Woodland Gardens

This gently sloping wooded site wraps around a contemporary home. Stone paths wind through lush gardens providing constantly changing vistas. Stone inlay details repeat throughout the site.
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A Japanese Maple creates a leafy overhead to the waterfall by the front door. photo: Diane Hayford
“helechos lomaria” — milena20
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A lush, colorful planting of beautiful trees and shrubs complement this contemporary home. Paths lead from the driveway to the front door and entice you to explore the garden. photo: Diane Hayford
“great color mixture” — jolenev
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A quartzite stone path curves past the steps up to the guest parking area. A rectangle of inlaid quartzite, black slate and black pebbles creates a "rug" detail under the roofed entry. photo: Diane Hayford
“The stairs and wall fade into the background” — loveswaterfalls
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Steps from an upper guest parking area lead down through lush gardens past a waterfall to the front door. photo: Diane Hayford
“hidden pond” — johncreinhard
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A sweeping curved stair with stone walls climbs through lush gardens up to a parking area . photo: Diane Hayford
“West side” — birdflyer
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A rectangle laid with a pattern of quartzite, black slate and black pebbles creates a pausing spot in front of the waterfall. photo: Diane Hayford
“Old and overgrown look” — Mark Livingston
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The waterfall adjacent to the front entry has the look and feel of a fern grotto. photo: Diane Hayford
“The waterfall adjacent to the front entry has the look and feel of a fern grotto.” — vivdavis3
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Glass walls look out onto a tranquil waterfall and garden. Bronze-framed stone pads float over the garden. Stepping stones lead over the waterfall to the quartzite patio. photo: Diane Hayford
“Japanese drain” — wloevenmark
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These bronze floating pads are inlaid with a combination of silver quartzite, black slate, and black pebbles. Stepping stones lead over the waterfall to the stone patio beyond. photo: Diane Hayford
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A waterfall flows down along a set of stone steps connecting the various levels in this woodland garden. A dramatic Manzanita hovers overhead. photo: Diane Hayford
“Very low-key and natural looking” — loveswaterfalls
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These floating hammered bronze pads hover over the plantings and create a sculptural element viewed from inside. The stone inlays repeat a detail from the front path. photo: Diane Hayford
“the tiles on the steps.” — irisp316
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This rock outcropping creates a level area for guest parking and makes a gentle transition to the woodland beyond. An interlocking paver border is an elegant way to dress up the asphalt driveway. Gravel and river rock complete the dry waterfall look. photo: Diane hayford
“Grey pavers around asphalt driveway, color code to grey pant on house” — superfreaker
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