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Living Space Landscapes
3 Reviews
Twin Cities MN
Living Space Landscapes Mendota Heights MN
We designed and installed the landscape. I would recommend checking with your local building supply company or
Looks like plants we can grow in North Texas
Small seating area in front yard, incorporated in landscape design
combined with small planting areas...PLanting areas off the path....like the landscape....The planting cut outs...staircase and plantings
“.” — ddconway
Loudoun County's Premier Landscape Design Build Firm
We are a Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm.
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Residence Patio
Harbor Springs, Michigan In collaboration with Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects.
Slate patio with plantings and fireplace
flagstone with some plantings and some pea gravel
like the mix of stone and plants...landscape is pretty...Stonework landscaping....stone work and plants...Landscaping around it...with some plant beds
“Pavers” — aericson
Outhouse Design
4 Reviews
Beautiful espaliered plants - what plants have you used here please?
unique landscaping design. That piece of lawn looks golf course quality. Do you guys have a professional come over to take care of your landscaping for you
Love the use of planting areas and hardscape
the wall design the bench the plants near the tree
other plant materials, lawns are still treasured in gardens with children and, depending on your climate, can be a relatively inexpensive landscape feature
Espaliered plants. Espaliering basically means that trees or vines are trained to grow horizontally against a wall – it’s a traditional technique to encourage
This round lawn, set into a bed as another planting element, is eye catching and seemingly meant to be contemplated from a
“Love the circular lawn” — carolrider
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Love how the potted plants are incorporated
like the vase idea with planted flowers around it
The couple is responsible for all the landscape design, plantings and built structures. Many of the plantings are heirlooms from other families' homes
homes around British Columbia and Alberta, and many of the new plantings are native species.
Patio stone squares, color and plants
“fence & layout” — Kay Emerson
4 Reviews
What is the name of those stick plants ?
Could you please tell me where did you buy this plant pot? Thanks
In 2013+, designers are including an Italian cage system in landscaping and as features, I do not understand the thought behind these cages, why
thinking in create a modern backyard and have been looking for the name of this plant! Thank you!
like these potted plants, clean lines
“pots” — Ashlee Murphy
Monarch Butterflies and Milkweed
mostly native plants, and blog about my writing and gardening projects at The Deep Middle. See me at the Millersville Native Plants in the Landscape Conference
1. Plant milkweed in your landscape. There are over 140 species native
What You Can Do to Help the Monarchs: Plant milkweed in your landscape. There are over 140 species native to North America β€” for shade
What You Can Do to Help the Monarchs 1. Plant milkweed in your landscape. There are over 140 species native to North America β€” for shade
midsummer, followed by ornamental fall seedpodsWhen to plant: Potted or bare-root plants can be planted from spring to fall.
of three to five or planted individually among other perennials. Its small footprint means it can go just about anywhere.Planting notes. Most milkweeds
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/43872229/list/great-design-plant-asclepias-incarnata-for-a-butterfly-” — Annie Thornton
Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
1 Review
Driveway Landscape Design Plantings
Landscaping at the front entrance of the Englewood NJ home offers privacy and formality. Lush driveway plantings accent the estate-style entrance, while
while mature tree plantings screen the home and yard from passing neighbors.The front entrance truly sets the tone for the elegant landscape design.
“Landscape gate” — monicafraser1
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Hi, can you please tell me the name of this type of grass planted here?
repetition of a single plant species, like these grasses, is best appreciated on a windy day. It can appear as if the individual plants have merged to form
Not all planting edges need to be low. The stately lines of tall Miscanthus sinensis here show us what a dramatic effect really tall edging plants can create
A mass planting of grasses flanking an unusual walkway fills a long space. It reminds me
for the garden visitor, especially when it traverses a forest or a mass planting of ornamental grasses, such as this maiden grass (Miscanthus sp, USDA zones
“for above the concrete block wall by the garage doors to soften” — steve2426
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