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J'Nell Bryson Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
An Outdoor Art Collection
The ground cover plant is pachysandra.
Plant ideas for path
Cool idea for garden walls
Hoops without plants
Mass plantings
“Pachysandra and hostas intermixed with ferns.” — sdjonz
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
Rills without planting. As a contrast, here we see a raised wide rill without any plants at all. The rounded cobbles in the base create interest, while the clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden
Rills without planting. As a contrast, here we see a raised wide rill without any plants at all. The rounded cobbles in the base create interest, while the clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden. The raising and separating
Two planted areas of the landscape are divided by a small, raised pool finished as an extension of the architecture. The sheet of water slides over the edge of the water feature into a recessed channel at its base, creating a small but important moment in this landscape.More:16 Amazing Home Pools35 Fabulous
“Pond” — Nanette Itona-Sieg
1 Review
Silverleaf Formal Mediterranean 2013
fence line with bamboo planted around
Wrought iron structure, over drive . In winter cover with canvas/grommets. In summer, hang plants, ivy ,etc
The fencing and array if plants!
pavers with plants growing in between
dividing wall 2 levels
fountain and plants...Red planting...annuals plantings
“Idea” — okii
Golden Associates, Landscape Architects
Dry Creek
What are the orange blooms that are scattered? (Also a Plant list would be awesome!)
Flagstones, dry creek bed and colorful plantings
A ring of California poppies brightens this dry-style planting bed between a flagstone terrace and a stone path. In a somewhat domesticated situation such as this, you'd probably want to tidy up the postbloom appearance; remove the drying-up plants after bloom.
“Poppies” — AM Builders, Inc.
Romani Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
how far away from the fence are the arborvitaes planted and what spacing between?
Evergreens planted here make a nice screen from the neighbors.
We do NOT want the row of trees between our home and the vacant lot....but the ideas here of plants on perimeter of
Tight fitting flagstone walkway, grass on one side, planting on other
“trees” — allison5cp
2 Reviews
Modern Edibles
talking about iron and zinc (if using galvanized steel). Both of which are found naturally in soil. I would be more concerned about the plant seeds and/ or plant starts you use. More specifically: what is their origin, are they gmo or were chemicals used to cultivate them? I would ask similar questions
Try backyard chicRust ’n’ roll living is summed up by these oxidised troughs, long exposed to the elements. Fill with leafy plants rich in purples, silvers and muted greens to hit just the right Derek Jarman-esque note.
“Extérieur” — genebouc
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
areas to enjoy for almost any function or purpose. All these fantastic features are wrapped together in a colorful palette of eclectic Mediterranean plantings, which elegantly provides that balance of classical function and lush aesthetics.
Hello, I'm building a small pool measuring 9x 8 feet , with the nine foot side flowing over a slanted wall to a basin. What is the suggested minimum measurement of the catch basin. Thanks so much!
The mother in law tongue plants for by my pool
“Pool” — heliadino
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
where did you buy the little plants above door? Are they real?
railing, plants above door
house plants...potted plants...container plants...Wall Color...Plants above door...Plants on top trim
“Stairs” — Kathryn Ferguson
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