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Bordi Prato - Foto e idee

Xerigardens
Xerigardens
Greenbee Landscape, Inc.Greenbee Landscape, Inc.
These are some of our design and build landscapes with sustainable, eco-friendly design practices in mind. Many of these were Cash for Grass rebate customers or Waterwise Conversion programs where money was awarded through local water districts and agencies.
Family Friendly Outdoor Living
Family Friendly Outdoor Living
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLAHome & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
Immagine di un bordo prato classico in ombra di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Backyard Landscape For Modern Home
Backyard Landscape For Modern Home
Big Rock LandscapingBig Rock Landscaping
This modern backyard boasts a light, neutral color pallet and plants like yuca an ornamental grasses.
Foto di un giardino contemporaneo dietro casa con pavimentazioni in cemento e recinzione in legno
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Front Yard Low Maintenance Garden Design
Front Yard Low Maintenance Garden Design
Landscape LogicLandscape Logic
Landscape Logic created a very colorful but drought-tolerant and low-water use garden in the front yard. It has accent landscape lighting to showcase the plants and trees at night.
Landscapes
Landscapes
Decorative LandscapingDecorative Landscaping
Immagine di un giardino minimal dietro casa
Woodland Hills 2-Story Home - Landscape Design & Build
Woodland Hills 2-Story Home - Landscape Design & Build
M&R Gardening Inc.M&R Gardening Inc.
Foto di un grande giardino moderno esposto in pieno sole davanti casa in estate con un ingresso o sentiero, sassi e rocce e pavimentazioni in cemento
Nedlands Residence
Nedlands Residence
LD TotalLD Total
Foto di un bordo prato moderno di medie dimensioni e davanti casa con pavimentazioni in cemento
Backyard Renovation
Backyard Renovation
Prestige Landscape & Tree Service LLCPrestige Landscape & Tree Service LLC
Immagine di un grande bordo prato esposto in pieno sole dietro casa in autunno con pavimentazioni in cemento e recinzione in legno
Railway sleepers used to create edges and raised beds. Box balls add formality a
Railway sleepers used to create edges and raised beds. Box balls add formality a
Alexandra Froggatt DesignAlexandra Froggatt Design
Alexandra Froggatt
Foto di un ampio giardino design esposto in pieno sole dietro casa in estate con ghiaia
Log Cabin by Lake
Log Cabin by Lake
Lankford Associates Landscape ArchitectsLankford Associates Landscape Architects
A deck and patio lead from the log cabin to a fire ring above the bluff overlooking the lake. Carefully controlled edging to the lawn created order from the surroundings and emphasized the clients desire for off setting the rustic nature of the log home. Low maintenance plantings and a simple gravel pathway connect the gardens with the residence. This lodge style bungalow is located on a small lake on the Western side of Washington State. Featured in Everett Herald, Home and Garden, January 28th, 2008
Riverside Sanctuary
Riverside Sanctuary
Salt + Dirt | Outside DesignSalt + Dirt | Outside Design
The home was perched on a massive expanse of lawn that we "right sized" by composing garden beds in correct proportion to the home. The Client wanted beauty, opulence, lushness, and sensual delight. Climbing roses waves their blossoms in air, backlight by river water light. Ornamental grasses spray like whitewater from between romantic garden favorites: peonies, daisies, delphinium, catmints. Each species was selected for its solid performance, be it everblooming blossoms, fragrance, or architectural stature. Repetition, proportion, form and rhythm bring order and ease to the eye, whether something is in flower or not.
Transitional Landscape
Transitional Landscape
Esempio di un bordo prato chic con pavimentazioni in mattoni
Cottage Living
Cottage Living
Your Space By DesignYour Space By Design
Front Yard with Slab Stone Steps
Foto di un bordo prato chic davanti casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
House Refurbishment, Bangor
House Refurbishment, Bangor
Leon Smith ArchitectsLeon Smith Architects
Leon Smith Architect Robert Malone Photography
Immagine di un bordo prato vittoriano
Front Yard Paradise
Front Yard Paradise
EcoLawn SBEcoLawn SB
This Montecito front yard was transformed with artificial turf, boulder edging, planting, landscape lighting and more. Synthetic grass was cut to fit around a boulder edging. The boulders were from the mudslide tragedy in 2018. This landscape was rebuilt and renewed. Here is a highlight of landscaping lighting in use.
