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289 vine Pool Design Photos
Environmental Landscape Associates
Clean and Contemporary
with a margin of earth to plant vines
open planting area for vines
Vines coming from the footers.
Lewis Aqüi Landscape + Architectural Design
what type of plants..vine...is the wall made of and what is the supporting structure behind it made of?
The vine is Ficus repens. The structure is solid concrete wall.
vine covered wall that pool edges too and plantings
the vine is Ficus repens. The structure is solid concrete wall.
Wall vine behind pool
concrete wall with vines
vine wall...pool with vine wall
Dallas Renovation Group
Majestic Estate Patio
What kind of vine is grown on the pergola
vine structure at back; shape; water feature
Pergola with vine accented by statues.
total vine covered roof
pergola vine...Vine on pergola
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Vines growing over pergola
vine covered pergola
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
columns with vines
Pergola with climbing vines
vine covered columns
Tim Davies Landscaping
I have a concrete wall that borders the yard of our new house. Trying to figure out what to do with it. What is the vine on this wall?
Vines on wall and pool
Vines on the retaining wall
Star jasmine vine
Winnetka, IL Pool - Swimming Pools Chicago: Platinum Pools
the stone, connected to low deck, connected to home. too many bushes and plantings and vines.
Pergolas. Vines...Vines on posts
Matthew Murrey Design
Transitional Entertaining Garden
CAN U PLS TELL ME HOW U DID THAT BACK WALL WITH THE VINES? ITS BEAUTIF
CAN U PLS TELL ME HOW U DID THAT BACK WALL WITH THE VINES? ITS BEAUTIFUL, I WOULD LOVE THE TRY IT. THANKS FOR YOUR TIME
for this installation. We created the pattern using a series of eye hooks screwed into the fence with heavy gauge galvanized wire run through. The vines were then planted, removed form the nursery stakes, separated, and then fastened to the wires using horticultural ties. The horizontal and vertical