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River Valley Landscapes & Pools
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
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left of the front door leads to the vegetable and perennial gardens. The idea for the vegetable garden was to recreate the tradition of a kitchen garden which would have been planted close to the residence for easy access. The vegetable garden is surrounded by mixed perennial beds along the inside of
which surrounds the entire garden space. Another area designated for a bench is provided here to encourage stopping and viewing. The home’s original smokehouse, completely restored and used as a garden shed, provides a strong architectural focal point to the vegetable garden. Behind the smokehouse is
the corner and help screen the garden from the neighboring subdivision. At the rear corner of the garden a wood arbor was constructed to provide a structure on which to grow grapes or other vines should the homeowners choose to. The landscape and gardens for this restored farmhouse and
“Garden” — benderlee
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
Ideabooks2,660
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We could use old recyled windows as the vents/holes in the garden walls
secret garden; wandering pathways; slaterassociates.com is in
Using trees is an excellent way to create frames, but you can create literal frames in your garden with structures. This beautiful stone wall has included two cutout windows that frame views and the garden in both directions for visitors on either side.
“sang va band keshi divar” — p337
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Halsey Farm Lane Southampton Village New York
Ideabooks1,738
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Thanks, this whole garden was removed this spring to renovate the house! We are in the process of putting it back together now, and it's almost completed.
These are he colours I would like in he garden
I would love to have gardens like this at my house. As long as someone else took care of them.
Adding dahlias to the garden this year. First time. Can not wait.
Beautiful shapes and drifts of color. More garden than I want, but could be simplified.
“Roses” — ruvimo
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zeterre Design
Ideabooks3,528
Questions6
Symmetry: Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central
viewer.More: Old-School Design: Frame Your Garden View
1. Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline
This most modern of gardens must be the epitome of viewing gardens. Both the design and the planting scheme create a combined picture that can be seen on many levels.The patterns cut in the lawn serve no purpose other than the visual impact they make and the interest and pleasure they give the viewer
“Remember the Grounds for Arts waterways?” — Lisa Kaufman
BaDesign
2 Reviews
Modern Edibles
Ideabooks1,076
Questions1
raised gardens- great for front yard
Garden plant colors & textures
Raised gardens out front
Woot woot raised gardens
Love this charming little garden
container garden for front yard?
Garden beds...container garden...Raised garden idea...Rocks, garden bed...Box garden...Raised garden...Garden boxes...Edible Garden
“Like top border trim color...looks like same as window trim nice color” — bigdog13
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks6,153
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scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range
easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors. Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but also encourages to the eye to follow the path to the rear of the garden.
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors. Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but also encourages to the eye
smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but also encourages to the eye to follow the path to the rear of the garden.
“Beautiful pebble mosaic walkway.” — voguevania
Jan Enright Creations
4 Reviews
Nixon Gardens
Ideabooks4,685
Questions2
Patio stones as walkway in garden surrounded by mulch
We need to add some big rocks to the gardens.
A meandering garden path, however, can be much narrower, as the intention is for guests to follow it to discover what lies ahead. “If you want someone to linger,” says Ayers, “curve the path around focal points, like a tree, boulder or berm of land. The most engaging paths curve around points of interest
“Garden” — Nora LaMar
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Floating Layers
Ideabooks2,438
Questions3
Hi, Could you please tell me the name of the trees in the raised garden. I would like to use them as screening in our garden against a fence. Many thanks..
design in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens that will grow within their own bounds or require only a small amount of clipping to keep them in check.
With true urban style, this contemporary garden shows all the features of new ruralism with its planting-dominant scheme.The plants used are standard species and are common in many gardens, yet here they have been used in a way to mirror nature. None of the ground is left bare; the variety of plants
Like a work of art that once completed isn’t designed to be altered or touched up, so Burle Marx’s garden designs aren’t meant to be added to, only maintained in the same state as they were intended by the designer. They are designed to be static and not
“birds of paradise!” — mindyp2003
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