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Giardini tropicali con sassi e rocce - Foto e idee

Hardscaping ProjectsHardscaping Projects
Sebastian's Tropical Landscape Design, LLC.Sebastian's Tropical Landscape Design, LLC.
Again, adding this changes transforms your home into a beautiful front yard.
Ispirazione per un ampio giardino xeriscape tropicale esposto in pieno sole davanti casa in estate con sassi e rocce e sassi di fiume
Kauai ResidenceKauai Residence
Designscape Inc.Designscape Inc.
Sealight Studios Kauai
Immagine di un giardino tropicale dietro casa con sassi e rocce
The Putting GreenThe Putting Green
Conscious Environments Inc.Conscious Environments Inc.
Ispirazione per un grande giardino tropicale esposto a mezz'ombra dietro casa in primavera con sassi e rocce, pavimentazioni in pietra naturale e recinzione in legno
Naples Reserve Tropical Landscape DesignNaples Reserve Tropical Landscape Design
Custom Outdoor CreationsCustom Outdoor Creations
Front yard design in Naples Reserve with modern tropical plants lined with a Mexican beach pebble border. Included larger bromeliads, bird of paradise with multiple blooms, multiple 14' foxtail palms, an agave, red ti, foxtail ferns and mammy crotons. This design is supposed to look full after plants mature.
Island LandscapingIsland Landscaping
Broward Landscape, Inc.Broward Landscape, Inc.
Landscape Island
Immagine di un giardino tropicale davanti casa e di medie dimensioni con sassi e rocce e ghiaia
Colorful and ContemplativeColorful and Contemplative
Sweet Smiling LandscapesSweet Smiling Landscapes
When I came to this property not only was the landscape a scrappy mess the property also had some very real grading and drainage issues that were jeopardizing the safety of this house. As recent transplants from New Jerseys to Southern California these clients were in awe of all the plants they were seeing in their neighborhood. Living on the water at the Ventura harbor they wanted to be able to take full advantage or the outdoor lifestyle and cool ocean breeze. Being environmentally conscious citizens, these clients were very concerned that their garden was designed with sustainability as a leading factor. As they said in our initial consultation, “Would want or garden be part of the solution not part of the problem.” This property is the last house on the bottom of a gently sloping street. All the water from the neighbor’s houses drain onto this property. When I came into this project the back yard sloped into the house. When it would rain the water would pool up against the house causing water damage. To address the drainage we employed several tactics. Firstly, we had to invert the slope in the back yard so that water would not pool against the house. We created a very minor slope going away from the house so that water drains away but so the patio area feels flat. The back of the back yard had an existing retaining wall made out of shabby looking slump stone. In front of that retaining wall we created a beautiful natural stone retaining wall. This retain wall severs many purposes. One it works as a place to put some of the soil removed from the grading giving this project a smaller carbon foot print (moving soil of a site burns a lot of fossil fuel). The retaining wall also helps obscure the shabby existing retaining wall and allows for planting space above the footing from the existing retaining wall. The soil behind the ne retaining wall is slightly lower than the top of the wall so that when the run on water on from the neighbor’s property flows it is slowed down and absorbed before it has a chance to get near the house. Finally, the wall is at a height designed to serve as overflow seating as these clients intend to have occasional large parties and gatherings. Other efforts made to help keep the house safe and dry are that we used permeable paving. With the hardscape being comprised of flag stone with gravel in-between water has a chance to soak into the ground so it does not flow into spots where it will pool up. The final element to help keep the house dry is the addition of infiltration swales. Infiltration swales are depressions in the landscape that capture rain water. The down spouts on the sides of the houses are connected to pipe that goes under the ground and conveys the water to the swales. In this project it helps move rain water away from the house. In general, these Infiltration swales are a powerful element in creating sustainable landscapes. These swales capture pollutants that accumulate on the roof and in the landscape. Biology in the soil in the swales can break down these pollutants. When run of watered is not captured by soil on a property the dirty water flows into water ways and then the ocean were the biology that breaks down the pollutants is not as prolific. This is particularly important in this project as it drains directly into the harbor. The water that is absorbed in to the swales can replenish aquafers as well as increasing the water available to the plants planted in that area recusing the amount of water that is needed from irrigation. When it came to the planting we went with a California friendly tropical theme. Using lots of succulents and plants with colorful foliage we created vibrant lush landscape that will have year around color. We planted densely (the images in the picture were taken only a month after installation). Taller drought tolerant plants to help regulate the temperature and loss of water from the plants below them. The dense plantings will help keep the garden, the house and even the neighborhood cooler on hot days, will provide spaces for birds to enjoy and will create an illusion of depth in a somewhat narrow space. Today this garden is a space these homeowners can fully enjoy while having the peace of mind that their house is protected from flooding and they are helping the environment.
