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Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
Does anyone know what this hedging plant is? It looks great!
Are the lights in the hedge a purchased piece
on boards or is it just intertwined in the hedge?
Where can I purchase the lights in the hedge?
I like my privacy, we here in south Florida planted clusias for our hedge (I believe the proper name is "ficus lyrata) very slow growing but should look good another 2 years from now!!!
lights spelling out word hidden in evergreen hedge
English laurel hedge (fast growing and dense) as alternative to fence.
side yard out kitchen window to block trailer.
giant hedge or garden wall near pool on north side of property for privacy, Palm Beach garden look
Get your kicks with a garden wall. If keeping a vine-covered exterior
“what type of hedge it that? Im looking for a hedge that will need to be close to my pool that wont s” — jbaileyla
Dawna Jones Design
Dawna Jones Design
Where can I obtain the deer head?
Where do you get the faux deer head?
check out Michael Combs sculptures: http://combssculpture.c
We're wild for fauxidermy! We have several animals to choose from, including our white resin Deer Head, Moose Head and new for spring Bull's Head. http://zgal.re/JVXHqA
Here's another modern take on the deer head. I also love the light fixture in this room.
black, white, wood, deer, floor lamp, mix of textures, clock
metal fireplace, white deer above, stairwell
obsessions. Cool antler sculpture, chevrons, black walls? Check, check and check. Simple white sofas, a sleek coffee table and a classic gourd lamp keep things feeling polished and mean that the look can be easily changed with a few accessories swaps when the mood strikes.
“I like the polished steel” — kofi22
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
Planters to keep the dogs out of the planting beds.
Alternative raised beds that keep rodents out
rosemary hedge, gravel mulch; could have something like this for extra parking spot?
Love out door planners
Rosemary as hedge...Rosemary hedge
“Plants” — selmawillis
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
brown eyed susan and grass hedge
cone in the center, wait for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
cone in the center, wait for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
Keeping with a more naturalistic planting theme, Black-eyed Susans look right at home weaving in between native prairie grasses. These plants are tough and can handle the competition.
“mass grass” — Terrascapes Landscape Design
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Garnet Residence
The integral colored concrete wall begins at the main water feature and weaves to the south west corner of the yard where water once again emerges out of a 4” stainless steel channel; reinforcing the notion that this garden backs up against a natural spring. The stainless steel channel also provides
floating toy boats down the channel. At the north eastern end of the integral colored concrete wall, a warm western red cedar bench extends perpendicular out from the water feature on the outside of the slate patio maximizing seating space in the limited size garden. Natural rusting Cor-ten steel fencing
Love it! How can I find out if I can use for a deck iup about 25 ft high n CT? Is it under code? Thanks. Ellie
“raised planters for possible grasses” — BuilderBee LLC
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
house, slated for demolition, was built into the dune before current coastal construction standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new
Grasses. Contemporary designs don't always need the mass created by traditional hedging plants. This driveway has been lined with a loose planting of grasses, creating a hedge that not only fits its surroundings, but also gives movement in the open environment.
I included this example to show how a structure, even though modern, can work perfectly with the surrounding landscape. Almost as if it were built out of the sky, clouds and some sea water, this beautiful beach home is a welcome destination at the end of this path.
“Look” — has71
Modern Landscape
pretreated and it looks red and similar to mahogany. I don't like the look at all. Will it grey out naturally or is the prestained an inferior product?
Thanks, I thought it was redwood. I recently built a fence out of 1x4 redwood and am looking for ideas and suggestions for the best finish to use. We are
bamboo root balls can get large enough and it's less expensive than a larger insert. But we also use inserts when needed as my colleague has pointed out.
1. Trim and shapeAn out-of-control garden bed can be easily tamed in the cooler months; trimming will help keep trees and shrubs nice and compact. Use hedge trimmers (try an electric model to make life easier), followed by a good feed and
smaller spaces because of its manageable mature size (most varieties top out at 8 to 16 feet in temperate climates) and compact growth habit. These plants tend to have slimmer culms and take on the appearance of a bamboo hedge. Clumping bamboo does not require containment and flourishes in a wide variety
“Looks so good” — tweetylilly
Boxleaf Design
3 Reviews
Modern San Francisco Living
Stardust Modern, thank you for your kind words. The perimeter plantings are all Golden Hedge Bamboo. There were contained with a 3' deep root barrier. It was in instant transformation the day the bamboo went in.
was almost instantly transformed with the addition of artificial turf and bamboo screen. The turf was provided by Heavenly Greens, and the Golden Hedge Bamboo (Phyllostachys aurea) was used because we needed a relatively tall screen (to add privacy, and block neighboring facades), filtered light, and
I didn't do it, but I'd say turf - do you have any synthetic grass questions I can answer? Check us out at www.easyturf.com. Our industry leading turf is manufactured in Georgia - Cheers! George
“Walkway” — luckyinky
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