Links, links, links . . . a few things I have run across the past week or so that may be of interest to someone in the field of landscape […]
Using a strain of rice called Kodaimai the farmers in the town of Inakadate in the prefecture of Aomori create some fascinating works of art. I would call it the […]
Lots of ways to build retaining walls for raised beds-I think this is a good one: [Briarhill wall, concrete pavers, 6 months in the ground.] I designed and built this […]
We move on through the front gate to get you to the walkway and seating area located by the front door. This small raised section for a small table was […]
The 2 renderings below are part of the continuing series. This is a series of post to bring you along through the process of doing a design for this residence. […]
[One of “a lot” of random piles of old curbstone.] Couple of weeks ago I went off to look at a small pile of curbstone. We had hoped to find […]
This is so ridiculous a statement I don’t know whether to be mad or cry, or have a stiff drink-I think I’ll have a stiff drink: Landscape professionals rely on […]
[the ”before picture”] [What it could look like-2 walls, and paved] More about this in the next post-deadlines to meet . . .
This is the 1st of several drawings on this very complicated piece of property. I am going to go through the series of drawings and rehash conversations with the homeowner. […]
[Mr. Simmons working in his blacksmith shop] “I always look at nature; that will never change. Even up until the day they come with the shovel, I try to branch […]
[Ohio Memorial Shrine; Loundonville, Ohio] [Detail of work in framing window-awesome stuff] [Pachysandra does work in the right application-it’s perfect here.] The rest of the pics at full sizes are […]
This is a request from Blackswamp Girl(love the name) who wanted to see my garden, after a April fool’s Day post on this Blog. [Just a little something. ]
and good riddance Time-Warner Cable.