Small Fairy Fountain BasinSmall Fairy Fountain Basin
Magic Garden DreamsMagic Garden Dreams
One of the small fountainscapes we offer.
Ispirazione per un vialetto tropicale esposto a mezz'ombra dietro casa e di medie dimensioni con fontane, un ingresso o sentiero, sassi e rocce e pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Terraced ParadiseTerraced Paradise
The Horticulture Consultant & DesignThe Horticulture Consultant & Design
Foto di un giardino xeriscape tropicale di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con sassi e rocce e sassi di fiume
INVERNESS RDINVERNESS RD
LunnScapeLunnScape
Florida Landscaping design done to renovate dated landscaping . We re used clients beloved bronze statue and created a special place for it in the new design .
Del Mar, CADel Mar, CA
Dagos landscapingDagos landscaping
One of our many project we execute through out the years.
Idee per un ampio giardino xeriscape tropicale esposto in pieno sole dietro casa in estate con sassi e rocce, graniglia di granito e recinzione in legno
Naples Reserve Tropical LandscapeNaples Reserve Tropical Landscape
Custom Outdoor CreationsCustom Outdoor Creations
Front yard design in Naples Reserve with modern tropical plants lined with a Mexican beach pebble border. Included larger bromeliads, bird of paradise with multiple blooms, multiple 14' foxtail palms, an agave, red ti, foxtail ferns and mammy crotons. This design is supposed to look full after plants mature.
North Lakes EntranceNorth Lakes Entrance
LunnScapeLunnScape
North Lakes is a community located in Broward county . this was a complete landscape design overhaul for the entrance of the community.
Idee per un giardino formale tropicale esposto in pieno sole di medie dimensioni e davanti casa in estate con sassi e rocce e pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
The Putting GreenThe Putting Green
Conscious Environments Inc.Conscious Environments Inc.
Esempio di un grande giardino tropicale esposto a mezz'ombra dietro casa in primavera con sassi e rocce, pavimentazioni in pietra naturale e recinzione in legno
Martinelli Vineyards Patio and WaterfallMartinelli Vineyards Patio and Waterfall
TNZ Tile and DesignTNZ Tile and Design
Idee per un ampio giardino formale tropicale esposto in pieno sole in cortile in estate con sassi e rocce, sassi di fiume e recinzione in pietra
Hardscaping ProjectsHardscaping Projects
Sebastian's Tropical Landscape Design, LLC.Sebastian's Tropical Landscape Design, LLC.
In addition to the river rocks we like to incorporate larger rocks that give the area character without taking away from the style of the area.
