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Falling Waters Landscape
9 Reviews
Misc.
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The sand is available at box stores like Home Depot or as "Playground" sand at supply yards. I would suggest incorporating a cover and using hardy plants around your sandbox.
Sand-loving plants around the sandbox -- genius!
The sandbox integrated into a bed of plants.
nesting a sandbox within a planting bed
Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the butterflies
Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the butterflies and birds they attract.
Camouflage the sandbox. Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden
“yes!” — Kimberly Watkins
Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
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more durable surface, consider flagstone or cobblestone. Edge the space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating
durable surface, consider flagstone or cobblestone. Edge the space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape.
light fixture, overhanging tile portico, slightly unkempt-looking plantings. Looks like it's been around for a long time.
more durable surface, consider flagstone or cobblestone. Edge the space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating
“French 3” — koossmit
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Furwood
Ideabooks874
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Use pumpkins or other similar plant to cascade
raised garden beds from felled trees loveit!
great idea for raised flower beds
This is what our garden could consist of...log raised beds from fallen trees on the property.
Peggy loves sunflowers and grows them in the backyard, along with squash, zucchini and tomatoes, in raised planting beds built from logs on the property.
“Planters” — nic1986
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
3 Reviews
Acanthus Design
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echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
Axes are often terminated with a focal point (a piece of sculpture or a plant with a sculptural quality) whose form contrasts with the straight
peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
the accessability through elegant staircase to the upper floor or bed room
outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
love the box hedges and plants
cohesion to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the railing.
“Cool stairs and garden” — critzel
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Tulips in planting beds
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Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) Coloful planting beds, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building these!
flowers in this picture don't last that long. What is planted in the beds the ret of the year? I know the stems have to stay a while if a repeat performance the next year is desired to allow the bulb to store food for the next show but empty beds viewable from the house for 10 months of the year ...
In the summer the planting beds are converted into a veggie garden. Thank you for your interest!
We typically plant vegetables during the summer months! Thanks!
Beds of tulips with contrasting purple
“Wow” — bjbcooke
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
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I like the steps and plants in between
How to use it. Mass it as a ground cover Edge a planting bed or path
mass ground cover,edge planting bed or path
great looking steps. love the plants
the plant combined with the stairway
How to use it. •Mass it as a ground cover •Edge a planting bed or path •Accent a green wall or living roof
can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
How to use it. Mass it as a ground coverEdge a planting bed or path Accent a green wall or living roofMix it in a container gardenDot it into a rock
Plant between steps. Here, low-growing blue fescue and perennials are planted between steps. They effectively soften the steps, as the steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden before implementing them
“steps” — alski
Fullmer's Landscaping, Inc
cottage Garden
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this robust plant's growing habits aren't quite as manageable, often multiplying quickly in the garden. Either plant in beds where it can spread to its heart’s desire or choose cultivars such as ‘Miss Manners’ or ‘Pink Manners’ that are bred to behave.
Be aware that this robust plant's growing habits
quite as manageable, often multiplying quickly in the garden. Either plant in beds where it can spread to its heart’s desire
h this native plant, which derives its common name from the fact that its tubular flowers compliantly remain in whatever direction they are pushed. Be aware that this robust plant's growing habits aren't quite as manageable, often multiplying quickly in the garden. Either plant in beds where it can spread
“Obedient lower late summer” — constancefgray
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping lawn knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and
what is the tall green grass plant called?
and its garage. The room effect is enhanced here, thanks to the connecting breezeway. It gives the broad path a destination and accommodates deep planting beds for the textural borders on either side. This is just the sort of secondary spot that could have been paved for parking. Instead, it is a dreamy
tall grass and plants near house
sustainable growth gardens around home with native plants---beautiful
“roomy” — scanmod
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