386 Drains Patio Design Photos

Leslie Rohrer
Boxwood, Astilbe & Hydrangea
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well-drained soil Light requirement: Part to full shade Mature size: 1½ to 2 feet tall and 1 foot to 1½ feet wide Bloom time: Midsummer
well-drained soil Light requirement: Part to full shade Mature size: 1½ to 2 feet tall and 1 foot to 1½ feet wide Bloom time: Midsummer
well-drained soilLight requirement: Part to full shade Mature size: 1½ to 2 feet tall and 1 foot to 1½ feet wideBloom time: Midsummer
“Flower combination” — cruise220
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Gradman Residence
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chain drain, concrete or concrete style tiles- economics and durability
circular drain cast in place, light/heat gain control with short upper windows & extended exterior ceiling
Drain chain / Japan...the roof drain.
“Bonelli” — ullatandrup
ZAK Architecture
Great Lanai
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Chain drain
Chain drain idea
“patio lanai” — jaxthepuppy
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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important well-draining, soil is imperative to avoid root rot. Feeding: Not necessary, though to speed the growth of pups (see "propagation," below), slow-release fertilizer is most efficient. A half-strength mixture of liquid fertilizer can be placed into the cup no more than once per month. General: Blooms
important well-draining, soil is imperative to avoid root rot.Feeding: Not necessary, though to speed the growth of pups (see "propagation," below), slow-release fertilizer is most efficient. A half-strength mixture of liquid fertilizer can be placed into the cup no more than once per month.General: Blooms will
“courtyard” — Rhiannon Alva
PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorManca
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Questions0
rainwater to drain away. "Mexico City was a lake at one point," says Cremoux. "You've got to leave an area that water can go through."
“Cladding” — ashishsachdev
WA design
8 Reviews
Parlette Residence
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Water drains into a 1½-inch pile of river rocks, creating a gentle splash. A copper pan underneath collects the water for recirculation by way of the feature's single pump, located in the Cor-Ten steel box at the base. An indoor wall switch controls the fountain. Cost: Though it's difficult to put an
“Fountain” — meetajesrani
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
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corksABS drain pipeClaw-foot tubLight fixture — $50:Soap crateStrand of Christmas lightsExtension cordOther materials:Clear outdoor protective sealer for all wood that's not pressure treatedRepurposed materials for bath accessories (cedar decking shower caddy, tree stump side table, towel hooks)More: See
“Outdoor bath” — tinny111
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
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Well-drained soil is always preferred, but persimmons, especially the Japanese, are very tolerant of different soils. American persimmons have a long taproot, so the soil should be loose.How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide
“backyard firepit and seating” — corlossy
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