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LJ Design and Consulting
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Walk and blue rocks
split walk
“San” — Daniel Dinh
Hawks Landscape Inc.
1 Review
Cedar Lake
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flagstone walk
lannon stone walk...limestone walk
“Path” — rhagen1
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Stonegates Retirement Community
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PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Commercial $25,000 - $75,000 Award Level: Bronze Project Description: Outdoor Dining Area and Walking Paths Background: This project was designed and constructed in several phases beginning in 2007. `Stonegates' is a luxury retirement community located
Finally, the area needed to be surrounded by beautiful gardens which would provide seasonal color and inspiration to the residents. Design Program - Walking Paths &. Footbridge: After the completion of the Dining area patios, the project was tremendously successful and the area was heavily used. The residents
residents who lived in distant areas of the community requested that the dining patios be connected to the perimeter areas with a series of asphalt walking paths. In addition, a footbridge would be required to allow passage over a drainage swale. Lighting was requested so the residents could navigate the
Joan Rothenbucher Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Lush plantings soften a linear walk. Plantings on both side of the walk add mor
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Lush plantings soften a linear walk. Plantings on both side of the walk add mor
bluestone walk
Green Planet Landscaping Pools & Spa
Jack B
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Like walk...Walk way...Walking path
“Slate” — Linda Buzbee
Switzer's Nursery & Landscaping, Inc.
7 Reviews
Privacy Pergola & Paver Walk
Ideabooks114
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Privacy Pergola & Paver Walk
Privacy Pergola & Paver Walk
Paver walk
“Fence” — Deborah Young
Golightly Landscape Architecture
Major Renovation for a Craftsman-style Forest Park Bungalow
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planting beds of a sometimes stale symmetrical aesthetic. Using native Alabama bluestone, John created a new walk that meanders throughout the property—replacing the old concrete path. The new walk gives way to an existing beautiful chert retaining wall and pier at the corner of the property. Meanwhile
Meanwhile, lawn and concrete give way to an ever-changing tapestry, woven together with perennials and ornamental grasses that "pop" against the stone walk's subtle blue and gray hues. A spacious terrace complete with Craftsman detailing now stands at the back of the home where a dilapidated wood deck once sat
“I like this combination of plants.” — rugosas
Earth Design, Inc.
11 Reviews
Patio Spaces
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This flagstone walk to the front of our client's farm house features flanking benches. The walk and stone curb abut the pea gravel driveway.
entrance walk
“edging” — Pat Vose
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