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Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks13,339
Questions6
out and I apologise for the tardy reply but yes, any farm supply store has them and in different sizes..
ya you can water the animals i one plant flowers in the other
from the feed store fit right in as planters.The blackboard is for posting daily schedules for activities like horseback riding, crafts, kayaking, planting projects, trips to the beach and caring for the chickens and donkeys on the property. The wraparound porch and the stoop serve as additional hangout
shower block, camp beds and a covered seating area. The blackboard is for posting daily schedules for activities, like horse riding, crafts, kayaking, planting projects, trips to the beach and caring for the chickens and donkeys on the property. What are your glamping essentials? Do tell us in the comments
“Perfectly country” — amydlott
Seattle Area Architect
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Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
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Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Montcalm Street
Ideabooks63,890
Questions11
what kind of plant/tree is in the planter by the door?
lone pine roof top edging greens, use central.Oregon plants
Love the plantings! Such a wonderful retreat!!
mosquitoes. Finally, there are several plants you can add to your garden to help repel mosquitoes. Catnip is a natural mosquito repellent that grows in most areas as an easy-growing perennial. Marigolds also have a distinctive smell that is unbearable to mosquitoes. Try planting these annuals in pots around your
ThemMosquitoes. In most areas mosquitoes are a major issue in the summertime and can hinder outdoor activities. They thrive in areas with a regular water supply and can multiply very quickly into large numbers if left unchecked. All of your garden's water features should have movement on the surface of the
“Love the stream lined pond” — jennlgoss
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks5,779
Questions6
Presently FieldTurf leads the artificial grass industry in manufacturing excellence and product innovation. EasyTurf, the landscape arm of FieldTurf, supplies turf to commercial and residential clients throughout North America.
I like the back patio planters and plants used here
Love the screen behind this stunning social space, both the planting and the wooden fence
Incorporate seating into retaining wall with planting
“These steps are beautiful” — meyerer
Winn Design & Remodeling
6 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
Ideabooks17,817
Questions19
Are you refering to the pediments? If so, they can be made of wood or pvc. probably find them at any home supply store.
depth of planting beds. Also proportion of bed
stacked rock - drainage row behind plantings?
stone edging for foundation plantings
stone around plants...layered planting
“Stone” — dakwm3
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Eric
Ideabooks4,027
Questions7
can you please tell me the name of the plant?
The kitchen countertops are from PentalQuartz. All of the hard surfaces in the home were supplied and installed by Macadam Floor and Design. The custom woodwork throughout the home is black walnut by Earthbound Industries.
Plant against the timber
plants inside next to bar
love the plant...indoor plants
“The beauty of the wood seems to draw us.” — lndlauria
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Ptown in Arlington
Ideabooks12,825
Questions2
What is in this box with the plastic top? Soil and plants or fish?
ensure a supply of water nearby....irrigation hoses and rain barrels
Cold frame for starting plants early
later in the season. They’re available commercially, but you can also make your own. Hinge the top of a cold frame to allow ventilation. If you want to plant directly in the garden, simply put the cold frame in place and remove the lid when the air temps warms up, replacing it as things cool down.See how
1/4 inch of compost to increase fertility and aerate them, which eventually mitigates the need for bad chemical fertilizers. Properly sited native plants also don't need for fertilizers of any kind. Compost is great in raised beds for veggies or whatever needs good drainage. My veggie garden is 100 percent
“Cold frame garden” — jonathanmast
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Naturalistic, Stone Firepit
Ideabooks13,013
Questions7
Is the plant in the front right corner lorapetalum?? Beautiful color!!
their website to see if they sell them. World Market sells them in the store - if there's one in your area - or you might call furniture or garden supply stores near you or check their websites. Good Luck!
in ground pit; easy access to lite fire; sense of enclosure/privacy with surrounding plants
Love the white chairs, pea gravel and plants around the pit.
“love the natural look of the gravel” — 9002morrison
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks13,880
Questions7
Got rid of all the grass, installed some drought tolerant plants, added a water feature and created a raised dining terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
What mulch did you use around the plants and the brick wall?
Presently FieldTurf leads the artificial grass industry in manufacturing excellence and product innovation. EasyTurf, the landscape arm of FieldTurf, supplies turf to commercial and residential clients throughout North America. The main differentiation in EasyTurf products is the MaxxFlow backing, a p
the drought tolerant plants and privacy screen
2. Add mulchWhile it’s a joy to watch your plants grow and flourish, there’s no satisfaction when weeds keep popping up. After planting, finish off by adding mulch – bark-based versions are a popular option. While mulch helps prevent weeds
“Love the privacy” — jgcooper001
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