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Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Outdoor Living Spaces
- mass planting around terrace - mixed screen
evergreens should be planted between 10 and 50 feet from your house in order to provide an effective windbreak; plant them 10 to 20 feet from each other in either a line or clusters.
plantings around pit
Add some planting a and
Wallace Landscape Associates
landscape patio...among plants...potted plants
“patio under trees with path” — kim6068
Loudon County's Leading Custom Window Provider
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Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
I like the idea of plantings, but not sure about this choice...
Light colored plants in a curve accentuating curve of stairs...but not all the way up.
love the landscape - charm galore!
spiral planting design
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
pink/purple plant...Plants in between...Slope planting...Red spikes plant...Pattern plants...Landscape idea...like the red plants...ainer plants...potted plants
“L” — threej
helps,” “planting my hydrangeas, 22 years ago, with the latest ones being planted seven years ago. As for the rhododendrons, they were already there when we bought our house.in 1990. I cut them back harshly, six years ago, and even since, they are doing so much better.”
landscape - red rhodedendron
Red plant?
“red flowers” — uconnalm
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Garden Design and installation Glesnide, Pa
of the plants next to it, this fence looks like it's been here awhile.
fence with landscaping
deep plantings along
what is the big plant
order plantings...border plantings...with the plants...cottage planting...fence and landscape...fence and plants...fence, landscape
“large bed” — mkmanske
Home Garden Solutions
The Great Outdoors
by lush plantings encroaching not eh hard scape, destination setting area in corner (great place to sit, useful aesthetic divice to draw eye through landscape). what is not to like?
Landscaping/exterior living
garden/berries plantings
Pathway, planting bed
Plants and layout....plants, walkway...Plants and surfaces...landscape designer
“Landscaping/exterior living” — jercagen8tor
Garden Pacific
examples of work
several plants in pots maybe sitting on fence and hanging down? Thanks so much!
are two plants in the ground.
and the plant behind it is bouganvillea Tahitian dawn
what a plant needs, starting with the soil. In general, plants need a certain amount of sunlight per day and water per week, and the proper soil. Start with some easy-care plants in small numbers, and get to know those plants' requirements well before adding to your collection. Easy-care plants will give
indoor plants start with pothos or sansevieria, and for outside plants, consider Knock Out roses, cacti or evergreens like boxwood.
“Flowers!!!!” — sohogary
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
how the plants are all over the place
densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who wants to spend time inside when this is the alternative?
The lush plants and the privacy of a small space possibly for
Like the variety of lush plantings (can see how it abuts a tall condo building. Inexpensive square pavers aged
densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who wants to spend time inside when this is the alternative?
“Pavers” — marciatobin
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
stone / grass path bordered by plants on side of house.
rooted plant, although it may take a while to spread over a large area. Why not cut to the chase and cover the ground with a moss slurry? You'll have a beautiful ground of moss in about 4-6 weeks.
Stone set over soil with planted joints costs much less and uses fewer resources than a grouted and mortared
adjacent plantings while adding dimension, texture and pattern to the composition.
“Mosses around stone” — Ariana McNally
What to plant along our walkway
I'm trying to decide what to plant between the grass and sidewalk and boxwoods and rocks... it gets full sun. Lavender? Heather that flowers at different...
Should I raze my existing driveway/garage and convert to front parking
I have a circa-1930s Colonial Revival house that has a very narrow driveway. There is really no room to expand it, the driveway itself is curved that makes...
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