490 hurricane sandy Landscape Design Photos

Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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established Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 18 feet tall and 15 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates both clay and sandy soil; no pruning is necessary Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Ideally in fall or spring; I have successfully planted this in August with
“Yellow/gold seed heads from 'Crocosmia' in front” — igerrez
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Norwood Architects
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Sandy Springs #2
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Sandy Springs #2
“garden” — micanmason
Carolle Huber
10 Reviews
Princeton Residence
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Show this to Sandy
“Colored, chair style swing, looks comfy” — Kim Harper Fortner
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
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crushed rock, compacted and leveled it to 4" below the top of the grid, then set in the 4" thick pieces of sandstone and packed in around them with sandy soil. These sandstone pieces, like the sandstone pieces that make up about 1/3 of the nearby stone walls, was reclaimed from the siding of the previous
“backyard” — Alan Garcia
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Sandy Springs back yard retreat
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Sandy Springs back yard retreat
“Copper roof, fire place and flagstone at pool area” — jayemcdaniel
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
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Simbiosi Estudi
“Blue fescue...” — lorrainemulligan
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Nantucket Residence
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with exterior fireplace for those cool summer eves, putting green, lush gardens, and a meandering boardwalk access through the dunes to the beautiful sandy beach. Photography: Richard Mandelkorn Photography
“Pool and landscape” — mikespen
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks837
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An axis connects the house through the garden to Sandy's photography studio. She wanted to walk on a paved surface between the two, so this garden's style is more formal. The team graded the tricky slopes
“Low rock walls” — ccrou
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