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Gardens by Gabriel
12 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden Feature in San Luis Obispo
Love this yard! What kind of flagstone was used?
groundcover used in the beds? Wood chips or a gravel of some type? This is beautiful!!
The stone is called Sweetwater. The large pieces we used they usually
not sure I do. Is this what you want in terms of pavers moydy?
use of interesting landscape adds beauty to simple structures
thick or thin, and which one you should buy depends upon how you want to use it. If you intend to lay a flagstone pathway without mortar, you will want
Flagstone to be used as pathway to gate
“Pretty” — kaylee78
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Carmel Hilltop Retreat
This is what we have in mind for the dining area in terms of look and feel
Grove of trees instead of an arbor - use pistachio for fast growing or ash or plane trees is have space
Great idea to use a big area of the yard for patio
Trees used as shade over table
“Love just a table under trees IN AN OPEN ARREA” — marocena
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Ceramic planters for SW plants (fun design). This would be a long-term idea (not initial construction).
We like the idea of using some large planters instead of planting everything in the ground. If we could
use of planters...use alum. pots in poolside
“Containers and desert landscaping” — pddiva34
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Southwestern Landscape
Use wooden doors for a screen by spa
be painted or stained, but infusing stucco with integral color makes long-term maintenance a nonissue. This warm-hued Southwestern-style wall plays right
instead of glass use bars in door...The gate & colors used
“colors - inset gate” — melyndas
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
12 Reviews
Natural Drought Tolerant Garden
house/new paving and reduces their watering bill while being the best long term watering system for their natural garden style. The professionally designed
“Grass” — pattyndeasy
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
contemporains, où les murs sont renforcés par un liant (plus solide à long terme).L’importance du mur en pierre est primordial dans l’équilibre et l’harmonie
“Jardin pierre” — marinerusso
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
use drifts and massing, but use only a few species to avoid visual overload.
Love the plants used & graceful white rock paths delineated by rocks that meander throughout & tie into rock wall.
Variety, because the different grass/ flowers, and textures used.
Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated
Using curly rulers, Carolyn created sinuous paths that she mirrored throughout the garden to resemble the rhythmic pattern of the waves crashing against
4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the
names plants - use of stone
“pea gravel or other gravel - inexpensive, just the issue of locust leaves which are tiny. Get a lea” — norquar
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
when not using them as fabrics can fade, especially darker ones. To protect from dirt consider using lawn furniture covers when not in use. (These could
could also be used to protect against the sun- but some fading could still occur) To clean cushions, use a mild detergent/water and a coarse brush to remove
chains. This plant is sometimes known as the S&M plant. Kidding! To train it use fine clippers and gloves because it has some nice thorns on it. Good luck
hi, can you please share with me what you used for the ground cover between the pavers? thank you!
Yellow colour palette for the flowers; and use of foliage to soften hard structures.
This garden exemplifies a good use of the two main groups of plants that can be used to cover and decorate walls. Wall shrubs, such as
“Pavers and plants” — cwright30a
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