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Greyscale design studio
mud plaster backdrop of the courtyard with sunroof
Georgia Lindsay Garden Design
The kids area.
Urban Artichoke Fine Gardening and Design
A large custom built 3-bin compost bin is tucked into a corner of the yard. Patricia Larenas, Urban Artichoke
Runde's Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc.
Photos courtesy of BrazelBerries Peach Sorbet blueberry - one of the Brazelberries
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Photography: © ShadesOfGreen
TOPOS Architects, Inc
We completely renovated a simple low-lying house for a university family by opening the back side with large windows and a wrap-around patio. The kitchen counter extends to the exterior, enhancing the sense of openness to the outside. Large overhanging soffits and horizontal cedar siding keep the house from overpowering the view and help it settle into the landscape. An expansive maple floor and white ceiling reinforce the horizontal sense of space. Phil Bond Photography
Juniper Landscape Company
Jan Nelson Landscape Design
Closeup of Autumn Flame flagstone path with small cobbles between. Photo by Jan Nelson
Ecoscape Environmental Design
Frasier Meadows is home to a very active retirement community in Boulder, Colorado. The front yard area comes alive in late spring and early summer with a carpet of aromatic wooly thyme in full bloom.
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2015 Houzz
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
Rick Laughlin, APLD
Within this garden we wanted to create a space which was not only on numerous levels, but also had various points of interest. This garden is on a slope, but is also very wide. Firstly, we broke up the space by using rustic sleepers to create several raised beds,as well as steps which lead to differennt zones. This helps to give the garden a more traditional, country edge. The sleepers were also used to create a winding path through out the garden, marrying together the various areas. The path leads up to the impressive sunburst pergola and circular stone patio. This is the perfect spot to view the whole garden. At the other end of the garden another pergola sits amougnst a bustling flower bed, and will be used to train vining flowers. Along the back wall of the garden a raised bed is home to a stunning display of wildflower. This plot is not only a fabulous riot of colour and full of rustic charm, but it also attracts a whole host of insects and animals. While wildflowers looks great they are also very low maintenance. Mixed gravel has been used to create a variety of texture. This surface is intermittently dotted with colour with lemon thyme, red hot pokers and foxgloves. Stone has been used to create a warm and welcoming patio area. Flower beds at the front of the garden can be used for veg and other leafy plants. Overall we have created a country style with a very contemporary twist through the use of gravel, modern shape and structural landscaping.