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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by JimLewis, Aug 31, 2008.
A pathway and a sports court (unfinished).
Wanna See some Before/After Shots????
What? You want more Before/After photos? You people are sick! You have an insatiable appetite for photos. FINE! Good thing I have more.........
One last photo.
Don't fault me on the back lawn. It's only 7 days after we seeded it in those photos. I know it doesn't look very thick and full yet.
Anyway, that's all the photos. Go ahead and flame away.....
Looks GREAT. Excellent job.... what's a ballpark # on a job that big?
How long did that take you? and how many guys on the crew? ... it looks incredible!!! Did you design it? How did you buy the boulders? by the pallet or dump truck load?
Excellent use of color and style throughout the whole project. First thing that drew my eye was the use of plant colors and sticking to a violet-purple-pink scheme.
I like the pavers, did you decide to use an irregular edge on the patios??? just curious, 9 times out of ten you see hardscapers cut curves in the edges.
Also, what kind of paver did you use??? Just curious to know for personal knowledge.
How much did the project come out to??? Looks like a pretty penny.
Design, plantings and patio all look great (as usual). The only thing I don't care for are the irregular edges on the patio and the lack of a solider course (on both the patio and path to the sport court).