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Alice Masin
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what typw of plant/vine is that on the trellis?? to the right?
an absolutely must to bring your balcony to life. But think beyond potted plants and flower boxes which are pleasant but predictable. Creeping vines, such
feel of an enclosed sanctuary. Here, planters increase the height of the wall and give the space more intimacy. It might be tempting to go for the view
plants on the right for the wall
“Table shape” — ousseima21
Fairfax County Hot Tubs, Fire Pit and Outdoor Furniture Specialists
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Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Corten steel waterfall
Corten steel and stone walls create a cascading water feature.
We are looking to do our first corten steel retaining wall installation here in Toronto. The client is very keen on the idea, but, wants
assurance that the steel will rust evenly to an orange patina. I've seen some walls with a nice consistent colour, others that look "splotchy". Your insights
contractor has a metal shop and we worked with them. It is a concrete retaining wall with Corten Steel veneer.
used on walls and levels separating main road from parking lot ( الساحة). What do u think if we use this Corten steel to cover the Main Wall ( wall with
retaining wall is clad in a Corten steel veneer. The water leaves streaks adding to the individual character of the feature
“Cordon steel looks good w stone” — janet0704
Arterra Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Repetition of plant material for major impact!
The kind of plants I think we should use at the house
Plants look like native flowers. Built up stone retaining wall. Good idea for breakfast patio.
Like the color of planting...Walls with plants...pavers and stone wall...the flowers and plants
“Mass plants for xeriscaping” — groundhog2329
Studio H Landscape Architecture
26 Reviews
A Tropical Modern Sideyard
edging on either side of the pebble walkway to keep them in place and keep plants out?
but if you go to the plant finder on www.sunset.com that should be able to tell you.
What are the narrow trees against the wall? Are they evergreen
not in this case, the pebble acts as the mulch for the planting
Off-centered Mexican pavers and river rock path with favorite spiky plants
Can use large potted plants in with garden
“Tree crape myrtle” — terryannhb
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
the stone wall doubling as extra seating
plantings behind wall...Stone wall...Wall with stone top...Wall instead of a fence?...Rock wall...plantings on other side...wall around pool...wall w/ pavers...pull out from wall...seat wall...Retaining wall
“wall for front edge” — karenkdear
Seattle Urban Garden
used for Stair Treads and Brick for wall?
Could you tell us material used for Stair Treads and Brick for wall?
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What plant hangs from the pergola?...nice wall...Similar wall height, stairs...Those hanging plants...retaining wall...The side wall...plants on ceilinglike...Plants on wall
“Flowers/wedding” — macdoll224
Midwest Block & Brick
3 Reviews
Outdoor Landscaping & Patio Ideas
Small green plants in front of boxwoods
“like the large line of boxwoods down the middle flanked by the liraipe on each side.” “Small green plants in front of boxwoods”
layering of plants...Boxwoods with plants in front...Nice plantings
“Very nice!” — Youtopia Designs
Suzman Design Associates
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Poacher's Cottage
What are the chartreuse plants around the bench?
StevenFoster.com to identify many varieties of plants...
They look like Lady's Mantle to me. It's a nice plant. The leaves hold water droplets like jewels
Plants between wall and patio...Love the plants...Retaining wall...Plants around bench...Wall idea and curved lawn...yellow and purple plantings...light green plant..?
“Limestone for screen porch” — Jan Hernig
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