West Winds Nursery LLC
2 Reviews
Water's edge
Ideabooks257
Questions0
A closer look at this stone stair constructed with Tennessee Crab Orchard Flagstone slabs. Thick slabs were snap cut and carefully arranged to create this attractive walk to the water.
“Stairs” — tammybunker
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Landsted Companies, LLC
1 Review
StarrWood Luxury
Ideabooks2,227
Questions4
Landmarkphotodesign.com
“Style” — amydonia
Leslie Rohrer
Stone work and perennial garden
Ideabooks780
Questions0
Fieldstone wall, flagstone walk, thyme, fountain grass, catmint, pergola entry gate.
“grasses” — serviceable
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Terraced Dover Haven
Ideabooks3,470
Questions1
View from mid level terrace, back towards picket vegetable garden.
“Walkway” — Steve Richards
Paquet's Restorations
3 Reviews
515 Shady Lane
Ideabooks293
Questions0
48 inch wide x 20 feet long arched bridge
“Bridge” — sarahann716
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Sandy Springs back yard retreat
Ideabooks3,938
Questions4
“for pathway” — mawzawmawzaw
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
Northern Arlington Residence
Ideabooks3,418
Questions4
The design that we developed unified the house with the greater landscape by bringing the curved lines of the corner lot (the street curved around the property) to the design of the drive, the front entry walk and the bedlines, while repeating and extending the linearity of the house in the side terrace garden. The terrace paving pattern also linked house and garden as we conti...More
“Liriope grass?” — scoop1953
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
Ideabooks2,744
Questions4
A carpet of lush turf frames the granite paver drive of this elegant estate. Over 6,000 impatiens dazzle views while entering the drive court. Groupings of loosely pruned hydrangeas, yews, and ornamental plantings provide a lush backdrop. The towering trees are carefully maintained by pruning, and root-feeding twice a year. Linda Oyama Bryan
“impatiens” — kierstenstinson
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