410 water drain Outdoor Design Photos

Sarah Natsumi Moore
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Eco Artist's House
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backyard. This corner of the yard features a gifted picnic table with a rebuilt top and a vintage striped umbrella. Crunchy limestone gravel keeps water bills down.
decorate the “tablecloths.” ◦Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. ◦For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. ◦Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music for an instant dance party. ◦Let older kids document the party with
decorate the “tablecloths.” •Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. •For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. •Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music for an instant dance party. •Let older kids document the party with
“lavicka” — danielsivulic
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Santa Ynez Ranch
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Water--For those of us dealing with water shortages, making the most of every drop becomes even more urgent. But you still have options. You can cut back on the size of your garden and look for varieties that thrive in naturally arid regions. While crops like broccoli and beans can be water hogs
Water just what you need to. Granted, you don’t have that option when you’re relying on summer rains. But when you do water, make sure you focus just on the plants. This has the bonus of discouraging weeds; plus,
Good watering tips plus great photos of raised beds.
peppers, squash, Swiss chard and tomatoes, especially ‘Early Girl’, ‘Sweet 100’, ‘Brandywine’ and ‘Burbank Slicing’, can handle less-than-regular watering once they’re established. Of course, herbs such as oregano, rosemary, thyme and lavender are staples of a drought-tolerant garden. Or maybe this is
“I like the raised boxes” — tswaim72
Studio EMG
lkpt residence
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Drainage here is installed behind the retaining wall so that any water build up here is drained out from under rather than overflowing onto the living space.
“جلسه وباربيكيو جنب الحوض” — Juma Mazmi
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
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fertile, well-drained soil and thrive best when they receive morning sun and at least some afternoon shade. • Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart. • Dig a hole that is the same depth as the container.• Shake soil from the plant loose and place the plant gently in the hole.• Add soil to fill.• Water the plant
“rock garden” — twixiej
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray and cream gravel bordered with 1" x 4" redwood boards that were soaked in water to make pliable prior to installation.
It's long 1x4 redwood, soaked in water to make them more flexible to bend.
that were soaked in water to make pliable prior to installation
Edging redwood soaked in water to make them bendy
The installation technique is brilliant. Soak 1x4 boards in water prior to installation.
Path Edging: It's long 1x4 redwood, soaked in water to make them more flexible to bend.
edging is 1' x 4' redwood soaked in water for flexibility
“path” — rhajie
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
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Bench Wall with Water Feature below
Outdoor ideas for water feature corner
water feature with fire and bench
Water feature with fire
Water feature...Fire water feature
“Wood corner concrete lounge” — Justin Stickelman
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
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water feature
WATER FOUNTAIN (example 2)
Water feature...Water fountain
“Example of hedging idea” — dunmoylan
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
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Start by choosing plants that have the same basic needs for sunlight, water and soil, such as the drought-tolerant sun lovers in this Mediterranean-inspired garden. And consider including plants native to your area. You’ll find
shape and color — it’s time to choose the actual plants and put them in place. Start by choosing plants that have the same basic needs for sunlight, water and soil, such as the drought-tolerant sun lovers in this Mediterranean-inspired garden. And consider including plants native to your area. You’ll find
Great low water garden w/ gravel
well together; most people would be hard pressed to know which is which. The result is an easy-care garden that's colorful without demanding too much water. The color of the decomposed granite pathway echoes the colors of the trails in the surrounding hills.
“Fleurs” — sguimo
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