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Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
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by Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC · More Info Email Comment16Bookmark5Like PRO Report Kevin Monohan / Avalon NW Since we wanted the steel to eventually weather to a dark color, we didn't want to go with the corten steel that remains pretty orange. This is Oregon
26, 2013 at 4:21PM Like Report mnpinho Many thanks. What 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
1 Report beaczar Beautiful. What technique did you use to keep the steel in place? July 9, 2013 at 2:12PM Like PRO Report Kevin Monohan / Avalon NW The plates are concave so the soil pressure from behind only pushes them more firmly into the boulders on each end. Mostly though, they are held in place
“Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as ey” — wntn
Stone Bridge Homes NW
6 Reviews
2012 Street of Dreams - "The Oregon Dream"
Ideabooks425
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Long narrow back yard example: Stone Bridge Homes NW
Stone Bridge Homes NW
NW Natural
“Pavers” — sherka138
Ross NW Watergardens
7 Reviews
Wood and Stone Steps
Ideabooks4,256
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This is how Ross NW Watergardens conquers steep slopes. Wood steps with boulders and gravel. This property in Lake Oswego, Oregon has a backyard that is almost all steep hillside. Using wood timbers and stones we are able to create winding pathways that make the space walkable. The boulders hold the
retain the slope at the same time. Check out our design philosophy at http://www.rossnwwatergardens.com/portland-landscaping-blog/ By Ben Bowen of Ross NW Watergardens, a Portland landscaping firm.
“Skale” — Vasja Rupnik
Ross NW Watergardens
7 Reviews
Rock Wall, Steps, Bamboo
Ideabooks3,135
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Check out more from this project at http://www.rossnwwatergardens.com/lake-oswego-shade-garden/ We love working in Lake Oswego! By Ben Bowen of Ross NW Watergardens, a Portland landscaping firm.
Ross NW Watergardens
“everything but the bamboo” — deanna_sue
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Ideabooks10,743
Questions6
Hello, Could you please tell me who built the grapevine covered trellis? Are they here in the NW? It's absolutely beautiful! Thanks very much in advance.
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
“It would be so nice to have a swing” — Beth Thomas
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Ideabooks11,871
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NW natives, narrow space, plants in the semi-mosaic circles.
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
“May work for side yard” — laurieb521
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks44,917
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out and over the edges. Most of the plantings will work in NW England. We have a similar climate here but with a marine influence.
Thanks very much for your kind reply - I'm a garden designer looking to create something similar in NW England. So, by 'plantings', you mean the larger grasses and
Pacific Nw Coast
“Will this plant work in ca?” — carolerusch
Infinity Homes NW, Inc
Hot Tub Gazebo
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Infinity Homes NW, Inc
“fence gate” — smhhmb
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