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what do you need for the tree and rock garden? How is it watered? :)
Can have a tree in zen garden
interesting inside garden
Indoor plant feature
Art in Green
I absolutely love this garden, it's my dream to have one like this and this size.. Could I pls ask what the feature tree is on the right up the back in the planter box? It's beautiful. Hopefully it's
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Yes. Correct drainage is important in all areas of the garden. Air circulation and good drainage under decks
which leaves me to believe open air space, my question is more about drainage under the deck. Is there a French drain or catch basins to divert the water from collecting and causing algae growth or mosquito haven areas... Or even an increase of wood rot.
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Exterior Stair to below grade patio/garden. Planted green wall and built in planters. Architect: Cathy Schwabe Architecture Interior Design: John Lum Architecture Landscape Architect: Arterra LLP, Vera Gates Lighting Design: Alice Prussin Color Consultant: Judith Paquette Photograph: David Wakely
yes the treads and risers were both made in such a way that light could go through below the stair, so that one could see through the stair to the garden going up in particular but also going down and along with the glass rails to make it as light feeling as possible. thanks for the question, cathy
blue recycled glass with 3" of water.... ooooooh yeah!
Add a little pop of color to the stone garden in the back...tumbled glass available in a multitude of colors, but the blue is stunning...
Simply Garden Design LLC
container garden...love the embedded water globe look
garden pot succulents
Succulent container garden
Simply Garden Design LLC
Cactus garden...c garden...Succulent garden...Kirkland Gardens...Container Garden
Dirk Denison Architects
Marin County Residence
Really nice maple in pot but watering would be a pain
jap maple in black pot for garden!
Liking the bathroom garden. Very zen.
Garden in the bathroom
Garden bath...Bathroom garden...Zen garden
My wife wants to put in a garden in the backyard. What are the best ground tilling practices to use before planting stuff in the ground? bryanflake1984| http://www.mblandscape.com/masonry-stone-pavers-new-york-rockland-county
Love the thought of plants around water!
actually, this is more about the garden
mountain garden, penstemons and sedums take center stage. In the higher mountain elevations, plants are tucked into the available soil, usually between rocks and trees, rather than being densely packed like in the more open prairie spaces. This landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into
the scenery, rather than competing with it.Tip: Plant more formal and nonnative plants near the house, as was done here, and use the natives on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.
GH garden designs
English Garden Terrace designed by GHgd Landscape Architectural Design
paths through the front side of road to water
English Garden ideas
english garden design
residential garden design
My garden...English Gardens...garden design...GH garden designs
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Northern Arlington Residence
drive, the front entry walk and the bedlines, while repeating and extending the linearity of the house in the side terrace garden. The terrace paving pattern also linked house and garden as we continued the same paving pattern found in the center hallway in the flagstone and granite terrace. Photos taken
evergreen. Additional choices — depending on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).
Creeping lilyturf (Liriope spp, zones 5 to 9), shown here, has a lush, grass-like look and is also evergreen. Additional choices — depending on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer