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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal Cayucos
Ideabooks972
Questions2
well as a playspace and can be attractive in a naturalistic garden. In time it will transform into a new type of habitat.
Think of a purposeful log or stack of logs for decoration.
for wildlife. A length of fallen trunk on the ground makes a wonderful wildlife home as well as a playspace and can be attractive in a naturalistic garden. In time it will transform into a new type of habitat
for wildlife. A length of fallen trunk on the ground makes a wonderful wildlife home as well as a playspace and can be attractive in a naturalistic garden. In time it will transform into a new type of habitat.
for wildlife. A length of fallen trunk on the ground makes a wonderful wildlife home as well as a playspace and can be attractive in a naturalistic garden. In time it will transform into a new type of habitat.
“Pavers and Dymondia Margaretae.” — alisonlohse
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Bagnato Architects
353 Mascoma Street Strathmore Heights Victoria Australia
Ideabooks7,614
Questions2
The outdoor garden features decking, an integrated B.B.Q. , a feature garden wall and grassed area
grass as it flips convention of building decking upwards - here it is the lower level in the garden.
Decor wall...feature garden wall...Great garden...garden screen...Back Garden...feature garden wall...garden wall
“wall behind fountain - idea for office courtyard” — dri74
Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
Short St
Ideabooks15,740
Questions10
magnolia species. They have big white flowers the size of a saucer and grow to around 5 meters. (I am in Australia and many of these lovely trees in my garden).
Stepped up garden level
Garden herb wall...wall decor 4...Compact garden...Garden spot...Balcony garden...Garden home
“patio” — Daniel Ibarra
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks4,255
Questions5
To help my friend shared backyard garden
Two points if you saw the gazing ball in this garden upon first glance. It is perfectly placed as a little hidden surprise amidst the greenery. This singular ball offers a full view of the small and narrow garden, adding a sense of whimsy and space with elegance.
area. Maybe a side yard or under a large tree in the back corner. This dining room seems to have been plunked right in the middle of a long, narrow garden. The concrete pavers give structure to the dining area within this forestlike setting.
“I like this table and lanterns” — agrem
Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
I'On Village 1
Ideabooks5,051
Questions2
Small space decor, tea garden furnitures
Garden terrace alt to deck porch
Pavers for back of garden
Small space lovely decor
outdoor space, garden
Garden beds and paving
Garden ideas 1...garden wall...Terrace garden...low garden wall
“Good use of small space” — sovaldhouse
Landscape East & West
1 Review
Photobook: patios, water features, walls, gates and more!
Ideabooks16,100
Questions10
That is an interesting question. We have not designed a garden with a western/rodeo theme, but I'm sure we could put something together for you if I better understood the scope of the project. Let me know. Thanks
Garden shed with a red door
I like the garden she'd with the red door
Build up the cement walkway with decorative stone
“Little garden hut” — tregraff
Andrew Whyte Landscape Design
Glen Iris Project
Ideabooks5,909
Questions4
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect them from wind or near a house on a south-facing wall if your winters are long and cold. Provide well-drained soil and lots of water as
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect them from wind or near a house on a south-facing wall if your winters are long and cold. Provide well-drained soil and lots of water as
“Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hard” — margielynnj
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Sunken Connections
Ideabooks3,489
Questions1
quality materials. Stone is an expensive material that few people can afford to use for walls throughout the garden. A more cost-effective idea is to use it to define one specific zone in the garden as shown here with the stone wall in this sunken outdoor lounge. A fireplace and wood storage are also in
“lowered seating with wall- cozy” — monica1012rx
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