Esempio di un ampio giardino xeriscape tropicale esposto in pieno sole davanti casa in estate con sassi e rocce e sassi di fiume
Terraced ParadiseTerraced Paradise
The Horticulture Consultant & DesignThe Horticulture Consultant & Design
Esempio di un giardino xeriscape tropicale di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con sassi e rocce
Martinelli Vineyards Patio and WaterfallMartinelli Vineyards Patio and Waterfall
TNZ Tile and DesignTNZ Tile and Design
Idee per un ampio giardino formale tropicale esposto in pieno sole in cortile in estate con sassi e rocce, sassi di fiume e recinzione in pietra
Colorful and ContemplativeColorful and Contemplative
Sweet Smiling LandscapesSweet Smiling Landscapes
When I came to this property not only was the landscape a scrappy mess the property also had some very real grading and drainage issues that were jeopardizing the safety of this house. As recent transplants from New Jerseys to Southern California these clients were in awe of all the plants they were seeing in their neighborhood. Living on the water at the Ventura harbor they wanted to be able to take full advantage or the outdoor lifestyle and cool ocean breeze. Being environmentally conscious citizens, these clients were very concerned that their garden was designed with sustainability as a leading factor. As they said in our initial consultation, “Would want or garden be part of the solution not part of the problem.” This property is the last house on the bottom of a gently sloping street. All the water from the neighbor’s houses drain onto this property. When I came into this project the back yard sloped into the house. When it would rain the water would pool up against the house causing water damage. To address the drainage we employed several tactics. Firstly, we had to invert the slope in the back yard so that water would not pool against the house. We created a very minor slope going away from the house so that water drains away but so the patio area feels flat. The back of the back yard had an existing retaining wall made out of shabby looking slump stone. In front of that retaining wall we created a beautiful natural stone retaining wall. This retain wall severs many purposes. One it works as a place to put some of the soil removed from the grading giving this project a smaller carbon foot print (moving soil of a site burns a lot of fossil fuel). The retaining wall also helps obscure the shabby existing retaining wall and allows for planting space above the footing from the existing retaining wall. The soil behind the ne retaining wall is slightly lower than the top of the wall so that when the run on water on from the neighbor’s property flows it is slowed down and absorbed before it has a chance to get near the house. Finally, the wall is at a height designed to serve as overflow seating as these clients intend to have occasional large parties and gatherings. Other efforts made to help keep the house safe and dry are that we used permeable paving. With the hardscape being comprised of flag stone with gravel in-between water has a chance to soak into the ground so it does not flow into spots where it will pool up. The final element to help keep the house dry is the addition of infiltration swales. Infiltration swales are depressions in the landscape that capture rain water. The down spouts on the sides of the houses are connected to pipe that goes under the ground and conveys the water to the swales. In this project it helps move rain water away from the house. In general, these Infiltration swales are a powerful element in creating sustainable landscapes. These swales capture pollutants that accumulate on the roof and in the landscape. Biology in the soil in the swales can break down these pollutants. When run of watered is not captured by soil on a property the dirty water flows into water ways and then the ocean were the biology that breaks down the pollutants is not as prolific. This is particularly important in this project as it drains directly into the harbor. The water that is absorbed in to the swales can replenish aquafers as well as increasing the water available to the plants planted in that area recusing the amount of water that is needed from irrigation. When it came to the planting we went with a California friendly tropical theme. Using lots of succulents and plants with colorful foliage we created vibrant lush landscape that will have year around color. We planted densely (the images in the picture were taken only a month after installation). Taller drought tolerant plants to help regulate the temperature and loss of water from the plants below them. The dense plantings will help keep the garden, the house and even the neighborhood cooler on hot days, will provide spaces for birds to enjoy and will create an illusion of depth in a somewhat narrow space. Today this garden is a space these homeowners can fully enjoy while having the peace of mind that their house is protected from flooding and they are helping the environment.
Naples Reserve Tropical LandscapeNaples Reserve Tropical Landscape
Custom Outdoor CreationsCustom Outdoor Creations
Front yard design in Naples Reserve with modern tropical plants lined with a Mexican beach pebble border. Included larger bromeliads, bird of paradise with multiple blooms, multiple 14' foxtail palms, an agave, red ti, foxtail ferns and mammy crotons. This design is supposed to look full after plants mature.
Naples Reserve Tropical LandscapeNaples Reserve Tropical Landscape
Custom Outdoor CreationsCustom Outdoor Creations
Front yard design in Naples Reserve with modern tropical plants lined with a Mexican beach pebble border. Included larger bromeliads, bird of paradise with multiple blooms, multiple 14' foxtail palms, an agave, red ti, foxtail ferns and mammy crotons. This design is supposed to look full after plants mature.

Giardini tropicali con sassi e rocce - Foto e idee

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