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Vail Guest House
I want to make a roof top garden on my potting shed because I have few sunny spaces.
sunlight. The plants and substrate act as a natural barrier to weathering.
green roof useing collected wild flowers from local gardens
the protection of the waterproof membrane from ultraviolet sunlight. The plants and substrate act as a natural barrier to weathering.
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
façade of the house, the front terraces and gardens, and the parking area. JMMDS created a woodland garden for a contemporary house on a pond in a Boston
JMMDS created a woodland garden for a contemporary house on a pond in a Boston suburb that blurs the line between traditional and modern, natural and built
so nice to have a rock garden instead of a lawn....plant some shrubs and herbs and ditch the lawnmower!...the cleftstoneworks does
The porch is located to take advantage of the garden. It is also tall enough to act as a link between the two floors of the house via a spiral staircase
“The porch is located to take advantage of the garden. It is also tall enough to act as a link between the two floors of the house via a spiral
David Coulson Design Ltd.
David Coulson Design Studio
The exterior of the studio shows the green roof, in which many indigenous plant species are grown. The iron ladders lead to a winding iron staircase on the
green roof - The moist Vancouver climate has made it easy for Coulson to plant as he pleases. “Here on the
[to], plants like hostas even survive nicely on my roof with little or no maintenance,” he says.
made it easy for Coulson to plant as he pleases. “Here on the West Coast, or ‘wet coast,’ as it is sometimes referred [to], plants like hostas even survive
de Vancouver a facilité la tâche de David Coulson. Il a pu choisir les plantes qui lui plaisaient. « Ici, sur la côte Ouest des États-Unis, ou « côte humide
surroundings of plants and break room.
a Blade of Grass
was screened from the neighbors with a wall of arborvitae. Lush perennial gardens provide flower cutting opportunities and color to offset the green wall
definitely helps that we get a lot of rain, you probably couldn't have a garden like this in an arid area, even with irrigation.
Private garden with color - arborvitae hedge
Here the use of bright yellow garden furniture brings to life an otherwise traditionally designed and planted courtyard garden. The muted blue of the squares
Love the pink and purple plantings
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Rustic Beach Garden
beach-house is a very keen gardener and was keen to create a variety of spaces for plants and intimate areas for sitting within the garden. The heart-shaped layout
variety of conditions/seasons etc and creates interesting areas for planting. The garden also spills out onto the road reserve where it provides a wonderful
The plant here is a native New Zealand plant, Scleranthus biflorus - or we could have used S. uniflorus, I can't recall - but they are both very similar
so mounded, more a flatter sheet, and a softer plant.If you can find a suitable spot for Scleranthus plant it with the top 1/2 in a gravel or pebble mulch
similar.Neither will take much shade, they are a plant of riverbeds and semi-alpine areas and require an open, sunny situation with good drainage - or they
Home Garden Solutions
The Great Outdoors
hardscape and plants. plants placed to achieve an intimate walled area and a great use of plant texture.
yard, unity of paver/walkway in garden. Type and use of plants
I like the edging separating path from plants with the raised stone.
area on axis, the designer created planting pockets so that visitors have a meaningful interaction with the garden. The square pavers also create a sense
vertically spread out the garden visually, making it seem larger. You might never notice that the fence enclosing the garden is chain link.Additionally
Lay out of path and plants
Huettl Landscape Architecture
San Francisco Residence
love this look. Can you give information about name of some plants?
Plant choices...grasses alongside flowering plants...garden layout...low water plants...rockery garden area
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
concrete flower/plant bed along fence line (?)
they're an important design ingredient. Moreover, this approach creates bonus planting space that a straight retaining wall wouldn't offer.
these stair-step raised planters that create a dynamic edge to this gravel garden. The zigs and zags of the retaining wall are more than functional — they're