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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Cottage Garden
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with the big leafy plant along the fence.
dense planting along fence to discourage dog digging
These plants practically dwarf the fence behind it, creating a layered feel that's been in the making for a few years. Tip: If you don't want a fence
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A dense planting along a fence line can also be a deterrent. Keep the bed relatively narrow and
perennial, Japanese anemone makes a stunning accent plant massed in borders or mixed with hostas or obedient plants. Prune after flowering to avoid prolific reseeding
dense planting along a fence line...dense planting along a fence ine...planting in front of fence and behind...small picket fence to keep dogs out...Love the look of this planting...plantings along fence can deter digging...The plant also works well in a cottage
“Japanese Anemone, Windflower-5ft-full sun/partial shade-perennial-” — Ben Lokey
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks7,655
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What material did you use for the fence?
What did you use for the top of the fence? Is it just a 1x2?
The fence has a 2x6 cap over two sides of 1 x4s and 1x2s.
would long lines of plants along walkway
natural wood fence, and unique style, and rustic. walkway details
material did you use for the fence?...Do you know how tall this fence is?
“Grasses,” — meesue
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks6,335
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Hi! Can you tell me what's the plant on the bottom left?
Rocks strewn across a landscape populate sparsely planted spaces. The continuity unites multiple planting areas.
What is the red plant on the right...light fence around property on right...Rocks like these for planting beds...love the fence. cool and inviting
“Great landscaping with stairs” — sanchezmargaret
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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What color is the fence? Is it paint or solid stain? Thank you!
The fence (and plants) are beautiful! Can I get
for the fence with dimensions and all? Thanks, Barb
By any chance do you have the names of these plants? I live
Love the design with the different textures and shades of green! What plants do you have other
live in north van and am looking for interesting ways to plant. The ground cover in the centre of the picture is particularly nice! Is your yard relatively
have designed! What are the taller plants you used in the back row along the fence? Thanks!
Hi foxy11. I planted this garden and they are Oxalis (Golden
variegated ones. I have planted a small rhododendron in behind the baby's tears. There is also Tricyrtis hirta (toad lily) planted in the far left back.
multiple small plants under the hostas?
“backyard foliage in corners” — Catherine Bradley
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks7,052
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What type of ornamental grass is this in front of the fence? Also is it evergreen? Thanks!
We sourced this fence locally through a wholesale fence supply company in Long Island, NY. Wayside Fence. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch
for this type of pre-made picket fence. My guess is 2 1/2 - 3 inch spacing. This is a pretty standard off the shelf fence, not custom at all. Good luck
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
rustic wood fence not only serves as a backdrop for these perennials, but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged
Where is this fence available ?...terrific plant from Monrovia here: ......Some plants in front of front fence...Tall plants for front of house
“Good fence” — jstine42981
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
Small Home
Ideabooks4,529
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What brand and color of stain was used on the fence?
Small yard, paved (stained, patterned concrete?), yet plants against fence backdrop
Stamped concrete patio with fence and border plants
Love the plants around the concrete...Plants on edges all the way through...Concret plants and fence...Fence #2...like the fence...Fence color
“patio” — jjhopkins
K&D Landscape Management
10 Reviews
Urban Frenzy
Ideabooks1,813
Questions1
Love the fence - how much did it cost
Love the fence - how much did it cost? Thanks!
Lots of plants...Fenced patio...des pierres, des plantes...Beautiful fencing...Trellis fence...plants and pergola...Fence and bricks...i like this fence...Like the fence...the fence, floor...fence post finish...Potted plants...fence west
“i like this fence” — Shelley Weber
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks20,181
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Would this fence get hot? ex: exposure to sun, etc. Thanks
just wondering about the long term look of this fence...
area so it gets hot. Do you feel this would be a good privacy fence and would you plant grass nearby? What did you use to brace it against?
Would this fence hold up to high winds? Would it get very hot?
grows to at least 5'x5' and gets very dense. Also, are these male and female plants? I understand there's a difference in their behavior, and I would like to
what your fence looks like. I hope this helps.
I love this fence but would like to know if the Corrugated metal is on top of a wooden fence or just on
not worry about the circulation between the two fences. You can attach the metal directly to the wood fence with galvanized screws. The part I can't tell
this plant? I must have it!
“galvanized” — karenatx
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