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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks49,341
Questions17
Should these plants be watered and how do you do that?
How we give water to the plants?
and then attach them to walls by hanging them just like a piece of art. They also have these water reservoirs that attach to the top to help trickle down water. All the modules have little holes so the water slowly goes through the entire vertical garden. Go to their listing/webpage and you'll get lots
HI. Yes, you should water them usually at the top so the water will trickle down. You can also purchase with recirculation unit. Here is some info - http://www.plantsonwalls.com/Articles.asp?ID=251
Awesome! How often to you water them and by what means?
1. Try xeriscaping. A fancy term for low-water landscaping, xeriscaping is all about using plants that can withstand extremely dry (or drought) conditions. Even if you don't live in the desert, a well-planned xeriscape can save you a significant chunk of change and time when it comes to maintaining your
“wall plant” — Elaine Nordbyhaug
Falling Waters Landscape
10 Reviews
Rhee Residence
Ideabooks16,532
Questions11
Rhee Residence in Kensington, a suburb of San Diego, CA. Design and installation by Falling Waters Landscape
concrete patio enables you to replace it with a more attractive option — like pavers, stone or a modern combination, as with this patio by Falling Waters Landscape, featuring a grid of concrete rectangles divided by permeable plantings. It can also allow you to create more lawn or garden space.
concrete patio enables you to replace it with a more attractive option — like pavers, stone or a modern combination, as with this patio by Falling Waters Landscape, featuring a grid of concrete rectangles divided by permeable plantings. It can also allow you to create more lawn or garden space.Best time to
“Awesome concrete sections” — Art Institute of Seattle
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks329
Questions0
Think your landscape needs to look like a desertscape in order to be a low water landscape? Native grasses and shrubs are just as effective at lowering water usage as succulents, while still maintaining the "fecund" and "more is more" aesthetic that you are striving for in your yard.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Interesting arid landscaping.
low water...colors of landscape
“hillside design” — gayleensharon
Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
Ideabooks6,452
Questions7
Dining patio behind garage, add water feature between patio and sunporch
gathering are great in warm weather. I find the idea of more hardscaping versus grass appealing for this reason. There is also the opportunity for low-water landscape design with hardscaping.
Water fountain...Water feature...stone water feature
“Fountain” — stephaniekayd
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks803
Questions1
Could I get more information with this lovely landscape?
low water landscape with metal fence
minimalist landscape/staggered concrete
low water maintenance
Low water landscape...Desert landscape...low water
“landscaping” — becxtasy
Hey Nice Garden
New Perennial Style
Ideabooks3,133
Questions3
In Oakland we designed a small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open walkway to the front porch. The clean symmetry of the path is offset by the wild display of flowering plants.
In Oakland we designed a small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting
Great use of low water plants - probably needs more specimens that have winter interest but love the look of everything tightly planted.
“density of plant material” — Jon Bello
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Riggs Residence
Ideabooks8,008
Questions1
rocks and plantings around water feature
don't like use of very similar sized rocks either side of water - too symetrical
Water following stone wall.
Beautiful Colorado landscaping
rocks+water+flowers+stepping stones+ trees=wonderful
Outside water feature
Water Landscape on a slope
Beautiful landscape...water feature?...the landscape...Fab landscaping...Water feature...water feature
“rock retaining wall” — johnjill
Earthscape - Landscape Design & Build
20 Reviews
Erin Residence
Ideabooks8,798
Questions2
Backyard Patio with Water Feature. http://earthscapeblog.ca/?p=2481
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
integrated into landscape with plants and rocks
I have a perfect place for that water feature!!
“IDea for back downspout” — sprellwitz
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