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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
The hillside garden responds to movement of the wind, flow of the water and warmth of the sun with an artful integration of storm water management practices. Rhythmic landforms and a grassy swale slow stormwater flow, allowing it to percolate into the ground and divert it away from the house. The meandering
diverting water from home with landscaping
This works fine for me if it saves more water than more colorful blooming but still stabilizes the hillside and grows in Los Osos. I want a more woodland path of railroad ties and some larger bushes
assessing the amount of sunlight that will be available to the plant you're interested in.Moisture. Even the most drought-tolerant plants need regular watering while their roots develop, and some plants must have a constantly moist or wet soil to survive. Do your site conditions match the needs of the plant
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
lot size is 1/2 an acre. One should note that the owners were able to utilize a grandfathered building footprint in order to build so close to the water. Current zoning regulations would make this difficult to do in the future.
Water in front of the house
never tell the truth unless you make them.'” — Isobelle CarmodyThe reflection doesn't have to be like that in a bathroom mirror. In fact, often the water is choppy and rough, like so many lakes can be; turning the home's reflection into an impressionist painting.
Van Zelst Inc
Lake Geneva, WI Residence (A)
backyard water feature
Landscape water - stone
the creek neat water garden
Water Feature...Water feature...Water ideas
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Stone. Wild rough wood. Water. What's not to love??
Fantastic home setting on murky water.
Location: water, forest, private, small cabin.
"Like water which can clearly mirror the sky and the trees only so long as its surface is undisturbed, the mind can only reflect the true image of the Self when it is tranquil and wholly relaxed." — Indra DeviA home built at the edge of the wood will stand taller and not be intimidated by the trees when
when it's doubled in the nearby water.
Lake Home Exterior
Like the water feature/fountain installed on the wall, I could put one on our patio
It's easy to make small outdoor space seem inviting and relaxing with water feature and walls for privacy
Tiles walkway water feature
water feature...The water feature...water feature
It is clearly a water feature. The metal rectangle is holding water that spills over the sides and down to a catch basin where it is pumped back into the metal container. As stated above, you can clearly see the reflection on the surface of the water.
Has a beautiful view, water on river stones, lights that give the room, a mansionous feeling.
I love the infinity water feature surrounded with bench seating.
Is it a salt water pool? If so, does this affect your pavers/patio?
Travertine and flagstone combo - also water color
Lovely and I love the color that the tiles, liner or paint used makes the water.
love the tile work and how it contrasts against the water.
…Pool: Slather on some sunscreen and catch some rays on a deck chair. After the sun has warmed your skin, you can cool off with a quick dip in the water. Dive in and work off any excess energy with a couple of laps. Or lie back, relax and let all your problems float away.
I have seen cattle feed troughs and water troughs done this way. There's different sizes, won't have to worry about sharp edges. In this area we have Scruggs tractor supplies that would have
Water troughs. Use as table/storage base? Benches for eating area if rectangular or just cover frames?
way to tell if a plant needs water is to feel the soil. If the first inch or so of soil is dry to the touch and the plant has average water requirements, it’s time to water. If the plant requires moist soil, you don’t want it to get dry to the touch. This can mean watering at least daily, and more often
Think big These US-style water tanks have been adapted as giant planters, the rough rims softened by coils of hosepipe. Old farmyard troughs (try salvage yards or rural auctions)