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Make Your Garden Looks Amazing by Constructing Fish Ponds Design

Fish ponds are a great way for beautifying your garden and adding a hint of tranquility to your yard. The graceful movements of fish in water have immense therapeutic effect on our mind. A minute spend at watching fish swim in aquarium or pond is sai...
by Home Design Ideas on Aug 4, 2016

Best Time For Planting Wildflower Seeds

Contrary to the common belief, planting wildflower seeds is one of the simplest gardening projects that you can accomplish with minimal effort. Wildflower blooms look breathtakingly beautiful and make great addition to any landscape design. They are...
by Home Design Ideas on Aug 1, 2016

2016 APLD Awards - III

photos: Matthew Cunningham - click to enlarge Landscape architect Matthew Cunningham (Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC) won a gold award this year from APLD for this urban property just outside Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA. The home is site...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 27, 2016

Tranquil backyard paradise: Potomac Waterworks

I thought I would continue my coverage of the Garden Conservancy’s Spring 2016 East Bay Open Day, which I attended with fellow garden blogger Kathy Stoner of GardenBook. Not quite able to remember what day it had been, I started to look for my phot...
by Bamboo and More on Jul 9, 2016

Innovative Playground Design

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by Model Rambut Terbaru on Jun 29, 2016

Vegetable Garden Design

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by Model Rambut Terbaru on Jun 9, 2016

Landscape Trees Perfect Design

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by Model Rambut Terbaru on Jun 8, 2016

Front Yard Design Plain Ideas

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by Model Rambut Terbaru on Jun 2, 2016

Sizzling succulent garden in Morro Bay

Today is Memorial Day. and as is often the case here in the Sacramento Valley, it’s hot. The forecast calls for 98°F this afternoon. But that’s just the beginning: 107°F by Friday! That’s 42°C for you metric folks. The garden I’m showing...
by Bamboo and More on May 30, 2016

Memorial Day Rose

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY And what better way to celebrate than with a Memorial Day Rose? This orchid pink hybrid tea was an All-America Rose Selections winner in 2004. One bloom is said to be enough to fill an entire room with its strong damask scent. It's...
by Garden Design Online on May 29, 2016

Easter Rose -- Happy Easter

Easter Basket Rose (Rosa 'Meipoten') A lovely rose for Easter ... Easter Basket from Star Roses. This floribunda was hybridized by Meilland in 2007, and it's a continuous bloomer. The semi-double ruffled flowers are yellow, edged with pink, giving th...
by Garden Design Online on Mar 25, 2016

5 Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas for a Modern Low-Water Garden

OK, so California isn’t the only state going through a water shortage. At least 30 states in the U.S. currently have some level of drought, ranging from “abnormally dry” conditions in Florida and Massachusetts to the “excep...
by khairuddinuad on Mar 13, 2016

Christmas Books III - 2015

And here are my favorite titles from earlier this year -- any of them would make great presents. In no particular order. Planting in a Post-Wild World: Designing Plant Communities for Resilient Landscapes (Timber Press, 2015). The ultimate guide to s...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 11, 2015

Christmas Books I - 2015

If you're wondering what the latest trends are in landscape design, then you'll want to pick up this new book by Richard Hartlage and Sandy Fischer of Land Morphology in Seattle. In The Authentic Garden: Naturalistic and Contemporary Landscape Design...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 6, 2015

Creating the Beautiful Backyard Landscaping with Your Own Creative Ideas

Backyard landscaping is not just positioning plants in your backyard. While your front yard landscaping is generally going to be about other people and what they see, your backyard landscaping is all about you. Backyard landscapes are one of the most...
by Interior Decor Tips on Nov 24, 2015

Growing Beautiful Wildflower Seeds That Will Definitely Turn Your Flower Garden into a Show Stopper

Incorporate vibrant colored wildflower seeds give a unique touch to your landscape. Wildflower blooms look breathtakingly beautiful and make a great addition to any landscape design. They are excellent for beautifying larger areas, but you can surely...
by Home Design Ideas on Nov 18, 2015

Books: Two Terrific Titles from Timber Press

Designers: Two books you really can't do without -- and two that would make a fabulous holiday gift for any designer or sophisticated gardener on your list. Landscape architect Thomas Rainer is well-known to most of us through his very thoughtful, po...
by Garden Design Online on Nov 15, 2015

Love it or leave it: front yard steel dividers

In the wake of California’s epic drought, more and more homeowners are replacing their thirsty front lawns with less wasteful alternatives. Most projects entail the removal of all turf. But just because that’s common sense doesn’t mean everybod...
by Bamboo and More on Oct 16, 2015

Oehme van Sweden Exhibition

photos courtesy National Building Museum It's the 25th anniversary of Bold Romantic Gardens: The New World Landscape of Oehme and Van Sweden by the late landscape architects Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden -- the book that defined their New Ameri...
by Garden Design Online on Oct 14, 2015

Books: Saving the Best of America's Gardens

Some of America's most iconic gardens have been nearly lost due to neglect, creeping development, and lack of funds to maintain them. But many have been saved by dedicated local preservationists, The Garden Conservancy, The Garden Club of America, an...
by Garden Design Online on Aug 30, 2015


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