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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Fianolawn, Jun 3, 2007.
This is one of the first projects of the season for our company.
here arew some more pictures
Looks good but maybe you'd be better off splitting the ends off the caps and the wall to the left, just my opinion but I'd like it better if it went to the pillar like the one on the right.
WOW !!! I think it all looks great nice job and you said it was one of your first??? Sweet
I think the design / layout looks great!
Did you design it, or did you have an architect design it?
the angles of the photography make it hard to see the craftsmanship of the work, but the wall caps do appear to be a little choppy.
Looks great. I guess the owner doesn't like to mow.
That looks very very nice. Good work, nice and neat.
You did make some mistakes in balancing out the left and right sides if that is your design. If not then the landscape architect did.
Would you like me to critique this job for you?
I dunno. Mother nature doesn't do things symetricaly. I like the random-ness.
The hardscape design looks great.
But - this is what I HATE about lawn jockeys turned landscapers:
The job has planting beds galore. And I don't see any perennials? I would fill all those voids and empty pockets with perennials.
A scaper that knows how to use perennials is A-OK in my book
I changed my mind, having seen the left side wall from the left side I like it. I still like slit ended caps tough, All in all work to be proud of.