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Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Oak Tree Retreat
Because of their size and untidiness (dropping leaves, catkins, acorns), 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
“private area” — willy_abbott
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Beach Access
Love this for a section of stairs in a run path
easily have made each stair tread a plank of wood, but instead, every other tread is special. Turning the wood vertically and chopping it up into sections creates a stairway that's unique and full of personality.
“stairs” — at2107216
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
South Austin Landscape
maintenance.SHOW USHave you created a home gym that keeps you moving and motivated? We’d love to see it. Post a high-resolution photo in the comments section below.
The workout section
“Outside boxing center” — Derek Garde
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
This style too contemporary, but like the screen idea sectioned around "other" garden
low-cost corrugated panels we move to high-end stainless steel. Stainless steel can be expensive and overpowering in great expanses, so using it in small sections as decorative internal barriers is probably the most cost-effective solution.Stainless steel requires more maintenance than galvanized or Cor-Ten
“Peut faire modèle de balustrade” — micheline
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
Alternate sections of gravel/pebbles with pavers
creates a peaceful contrast in this woodland garden, and there is something appealing about the crunch of gravel underfoot. Notice how the bluestone sections lead the eye to the patio in the background.
“All green” — karenh404
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
ipe boards, installed horizontally, alternate with sections of stucco to enclose and retain the side garden.
plane: the walls, so to speak. That notion is expressed beautifully here. Sustainably harvested ipe boards, installed horizontally, alternate with sections of stucco to enclose and retain the side garden. This is a well-furnished room with benches for seating, pockets for plants and even a fireplace treatment
“Pot” — dhplain
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
lateral bricks like middle section
with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and where not to).More planting ideas in the Houzz Gardening section
“bell rock” — kevindahn
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Landscape. Can you help me identify these grasses? It looks like Blue Oat grass in the foreground; can you say what the taller, greener in the middle section might be? Thank you!
garden. Color blocking is also used as a cool design device to draw someone from the concrete patio toward the stepping-stone path. First there's a section of blue, in the form of fescue grasses, then there's a band of green-gold boxwood (right) mirrored by a gold succulent band (left). And finally, a
“I like the irregular pathway” — Matt Hamlin
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