490 hurricane sandy Landscape Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Commonwealth Avenue Garden
Ideabooks215
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Lost trees in hurricane Sandy and need to replace
“Saucer magnolia tree” — Tricia Meyer
scott anderson design
Long Beach
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The was a house that was worked on after Hurricane Sandy, the existing patio was capped in bluestone and got a new veneer stone look. We added low maintenance, beach side plantings and ornamental grasses.
“rock on sides of porch” — Pam Grenier
Creative Design by Lauran LLC
11 Reviews
The Beauty of Mother Nature
Ideabooks3
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This beautiful ornamental cherry trees is the Prunus serrulata, one that made it through New Jersey's storm of 2012 and Hurricane Sandy. We were thankful to see it standing intact after the storms!
scott anderson design
Long Beach
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The was a house that was worked on after Hurricane Sandy, the existing patio was capped in bluestone and got a new veneer stone look. We added low maintenance, beach side plantings and ornamental grasses.
“DARK MULCH” — Jessica Stadig
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
9 Reviews
Sherman Lake Home
Ideabooks3,804
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Great lake house with sandy beach
sandy beach, retaining wall
sandy area...sandi beach...Sandy beach...Sandy spot
“Painted seats” — finlay04
Ronald F. DiMauro Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
RON DIMAURO ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks733
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Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly with the sandy beach nearby (as does the wood on the deck), making the whole scene that much more convincing.
GARDEN Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly with the sandy beach nearby (as does the wood on the deck), making the whole scene that much more convincing.
Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly with the sandy beach nearby (as does the wood on the deck), making the whole scene that much more convincing.
“Plants” — mbrown24
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
Ideabooks295
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How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them
planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for rock gardens. Feel free to cut a few stems and bring them inside for a seasonal bouquet.
How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for
How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for rock gardens. Feel free to cut a few stems and bring them inside for a seasonal bouquet.
“Sedum..” — Roxanne Mead
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks1,948
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The site's shallow and sandy soil presented some challenges, but frequent additions of manure and compost increased the soil's water-holding capacity. Lathouris composts all of
See a Lush Australian Garden That Needs Little Water Photo 5 of 9 The site's shallow and sandy soil presented some challenges, but frequent additions of manure and compost increased the soil's water-holding capacity. Lathouris composts all of
The site's shallow and sandy soil presented some challenges, but frequent additions of manure and compost increased the soil's water-holding capacity. Lathouris composts all of the garden's green waste and doesn't use a watering system; the garden is extremely self-sufficient and sustainable. Here a
“Hidden paths” — choctaw32578
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