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Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
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Love the mirror in the garden!
Garden mirror propped looks like our garden
idea of a mirror reflecting the garden
Secret Garden nook. Love the mirror.
English cottage. This garden is reminiscent of the English classic book The Secret Garden. Lush vines, rich color and quiet nooks for reading and relaxing give it a peaceful feel. If you're inspired by the Brits' beautiful gardens, start with a table and chairs in painted white iron or go for
is casually slung low to the ground, giving the area a laid back, easygoing vibe. Increase the attraction of your favorite container garden by placing one directly behind it..
The garden offers even more possibilities. A table set beneath the shade of a tree or arbor would make an inspiring place
“simple, mirror could be interesting” — patrat22
Modern Landscape
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I love you're work! Are those mortared pavers or concrete? If concrete, how was it done?
stones and pebbles and sand. looks nice in the garden. need a big one though
hardscape, waterscape to zen garden - seamless and appropraite transition
Stone and SandAsian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in their Zen gardens. Here finely crushed stone has been raked into patterns simulating water currents flowing, even circling stone formations
“Wood panel exterior” — jazzajones
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Fig tree, enclosed patio off of kitchen
love the door to the garden
romantic- sense of enclosure - a garden room
Wonderful idea for a garden gate
9. Are you buying with your head or your heart? Irresistible features like this garden gate can make us fall head over heels and throw caution to the wind when it comes to buying a home. Loving the home is important before you buy but make sure you’re not blind to any flaws.
Peter J. Harrison, if you're looking for some nice information on historic fences.Browse photos of fence designsMore:12 Great Fences and Gates
Some shapes are so distinctly associated with a design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement
“Wonderful garden gate!” — lisamangum
RDM Architecture
14 Reviews
Projects
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This garden path was created next to the new master bedroom addition we designed as part of the Orr Residence renovation. The curving limestone paver path is defined by the plantings. RDM and the client selected plantings that are very happy in the shade as this part of the yard gets very little direct
Sorry Theora, 1915, I dont know the brand of clapboard used or the exact paint . Although, a little research i'm sure will get you closer to the products you need to suit your budget. . I always say buy the best you can afford, especially if you plan on staying in your home for
It was part of a much larger project and the clients actually did the vast majority of the garden design once the spaces had been defined. As far as costs they are going to vary from region to region and in your plan materials so I would try and find a local landscape architect or designer to lay something
“Path” — caoconno
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
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How do you use decorative garden urns?
take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't causing too much damage, you may opt to leave them be, but if they begin ravaging your tomatoes or ruining your lawn, be sure you
these problems before they take their toll in your garden.
chemicals. Your local county extension office or trusted nursery will be able to help you identify the problem and choose an appropriate treatment.
Great olive jar at right but this illustrates why I would not use roses, as they are not compact and ordered for your preferences.
take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't causing too much damage, you may opt to leave them be, but if they begin ravaging your tomatoes or ruining your lawn, be sure you
“lovely” — louisekhabure
Personal Garden Coach
1 Review
Monochromatic gardens
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A stunning monochromatic garden in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green spears of agave to the violet-blue of the iris, you can find every shade of blue in the garden. Notice which blues you are most drawn to there, then widen your view to take in the colors surrounding them — green is
Notice which blues you are most drawn to there, then widen your view to take in the colors surrounding them — green is a natural pairing, but pink, purple and yellow can also make great companions to blue.
“size” — glendamitchell
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
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'comfortably reach about 2 feet'. 2 feet is fine if you're a 6'2" contractor, and you stick your hand out a couple times to see if you can reach the middle. Try weeding the middle of the bed for an hour, and see if you don't have back strain. If you're under 6 feet tall, a 2 foot reach will create back
are made in Portland, Oregon by a place called Natural Yards. The wood is cedar infused with silica. Supposed to be totally safe for vegetable gardening and allows the cedar to be in contact with the ground without rotting away. Really quick to install. Here are another couple photos of planters
infused with silica. Supposed to be totally safe for vegetable gardening and allows the cedar to be in contact with the ground without rotting away. Really quick to install. If you're under 6 feet tall, a 2 foot reach will create back strain after half an hour. I never make a bed wider than 3 feet 6 inches
“Love the raised beds” — John Anderson
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
add fish to the water, natural fertilizers for the garden! basic aquaculture
These slim garden beds are perfect for those with narrow landscapes. The homeowners here are reaping the benefits of homegrown food without giving away too much of their precious yard space.
“Raised beds” — paluck
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