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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,179
Questions1
Lovely path through Birchgrove and Meadow
Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other side of the house, to create a wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air
Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other side of the house, to create a wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air
If you are impatient for a beautiful path, you have options! One option is to plant fast-growing trees such as birch, poplar, aspen or willow. They do not have as grand of a presence as oaks, walnut or hemlock, but they give the same
“I like the medium high grass under the pines” — Forrest King
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks1,413
Questions1
DISCOVER WHAT DEER, BUNNIES, FOX EAT NATURALLY AND PLANT IT!!!!
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife
Statue and sense of freedom in the garden planting
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share
eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to another food source, or perhaps predators are in play; either way, the point is to have patience and give the garden time to shake out and grow up.
assorted plants & sculpture, click on pic for plant list
You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share of baby bunnies, but once the garden thickened, I saw few of them eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to another food source
“Sculpture” — drummelsmith
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Garden Restoration in Wilmette, Illinois
Ideabooks2,071
Questions2
What type of purple plants are those?
purple plant Nepeta walker's low catnip
Could always plant large patches of lavender also
Purple plants Maybe for SW corner
Purple plant....purple plants...Colorful plants...Purple plant...awesome plant
“love the single tile in the gravel” — Sander Design Landscape Architecture
Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
12 Reviews
Napa
Ideabooks7,596
Questions2
I love the look and texture of the plantings in this picture. Can you please let me know the plant names. Thank you.
What kind of grass is planted between the pavers on the walkway?
sorry, the landscape architect specified the materials but could be easily identified by using a western region plant reference guide
grassy, flowering plants, looks like wildflowers
Walkway could parallel grass and lead to seating area with native plants between fence and pathway.
herbs and perennial plantings, stepping stone
Some of these plants would look nice,
“landscaping and stepping stones” — ggdesai
Kingdom Landscape
6 Reviews
Terraces
Ideabooks723
Questions0
Plant kleur tussen blare op berg
Terraced flower plantings
Like the assortment of plants
height plants...Wildflower garden P...love the plants...Good Plants...flowering plants...Tulsa plants
“terrace not possible in out yard, but could incorporate idea of different areas using fencework, sto” — evelena
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks1,379
Questions1
Some neat plants and contrast here
dark flax contrasting with other plants
All the little plants
different textures created by plants
native plantings using grasses etc
meadow lawn...plant variety...that purple plant...Native plants...The plantings....Purple spike plant...the plants...Scattered plantings...Red spikes plant...Some of the plants
“xeriscape” — marykoncak
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
steel and stucco walls
Ideabooks3,234
Questions2
Small plants at bottom of wall
Wildflower effect on slope easy care
Love walls and plants
Pony wall, pavers, plants
Plants against the wall
Like the look including plants.
Wall plants...Spiky plants...mass planting
“Walls” — efiaz
markdesign, llc
10 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks2,324
Questions4
Sorry to bother you, just wanted to know what plants were used; the red ones are especially bright and cheery!
red flowers at the back of the garden are Jupiter's Beard. They also come in white. The bright red flowers you love so much are a red Penstemon. A wildflower from New Mexico and Arizona.
Love all the drought tolerant plants and water-wise landscaping. Great for the southwest.
use of crushed granite gravel. Also, planting style and types of plants are ideal for Front Range yard.
I like the plantings around the gravel paths
The color of the pea gravel, seperation of native plants and path.
has larger particles. The texture is not smooth like pea gravel, but this choice is perfect for walkways and patios, as well as for setting off xeric plants. Cost: Crushed granite gravel is sold by the yard for $60 and up, depending upon your location and the size. Those living in more rural areas may pay
“gravel section” — Woody Walters
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