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Waterfalls Fountains & Gardens
13 Reviews
Garden Waterfalls
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Waterfall, backyard landscape and garden design with pool, pergola, patios, terraces and plantings. In Connecticut, by Matthew Giampietro of Waterfalls, Fountains & Gardens Inc.
I could live in this garden! Beautiful :)
Hillside water feature
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Waterfall mixed with landscaping
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“Pretty but complicated” — sparky999
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Garden Tech Horticultural Services LLC
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Birdhouse garden & garden shed.
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bird house is the focal point of these back yard gardens. The post height ensures plenty of room for tall perennials. The shed has attained a lovely patina including moss growth on the roof. Vintage watering cans on the side of the shed complete the garden theme. Photo & design by Bob Trainor. Birdhouse
are tall pines but the front of the border on that side gets half day sun. Behind and to the left of the garden is a woodland casting shade on the back of the garden. For the most part the garden gets full sun. (south western exposure)
shed and shelf for garden utensils and ornaments
the cleanup gets your heart racing and you're excited for more to come, if you find you can't wait to get to the planting, odds are that you're a gardener at heart. Now you need to:
“Jardin” — deliavallediaz
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Eastern Influence
Ideabooks8,199
Questions2
Hi there Beautiful garden Can I ask what plants you used? And if they're high / low water needs? Thanks v much
pathways and gardens leading to a point
Love this Asian style of landscaping.
like the idea of using this to take water from the roof and have it as a through way
motifs in a modern wayIn this Eastern-inspired garden in Sydney, the designer has used classic elements of Japanese gardens – rocks, a moon gate, water, Japanese maples and bamboo. But he has cleverly adapted them to a more contemporary style so the garden is a fusion of both influences.
“interesting water feature” — mfason
Envision Landscape Studio
9 Reviews
Garnet Residence
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tie-ing the multiple spaces together in this garden. The plant palette uses grasses and rushes to further establish in the subconscious that a natural water source does exist. Planting was performed outside of the wire fence to connect the new landscape to the existing open space; this was successfully
western red cedar bench extends perpendicular out from the water feature on the outside of the slate patio maximizing seating space in the limited size garden. Natural rusting Cor-ten steel fencing adds a layer of interest throughout the garden softening the 6’ high surrounding fencing and helping to
home backyard was transformed into a lively breathable garden. A new outdoor living room was created, with silver-grey brazilian slate flooring, and a smooth integral pewter colored concrete wall defining and retaining earth around it. A water feature is the backdrop to this outdoor room extending the
“Wire mesh fence and gate on the left side is what we need” — Vaughnie Klaft
Earthscape - Landscape Design & Build
20 Reviews
Erin Residence
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Backyard Patio with Water Feature. ...
Earthscape - Landscape Design & Build
Awesome water feature , very natural
Hey Eliza, It was all made by Earthscape. For this type of water feature we try to build it to look like it is naturally part of the original landscape. We try our best to choose plants in such a way that take
Small water falls incorporated into garden
“Pond” — sgyost1206
Pro Care Horticultural Services
Koslowski Residence
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What type of irrigation system are you using to water the vegetables?
What type of lumber did you use for the garden boxes? Did you stain th
fabric like "Typar" is used to seperate the soil from touching the styrofoam or the wood. This fabric, used in this way will have a tendancy to plane water away from the wood and styrofoam making it last longer over the course of time.
also a hose spikot that the homeowners use for the others areas. They wanted to have specific control for the vegetables that don't require as much watering.
vegetables, I want it to look landscaped like this.
The raised garden is intriguing, and then it could also serve as a bench.
“Boxes” — frugalista
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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how long does it take to water all of those plants?
I can't believe people don't water plants and then wonder why they died!
love the wild english garden style (around the perimeter not covering the entire place)
Beautiful but unrealistic as requires too much water.
the size nature intended.Lay of the Landscape: Find your garden style
8. Assess conditions. What kind of light do you have? Whether your yard is mostly in the sun or in the shade, you'll need to plant accordingly. This can be a disappointment for new gardeners, who might have visions of peonies and
control. This look is the image most people have of a traditional English country garden.
This might be a good garden to wrap up this design lesson with. It might sound obvious, but assuming you have at least average gardening skills, your plants will grow larger than they were the day you installed them
“Path for back garden” — ballsm25
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Water Pond
Ideabooks16,182
Questions7
The chair was ordered through Landscape Forms ...
Horizontal wood fence, water feature, floating deck
Love the I-beam water feature
Deck, water, vertical garden, spout feature, plants
Lovely water feature with giant papyrus plant.
Running water is especially good at masking noises, so consider a fountain or small waterfall for your water feature. In this San Francisco backyard, the position of the water feature surrounding the deck makes it feel as if the deck is floating
“Love” — Louise Hotton
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