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Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
Use of corrugated metal sheet on the privacy wall/fence. Good use of the metal sheet as a backdrop for the plants.
Great Design Plant: Foxtail Fern Photo 6 of 6 Planting notes. Foxtail fern
Outside, the plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately moist soil, rich in compost. In temperate climates you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water
you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water it well after planting to establish strong roots. Foxtail fern grows quickly and can be divided every few years in spring. Remove spent foliage before new growth emerges each year. Too much or too little water — even too much sunlight —
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
Vanishing Edge Pool
Perfection with the water level. Love the choice of plants where they meet the infinity edge.
flow of water? Instead of from the bottom of the pool, how about over the wall into a lower plant elevation?
Planting in line and consistent
finish at water line
Infinity w plants!...and the water color...Pool water height...low water grasses
Estate Pools & Landscapes
Modern Cascade Garden Pool design by Gary Sewell Jr., Los Angeles, CA.
fan like plant on the left in the flower pot
Spa water feature wall - very dramatic and cool water and light effect
Like the backdrop of the pool as you are looking out the kitchen window...love the idea of water and plants
love the water fall... maybe have a long thin pool and waterfall concept
Push Pool up against fence and put plants and water feature
to this water feature. They add beautiful ambience for a fraction of the price and no commitment to location.More: The Beauty of a Fire Pit Without the SmokeHow to Make a Stacked-Stone Fire Pit
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Garden Installation Huntingdon Valley
to move water away from the wall.
Ideas for planting bed around our pond
Water feature incorporated with the terracing.
Lower patio, no water like planting
wall - water feature here is a drainage field of clean stone behind the wall and geotextile fabric separated the soil from the stone. At the base of the drainage field is a perforated pipe to move water away from the wall.
Bridge connects you with the water.
Johnston Stromberg Architecture
flow of water and also support plants & vines. Both planter and bench are fabricated from reclaimed brick & timbers.
Great Water Tank & Irrigation System
Système de distribution d'eau ou simplement un beau support à faire grimper les plantes
look at this stunning overflow water tank display
rain barrel run off for watering w/overflow
Add more functionality. Water storage and irrigation
functionality. Water storage and irrigation are combined in this modern take on classic rainwater storage. Rather than hide the workings, the storage unit and custom overflow tank are part of the overall patio design.
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Could you please tell me the plants use, most specifically the purple, the red in the planter, and is that a palm behind the red plant?
type of plants are used?
paver patio, fountain plants and fence
Fountain for the dogs? Constant fresh water...
Seasonal color added by using potted plants in flower beds
Water feature...All the plants!...Pavers and Plants...water feature
South Coast Architects, Inc.
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Water feature with tree And plants in
Tree in middle of water feature
tree and water feature for front
Outdoor water feature
Pandanus water feature
garden w/ water & tree
inner courtyard tree and water
purchase this water feature?
The water fountain...water feature...Love the water...water feature
about plant placement and choices? Love what you have done.
low water use plantings replace front yard
plants everywhere- what about extending gravel path from from walk to driveway amid flowers and plants?
house) planted here and there alongside scented flowers and ornamentals.
Clean up your spring and summer garden. That way you'll make room for your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like petunias, impatiens and vincas.• Get rid of your old
Trim any plant that is still robust but is seeing the effects of the hot summer months.• Add all of this garden debris to your compost pile unless it is disease or pest ridden, then moisten the pile and turn it thoroughly.