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Falling Waters Landscape
6 Reviews
Misc.
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Camouflage the sandbox. Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with
Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with
2. Camouflage the sandbox. Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with
“Something that my kids would love.” — Kenneth Hernandez
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,351
Questions0
Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit.
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider
“different grasses/plants in strips, could be good for the wide open bay street side” — frannyls
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
Ideabooks1,556
Questions4
A lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical gardens, sandblasted glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for
Matthew AnkenyA lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical gardens, sandblasted glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for
“Fence” — jlhendrickson
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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29 Reviews
Garden Bridge
Ideabooks2,173
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objects to it — and when all is said and done, despite the flares of helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating Delight
objects to it — and when all is said and done, despite the flares of helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating Delight If you garden, how can you possibly feel alone? How can you feel
objects to it — and when all is said and done, despite the flares of helplessness or angst, it feels sufficiently controlled: it is impossible to imagine ourselves reduced, anonymous, disconnected.” — Diane Ackerman, Cultivating DelightIf you garden, how can you possibly feel alone? How can you feel
“Lights” — 9575marmot
Planters
Children's Garden
Ideabooks1,588
Questions2
Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one sparks imagination in kids of all ages. Have yours customized with swings — or, with a hollow interior, it could be a playhouse.
1. Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one sparks imagination in kids of all ages. Have yours customized with swings — or, with a hollow interior, it could be a playhouse.
“super” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks8,413
Questions1
fence illustrates how recycled boards take on new life when you unleash your imagination and untether your paintbrush. See if there are existing materials in your garden you can put back into service with a sprinkling of imagination.
rhythm that brings continuity to this part of the garden. In addition, the foliage is entirely shades of green. This tones down the space. Can you imagine this scene with chartreuse or red foliage?
“Backyard” — Ashley Monroe
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks4,715
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of you can dare to mix things up and have some fun. When designing a garden on a slope, I find it helpful to stand at the bottom of the space and imagine myself conducting a symphony orchestra. A musical score may very well have crescendos, high notes, low notes, prominent and feisty movements and slow
of you can dare to mix things up and have some fun. When designing a garden on a slope, I find it helpful to stand at the bottom of the space and imagine myself conducting a symphony orchestra. A musical score may very well have crescendos, high notes, low notes, prominent and feisty movements and slow
rest of you can dare to mix things up and have some fun.When designing a garden on a slope, I find it helpful to stand at the bottom of the space and imagine myself conducting a symphony orchestra. A musical score may very well have crescendos, high notes, low notes, prominent and feisty movements and slow
“rock and color” — Nadine Peterson
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks332
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species, is a beautiful and unexpected way to design. For this island garden in Greece, it was the colors of the ocean that inspired the designer. Imagine visiting this site and experiencing the view of the vast blue of the ocean alongside the vast pink ocean of society garlic.
species, is a beautiful and unexpected way to design. For this island garden in Greece, it was the colors of the ocean that inspired the designer. Imagine visiting this site and experiencing the view of the vast blue of the ocean alongside the vast pink ocean of society garlic.
“Field of flowers” — 1lachina
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