines a lantern and boulders in a balanced
“Bridge over dry creek” — lorrainewelch
Caputo Construction
Montecito Residence
Ideabooks2,626
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I like everything about this house!
think about desert architecture
“Cinderblock and wood” — slbham
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks2,342
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property, seek out those knowledgable about soil biology and plant health care to help manage them. Creating balance in a landscape can be inexpensive if you manage it properly, and the experience of living with an abundant landscape can be invaluable.Read more about the care of trees
“Back yard” — dpalexander99
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