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Diego Perez
Diego Perez
Cool looking design for a decorative koi fish pool
so cool...Cool pond...Cool garden...steps... cool...cool landscape...Cool lake!
“jardim” — Susanna Vieira
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
24 Reviews
Green Residence
rail system
lots of cool ideas
“Big stone steps!” — mfraher
Studio Green
7 Reviews
studio green
this is cool, maybe excavate out the back of the hotel.
however, more fire retardant and lush if watered monthly in inland climates. Coyote bush does best given full sun and enough room for its extensive root system to spread. It is a plant that is quick to regenerate after fires, floods or clearings; pruning periodically thins the plant out and maintains its shape
“this is cool, maybe excavate out the back of the hotel.” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
A rural hillside residence in Downeast Maine serves as a model for regenerating fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook
Some of the plants would be cool in front
Like the purple and green. the "frosty" leaves in the foreground are cool too
cool colors-- for sun? silver blue , purples, etc
the garden in this example.Vibrant purple is the dominant signature color that's used to carry the eye across a large, complex planting. Purple is a cool hue that harmonizes well with silver-gray. Choose a flower or foliage color that can be interpreted through different plants based on bloom time and
“Colors in garden work well together and terra cotta planters blend well with house. Very beachy.” — alicewade9
Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
Green Roofs
cool structure and windows bring in light and brightness
cool for the front of the house planting around the tree
consider everything from landscaping to pest control. For example, you can earn points by using drought-tolerant plants and by using permeable paving systems to allow rainwater to filter naturally through to the ground. You can also use innovative technologies like green roofs (sometimes called living roofs)
“Xx” — mamanmatteo
Art in Green
1 Review
Cool entry. Clean stone, use of water.
Cool use of water and lighting.
seating. Like paving and other in-built outdoor elements, lighting is best planned before a garden is built. You can install a comprehensive lighting system in an established garden but you may need a skilled tradesman or lighting designer to help. If you’re not sure where to position lights initially,
“bkyd” — anniekennedy
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
So cool what a great spot for a fire pit!
Cool idea for a brook
Very cool use of pebbles
drain system
“Cabin in the woods” — bergmann21
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Cool. A rock that's a birdbath...you could probably sit on it to if it were dry.
outlet for the water pump. Be sure it's made for outdoor use and has a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter), which will automatically shut off if the system senses the current flowing along an unintended path (such as water), reducing the risk of electrical shock.
“Chicks and Hens ground cover” — Ellen Miller
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