78 above ground Outdoor Design Photos

jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
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garden, or even in a more formal border. But where it might really shine is in groups and massed drifts, especially as a transition plant between ground covers and taller architectural plants like Indian grass or switchgrass. I find it quite versatile.
garden, or even in a more formal border. But where it might really shine is in groups and massed drifts, especially as a transition plant between ground covers and taller architectural plants like Indian grass or switchgrass. I find it quite versatile. landscape Eupatorium perfoliatum Save to IdeabookEmail
garden, or even in a more formal border. But where it might really shine is in groups and massed drifts, especially as a transition plant between ground covers and taller architectural plants like Indian grass or switchgrass. I find it quite versatile.
“Blackeyedsusans” — chatncurl
Chris Merenda-Axtell Interior Design
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Richardson
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Decomposed granite (dg) is the ground cover
Cool backyard with gravel ground cover
What is the ground cover(rock)?
Ground Cover
“Grava en el suelo” — clarushka
Flavin Architects
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Rooftop Oasis
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This kind of 'bold, boxy' look is great for 2nd story decks. Blackfalds Real Estate features ground floor versions of this style.
The wooden deck. Above all houses
Above the trees
“tall posts that form a frame” — coriejensen
Ann Kearsley Design
Newly planted dwarf conifers intersect planted rays of native woodland ground co
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Newly planted dwarf conifers intersect planted rays of native woodland ground co
Dwarf conifers anchor bands of native mosses, ground covers and ferns planted in radiating bands through an existing Maritime Woodland along the coast of Downeast Maine. Photo credit: Ann Kearsley Design 2013
native ground covers
“This is amazing. An organized naturalized landscape. Love the use of ferns and moss.” — hnattk
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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blooms in August for one to two weeks, in moist, medium and even dry soil in full to partial sun. You don't need much space for this plant; 6 inches of ground is just fine.
foot wide Benefits and tolerances: Attracts butterflies, birds and beneficial bees by the dozens; adaptable. Seasonal interest: Planting all of the above Liatris species provides flowers from early July to late September (in zone 5); good winter interest. When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch
blooms in August for one to two weeks, in moist, medium and even dry soil in full to partial sun. You don't need much space for this plant; 6 inches of ground is just fine.
1 foot wideBenefits and tolerances: Attracts butterflies, birds and beneficial bees by the dozens; adaptable.Seasonal interest: Planting all of the above Liatris species provides flowers from early July to late September (in zone 5); good winter interest.When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch
“amazing beauty” — Kurt Jacobsen
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
T h e | D e e p | M i d d l e
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natives, my entire life changed, and not just with issues of less work. My emotional experiences in the garden evolved; I was connected to my home ground in ways I never knew were possible. by Benjamin Vogt Add to ideabook by Benjamin Vogt Here's how natives can change your experience too. 1. Less
don’t fuss with any of them. I water one or two times a year — usually in the fall, to help them overwinter after a dry August. I cut them down to the ground in mid-March over a long afternoon, using them as free mulch. That’s it. No fertilizing. No pruning. No spraying. I estimate I spend one-quarter of
don’t fuss with any of them. I water one or two times a year — usually in the fall, to help them overwinter after a dry August. I cut them down to the ground in mid-March over a long afternoon, using them as free mulch. That’s it. No fertilizing. No pruning. No spraying. I estimate I spend one-quarter of
“7. The Find Native Plants website. If you’re looking for a one-stop shop with links to local nurse” — rbtucker
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
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Belmont Front Yard
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Ground covers merge along the bluestone walkway to provide a great combination of color and texture
ground cover...ground covers merge
“ground covers merge” — Cyndi Crumpton
Grateful Beds
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Outdoor Dining
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don't see any ground covers and there's not enough edge reveal to keep mulch from migrating over them. I struggle with this scenario because clients often don't do enough the first two years to allow Sagina, Thyme, or other ground covers to fully establish.
Clear of dirt? There's ground cover around
“Similar space” — Camilo Becdach
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