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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
what product did you use to line the grass and garden bed?
height in combo with trees and garden in front AND the raised garden bed as part of the fence design
like the simplicity, low height in combo with trees and garden in front AND the raised garden bed as part of the fence design
Garden back of house
my type of gardening
Planting around the garden
Garden fence with horizontal slats
Clean lines for gardening
Full Sun To Partial Shade
Garden ideas...Nice garden...patio garden...Garden landscape
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
The hillside garden responds to movement of the wind, flow of the water and warmth of the sun with an artful integration of storm water management practices. Rhythmic landforms and a grassy swale slow stormwater flow, allowing it to percolate into the ground and divert it away from the house. The meandering
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mood of the wind in the garden. Just imagine little wildflowers bobbing their heads and fine-textured grasses being blown back by wind. It’s a dramatic scene. See 8 ornamental grasses to grow in coastal gardens
Be eco-friendlyThe loose drifts of plants in the natural garden can be used as swales to
to control stormwater run-off, as shown in this hillside garden. Plants need to be able to cope with a reasonable amount of water in the soil of such gardens so avoid succulents and other species that need very free-draining conditions.
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Hi. The garden bed in the planter is around 250mm x 3000mm. We used 190mm concrete blocks for the construction. Can't remember exactly the size as this project was
Thanks. They are LED accent lights spiked into the garden bed below. They are brighter than normal in this photo due to the over exposure of night photography. You can view them at ...
thanks for that I assume they can handle a semi shade position
Raised garden beds with seating and lighting
Good for a roof top garden
Minimal low maintenance garden for entertaining
North side of garden on Baal court to soften fence and block view of wires
While the previous garden was large and extravagant, a smaller space also benefits from a little color. This accent lighting draws attention to the seating area at the far end of the garden and breaks up the otherwise monochromatic look.
Green Tree Garden Design Ltd
Our client’s garden was bereft of any interest, other than a large shed at the end of the garden, and a small patio outside the house. An unattractive stand of conifers dominated one side of the garden, and overpowered the space. These two areas were linked using a bold design of interlinking circles
with a cobbled path snaking its’ way down the garden to create a feeling of greater width and depth. A dry stone wall sets off the patio, and frames the entrance into the main part of the garden. A feature pot is set on a plinth at the bottom end of the garden, where it is visible from the house. The planting
Saratoga Creek House
stunning steel rod sculpture allows some wind to pass through and is an artistic garden feature.
wind shield for corner of the garden?
wind sculpture Wind is an ephemeral flow that can enliven your garden when it moves through a wind sculpture or chime. This stunning steel rod sculpture allows some wind to pass through and is an artistic garden feature. WA design
Wind is an ephemeral flow that can enliven your garden when it moves through a wind sculpture or chime. This stunning steel rod sculpture allows some wind to pass through and is an artistic garden feature.
of color that sets off the modern metal sculpture in this contemporary garden. TIP: Choose a purple with blue undertones to use against a silvery metal for a cohesive look.
Webber + Studio, Architects
Tarrytown Phase II
the glass wall is loE double paned glazing. The Garden wall is limestone block
for creating the simplest minimalist boundary. It has a great presence in the garden while linking with the gravel floor. The wall's size and smooth surface allow it to act as a movie screen or a place for projecting garden lighting. The starkness of this style of wall also allows great contrasts to
for creating the simplest minimalist boundary. It has a great presence in the garden while linking with the gravel floor.The wall's size and smooth surface allow it to act as a movie screen or a place for projecting garden lighting. The starkness of this style of wall also allows great contrasts to be
solution for creating the simplest minimalist wall. It has a great presence in the garden while linking with the gravel floor.The wall’s size and smooth surface allow it to act as a movie screen or a place for projecting garden lighting. The starkness of this style of wall also allows great contrasts to be
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Tie in garden space with house, accessorising
tropical design. They not only add both structure and softness to the space, but the ferns will benefit from the shade provided by surrounding plants. Wooden steps to a beach chair overlooking the garden add a beachy touch to the scene.
landscape company, Secret Gardens, to transform their expansive garden in Sydney’s northern peninsula into a resort-style hideaway. The silvered timber of the decking complements the environment, while the retro-inspired deckchair is in just the right spot to appreciate the lush garden.
Squares composed of deck planks continue the transition from this space into the rest of the lush garden.More:Harvest the Beauty of a Patio Garden11 Inspirational Small PorchesContractor Tips: Build a Top-Notch Deck
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
Central Park West
these as garden boxes for back
hosta or Heuchera.Common name: SedgeUSDA zones: 5 to 9Light requirement: Partial sun to shadeWater requirement: Medium to wet moistureSize: 9 to 12 inches tall and 1 foot to 2 feet wide
Even in small urban garden spaces, ruralist planting ideas can be applied. In this small yard, every available space
provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's very nature of being a small rural area in an urban setting.More: Let Nature Inspire Your Landscape: Grasslands to Garden