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Sick of sycamores

Autumn is most noted for foliage that turns to marvelous reds and yellows before falling to carpet the ground. In this garden at the forest’s edge, perennials and small shrubs (as well as garden tools) can be lost forever (or just for months) if deep piles of leaves are left for long. 356 more words

My Garden

Why Green Roof?

Green Roof’s do more than just add a nice atmosphere to the roof of a building. It helps preserve the waterproof membrane of the roof by diverting storm water. 330 more words


Methods to Select Water Function in your Backyard

Your property will grow to be a greater place to reside in in case you are close to nature. You are able to do that by having a great panorama on your house. 910 more words

Five Things That You Should Know Before Venturing Into Your Landscaping Project

An experienced landscape designer can convert any dull and dreary space that deserves no second look into an amazing feature filled space and that is what makes many homeowners flock to such experienced landscape designers to add beauty to their homes. 450 more words


Selecting what appeals from the work of Andreescu & Gaivoronschi Associated Architects, Romania. A link to their site is under Blogroll.

The house with coloured lights, South of Timisoara, Romania /

Incuboxx, The Business Incubator, Timisoara, Romania /

(Re)rehabilitation of the Badea Cartan Market,  Timisoara, Romania / 13 more words


Grass, Glass and Plaster

Another year of change is starting to draw to a close here at Stone House, and the end of landscaping is at last in sight. Whilst a few small jobs remain, the final large pieces of the jigsaw have been completed in fits and starts over the past eight months. 1,036 more words


P-p-p-patio P-p-p-pavers

The patio pavers are moving right along.  We really like how this is turning out.

The herringbone pattern is the same as what is just outside the back door, so everything looks like it belongs.  54 more words