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Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Wild Basin exterior
Ideabooks1,307
Questions3
I've been trying to get ideas to add height to a patio. It's difficult with a low roof line.
“Simple” — str8crusin
Jeff Watson Homes, Inc.
3 Reviews
Model Home 132 Vista Lane Georgetown Tx
Ideabooks2,663
Questions3
the name of this stone. Hopefully it was purchased at Espinosa Stone in Georgetown. I love the color in this stone and have been looking high and low for the perfect stone for our new home!
“Grill” — pmac1024
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks2,155
Questions3
HI - I love your ideabooks and your website. How do you keep the cotinus so low? Special pruning?
“Colors” — mbell8234
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks46,341
Questions10
Yes they are Astilbe. They are a great perrenial. Low maintenance. Long season of interest.
“BIG steeping stones” — cjreamer
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks42,387
Questions8
low height bed
“Daybed” — tanttle
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
Ideabooks24,019
Questions5
The stones are set on a fine gravel, not sand. There is a selection of creeping thyme and other low spreading plants placed in the gravel to soften the edges of the stone.
“This is a tighter configuration with a few inches between each stone. Ordinarily, I place the stone” — East Chop Gardens
Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
3 Reviews
SC 3
Ideabooks18,487
Questions5
I believe that below the trellis, a UV resistant plastic edge strip was used and along the wall, a very low concrete curb, finished in plaster to match the home, with a brick cap was used.
“For side yard” — tmgardner
Pinnacle Architectural Studio
Desert Sanctuary (Private Residence)
Ideabooks27,709
Questions3
We are decorating our high school youth night church room, it is relatively big. I want to make teens feel welcome but our budget is quite low. Any ideas?
“EVERYTHING!!!” — Tanerélle Stephens
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