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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
South End Courtyard
antique cobblestones. A salvaged Maine granite pier rises from the earth to form the pedestal of a table—the centerpiece of the garden. Interior and exterior spaces blend to expand urban living.
Historic Boston rises above a contemporary private courtyard in the city’s South End. Steel-framed, whitewashed fir walls enclose a vibrant, durable garden. Innovative storage solutions make efficient use of limited space. Soothing geometric patterns visually extend the volume of the courtyard, and bright
Interesting use of fencing rather than garden
VISION House Los Angeles
Absolutely love this entrance!!! Very urban. We can have this type of overhang (wood cornice) in key showy section near entrance (not all the way around if budget not allow.
Love the water garden
Lovely front door garden
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
Front yard seating area in an urban xeriscape
in temperate Ontario, and I am not sure whether they are suited to sub-tropical conditions. If they are, I would imagine they would be available in garden centers.
Smaller, trailing sedums are commonly used as ground covers. While they don’t spread extensively, they will attractively cover small areas of rock gardens, adding colorful and unusual texture to a gravel path or patio. Sedums are also used on green roofs.
Garden chill out...away from the house
beautiful flower garden, bright green ground cover,
Smaller, trailing sedums are commonly used as ground covers. While they don’t spread extensively, they will attractively cover small areas of rock gardens, adding colorful and unusual texture to a gravel path or patio. Sedums are also used on green roofs.Shown here: Sedum acre, zones 3 to 8
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Janet Rosenberg + Associates Landscape Architects + Urban Design, www.jrala.ca Photography: Peter A. Sellar / www.photoklik.com
While cottage gardens are remarkably adaptable, somehow a fluffy yard of roses doesn't always work with a more modern architectural design. Grasses, especially those with a mix of colors in their flower heads, make a great, slightly more contemporary substitute.
Burns and Beyerl Architects
Copper Bay House
Back yard garden...great garden...The garden concept
Melander Architects, Inc.
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Back garden to a town house
stairs to garden from piano nobile. don't like the double height window - would look better with the balcony extended all the way across the facade.
Wood slat garden wall
Garden exterior ideas
Terra Firma Design
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville
roof garden deck and layout
Urban outdoor area...Rooftop garden...roof patio / garden