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Helet van Blerk
Midlands Estate, Centurion
I like paths and hidden spots
like the circular stepping stons and the landscaping
large pavers for by under the tree
this idea for the walkway from the guest rooms to the gym room?
stones and tiny shrubs
Stepping stones and ground cover
Circle cement walkway
Like mondo grass walkway
great for private area
months old and looking great.
garden path...The round walkway...nice walkway...Love the path...Nice path...stone path...Path to gazebo
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
We are a landscape architectural design company located in Northern Virginia, specializing in the development of upscale residential poolscapes, hardscapes & landscapes.
Terra Ferma Landscapes
Walk path between sections of the house
Love the plantings and the pavers
entry way with stone and concrete
Maybe as a path down the middle of rooftop garden.
Preached trees and gravel .........see the snakes.
evergreens and flowering trees achieve the same effect.
5. Plant shade trees. Exercise your green thumb by planting shade trees around the house. Design associate Andrew Spiering of Terra Ferma Landscapes suggests casting shadows on the southwestern exposure of the home using large deciduous trees, like
sycamores and elms. "Other ideas include increasing humidity around the home using layered planting or reducing hardscape," he says.
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Landscape, Pool, & Sculpture Garden
curved edge walkway with large stones
I want the statue of the boy and girl
that staggered path to the right of that bench is pretty
small for my application!!!
like the stone walkway...
path and patio stone
Sidewalk and size of tiles
mystical and a little crystal ball–like about it. Maybe those people on the bench looked at it for too long and turned into bronze for all eternity.
Landscape, Pool, & Sculpture Garden
Associates Landscape Architects
for Ray...Love the path way...Walking path...stone walkway
angled back and connected room / garage
Clean lines with mixed material path
like the curvilinear steps and how the space is tucked between 2 structures. Nice plants fill out the garden path.
the path - winding, natural path
Stone walkway is what I have in
square ends and emphasizes the string of rooms before it. This room is made all the more special with its tall and stepped windows, abundant natural light and tall ceiling.
Gardens by Gabriel
Lush Los Osos Landscape
like the different colors and textures and shapes of the grasses
Grasses and mixture of plan things
low-maintence and perennial plantings, with some three-season color
“Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses — intermingle with Gaura and kangaroo paw”
An idea for the pathway from my backyard to the shed
like stone mini walking paths - good for front yard
charismatic and engaging attitude. Colors may clash for surprisingly successful pairings, like orange and pink or gold and purple. This garden challenges conventions. It is a single composition created by the pairing of exotic and native plants. Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses —
perennials and the grasses. It's also filled with plants. The overall look is a blend of cottage and traditional, a nice mix for a home garden and certainly up to handling coastal weather.
maybe a gravel and paving stone combo?
large stones as steps on path
change and pattern. And by using less stone (which is more expensive than gravel), you'll save a ton of money and enhance the design.
of bang for your buck here: You get texture, rhythm change and pattern. And by using less stone (which is more expensive than gravel), you'll save a ton of money and enhance the design.
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Less Lawn More Garden
thanks for your question. The stepping stone are dry laid (no mortar or cement) in the gravel, which is set over a level base of compacted item IV and an underlayment of landscape fabric to help control weeds. The stones do not shift and are easy to shovel in the snow. We top dress the gravel and rake
adch, and thanks for your question. We laid the gravel to a depth of about 1.5 inches. If you add too much it will feel like "wading through jello" and will get kicked up and migrate tot he garden beds. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project. Enjoy, Robert More at www.WestoverLD.com
combo of crushed rock and paving stones.
love this for the front yard. so inviting.
Path between patio and shade gun
bluestone walkway and edging repeated through the turf areas and levels.
An idea for landscaping a yard with a slope.
i like this landscape so much and look very green
the house and grands looks beautiful
house is beautiful, dream house and garden is beautiful.
Linear, terraced lawn and steps; stone color matches roof color
of this landscape performs the main task of setting the house in the landscape. It doesn't compete with the architecture or stand out in its own right, but the two together make a complete picture.The design creates a vista back toward the house at the end of the stepped path as well as creates pastoral
pets and children playing, making the soil hard. Grass roots have a difficult time growing in compacted soil, and aeration is a way to loosen it up. Rent an aerator from your local home improvement store and always follow the manufacturer's guidelines when operating the machinery. Top-dress the lawn