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The Great Outdoors
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low water use
“rock garden” — Brandi Saucier
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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grape, but you could easily fill pots like this with a dwarf fruit tree, flowers or bougainvillea. Another option would be to convert them to a water feature.
grape, but you could easily fill pots like this with a dwarf fruit tree, flowers or bougainvillea. Another option would be to convert them to a water feature.
“Love the Med. feel it creates.” — lillymaymace
MILLER ARCHITECTS PC
An evening by the pond.
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pond water feature
water feature
“Exterior and yard” — ashleigh_marshall
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Valley Vistas
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“Stone, lights, patio stones” — kaifes
Wentworth Landscape Group
Night Lighting
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water fall
“Pond” — Eddy Gun
Downes Swimming Pool Company
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auto covered pool and spa lincolnshire
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Semi sunk tub and water feature
Pool Water Feature...pool water fountain
“Semi sunk tub and water feature” — ferguson43
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Classical Japanese Meets American Techno-Luxe
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Natural looking stones at edge of water
Japanese garden water feature
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“base stone for lantern” — pe66yd
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
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provide a private environment for our clients. This space is viewed and accessed from the bedroom and entry areas of the home. We added a simple water feature of appropriate volume to provide sound, and at night illuminated reflecting qualities to the people court. Extensive screening was utilized to softly
offer relief to the lower living spaces. A rear terrace was constructed of exposed aggregate concrete. Near this terrace is a bold, modem, concrete water feature and a gas fire pit. The gas fire pit was custom built by a firm in Colorado utilizing hand-hammered metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace
surface. We hydro-hammered out layers of rock to allow the installation of several feet of topsoil and an extensive network of drain tiles to evacuate water constantly flowing from springs we encountered. The topsoil was stripped from the site prior to the start of construction and stored on an adjacent
“Screening trees” — jasonpfann
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