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Results found for "plantings"

  • My 5 year plan, This is the before, during, and after pictures of my landscaping project for our home., Yards Design

    My 5 year plan

    9 photos, 4,370 Views, Flag

  • My still-in-progress outdoor area, I have big plans for my outdoor area but no cash right now!  For the front, a zen garden with rocks instead of grass/mulch, moving the hosta plants, bringing in metal decor and better plantings.  For the back, tall grasses and vine-loving plants to cover up the 3ft space under the deck, and a cabana for the deck so I can sit out there all year round., Gardens Design

    My still-in-progress ...

    3 photos, 180 Views, Flag

  • My outside living area 7 months of the year, The deck was too small and had only covered space so I enlarged it and added a side planting area and large trees heading toward the rear of the property., Patios & Decks Design

    My outside living area...

    6 photos, 1,885 Views, Flag

  • Our Yard, Our outdoor spaces are as most people who garden know an ever evolving thing.  We only have a half acre and it's got a little bit of everything_a pool a hot tub a fountain an arbora deck patios I grow over 200 roses many perennials with a composting area. , Gardens Design

    Our Yard

    29 photos, 8,037 Views, Flag

  • Container Plantings, These are various containers that I've planted at some of our landscape properties., Gardens Design

    Container Plantings

    6 photos, 2,743 Views, Flag

  • first summer plantings, , Yards Design

    first summer planting...

    5 photos, 845 Views, Flag

  • New Landscaping... Opinions?, We bought this house over a year ago.  The landscaping was horrific.  We pulled the overgrown shrubs that looked like a blind man planted and started over.  , Yards Design

    New Landscaping... O...

    5 photos, 1,037 Views, Flag

  • Outside is one of my favorite spaces!, Whenever its not freezing can probably find me outside!  I love my flowers plants vines deck hot tub "tranquility" pond chimes arches trellis "trash'to'treasure" stuff etc., Gardens Design

    Outside is one of my f...

    24 photos, 2,026 Views, Flag

  • Reflections from the Garden, Spring fever has hit me again and although the yard is green (winter grass) all the wonderful flowers are still missing except for a few wayward hyacinths peeking little pink heads up.  This is a city sized yard and all my planting must be "Bella Proof" Bella being the beautiful black labrador who guards the garden from squirrels and trashmen and other n'er do wells .... but who also creates havoc of anything in her path. , Yards Design

    Reflections from the ...

    10 photos, 671 Views, Flag

  • Endless summer to begin! , This is the landscaping just in bloom flanking my front sidewalk. I am looking forward to the blue endless summer hydrangeas popping out since last summer there were few flowers.I will post when they are in full bloom!, Gardens Design

    Endless summer to beg...

    1 photo, 79 Views, Flag

  • Just Planted Patio Last Night...One more Patio to Go!, I just planted this last night ...I know it needs more but it's a beginning!, Patios & Decks Design

    Just Planted Patio La...

    2 photos, 954 Views, Flag

  • Boring brown and too large plantings!, This 1927 two family sits across the street from a field with lake beyond. We need help in tuning up the curb appeal since the plantings in the front are original and too large, and the house has very little character., Home Exterior Design

    Boring brown and too l...

    7 photos, 42 Views, Flag

  • DOG TAKEOVER, Large patio needs help!, Patios & Decks Design


    4 photos, 260 Views, Flag

  • Big plantings in small spaces, Gardens Design

    Big plantings in small...

    10 photos, 396 Views, Flag

  • front yard transformation, My wife and I bought this remodeled home in March '08. And while the interior was beautifully redone, the yard was neglected. The front yard was bare and boring, but possessed tons of potential. This is phase one in transforming this bare and boring yard to a lush oasis for all to enjoy. , Yards Design

    front yard transformat...

    11 photos, 149 Views, Flag

  • Gulf Coast Garden Getaway, A brand new home with not a leaf of landscaping, but all the possibilities offered by a small, subtropical lot.  Our Key West-style home is still a work in progress inside and out., Gardens Design

    Gulf Coast Garden Get...

    8 photos, 392 Views, Flag

  • easy care sw , this is my pool area.  I wish I had french door from master bedroom to enter onto the deck.  I did the intial design of the pool shape, deck layout, shade structure, and low water landscaping., Pools Design

    easy care sw

    4 photos, 279 Views, Flag

  • Dismal Seattle Backyard, We had high hopes for our large backyard when we purchased our home, but our attempts at bringing it to life have been lackluster.  The planting area has poor soil due to the fir trees above and gets a heavy dose of direct sunlight in certain sections.  Many plants which we would expect to thrive under trees do not such as Oregon Grape and ferns.  The only plants that we consistently have luck with are Lavender and Rosemary, but we would like to have variety so that there is something in bloom throughout the summer to maintain color.  We also have an abundance of weeds which we don't get around to addressing due to having 2 young children and very busy lives.

We also have a drainage issue:  our home is located on the lower portion of a hill, so all water from the houses above runs down and pools in our yard.  We are not sure of the best approach to tackle the drainage issue. 

Finally, there is the question of the fence:  we replaced a portion of the aging fence, but then halted work because we couldn't decide whether or not we wanted to have a fence along the street.  Without a fence, our backyard gets more light, is easier to mow, and is more secure.  However, if we did have a fence, it would be easier to let the kids play in the backyard with less supervision., Yards Design

    Dismal Seattle Backy...

    6 photos, 100 Views, Flag

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