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Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
17 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
love the use of rocks in the entire design plant and height of location
backyard rock garden
Landscaping big boulders plants
nice one rocks and plants
plant combination...Love this garden!...Plants and stone
“Outdoor” — Shaya Weinberger
Susan Cohan, APLD
11 Reviews
Entertaining Space
do two adjacent trellis on either end of patio and plant mandivillas or use shades on the inside. will bring in color
Love the cacti vats...the low garden light next to it and the partitions
Are the plant containers hypertufa?
Garden fence...Deer garden fence...potted plants...succulent plants
“I like the wall, maybe for around the hot tub” — sextona11
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
20 Reviews
Ellen Grass & Sons
What is the plant in the yellow pot called?
I'm merely the builder! I don't have a clue what the plant might be.
Can use garden in summer and winter
Entire concept zen garden pergola blends in but is noticeable
Garden and gazebo...the potted plant...potted plants
“Fan” — creatzalot
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
container plant
Trellis idea for garden
Pergola with base garden
plants on the corner post
potted plant...Plants around post
“Pergola& fireplace” — hscoltock
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
concrete screen walls further extends the architecture out while screening the pool area from the neighboring property. Planting was selected based upon the architectural qualities of the plants and the desire for it to be low-maintenance. A fire pit extends the pool season well into the shoulder seasons and
“sacate alto” — chavalo
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
that crews can then comfortably remove.After that the only thing left to do is haul out the concrete chunks — or recycle them as pavers or a stacked garden wall — and start work on whatever you have planned to replace it.Have you done it? Please tell us how you got rid of your old concrete patio — and
“kind of digging the concrete mixed with the stone wall and natural path” — asull1
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Orinda Residence
What type of plants are growing at the base of the pool on the right side of the picture?
love the greenery/grass planted in front of the concrete edge
Could have negative edge falling behind the plants
walled garden with benches and seating and multiple levels. Fab!
plant border next to patio
outdoor potted plant
Type of plants?
“Pool” — sbilyeu
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pergola over concrete slabs with planting in between
outdoor space could be a page right out of a book on medieval Renaissance gardens. Walkways lined with vine-covered pergolas were very common in these types of outdoor areas, and they provide gorgeous inspiration for our gardens, too!
une pergola somme tout basique, pour un budget minimum et sans y consacrer trop de temps ? En misant sur les végétaux et plus particulièrement les plantes grimpantes comme le lierre, la vigne ou encore le chèvrefeuille, qui en plus de pousser rapidement et d’être particulièrement décoratives, vous offriront
“greenery between stepstones. semi open pergola. not completely covered with vines” — Knapp Landscape Architecture
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