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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by ACA L&L, Dec 27, 2007.
here is pic, i think
and a few more
this wall came out nice
and u guessed it a few more
Nice pictures. Great Work. That little bobcat in the first few pictures is a nice machine for backyards!
and the few of the finished product
this took me and another guy about 5 weekends. sat/sun
1. grade out remove five trees. ////weekend 1
2. run sprinkler line from front yard to back, lay pipes. ////weekend two
3. wall and concrete. one very long weekend. ////wekend three
4.lay all rock////weekend five.
5. lay sod drink beer weekend six
almost. 10 days. not bad in my opinion.
the pot is a water feature, plants will be planted in the spring. 100% irrigated.
any feedback is welcom good and bad. just keep in mind that my wife designd the layout for our kids to play on all 4 of em!!
looks good, i take it that is your house?
Yes, we had a budget of 2 grand when we started, ended up spending about 6 when it was all said and done. I just couldnt stand looking at my backyard anymore. We moved into this house last december so i finally got around to it in june or july. Its nice clean and simple. Plants will be installed in the spring. This was all done on my days off..............from my other duties as a landscaper/mait.
The budget was never really set in stone i knew it was gonna be more but i just kept it to myself! There was no way she was gonna let the yard sit with no grass/rock etc, she did however stop me before i bought and planted 1500.oo dollars worth of plants.
i like how the loader got bigger... probably goo you stopped when you did, might have some mining equip in there if you hadn't