urban oasis
15 Reviews
Southwest
Ideabooks555
Questions1
Stephen Kung
“Idée panneau jardin” — zazoufx
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
Ideabooks5,084
Questions1
contemporary gardens
“Gradina” — andra26
BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style
Ideabooks980
Questions0
After a tear-down/remodel we were left with a west facing sloped front yard without much privacy from the street, a blank palette as it were. Re purposed concrete was used to create an entrance way and a seating area. Colorful drought tolerant trees and plants were used strategically to screen out unwanted views, and to frame the beauty of the new landscape. This yard is an ex...More
“love the lavender, and flagstone with ground cover in between” — zoemamma
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
Tiarella 'Iron Butterfly' 3b
Ideabooks29
Questions0
Photo(s) courtesy of Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc. Uploaded with written permission
“SHADE!!!!” — nafnafnaf
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Radnor Street
Ideabooks2,591
Questions3
Contemporary landscape design that's a blend of traditional plant palette with modern hard structures and pool area. Landscape Design: COS Design. Photos: Tim Turner Photography. Copyright COS Design
“Light up wall w bamboo” — jfolds
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Autumn/Halloween Decor
Ideabooks713
Questions1
Darling, little, teeny, tiny pumpkins stand out in this classic urn floral arrangement. Boston's Back Bay Mary Prince Photography © 2012 Houzz
“colors” — Dana Vinitski
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,154
Questions3
Ridder-Spencer Residence Cardiff by the Sea, CA
“PlNtas” — joadmart
US & Canadian wholesale distributor for Fermob Outdoor Lounge products
Fermob offers a wide range of bright outdoor furniture. Collections range from modern to traditional with 24 colors available for most items.
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
Ideabooks2,229
Questions1
This seating wall was embedded into a hill in the front garden, effectively lowering the visitor closer to eye level for better viewing of the unique foliage. Photo by Jay Sifford.
“Bear's breech 7-9 Acanthus mollis, Spotty Dotty Chinese mayapple Podophyllum spotty dotty 6-9, and h” — darlarehmer
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