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Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
Ideabooks9,306
Questions6
make one just like these - Weathershield, Sierra Pacific, Loewen, Anderson, Pella, Marvin, etc.
“raised gardens” — cjchunter
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,270
Questions1
pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says
pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear,"
pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says
“Like the squares from drive to sidewalk” — Rachel Chandler
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
3 Reviews
Ceres
Ideabooks4,901
Questions2
my conversation get to know my wife more sitting area!
everywhere for the kettle corn stand that I was convinced must be nearby. My colleagues eventually stopped laughing and pointed out a cluster of these
trees at the far end of the parking lot. Not surprisingly, I now have one in my own garden. To me it is the harbinger of fall. Origin: Japan and China Where
catch the light at a certain time of day. My garden sports a flat boulder at the top of a waterfall that I call my wine rock. I sit there in the afternoon
everywhere for the kettle corn stand that I was convinced must be nearby. My colleagues eventually stopped laughing and pointed out a cluster of these
trees at the far end of the parking lot. Not surprisingly, I now have one in my own garden. To me it is the harbinger of fall.Origin: Japan and ChinaWhere
“Tree is gorgous” — poochiescott
Ken Linsteadt Architects
Sonoma
Ideabooks88,690
Questions64
think that my 8 year boy can shear the room with my girl she is 4 and the bby with us.......give ideas for a bedroom for both my boy and my girl..Please
my fiance gave me some hydrangeas for Valentine's day a few hours after
We have an old barn that fell down. it has a haymow floor that I would like to use in my bedroom. is this
artist who would love to draw this photo. Would you be willing to approve my drawing this? And if so, would you send me a 300dpi copy via email linda
It remind me of my child hood. Country living
it would look so relaxing in my back yard
I would love this in my back yard!
“Swing” — analie
Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
Ideabooks6,073
Questions4
the foreground could lead down into my front woods. My drive would be at the left of this picture leading under my present portecochere (so it would NOT
garden-symmetry (Schmechtig). My daughters could plan a wedding on our front lawn, if this dream was ever fulfilled. I can visualize my house at the back of this
grows in my sunny frontyard). And, the yard to the right of this picture would need to have some large feildstones for stepping down toward my side yard
side (my north side) of your pictured catnip would need just a bit of planning. Someone could do their internship with your company and practice on my home
this is not my place. great garden still.
I can hear my self think here!
“or this one” — carlicam
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks5,277
Questions4
Hi! I think I solved the problem for you. Click again on my picture and it should appear normally. Thanks for letting me know and enjoy
Love hydrangeas, this color is my favorite (gotta get my alk. fertilizer going!)
nikko blue hydrangea , one my favorites shade/ part sun
These are my most favorite flower!!
“Les fleurs” — Ysabelle Lusignan
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks2,821
Questions2
My husband and I would have great conversations
ok this is my dream home!! love all the rock and little beach!! A+Mazing don't forget my dock house though!
the lake to my Alaskan lodge...ONLY in my DREAMS !...Oh-my-word unbelievable...Not in my wildest dreams!...EVERYTHING. MY GOD.
“like” — Sherlis Moon
WARD A LILE DESIGN
Gardens
Ideabooks887
Questions1
name is Chinese Snowball. Zones 6-9, semi-deciduous- but mostly evergreen in my zone 8A climate. I've seen it reach 20' in height in less than 10 years from
another viburnum, Japanese Snowball, which isn't nearly as showy. It's one of my favorites and always stops traffic when in full bloom in the spring. Flowers
then turn pure white. There is a second, less showy fall bloom as well. In my experience it essentially free from pests and diseases and only requires some
name is Chinese Snowball. Zones 6-9, semi-deciduous- but mostly evergreen in my zone 8A climate. I've seen it reach 20' in height in less than 10 years from
another viburnum, Japanese Snowball, which isn't nearly as showy. It's one of my favorites and always stops traffic when in full bloom in the spring. Flowers
“short gate” — barkmassey
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