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Landscaping (53 entries)

  
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  • Experience the seasonal beauty of an artist's garden in Newfoundland springtime butterflies, summer blossoms, autumn leaves and winter birds. Enjoy br owsing through the field notes and links. And of course, don't miss the virtual garden tour!   [Google cache]
  • LandscapeWeb is dedicated to landscape associations, landscape design software, landscape professionals, for the benefit of the landscape industry and consumers in need of information.   [Google cache]
  • Here's a specialty item for you chess fans! Are you in need of large outdoor chess pieces for a design or to accent your checkerboard patio? If so, then this is the place to look!   [Google cache]
  • Would you like a garden that glows in the light of the moon? This wonderfully written page describes the design concept and possible plants.   [Google cache]
  • Pavers, pavers, everywhere! This site provides technical specifications, how-to guides, design ideas, and lots more for PaveLoc Industries, Inc.   [Google cache]
  • This Bay Area supplier provides building and landscaping materials including stone, concrete, stucco, bricks, and more.   [Google cache]
  • In the summer of 1995 the Smithsonian Institution created a beautiful tapestry of flora and fauna within four distinct habitats. But the real value of this site isn't found in the description of their garden, but instead within the tips they share with the rest of the Web community. Guidelines for the creation of butterfly gardens, identifying good butterfly plants, suggested plant species, and of course, beautiful pictures are all there for us to use as we study, prepare, and create our gardening masterpieces.   [Google cache]
  • Outdoor lighting that revolutionizes landscaping designs." Interesting in-ground lighting supplies.   [Google cache]
  • There are over 50 articles geared towards the butterfly gardener listed here collected from various extension services, periodicals, and newspapers. Topics range from single species coverage ("Buddleia: Butterfly Bush Extraordinaire") to instructions on creating your own gardens ("Creating a Butterfly Garden"). What a find!   [Google cache]
  • This private page maintained by the castle's gardener includes landscape plans, a list of species grown there, and a bit of history up through the castle's 1960 restoration.   [Google cache]
  • Have a house on a river that you'd like to add a waterwheel to? What about a rustic shed that needs that added touch? Here you'll find plans (for a fee) that detail the parts and the water circulation/sluice system.   [Google cache]



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