72 water drain Outdoor Design Photos

Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
50 Reviews
Modern Landscape Heights
system that we had installed in the yard because she wanted natural irrigation and drainage only. The gravel served this wish superbly. Being a natural drain in its own respect, it provided a permeable surface that allowed rainwater to soak through without collecting on the surface. More importantly, the
front of the house, and the jasmine was planted beneath the trees. Both are very fast growing, drought resistant species that require very little watering. However, they do require routine pruning, which Ms. Borow said she had no problem investing in. Such lawn alternatives are frequently used in Houston
planting of carpet grass. In this case, the motivation had nothing to do with finances, but rather a conscientious effort on Ms. Borow’s part to practice water conservation and tree preservation. Other hardscapes were then introduced into this green design to better support the home architecture. A stepping
“Simple” — jrrimmer
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
water feature
WATER FOUNTAIN (example 2)
Water feature...Water fountain
“Example of hedging idea” — dunmoylan
K&D Landscape Management
10 Reviews
Farmhouse Fun
Gota have a fire pit as well as water features. Fire and water.
Minus the fire pit...put a water fountain instead
“Hedge” — s_strachan
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Suburban Oasis
Water Feature
“Vine stand” — mcnabx5
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Zen Garden Waterfall Feature + Integrated Wall Light
integrated wall water feature
simple water feature
waterfall water feature
Water Feature...water feature
“water feature” — jnyack
Outside Space
Small Spaces
water elements
water feature...water feature
“urn” — surbiton
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
Dickinson Water Feature
Dickinson Water Feature
water feature
Legacy Landscape
11 Reviews
Brick, Flagstone and Gravel Outdoor Living Space
This area was a lawn that was difficult to keep watered and healthy. The California drought and an upcoming wedding were catalysts to redesign the space. The existing garden is rustic with a craft style home and brick patio with Connecticut Bluestone walkways inspiring the use of the same materials
“folding chairs/gravel stone combo” — saraflynnsf
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