Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Landscape Designs 2013 - Maine - Part I of II


Spring should be ending for me later during this week.
YEAH!!!
I hope you enjoy
Landscape Designs 2013 - Maine - Part I of II


Vertical plantings are great 
on a big boring wall on the exterior of you home.


I would eat in this restaurant just for the stunning landscaping!
Right?


Outdoor fire pit anyone???


You can plot a stone patio anywhere and add so much
to your outdoor living.


A log low pathway-bridge over a small stream.


Earthy.
I love this pathway.
And You?


Wild Maine.


The is no shortage of stone, slate, and granite 
in Maine to utilize in all your home designs.






I dream of this lawn.
How unbelievable simple & elegant!!!

More stoned pathways.


Love the moss in between the stones.



So Maine!




And this suits me just fine as well.
Love it.

What do you think of some of the ideas?
You Likie?

SOURCES;
http://charleshugo.com/

http://www.gnomeldm.com/

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8 comments:

  1. So there's plenty of rain, plenty of moisture, I take it, to grow such luscious plantings? Love the moss edged stone pavers....truly beautiful. Thank you for this little deskchair travel journey! Love all the gardens - how could one not? xx

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  2. These are soooo beautiful Renee...I want to go visit you. I have never been to Maine, rich, lush, gorgeous!
    xoxo

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  3. Renee I love the stone patios and terraces.
    They are so beautiful even with minimal landscape design!
    Missing you!
    Call when you have time...
    913-638-5171

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  4. That winding staircase looks like a house in Bar Harbor.
    The Granite doesn't shift like bricks, we get frost heaves
    and the bricks get buckled. Great Post Darlin.
    Snow may be here Friday..

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  5. Loved all the stone walls, Maine gardens, paths, fire pits...the pleasures of summers in Maine. Will certainly let you know when i will be coming up to Maine...meeting you and your mother will be such a treat!

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  6. i likey! this landscape designer pinched many of the images. lucky you, all the stone you want! illinois being fertile ground pays dearly to ship in stone
    xx
    debra

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  7. Love this tour Renee... every image is gorgeous... xv

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  8. Me likie!!!!!!! No wonder people love that part of the country so much.......... You got a great assembly of thinge there cookie!!!!!!!
    Maryanne xo

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