281 kitchen design photos before and after Landscape Design Photos

Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks43,271
Questions20
and clumps. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood landmark. Photo by R. Scott Lankford
the two grasses. I looked at many salvias, but none resembled the spires in the picture. Are they Heucheras? Continue to be in awe of this exquisite design. Thanks :)
k tree. http://www.lgyp.com/Ornamental-Grasses-in-Virginia.htm http://www.houzz.com/photos/315885/Aptos-Residence-mediterranean-spaces-san-francisco
Hello Scott, Again, love much about this design photo. My question is.....can I use many of your selected plantings in Southern IN. We've purchased
pre-emergent before applying 3" fertile mulch. Plant the Thyme in the mulch and re apply Preen over the top. Thymus serphyllum can be found at several local nurseries. Swanson's in Ballard usually carries it. T & L Nursery in Redmond propagates it, but may only be wholesale. Call before you go.
“Thymus serphyllum is” — susyboxer
Pendleton Design Management
Residential
Ideabooks19,132
Questions8
Do you have to kiln dry or air dry the slabs before sealing
What did you seal the wood with before installing?
Any photos of this at night? It's absolutely beautiful.
yes there are night lighting photo under the night lighting projects
We do not seal them they are sealed before shipping
For path after losing a tree
What do you like about this photo? Wood
Simplicity design. Something I'd like to do
great path by pendleton design management
“Pool” — Lori Razmus
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Ideabooks53,987
Questions10
Was fencing designed to deter deer?
through drip irrigation? Thank you for helping those of us who are design challenged ; )
Thank you for the compliment on the garden! After a search through our archives, this photo is the only one that shows the entry. - Shari
It works! We do not have a problem with deer...just small animals. Anyway I love you design!!!
We did use 4x4's for the posts and wrap them in 1x cedar. The client added the other things you mentioned after the fact to hold more tools. The top bar is supporting a wire mesh for the plants to grow
is a good idea. I know that some people have to get ten feet high vinyl fencing to keep the deer out. Make sure to ask the fencing person before you buy - they might have a few ideas too.
“Raised beds” — kbenstead
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Ideabooks383
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partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly low maintenance.
to use it. In this photo aromatic aster is a late-season accent among perennials that are already bare and ugly. It can really pick up the slack when everything else has lost its leaves. You could also use it as a shrub border, or as a front-of-the-border plant in a more formal design.
partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly low maintenance.
“flower shrub” — mollyj26
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks13,265
Questions7
I'd love to do something like this in my small Bay Area backyard. Would you happen to have photos of the final product when the grass grew around the slabs? I'm sure the look and feeling is very different. Love the style!
artificial grass brands either have holes punched into the back for drainage or have to come to complete saturation before draining, absorbing bacteria, allergens, urine and other materials before draining. Feel free to check out the differences for yourself at EasyTurf.com and FieldTurf.com - as a point
sand over native topsoil, and we infilled around the stones with topsoil so that grass could be seeded (not shown in this picture taken immediately after project completion). The limited base may result in some shifting over time, though the site is located on a sandy, well drained soil, which means that
“Easy to maintain with a dog” — Shannon Jenkins
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks111K
Questions15
*Builder of the Year: Best Landscape and Hardscape for Santa Barbara Contractors Association *Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Merit Award
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
I just want to build one and I'd like to know if there is a step by step plan that I can follow before heading to Home Depot! Thank you, Dena Stanley Leon San Diego, CA 92117
I guess the two objects could be from the 'owner', the horn is winter (For me), the shell is just abused with blue paint, tacky. Setting and design nice, although confusing from these two elements.
down to 21". Seat back approx. 33-36" high. All measurements from finished grade. Good luck --- post photos when you're done!
Hi Margie, I want to thank you for all your photos and ideas. After waiting 45 years we finally got the lot behind us and I'm so excited to turn it into a paradise! My husband
“out door sitting” — bannag
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
Ideabooks33,391
Questions13
After going to the website newenglandwoodworkers.com, I have found the arbor, however the gate is different, d
After going to the website newenglandwoodworkers.com, I have found the arbor, however the gate is
memory says its a dark forest green by Sherwin Williams. Best bet is to get some color samples and to have the fence primed and painted in the shop before installation. Good Luck!
Sherwin-Williams has a great widget where you can find colors from photos you search. Go to their website and download it - its called chip it. Maybe that will help. Good luck.
So much information about it. Wish all photos were like this on Houzz.
Design of fence and gate and light above gate. Walkway
“Gate” — joycecampbell
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Gravel Path
Ideabooks21,054
Questions12
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slender metal edging on either side, 2. the bamboo is densely planted, but maintained like a hedge and 3. uplighting, subtle but effective, adds drama after dark.
in terms of getting from point A to point B without breaking your neck. Finally, revisit these same points but as though you'd never seen the garden before, then tweak your lighting plan to assure that visitors can safely and easily negotiate the dark as well.2. Security LightingNow look at your yard and
“Bamboo and lighting” — sujan411
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