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Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks14,798
Questions7
Sorry for the delayed response, its a partly composted cedar bark strip mulch
brick and bark for front yard and back yard?
Mulch & small bark chips (NOT cocoa mulch) are dog friendly
Mulch (except cocoa mulch) and small bark chips are dog friendly and won’t heat up too much, though you’ll have to replace them periodically.
when weeds keep popping up. After planting, finish off by adding mulch – bark-based versions are a popular option. While mulch helps prevent weeds, it
Fence and paver ideas not bark
“love the wood walls” — cathlucey
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
2 Reviews
Reservoir Living Room
Ideabooks6,847
Questions10
arrangement. At least some of the logs appear to be just pieces of curled bark, a great idea if you want to quickly remove the pieces and light a fire.
arrangement. At least some of the logs appear to be just pieces of curled bark, a great idea if you want to quickly remove the pieces and light a fire.
“Centro de mesa” — caro
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Garden
Ideabooks1,777
Questions5
What type of rock? How does bark hold up to blowing? Thanks
Different colored bark
“Garden” — tinagbentley1
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Ideabooks1,361
Questions1
Bark - Bark
“View” — deanrachel
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,301
Questions1
bright green compound leaves in summer; yellow autumn color; dark, furrowed bark to admire in winter When to plant: Fall
beautiful dappled light. They have deeply furrowed, dark gray or blackish bark. They are fast growing and have straight single trunks, and their silhouettes
“Ranch Style I love exterior finish” — delyce13
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks9,370
Questions9
both can be spectacular. Easy to grow, they don’t even require soil, just bark pebbles or similar to anchor the roots. MAINTENANCE: Keep the ‘vase’ or
both can be spectacular. Easy to grow, they don’t even require soil, just bark pebbles or similar to anchor the roots. MAINTENANCE: Keep the ‘vase’ or ‘urn’
“Planting combination” — Jennifer Olsen
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks7,507
Questions3
Shredded bark...Bark mulch
“Tall fence” — Lisa Glidden
Paxton Gate
1 Review
Residential Garden
Ideabooks6,872
Questions3
Tiles and bark back yard...Bark and plants
“If no fireplace on lower level patio, I like these warming units” — mikenystrom
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