Residence Rain Trees (II) Landscape Architecture | Wison Tungthunya & W Workspace

Residence Rain Trees (II) Landscape Architecture

Residence Rain Trees (II) Landscape Architecture | Wison Tungthunya & W Workspace

Betulaceae / Birch family, Betula papyrifera / Paper Birch, Form: Tree, Exposure: Full to part-sun, Hardiness: Zone

Baranee Residence by Mana Pattanakarn

Water Feature, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Designs, Planting, Contemporary Furniture, Urban Design, Scenery, Projects, Yard Design

.

A Lush Garden on the Rocks - Create planting pockets between crevices that work in tandem with nature. A simple way to increase soil depth is to create raised beds with layered, flat stones.

Urban Garden

Landscape textures and tones with ivy, Japanese forest grass, boxwood and multi-stemmed trees- perhaps Crape Myrtles?

Garden Stairs by Sonja Scheuer, via Flickr

The muted palette of the stone treads provide just the right contrast to the rich tones within the garden

I’m very excited to once again be opening Stonefields, my private country garden, to raise funds for the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden…

I’m very excited to once again be opening Stonefields, my private country garden, to raise funds for the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden…

Pinterest
Search

Unlimited free access to the world's best ideas

Sign up to see more

OR

By continuing, you agree to Pinterest's Terms of Service, Privacy Policy
Pinterest helps you find ideas to try.