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Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
types of drainage mats. What are you using it for planters?. Roof membrane? Against exterior wall? if you could be more specific I can direct you. Thanks
any kind of direction on how to search for a drainage mat would be appreciated
Cold winters are not a problem. If anything it is the harsh UV
Canada...no problem ...company is called perfect turf.
I like the idea of having a patio off the kitchen sliders, then grass, then another patio at the back of the yard for lounge furniture
Worth looking into for the back yard.
the umbrella. i can picture this view looking into the "garden" section of our yard. It would be a nice view from the back door & a great new sitting area shielded from the sun.
small back yard. synthetic turf and breaking up the space with textures
Romani Landscape Architecture
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
yard drainage problems
lawn drainage solutions
great irregular yard landscaping
Arborvitae for back yard
yard stuff, drain with gravel
small yard ideas...back yard...framing yard...back of yard
Timothy Seifert/ Bachman's Landscape
channel drainage to the sides of the yard where the drains are.
looks like this would solve drainage problems.
great way to build a drainage ditch!
dog/rear yard...pump drainage
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aggregate and drainage in the bottom. They also contain irrigation and lighting.
Can you please provide the dimensions of the plantern that the bamboo is in. Too, how does this design allow for drainage?
in my yard (same configuration of my back yard). It would resolve the problem of my back yard being my neighbors front yard.
- rain drainage / leak potential
water your yard receives and how much your soil can absorb. In our case we had to build a reservoir below the driveway to hold the water while it soakedinto the ground. If your soil drains well you may be able to install the pavers on a gravel bed without the extra work. I suggest professional installation
was 50 yards away and was an evergreen. This area is mostly evergreens and palms, so few leaves to blow onto the roof. It rains under 20" per year here, but does rain hard several times a year. In Seattle I might have done this differently, but here is what I did here - The valleys were hot mopped
these problem areas is always a good idea.
says.The yard's slope from the street to the back had caused flooding problems in the past. Gatling took care of this by using permeable bricks on the driveway and parking pad, which catch the water and let it slowly leach out into the yard.
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The mixture of rocks and plants is balanced and would look good in our gently sloping front yard.
front yard. change ours to this
Waterfall might be perfect for our slope problem in backyard of new house
Between berms in the back yard.
side yard idea for hill
stream in the back yard
Our front yard...water drainage idea
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Outdoor Dining Terrace
Hello, Did you have to do the typical dig and then put sand down and tamp? I have a small yard and the area immediately off the back steps has a dip to it. This section fills
back for drainage or have to come to complete saturation before draining, absorbing bacteria, allergens, urine and other materials before draining. Feel free to check out the differences for yourself at EasyTurf.com and FieldTurf.com - as a point of reference FieldTurf leads the modern day sports field
weight no problem, its really more around how much maintenance you are prepared to do to keep everything looking clean and tidy... not sure I can be more helpful than this...
Back yard - stones and greenery
Is this home for sale? Where can I find a back yard like this one? AMAZING! :-)
I am trying to create an area in my yard that can be visually attractive and hold up to the abuse of two large dogs playing. I want to end the constant battle with
have a drainage problem. Before i put the landscaping fabric & mulch, that area had grass. Anytime it rained & the dogs played the grass got ripped up. Eventually i had more mud than grass. The mulch sometimes gets moved around & wiil probably need to be filled in once a year. It's been a good solution
How's the drainage? My "kids" (1 lab and one bloodhound mix - my Wheaton is "dainty" and doesn't like to be dirty or wet, so she watches from inside) make a huge mess on the side of the yard where water tends to hang out longer. They play just as hard on the "mud-less" side where water doesn't linger!