27,040 weeding a lawn Home Design Photos

Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
North Cove
wetland and lawn area. Architect: Truex Cullins & Partners Architects Image Credit: Westphalen Photography
fertilizer and weed control products. I face a similar dilemma at our lake cabin. What can be done to prevent too much run-off into the lake.
absorbed into weeds, this usually prevents runoff. For information on the proper use of all products and runoff prevention in steep areas check with your local extension services, they are very helpful.
Here's our front lawn and lakefront!!!!
Fertilize, dethatch & sow additional lawn seed in Fall.
a vast lawn and connect with a low, curved boardwalk. The walk is obviously functional, leading people to the waterfront in the distance. Yet it gives the landscape a dramatic focal point. Simply sublime.More:Teach Your Landscape Rhythm
“Path in giant lawn” — rayhogg
Perello Building Corporation
5 Reviews
Modern Tuscan Estate
keep the weeds at bay. You can achieve a similar look using oil and stone on top of the concrete blend and this will help reduce the weeds its just a more expensive process and does not achieve the same country feel.
I find the greatest challenge to a gravel driveway is weed suppression. What do you
Block. For weed suppression, 3-4" crushed concrete blend, aka RCA.
“tuscan” — otness25
Formal Garden Design
Would a lawn mower be able to go over that area without issues?
plant pavers with moss / lawn
tended lawn.Another consideration is how "at home" a lawn is in your climate. Where rainfall is dependable and plentiful, you needn't be too concerned about using potable water for irrigation. And there are lots of organic approaches to lawn care, so you can avoid the old-school arsenal of chemical sprays
“Beautiful landscaping” — bosslady
9 Reviews
Can weeds grow up through these pavers? Since water can percolate down I'm afraid weeds can grow up even with weed barrier. We have very aggressive weeds here. Love the look.
grand lawn...hedge and lawn
“Edge around drive” — bethanncav
Windsor Companies
4 Reviews
Windsor Companies
operate the weed eater really good and maintain the same cutting height
have to weed eat once a week then?
cut and weeds out? is this artificial grass? how are they watering it?
combination of stone and lawn
within lawn...Flagstones in lawn...lawn and stone
“irregular paver stones” — btponton
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Love the lawn, what type of grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
love how the lawn and beds draw you
Nice slightly raised gardens, with clear definite lines separating the lawn from the gardens.
between your lawn and garden deeper and more defined, making it easier to trim and mow.When you’re done digging and edging, spread out at least an inch of mulch to keep weeds from popping up.
is your lawn to mow? If it has an unusually complicated shape, sharp corners and poorly defined edges, simplifying the shape of your beds will help save you time in the long run. Lay out a garden hose to form wide and sweeping curves or straight lines just outside your existing beds. If you have odd little
“Green and lush” — simplyangie2004
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Fescue Lawn, it will require more water than a drought tolerant groundcover. Not knowing exactly where you live in So. Cal, the heat intensity could vary greatly as one moves inland. 30 miles from the ocean, it very well could demand watering daily. These Olive trees were transplanted from a very old
mowed lawn, but still does require regular water.
neighbor to weed on a Saturday afternoon. The urn isn't terrible to look at either!
neighbor to weed on a Saturday afternoon. The urn isn't terrible to look at either!
an open lawn, but into the woods, to the edge of a pond, somewhere cloistered and inspiring that allows us a moment when we can get down to our deepest selves and let go of social norms. A landscape of intrigue, distance and mystery — filled with elements that appeal to all five senses — is the surest
“I like that grass” — Josh Adams
Noland Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Noland Landscape Design
the bad weeds go thru the moss pads?
control weeds is with proper soil preparation and regular maintenance. If the land is first cleared of weeds and then a thick layer (4 - 5” or more) of compost is applied before planting, you have a good chance of getting the upper hand. Planting through the compost is the best way. Then regular weeding
occasional weed coming up after that but if you pounce quickly, you will be victorious!
“I love the combination of 'moss'. Fun!” — Lisa Cranston Designs
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