Modern Landscaping
Modern Landscaping
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
The problem this Memorial-Houston homeowner faced was that her sumptuous contemporary home, an austere series of interconnected cubes of various sizes constructed from white stucco, black steel and glass, did not have the proper landscaping frame. It was out of scale. Imagine Robert Motherwell's "Black on White" painting without the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston's generous expanse of white walls surrounding it. It would still be magnificent but somehow...off. Intuitively, the homeowner realized this issue and started interviewing landscape designers. After talking to about 15 different designers, she finally went with one, only to be disappointed with the results. From the across-the-street neighbor, she was then introduced to Exterior Worlds and she hired us to correct the newly-created problems and more fully realize her hopes for the grounds. "It's not unusual for us to come in and deal with a mess. Sometimes a homeowner gets overwhelmed with managing everything. Other times it is like this project where the design misses the mark. Regardless, it is really important to listen for what a prospect or client means and not just what they say," says Jeff Halper, owner of Exterior Worlds. Since the sheer size of the house is so dominating, Exterior Worlds' overall job was to bring the garden up to scale to match the house. Likewise, it was important to stretch the house into the landscape, thereby softening some of its severity. The concept we devised entailed creating an interplay between the landscape and the house by astute placement of the black-and-white colors of the house into the yard using different materials and textures. Strategic plantings of greenery increased the interest, density, height and function of the design. First we installed a pathway of crushed white marble around the perimeter of the house, the white of the path in homage to the house’s white facade. At various intervals, 3/8-inch steel-plated metal strips, painted black to echo the bones of the house, were embedded and crisscrossed in the pathway to turn it into a loose maze. Along this metal bunting, we planted succulents whose other-worldly shapes and mild coloration juxtaposed nicely against the hard-edged steel. These plantings included Gulf Coast muhly, a native grass that produces a pink-purple plume when it blooms in the fall. A side benefit to the use of these plants is that they are low maintenance and hardy in Houston’s summertime heat. Next we brought in trees for scale. Without them, the impressive architecture becomes imposing. We placed them along the front at either corner of the house. For the left side, we found a multi-trunk live oak in a field, transported it to the property and placed it in a custom-made square of the crushed marble at a slight distance from the house. On the right side where the house makes a 90-degree alcove, we planted a mature mesquite tree. To finish off the front entry, we fashioned the black steel into large squares and planted grass to create islands of green, or giant lawn stepping pads. We echoed this look in the back off the master suite by turning concrete pads of black-stained concrete into stepping pads. We kept the foundational plantings of Japanese yews which add green, earthy mass, something the stark architecture needs for further balance. We contoured Japanese boxwoods into small spheres to enhance the play between shapes and textures. In the large, white planters at the front entrance, we repeated the plantings of succulents and Gulf Coast muhly to reinforce symmetry. Then we built an additional planter in the back out of the black metal, filled it with the crushed white marble and planted a Texas vitex, another hardy choice that adds a touch of color with its purple blooms. To finish off the landscaping, we needed to address the ravine behind the house. We built a retaining wall to contain erosion. Aesthetically, we crafted it so that the wall has a sharp upper edge, a modern motif right where the landscape meets the land.
Mid-Century in Carefreey | Backyard Gathering
Mid-Century in Carefreey | Backyard Gathering
Greey PickettGreey Pickett
Embracing the organic, wild aesthetic of the Arizona desert, this home offers thoughtful landscape architecture that enhances the native palette without a single irrigation drip line. Landscape Architect: Greey|Pickett Architect: Clint Miller Architect Landscape Contractor: Premier Environments Photography: Steve Thompson
Project on a sloping site
Project on a sloping site
Landscapes & CieLandscapes & Cie
Clare Obéron
Esempio di un bordo prato country dietro casa con ghiaia e passi giapponesi

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