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Secret Gardens of Sydney
Love the deck. What type of timber / finish?
Would you be able to tell me the name of the ferns near the deck and also the name of the tall plant with spear like leaves to the left of the chair. Thankyou
Slight chair looks comfortable and may work with small patio
Ferns and small heleconias to be planted under the ficus tree
tropical foliage come right up to your small deck's edges. Squares composed of deck planks continue the transition from this space into the rest of the lush garden.More:Harvest the Beauty of a Patio Garden11 Inspirational Small PorchesContractor Tips: Build a Top-Notch Deck
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7. Tropical havenThe owners turned to the landscape company, Secret Gardens, to transform their expansive garden in Sydney’s northern peninsula into a resort-style hideaway. The silvered timber of the decking complements
Small palm fenced area small leaf clusia
landscapeing on the edge of the deck
varieties of plants, great deck
Small yard and palm trees
Pattern on decking...small palm trees?...Deck and trees...Deck size
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
I am curious what kind of wood you used for the plank decking.
entryway to the decking and ponds
formal pond under deck
Decking leading to pavilion
Timber deck with pond
deck and water...Oriental deck...dark decking look...deck over pond
Saint Dizier Design
semi transparent? if semi, can you get this look with full body stain? what color is this? if I am to get it at home depot or Kelly? it makes the deck look very modern, I am trying to replace my current "painted redwood" look
Deck box for pathway
The deck walkout...color deck...Deck szele...Deck finishes...decking pathway...Deck flooring
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Like the gravel for small patio.
Use small spaces. Oftentimes it's the smallest garden spaces that are the most poorly lit, whether adjacent walls, trees or tall buildings are at fault. The upsides
that they're easily tended to and often have their own protected microclimate, making them ideal for growing tropicals.When using tropical plants in small areas, a little goes a long way. Don't add too many plants right away, since many will quickly outgrow their space and require trimming or division
like the deck progressing into stairwell with balastrade
Finishing under the deck
Tropical against a deck
rocks and foliage around deck
Flower bed around deck
Second story deck...Under deck boards...Love this deck
selective breeding of plants with desirable traits in order to produce the banana we are all familiar with. In the case of banana wild specimens are small and full of seeds to the point of being inedible; they also taste more like plantains because they have high starch content.
so wide pavers with small herbs inbetween.
Walk way from deck to concrete
Recycled concrete with mulch to decrease grass maintenance. Perfect for side leading up to deck!