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Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Fairway Overlook
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Studio in Wisconsin describes, a perfect tree for smaller suburban yards. "It won’t get so large that it casts a ton of shade over the entire lawn, like large shade trees do, but it is large enough to be in scale with most average-sized homes," he says. "Plus, the purple berries make a marvelous jam." USDA
Studio in Wisconsin describes, a perfect tree for smaller suburban yards. "It won’t get so large that it casts a ton of shade over the entire lawn, like large shade trees do, but it is large enough to be in scale with most average-sized homes," he says. "Plus, the purple berries make a marvelous jam."
Studio in Wisconsin describes, a perfect tree for smaller suburban yards. “It won’t get so large that it casts a ton of shade over the entire lawn, like large shade trees do, but it is large enough to be in scale with most average-sized homes,” he says. “Plus, the purple berries make a marvelous jam.” USDA
“Landscaping” — maggiegugs
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west. USDA zones: 4 to 9 ; Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil; Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade. Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tal.l Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect”
plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer
plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains.
“Pasque flower (Pulsatilla patens, USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) blooms in April in dry clay soi” — lberry4
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement:
plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains. USDA zones: 4 to 9 ;Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil; Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect
plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer
“the flower” — Heather Bott Nielsen
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Northworks Architects and Planners
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Thistle Hill Farm
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Western Wisconsin, this new single family sustainable residence implements today’s advanced techology within a historic farm setting. The arrangement of volumes, detailing of forms and selection of materials provide a weekend retreat that reflects the agrarian styles of the surrounding area. Open floor
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“Pool” — emmapow
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Tuscan Exterior
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Sussex Wisconsin (Halquist stone). The stucco is a Sto Powerwall Product, color 10308 Pearl.
We custom designed it and it was fabricated by Custom Metals out of Madison, Wisconsin
Sussex Wisconsin (Halquist stone). The stucco is a Sto Powerwall Product, color 10308 Pearl.
“Welcoming entrance” — dwitwer
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
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Western Wisconsin, this new single family sustainable residence implements today’s advanced techology within a historic farm setting. The arrangement of volumes, detailing of forms and selection of materials provide a weekend retreat that reflects the agrarian styles of the surrounding area. Open floor
“Stairs” — mrclyde
Maddock Construction Company
5 Reviews
Elevation
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Eden, Wisconsin. It is their "Country Manor Blend". We used a mixture of "Snapped" and "Bedfaced" stones, while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint we utilized here was a "Struck" joint.
from Eden Wisconsin
“Stone and lights” — lindentrailgalena
GMK Architecture Inc
3 Reviews
Lake Kegonsa House
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house in Wisconsin are heightened by the dark yellow walls on either side of the entrance.
house in Wisconsin are heightened by the dark yellow walls on either side of the entrance.
“Colour” — austillo
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