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jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
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Rob Cardillo, Kwatee Stamm Architect: Moger Mehrhof Architects Landscape representative of the vernacular of the region.
devoid of life. In nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect.
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense garden full of life and shelter and food for insects and birds
versatile. landscape Eupatorium perfoliatum Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Planting notes. Boneset prefers a consistently moist soil (clay to loam) and will scorch in dry soil. I find it does fine in medium clay that goes through a boom and bust cycle of rain (which makes it ideal for rain gardens or dry creek
“mix plant formqation” — elkandrew
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
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Maine Retreat
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Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Right you are. I just returned from the Pacific NW and in a woodland garden came up a plant the reminded me of hosta standing up at attention. I learned it was Skunk Cabbage? Skunk Cabbage, anyone? May I ask, in what state do you garden? I have been eyeing Great Western Cedar's.
like the planting in between the patio and boulders
natural plantings above wall blend in
The way the plants "peek" out from the rocks
Rocks with low plants nearby, good idea for near slope?
Beautiful landscape. I'd have very little yard
Contrast of colors and textures. Evergreen bones anchor garden in winter.
“Fell” — sumac16
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
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group plants with similar watering needs together. This idea may deter deer.
ted plants, like lettuces and spinach, in the same garden bed.
The way the plants are protected from animals/birds.
Plant just what you need, and group edibles with similar watering needs together. This applies especially if you want only a few plants, not an entire market garden. Create a separate herb garden, and consider planting beans, corn and squash together. (The beans
beans use the stalks for support, and the squash leaves keep insects at bay.) Or keep shallow-rooted plants, like lettuces and spinach, in the same garden bed.
Goodall collects arugula from one of the garden beds, which furnish the family with plenty of chard, fennel, beets, peppers, rhubarb, kale, cauliflower, corn, eggplant, zucchini, Japanese turnips, lemons and herbs.
“Netting” — dutchgirl1216
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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Spa in Pool
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Taking inspiration from the agrarian site and a rustic architectural vernacular this terraced hillside garden evolved in response to time and place. The design vision was to celebrate the site, preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele
Hi, You will want to ask Arterra LLP Landscape architects for the landscape portion of the project. You can reach them by clicking on their link under the picture.
What kid of grasses and flowers did you use for the landscaping? It's beautiful!
Garden tile area. Cud change the tiles
Love the contrast of natural plantings and contemporary architecture of pool
“plants. Grasses and flowers” — dearbennett
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
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Pasture Lane - The Farm at Banner Elk
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What type of plant is that?
Really nice! Plants near rocks by slope, remarks "edge"
Consider rock garden to split grass from play area
space to plant fox gloves and host at the second level
It's hard to have a nice garden like this in my town :'( But I still wanna have this one.
love mix of rocks & plants on slope
“Columns and rail” — caburns12
ModernBackyard
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Eagle Nest
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What plants are these? I love the look
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
I'm not sure where those planters specifically are from, but Inner Gardens has a few great planters that are the same modern style, and a similar color. Here's one to give you an idea: http://www.houzz.com/photos/169937/Inner-Gardens-Fiber-Cement-Arrow-Planter--outdoor-planters- Design Within Reach is
The neutral colors, especially gray and green, we have seen here so far are part of the framework that holds the garden together. The same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially
“container garden for both porches” — jbpickering
Gates & Croft Horticultural Design
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Jane C. Gates
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I live in the High Desert 5000ft level and wonder what these plants are and if they would do well here. OR, we have snow in the winter, sometimes longer than we want and a very short growing season. Thank you in advance. I have an acre that I am starting from blank canvas....onward and upward.
Hi, how do you put the wagon wheels in the ground and were they treated before planting them? Thank you.
I really like the mix of plants and hard objects.
This landscape is so cute for a country home. It also has a very rustic feel. Simple plants are still pretty when used right like in this idea.
Drought & deer resistant plants and natural look and wagon wheels
i like the layout of the garden. It givessme
“I like the wagon wheels” — Jennifer McLucas
Rob Kyne
The Hampton Garden
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correct? Do you put the gravel under the planter bed for drainage or under the boards to keep the wood off the ground? Do you line the inside with a landscape fabric?
You could try using landscaping paper under the gravel. We did and then compacted stone dust between the raised beds. It compacts into a hard surface, more difficult for weeds
on inside, sides...landscaping fabric on the bottom over gravel for drainage.
vegetable garden, raised beds, crushed stone
Raised garden for that area in my
outside make seats possible without infringing on the planting area
and picking plants...love the small rocks surrounding the planters
want a veggie garden with beds
Traditional raised garden boxes work double duty, as they also provide a bit of seating along these neat garden paths.
“Veggie garden possibility” — Wendy Saxe
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