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  • Krystal Ostrom

    Ornamental Grass Landscapes Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor - page 15

  • Barbara Sullivan

    Saratoga Estate - contemporary - Landscape - San Francisco - Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group

  • Ingasia08

    contemporary landscape by Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group

  • Christina

    Contemporary Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 5

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    Outdoor Photos Design

  • Sue Mings

    The soft no-mow grass is creeping red fescue (Festuca rubra), and the trees were transplanted from an old olive grove. The oversize urn looks like it could have been discarded there by a giant.Contemporary Landscape by Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group

  • Teresa Hice

    Make a bold statement. This gigantic urn sculpture is an apt choice for an olive grove, as large urns were traditionally used to store olive oil in places like Italy and Turkey. However, I think of this as an urn-inspired sculpture because I doubt even a large number of gladiators led by Russell Crowe could carry this thing around full of olive oil without creating an oily mess. Contemporary landscape by Kikuchi & Associates

  • Lepeka

    Grasses are a perfect choice for planting landscape rivers. Choose grasses that dont grow straight up, such as a Red Fescue or Festuca rubra, seen here. These grasses wave in the wind, almost looking like water as you walk through the path. // Great Gardens Ideas //

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The classic river of plants consists of one variety and hue for a bold statement. This planting gains structure from well-placed evergreens and a clump of Russian sage, echoing the natural look of stones and boulders in a creek. Landscape by Van De Voorde Elemental Design Group

very old European Olive trees, or Olea Europaea underplanted w/ Red Fescue or "Festuca rubra" a grass that does not need to be mowed & takes less foot traffic than a lawn grass (could also use eco grass for similar effect) -- Saratoga Estate -- San Francisco - Kikuchi & Associates

really like the long grass

*http://www.flickr.com/photos/10464608@N06/3986419636/

A meadow like this, especially as an alternative to a traditional lawn, is a great bang-for-the-buck sustainable landscaping strategy. It produces dramatic improvements in both indoor and outdoor air quality. By reducing the need for energy and water, it can save a family as much as 2,500 per 1,000 square feet each year

Blue Oat Grass How to use it. This particular grass is a delight when massed, used in a container or used as an accent plant. The soft, fine evergreen foliage also creates a soft and soothing foundation for companion flowers.

Landscape Driveways Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas

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A regular pattern carries all the way through this garden scheme with the use of differing heights, materials and textures, all with basic 90-degree geometric shapes.

SBG thinks cans are cute but the little stencils on the step riser are darling. Renters...take a peek. I *knew* Pinterest would give me upcycling ideas for the 20 coffee cans on the top of my fridge that I can't throw away! (Yes, it was 50 cans-gave 30 to church for arts and crafts :) coffee can garden; Rosping

More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info - contemporary - landscape - seattle - Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla