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Web sites for landscaping/shrubbery/plants?

Hi All! My husband and I recently bought a house and have been working on remodeling the inside (kitchen, bathrooms etc). When the weather gets warmer we're hoping to be able to get outside and re-do the landscaping. Currently there are large (and overgrown) bushes on either side of our stairs that are an eye sore and need to be replaced. I was wondering if anyone knows any good web sites that show landscape design ideas, pictures of different types of shrubbery or plants and ideas for mulch or edging stones. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!


  1. Your local garden centre will have suggestions because they stand to do the business when you buy the plants. I'd check them out. Good Growing.
  2. * Gardeners & Landscaperswww.ApprovedTradesmen.com - Qualified & Approved In Your Area Fast Response, Rated By You. * Looking for Landscaping?www.theconstructioncentre.co.uk - The construction centre lists all major Landscaping companies and... WEB RESULTS 1. 1. Landscaping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This represents just a portion of landscaping features. ... human activity to be considered landscaping, it must be directed toward ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landscaping - 17k - Cached 2. 2.
  3. OK this site is more about selling plants http://www.spaldingbulb.co.uk/ but there are some designs and measurements etc .e.g http://www.spaldingbulb.co.uk/Catalog/Productdetail.aspx?num=100&N=905071&Ns=p_Common_Name&productid=12403&start=1&R=12403-042 have a look it may give you some inspiration and its a great place to purchase your plants. good luck!
  4. Hi: I am a landscaper and designer. I also have a website landscape solutions for you. I will link you to the site map of the website. This page has everything that is on the website. There are tips, hand drawn designs as well as many different topics. I will also link you to the plan - prep -plant page as this method is a great way to go about doing your outside landscape. I wll also link you to the gallery of plants section. This section has a variety of different trees, shrubs, flowers and herbs. If you live in a sub tropical or tropical location, check out the tropic section. I hope my website will be able to give you some information you are looking for. Good luck to you and have a great day! Kimberly http://www.landscape-solutions-for-you.com/Site.html http://www.landscape-solutions-for-you.com/plan.html http://www.landscape-solutions-for-you.com/Gallery.html
  5. Landscaping design: http://justgardeners.com/hrsc/articles/art_landscape-design.html Just Gardeners contains a gallery of forum users's own garden pictures such as this one which features Azaleas, Rhododendrons & a Magnolia: http://justgardeners.com/hrsc/ourgardens/ourgarden_pages/ourgardens_cornus.html Lilac with spring flowers: http://justgardeners.com/hrsc/ourgardens/ourgarden_pages/ourgardens_gardengirl.html Hardy Roses, Helleborus, & Tree Peonies: http://justgardeners.com/hrsc/ourgardens/ourgarden_pages/ourgardens_gdngfool.html Landscaping Plans from HGTV: http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_landscaping_design/ Here's a free interactive landscaping website from Better Homes & Gardens. http://www.bhg.com/bhg/story.jsp?storyid=/templatedata/bhg/story/data/planagardenhome_03022002.xml Garden Plans (click on a plan under features): http://www.bhg.com/bhg/category.jsp?categoryid=/templatedata/bhg/category/data/gardenplans.xml&ordersrc=google4garden_plans&cobrandId=ww5&s_kwcid=ContentNetwork|699492622 Nice Japanese Maples: http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/rm_home_ext_before_after/article/0,1797,HGTV_3731_5617844_03,00.html http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/rm_home_ext_before_after/article/0,1797,HGTV_3731_5617844_05,00.html Edging Ideas: http://www.bhg.com/app/sharemy/photoDetails.jsp?photoId=48500001&fromSearch=true Links to "Do it yourself " resources for Landscaping, gardening, trees & shrubs: http://www.hometime.com/projects/landgrdn.htm http://www.hometime.com/Howto/projects/landgardn/land_1.htm A video about low maintenance perennials: http://video.yahoo.com/watch/946018 Perennial garden that takes care of itself: http://www.backyardgardener.com/pren/pren2.html Easy-care perennial rock garden, plus links to kitchen gardens, wildflower gardens,etc: http://www.bbg.org/gar2/topics/design/2006sp_rockgarden.html Hardscaping: http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gardening/ http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/pac_ctnt_988/text/0,,HGTV_22056_60415,00.html More hardscaping: http://www.taunton.com/finegardening/pages/g00201.asp BBC Gardening- Virtual Design http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/design/virtualgarden_index.shtml DIY Planner http://www.curbly.com/DIY-Maven/posts/1496-FREE-On-Line-Garden-Planner Meditation Garden http://www.cacradicalgrace.org/resources/garden_plan.html Country Gardens http://www.cg-designs.net/design-process.htm http://www.arcadiagardendesign.biz/garden_design_case_studies.htm Garden design winners http://landliving.com/articles/0000000139.aspx Small Landscaping Plans http://www.addis-gardendesign.co.uk/gallery.htm These sites has suggestions for landscaping & choosing shrubs: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/chatham/ag/homehort/homeorn.html http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/CoopExt/4DMG/Trees/Shrubs/smshrubs.htm This video shows how evergreens combine with shrubs & perennials;Shredded bark used as mulch: http://hcs.osu.edu/plantfacts/movies/largeWMF.lasso?-Search=Action&-Table=input&-Database=movieindex&-KeyValue=871 Use of hardscaping to compliment plant foliage & texture: http://hcs.osu.edu/plantfacts/movies/largeWMF.lasso?-Search=Action&-Table=input&-Database=movieindex&-KeyValue=611 Good luck! Hope this helps.