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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Front Ridge Residence
rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along mown paths meandering through a rich tapestry of managed native meadow.
Ideas for a very small kitchen and eating area please
Hi there--perhaps you could look through my portfolio to get some ideas? Good luck.
"correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectivenes.
pretty landscaping idea along edge of our back yard
trench edging around trees and bushes
Trench is low cost edge but requires more maintenance
scheme, lending a sense of drama. Everything is oriented outward, including the suggestion of a grassy trail leading to the world's edge.
like flat edge on grass side that is easy to mow over
Edging brick Brick can work in a variety of ways. It can be set vertically
idea for around edge of raised patio to make it easier to cut grass
variety of ways. It can be set vertically with or without grout as a mowing strip for a large space of grass. If you're planning on using the brick as an edging for landscaping too, don't forget to dig a slight trench for them (as in the previous example) to help the plants from spreading underground.
What are some unique garden edging ideas?
Have a question concerning the the edging
So what type of materials did you use for the edging? Is it wood or that plastic stuff?
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Where did you purchase the Corten steel? Have you ever used corten as edging around a house? What thickness did you use?
Thank you. It is not an edging product specifically. We used corten steel plate cut to the dimensions we needed for the project. Then we welded it together onsite.
for back yard. potted plants and make a bed with ground cover.
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David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
How do you get such a clean edge on the beds?
I live in Houston, Where are you? Thanks, we purchased a new house in Sienna plantation in Missouri city and we need you to design my back yard.
What are the tall trees with the hot pink flowers on them called? This is a stunning back yard!
It is not symmetrical. The pool is located just beyond what you can see in this photo. I cannot recall the dimensions, but it is a very large back yard.
Where did you source your steel edging from?
Basic idea for fence along South side.
of the landscape edging adds a defined Mediterranean Style
like this idea for the back fence. great way to cover up the
Stewart Land Designs
New Orleans Style Backyard Garden
Perfect for walkway to side yard.
good idea. with stone & gravel would water drain away from house better as opposed to concrete? Just wondering. Like the plants bordering walkway and the tree marking the yard entrance as well.
wide enough for two to traverse side by side. I like the care with which this path was designed and installed. It feels special, with the cut-stone edging doubling as a way to contain the planting beds on either side. The stone palette complements the brick house and creates an interesting circuit for
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
Lush Suburban Retreat
Narrow side yard features a gravel path with inlaid "stepping stones" made of metal circles embedded in the gravel and ringed with Mexican black pebbles. Inside the stepping stones are plantings of dwarf mondo grass, 'Sunshine' creeping veronica, and Corsican mint. Plantings include natives such as evergreen
What type of ground cover is in the circles, and what edging did you u
climate is dry and water conservation is a priority. Also, what do you think will be a good substitute for the round edging in the absence of barrel tops? You do beautiful work. Thank you for sharing....wish you were here in Denver.
Hi--The edging of the circles is actually made of the metal hoops used on whiskey or wine barrels. I use the half barrels as planters, but eventually the wood decays leaving behind only the metal hoops. I decided to use them as edgers for "stepping stone" circles. I then planted the circles with Corsican
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Less Lawn More Garden
"The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal. Definitely inviting
table) serves the same purpose as a front porch, providing bonus seating to the two benches on the entry threshold of this traditional home. This side yard treatment is both attractive and neighbor friendly." Debra Prinzing More at www.WestoverLD.com
WHAT IS THE PAINT COLOR OF THE CHAIRS IN THE FRONT YARD? THANKS
Vignette area idea? Rocks instead of mulch?
The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal
improved to better align automobile traffic. The new permeable driveway is built of recycled clay bricks placed on gravel. The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The entrance to the home is accentuated by masses of annual flowers that frame the bluestone
hontoo - if your query meant the "low growing green plants" next to the grass. I can't speak for the Windsor Companies.....but the green plants at grass edge looks like.......pachysandra.
"and on the list of invasive plants from the USDA it is in the final category, 'Local Concern and Monitoring.' When we use it, it is always bound by edging to keep it in place. It spreads very slowly, and I have never experienced it growing out of bounds, nor have I heard complaints from my many gardener