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Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
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September 23, 2013 at 12:30PM Like PRO Report Kevin Monohan / Avalon NW The only info I could find surfing out there was how soil affects the corrosion of steel, not vice versa. And though people bury rusty nails around hydrangeas, it doesn't really change the pH like they think it will. September 23, 2013
oxidation produce chemicals that have a detrimental effect on the soil and eventually on the plants? Excuse my ignorance on any basic chemistry. September 23, 2013 at 7:57AM Like PRO Report Kevin Monohan / Avalon NW None that I am aware of. I haven't researched this though. I imagine there will be more iron
thickness you have used. June 26, 2013 at 4:39PM Like PRO Report Kevin Monohan / Avalon NW This steel is 1/2" thick. The top three tiers of steel are 36" tall, leaving 24" above grade and 12" in the ground. June 27, 2013 at 6:30AM Like 1 Report beaczar Beautiful. What technique did you use to keep
“landscape” — Curt Bodkyn
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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These are Gulf Muhly (muhlenbergia capillaris) and they grow 2'-2.5' tall and 2'-3' wide.
These are Gulf Muhly (muhlenbergia capillaris) and they grow 2'-2.5' tall and 2'-3' wide.
D-CRAIN De­sign and Con­struc­tion These are Gulf Muhly (muhlenbergia capillaris) and they grow 2'-2.5' tall and 2'-3' wide. Agave too love it
Gulf Muhly (muhlenbergia capillaris) and they grow 2'-2.5' tall and 2'-3' wide.
“Pink grasses” — Lindy Renshaw
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks58,598
Questions19
I don't remember whether they are 2'x3' or 18" x 30" or 18" x 36". We gap them 3" to 6" depending on application. Those are at about 3" gaps.
The variegated plants are Yucca x 'Bright Edge' The rushes in the background are Juncus patens 'Elk Blue' .
“rocks” — Monica Bell
Seattle Area Architect
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Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Beach Vision
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1/3 2/3 cantilever
“entrance” — awmrt
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
Santa Monica Canyon
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Thanks!, It is a custom fabricated concrete fire pit roughly 2'2" x 7'0" x 13"
Love this backyard. I think it would be a good fit for 23rd Place.
“Fire pit” — Lindy Renshaw
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
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I believe it is 30.9" x 3.5"
most narrow of all the pools 3.5 x 30'
31 X 4' -- very small!
small swimming pool 30.9 x 3.5Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony
Pool dimensions 30.9 X 3.5
30.9" x 3.5" lap pool
31"x3.5" spa...perfect 30 X 3.5...3.5 x 30. Deck
“Artful” — uskudarli786
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
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The tall ones are Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'
“sacate alto” — chavalo
merge studio
2 Reviews
napa residence
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20' wide by 40' long. The covered part is about 20' x 20'. The posts and beams are hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns. A knife-blade for post-to-footing connection. The beams are 6x8's, and the rafters are 4x8's.
entire structure is about 20' wide by 40' long, and the covered part is about 20' x 20'. The posts and beams are hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns; 6x8's for the beams, and the rafters are 4x8's .
“The swing” — walice
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