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Design ideas for an asian hillside landscaping in DC Metro.

Japanese Garden Design and InstallationAsian Landscape, DC Metro

Design ideas for an asian hillside landscaping in DC Metro. —  Houzz

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limindove wrote:Oct 12, 2013
I love the bamboo edging here! Would you please tell me the dimensions

- The bamboo edging is so unique!

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    Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
    The edgings in this design are not bamboo. They are treated wooden posts ranging from 3-6" inches in diameter and they are cut to the varying length for installation.
  • limindove
    What a beautiful garden! I need to build a retaining wall in my sloppy garden to retain the soil. Very similar to this picture. Do you think I can use bamboos or wood will be a better choice? What kind of wood did you use? Do you sell them?
Anthony Ribis wrote:Feb 16, 2014
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    Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
    Thank you for your inquiry. That is a 'Juniperus x pfitzeriana 'Sea Green', also known as Chinese Juniper. It has been trained at our nursery in a bonsai form and is about approximately 30 years old.
mjsavage wrote:Apr 27, 2014
please whatis the light colored small bushes in the front?

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    Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
    Thank you for your inquiry. That is a 'Juniperus x pfitzeriana 'Sea Green', also known as Chinese Juniper. It has been trained at our nursery in a bonsai form and is about approximately 30 years old.
bjshep wrote:May 8, 2014
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    Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
    Thank you for your inquiry. First, we've installed a french drain at the top of the slope to eliminate any water flowing from the upper slope of the yard. Second, the mulch used is a hardwood shredded bark mulch, it binds together to alleviate most sliding issues. In addition, as the mondo grasses mature, it will also support the slope and help with any water issues.
  • Gary Lee
    So do you lay down landscape fabric on the hill first before putting down the shredded mulch? And will the shredded mulch stay put on a steeper slope hill?
Ames Tee wrote:Nov 26, 2014
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    Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
    Astsui, we used the shredded hardwood bark mulch on this project. Blowers will not be an issue as long as you do not use chip or nugget mulches. The shredded mulches will also help with possible water runoff of the slope. Best of luck on your project. FYI, we also installed a french drain at the top of the slope to aid with runoff.
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