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Envision Landscape Studio
Oak Tree Retreat
type of table and chairs would be hidden somewhere in my flower garden.
Table over rocks under willow tree
keep lawn away from oaks. mulch is good solution
live oaks are best at the edge of property, in a somewhat natural section. Don't plant lawn or ground covers under existing old trees; this encourages root diseases. It’s also better not even to pave the soil surface. Trees that you plant generally withstand garden watering better; try to avoid summer
Susana Merenfeld de Weisleder
Pave area for folding table and chairs
table area with small patio under tree
Lush backyard grass around treetrunks table mixed tropical textures
garden to a table and chairs
chairs ,,table...cute table...Pad for table...chairs & table...hidden dinner table
B. Jane Gardens
Travis Heights 1
are live oaks. Very prevalent in Central Texas. They don't shed their leaves in the fall, not until spring when new growth pushes through.
Can't wait to get a hammock under one of my live oaks!
Live oaks, hammock, ground cover Hedge in back is: Fatsia japonica is the most distinctive of all evergreens with large palmate leaves. The lobed leaves can reach 16 inches across and provide contrast in the shade garden. It can be grown in mass plantings on larger sites or as a specimen in smaller
Seattle Area Architect & Designer
Spore Architecture is a design firm based in Seattle with offices in the heart of historic Pike Place Market. Spore fosters collaborative relationships and enjoys a hands-on approach toward design.
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
of this oak woodland site and the farmhouse vernacular of the architecture, the landscape design is a contemporary interpretation of what it means to live close to the land and establish an active and vital indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Like a family farm, this site was designed as an extended living and
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele Lee Willson Phototgraphy
preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele Lee Willson Phototgraphy” “What are 2013 trends of interior design?” “U have room for a vaccine court!!” “idea for fun area in backyard” “year olds room...Backyard fun...Nice design...outdoor fun”
I love the big oaks and the hardscaping. Ideas for the upper yard.
large oaks and knee wall
Table & chairs...view of oaks...Table and chairs
orlando comas, landscape architect.
Hollywood Residence - 02
I live in Tampa on a lot with many oaks. I haven't been successful with St.Augustine.
Third, the Oaks are regularly thinned out by a licensed arborist to allow more light to go thru the canopy an into the grass and shrubs. There are several varieties o St. Augustine: Bitter Blue, Floralawn, Palmetto, Sapphire, Delmar, Raleigh, Common, Jade, Floratine, Floratam, and Seville. I suggest fir
Big fern groves and bromiliads under oak trees. I like it.
the live oak trees (Quercus virginiana, zones 7 to 11) pictured here, and they certainly do their part to add beauty and charm to the neighborhood. The biggest downside is that they take time, but a quick fix is to buy balled and burlapped trees from the nursery that are already large enough to offer some
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
i have this table(round) ..it is the blue color and i would like to make it a more gray color......would i ruin it?......
love the little table and the urn
Looks like a side walk block for table ,good idea .
garden table or pedestal. The placement of a table with an elegant base gives this garden niche a heightened feeling.
Where and how we add objects show the value we give them. This classical stone-topped pedestal table is so perfectly proportioned and ideally suited for the garden niche it occupies
of the table base relate to the potted lavender and, to a certain extent, to the shrub on the left. The textures and sizes of the elements differ. The shape is also captured by the pot atop the table. By keeping the color palette similar and muted, the designer has created a tranquil space.