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Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks19,667
Questions15
as the backbone of the garden. Both the lower and upper garden are bordered by Annabelle Hydrangeas and Zelkovas planted along the asphalt driveway making the driveway recede and emphasizing a garden feel to an otherwise functional space. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
yea, how far from the drive did you plant your bushes & trees? Thanks a bunch!!!
I would like to plant these along fenceline how much space between each tree should I allow, thanks
This is so beautiful!!! I only wonder how is looks in the fall/winter months? I live in south Mississippi & we are blessed with lush landscapes & very mild winters. Having said that, our hydrangeas
Are these Hydrangeas planted in a row in front of the trees or in between them? How tall will they get or can you prune them to stay this size? Thanks!
“Plant by pool on fence area” — dianacphillips
Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
Ideabooks13,263
Questions3
How do you bye it and how big is it
If i want to bye it then how will i now how much it costs and how big it is i have a small back yard and i don't know how much it costs or how big it is!
How long is the Zip line?
swings and tree house - make for adults
how much fun would this be
zip line or tree house. Have a steep hill? Set up a rock climbing area on the hillside.Get creative and have fun — but remember to consult a pro to make sure any structure you build is safe before your kids use it.Drop in on one incredible playhouse
“Awesome play set” — Essie Lee
Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
Ideabooks8,712
Questions4
a spherical sundial, such as this armillary sundial, makes a beautiful and elegant focal point. Ringed with shrub roses and boxwood shrubs, the sundial has a place of prominence in this formal garden, located in Winnetka, Illinois. Note also how the axis continues through to the opening in the hedge
Semiformal. An underlying symmetrical plan brings order to the garden — but how it’s maintained will determine how formal it feels. While regular trimming is absolutely necessary to maintain the shape of hedges, you can allow things to get a bit
a spherical sundial, such as this armillary sundial, makes a beautiful and elegant focal point. Ringed with shrub roses and boxwood shrubs, the sundial has a place of prominence in this formal garden, located in Winnetka, Illinois. Note also how the axis continues through to the opening in the hedge
“informal garden” — tomhurk
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks7,361
Questions4
Where can I get metal edging like the one in this photo. How wide is it and should it be set in concrete?
A rhododendron just as the flowers are beginning to fade. If you want to get a rhodi make sure you keep it in check as they can become invasive with runners spreading underground.
flexible, making it ideal for creating sweeping curves. It's durable (lasting 12 years or more) and fairly easy to install, perfect for a homeowner's DIY project. Disadvantages: It can be difficult to find bender board, especially if you live in a rural area. The long length of the boards also makes them
flexible, making it ideal for creating sweeping curves. It's durable (lasting 12 years or more) and fairly easy to install, perfect for a homeowner's DIY project. Disadvantages: It can be difficult to find bender board, especially if you live in a rural area. The long length of the boards also makes them
“metal border” — laurannalie
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks97,332
Questions11
About how tall is the fencing in this picture?
How are the bricks layed. They look
Is this door wood or metal? How could a wooden door be used like this & be protected from the elements?
no question,just a comment how beautiful is this
natural, informal, edgy... 3) The kind of wood being painted; cedar, pressure-treated, ipe, etc. (It doesn't make sense to paint out the beauty of some woods). 4) Most importantly, what makes you happy when you sit in the space! My own yard is a woodland garden, therefore I leave most, if not all wood
I asked from paint shop how to cover a bench that is year-round outdoors. They suggested tinted primer to be covered with colorless boat-varnish. It did last for solid 10 years
“just.....” — Katy Hamm
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
Ideabooks15,242
Questions3
What dimensions are the wood and how were they anchored? Thank you
Like how this drip irr. is laid out.
your watering system. Now's the time to make sure your irrigation system is in good working order. As the days heat up, you'll be relying on it to provide your plants with water just as it's needed. To test, run each system manually for at least five minutes to make sure there are no leaks or no repairs
the time to make sure your irrigation system is in good working order," suggests landscape designer Genevieve Schmidt. "As the days heat up, you'll be relying on it to provide your plants with water just as it's needed. To test, run each system manually for at least five minutes to make sure there are
“Organized Layout” — castle
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks49,838
Questions11
How do you care for the planters?
Currently I have new cedar planters. I did not fill them with soil this year because I had already started plants in pots. I want to make sure the cedar planters can withstand the New England winters
the color and would like to get the same color if possible. Also, how are the rails fastened to the bed? Thanks!
What is the height and width? How deep is the soil?
How did you fasten the 2 x 6 board on top? I don't see any screws apparent
How is the system of planters watered?
Stain Color and How to attach railing?
property here in SE Wisconsin is the top of our boat house. It has a concrete slab top, so I'd like to have a vegetable garden using planters like these. How shall I plan for water drainage? It's also a great spot because (I think) I can keep the deer and rabbits out by having a gate at the top of the stairs
“Traditional beds” — mwarde3000
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks92,381
Questions18
How do you maintain the grass between the pavers?
Love the windows/doors. Who makes them? Thanks!
How wild does this Pachysandra grow?....I don't know how far to space....Couldn't find that info. on line...
How do you prevent tree roots from
how do you clean fallen leaves
problems I had wondered why there wasn't some sort of product like this to discourage root growth in certain ares. It seems like such a product could make a fortune.
Brick would make a good turret on a victorian
“Trees” — chantelleherring
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