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Where do you look for ideas....

Posted by trigrl09 none (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 12, 12 at 14:46

Could you please share some of favorite resources for inspiration books,blogs, websites.

I am looking for ideas for my suburban home. I like very traditional design boxwood, hydrangea etc...

Thanks for your help


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RE: Where do you look for ideas....

You could post a photo here to get comments on possible directions you could go with your yard.


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RE: Where do you look for ideas....

I suggest the website houzz.com
You can narrow your search by clicking on landscape and then traditional.

Sunset magazine , Garden Design magazine and Fine Gardening all have websites and blogs that have both professional quality design work and gardens installed and designed by passionate home owners.

There is also the professional design associations such as ASLA and the APLD websites that have links to designers websites.


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