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Coastal Garden Design
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landscaping+water view=perfection
water view...across the water!!...at the waters edge...Landscape by water...area by water...to the water.
“Lush!” — Frank Crandall Horticultural Solutions
Schmechtig Landscapes
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Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
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two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well."
two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well.
ornamentals, water features or hard landscaping.One of the most stunning planting ideas championed by the Arts and Crafts designers was the use of monochromatic plantings, with white gardens being the favorite.
two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well.
“velvet boxwood but note they're close together and not clipped much....nice informal look” — judihammond
escale design
PAOLA LENTI - SHOWROOM - selection collection
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do for Water Park wave pool. Where can I find the paint
to the water- and shade- could have fan inside- we will need shade!!! Please look in catalogues for cool furniture.
let the water lick your toes, and you'll be transported to the Caribbean!
Water color...the pool water...shallow water
“Seamless beach entry beachy feel” — godiving
CHEATHAM FLETCHER SCOTT ARCHITECTS
Potting Shed at Augusta Residence
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Awwwww nice garden and water feature
Flower water feature
Water feature...In ground water...Water font...water area
“Back” — Julie White-Chaples
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Private Garden Spaces
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lose your water and fish. Burrowing rodents also can nibble through the liner. “You’d be surprised how quickly a koi pond will drain into the ground,” Leidner says. Expert tip: If you do go with a rubber liner, Leidner recommends buying a few bags of concrete, poking holes in them and using the bags to
bags with water and put the rubber liner on top. The bag will dissolve and the concrete will harden, creating a barrier that rodents can’t get through. Premade plastic tubs are a good alternative. They start at around $800 but come in limited shapes and sizes.
lose your water and fish. Burrowing rodents also can nibble through the liner. “You’d be surprised how quickly a koi pond will drain into the ground,” Leidner says. Expert tip: If you do go with a rubber liner, Leidner recommends buying a few bags of concrete, poking holes in them and using the bags to line
“Pond” — lunaz98
sususu
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
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water feature
courtyard with water feature
Water feature...nice water feature
“Water feature” — Jane Gatt
180 degrees
Oregon Street Residence
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water feature
Custom water feature
Water feature at front entrance.
Water feature at entrance.
Water body...Water feature
“Fliers” — jbanana3
markdesign, llc
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Outdoor Spaces
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stone is a water feature. I've attached a few images so you can see it better.
Hi can u show us how the place looks at night and is that a water fountain by the stone?
with the water bubbling out of it and the grass that has become the path. I really like the look of this
gurgling water. The patio floor and hearth are both made of flagstone.The view into the garden reveals an exquisite plant collection. Aspen trees sport soft greenish-yellow leaves and beautifully textured light bark, a blue spruce adds blue-green needles, and Japanese maples add intricately shaped plum
“out side patio” — Andrea Martinez
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