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Rob Kyne
The Hampton Garden
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what kind of wood did use? Just wondering about wood and bug rot?
sprayed every clump of weeds, and they have NOT come back this spring. It's a miracle. I poured straight vinegar on some of the stubborn ones. I used about two gallons.
You can use just about any aggregate. Granite is pretty but it has sharp edges and it is not good if barefoot, pea gravel is smoother and softer and has great color. This
Assuming that's a bush squash and 2x12s for the raised beds, looks like about 3 feet. Like Rob said, make the paths big enough for your equipment, whatever that is.
move, because the gravel will drain water quickly away from the cedar and does not retain moisture.” — Falon MihalicThis article is full of great tips about which types of wood best resist rot when used in your outdoor projects. Bookmark it for when you get ready to build that new fence, replace the deck
“Raised beds” — moeski0000
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks5,319
Questions7
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trellis (about 4m high) and grow star jasmine to cover. Do you think that this would work? I currently have bamboo but it is so messy and has lost all its lower leaves so does not do a great job of screening any longer. Thanks!
Thanks, it looks like you've got 3 shades?!? What about dark trim
I am thinking about this type of "trellis" instead of the traditional looking trellis for the side
“Plant” — dshep01
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks211
Questions1
Plant for the future. You know that saying about planting a tree today is for future generations and not for you? Well, the same could be said about almost any garden plant, especially long-lived perennials. The USDA categorized 50 percent of the
3. Plant for the future. You know that saying about planting a tree today is for future generations and not for you? Well, the same could be said about almost any garden plant, especially long-lived perennials.The USDA categorized 50 percent of the country a half zone warmer sooner than it had anticipated
“natural setting” — jayzet
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
40th Street
Ideabooks3,520
Questions3
What do you like about this photo? Posts
This is about the color of my trim
what about off-white columns
what about these posts
“painted with wood decking” — sheenavanc
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks1,656
Questions1
It appears that the risers are open, I very much like the look...I am wondering about the drainage.
Glad you like the look and great question about the drainage. We laid a pebble mosaic (made of mortared Mexican beach pebbles) that runs the length of the stairs and evokes the motion of water. The water runs down that into a trench drain at the landing.
stair rail and the boulder wall. These two elements have comparable sizes and shapes yet contrast in texture and, more subtly, in color. I don't know about you, but I want to take a walk down these steps and spend some time in this garden. With an entrance like this, it's bound to be spectacular. 8/2013
stair rail and the boulder wall. These two elements have comparable sizes and shapes yet contrast in texture and, more subtly, in color. I don't know about you, but I want to take a walk down these steps and spend some time in this garden. With an entrance like this, it's bound to be spectacular.
“Stairs” — Kenn Hamm
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks6,975
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So creative!! I love different, hence I love everything about this inspiration.
reminder you need that it can be. Take the time to focus on all you love about life and anything negative will start to fade into the background.TELL US MOREWhat do you do in bed besides sleeping? Sharing is caring – tell us all about your bedroom habits in the comments section below.
The funky garden. Most of us have a need to personalize some aspect of our space — some of us are just more obvious about it. Still, it's hard to resist this garden bed (in all senses of the phrase).Design tip: Although this appears casual, you will need to plan ahead to
“Flower "bed"” — klaizure
Robert Hutchison Architecture
4 Reviews
Guest House on a Lake
Ideabooks361
Questions0
Robert Hutchison ArchitectureSaveEmail Hutchison and Maul thought a lot about about how the homeowners would experience the guesthouse for the majority of their time — looking down upon it from above. So they paid careful attention
Hutchison and Maul thought a lot about about how the homeowners would experience the guesthouse for the majority of their time — looking down upon it from above. So they paid careful attention to the roof and the back side of the house, which is completely clad in copper panels. “We had this idea of
“Green ground cover mixed with pored cement - minimal water demands but still some green on ground” — kbstein
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
Ideabooks2,997
Questions2
protection. This is the main reason to have the pre-construction meeting on-site. It’s useful to walk around the house with your contractor to talk about where site protection will go (ZipWalls, temporary walls, tarps) so that everyone understands where the construction zone will be. Temporary walls
with the construction area, as they may be rattled during demolition and framing. Walking around the house will also give you the opportunity to talk about where to place the Sani-Can or Dumpster, where material can be staged, and which plants and trees should be protected. Expect to have to re-sod or
protectionThis is the main reason to have the pre-construction meeting on-site. It’s useful to walk around the house with your contractor to talk about where site protection will go (temporary fences and walls, tarps) so that everyone understands where the construction zone will be. Temporary walls
“The plants” — susans02
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