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NATALIE SERDIUK
n_serdiuk
Ideabooks22,982
Questions11
Where can I find handmade iron curtain rods?
Where can I find hand made iron curtain rods?
Anyone know where I can purchase the galvanized culvert in the SF Bay area?
Where can I find it?
Interesting. Didn't know. Thank you. Will buy spray when out of hibernation.
“garden” — reuben71g
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Bocce Ball court
Ideabooks44,731
Questions19
Where did the planter boxes come from?
Where can I find planter boxes?
Where did you get it?
where to buy planter boxes?
“Raised beds in metal.” — Amy Martin
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks50,254
Questions8
What kind of rocks are those and where can I find them?
Hi Richard, I have a dry river bed in my yard and was wondering where I might find a bridge as the one you have used in this picture. love it!
where can I find the blue pebbles in this picture
Where can I buy these blue stones
“Bridge” — berwickmum
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks79,448
Questions13
point!! where can i get a jar like that and how much did it cost?
Where can I get the flower pot holder on the gate?
Love the iron pot holder. Where can I get
where can I buy this type of urn?
“Green on the walls, mixed stone floor.” — morningstaranton
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Side Yard Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks50,732
Questions15
Do you know the manufacturer of the arbor? Can we buy it online?
Where did you purchase the trellis/arbor? What was the cost?
Hi. Great looking space. Could you share your source for the light having from the arbor? Or suggestions of where to look? Thanks. Just
a) consider steps like this to the fire pit b) consider a trellis like this to be at the start of the pathway to the firepit (where the sidewalk from the side of the house ends at beginning of backyard)
Masterfully executed by designer Shirley Bovshow, this once-ordinary side yard is now a verdant place where the homeowner can stroll with a morning mug of tea.What makes this space special: The vine-clad arbor creates a welcoming doorway. The stepping stones
“granite and stone foot path with a little green.” — morningstaranton
BRADANINI & ASSOCIATES
4 Reviews
MILL VALLEY MODERN GARDEN
Ideabooks15,864
Questions8
Could you please tell me where did you buy this plant pot? Thanks
Where did you get those beautiful black square pots?
landscaping and as features, I do not understand the thought behind these cages, why they are used, why the designers are using these so often today and where did this originate, what was this originally used for?
love the fence and planters, might be good against wall where grill is taken away
“Black concrete planters” — mrreno
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,169
Questions1
hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?
Creating mystery with your landscaping! Where does the path lead? ...
hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me? See how to design a garden that flows and intrigues
hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?
“Secret garden” — heykellyshea
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 2
Ideabooks380
Questions1
Wood mulch maybe isn’t the best mulch. Designwise, I feel that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs me, as it’s very boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are
buying plugs (which are much cheaper than plants) and planting them, in stead of just spreading wood chip mulch.
bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs me, as it’s very boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are often a third the price of larger pots and give you more plants for your buck. In a worst-case scenario, plugs establish and spread
“Pot” — fsymons
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