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200+ beautiful landscape design ideas! garden paths, arches, bridges, dry stream! 00:00 ► paths for the garden 03:44 ► pebbles in landscape design 07:33 ► garden arches made of wood, stone 14:49 ► garden decorative bridges 20:46 ► dry stream for garden and backyard Landscaping transforms any garden plot into a cozy and unique world. However, when working, it is not enough to be guided by flair and intuition. In order for the result to please you and amaze your neighbors, we recommend taking into account the basic principles on which the landscape design of the suburban area is based: - Integrity. Provides for the presence of several identical elements in different parts of the suburban suburban area. They can be decorative or natural. In order to see the picture as a whole more clearly, a plan is drawn up, in which the theme of the composition is determined. It makes it easier to place landscape design elements in unity and harmony. - Simplicity. A pile of elements or the creation of complex structures takes a person away from nature. It is the natural tone of the suburban area that is attractive. The variegation of color also tires the eye, it is better to dwell on two or three colors and play on their shades. - The principle of balance, symmetrical and asymmetrical. In symmetrical balance, the same elements are mirrored in relation to a visually defined point. The asymmetrical balance allows shape and color in their variety, but with harmony in their application. - Plants must match. - The smoothness of the transition plays a huge role: from low in the foreground to high in the background. This creates the effect of the depth of the landscape. This video is educational in nature! Author of the channel "100 Ideas!" demonstrates Landscape design and explains their merits. We've made significant changes to our content with the "Movavi Video Suite 18" video editor. Edited multiple videos in a specific order to unleash the creator's creativity, and overlaid a recorded audio track with instructions and free music on YouTube. #garden #path #backyard
Dry Landscape Garden seen from Yugen Yugen is one of the fundamental values of beauty in Japanese art. Yugen is a beauty that can be perceived by unifying different complex phenomena into one. From this definition of Yugen, Yugen body cannot be expressed with only one. By anticipating the complexity of these multiple Yugen bodies and unifying them, Yugen beauty is created. For example, in the Dry Landscape garden at Ryuan-ji Temple, the white sand represents the seascape, and the 15 stones represent islands in the sea, creating a unified landscape. The Dry Landscape Garden of Ryoan-ji Temple also expresses Yugen beauty through the unification of this complexity. From 1200 years to 1500 years, the rise of Yugen beauty brought style change of the dry landscape garden. The dry landscape garden changed part of the pond garden into an independent garden expressing nature.
(27 May 2009) SHOTLIST Ryoanji Temple, Kyoto -13 April 2009 1. Ike Niwa (the Lake Garden) at Ryoanji Temple 2. Pull focus on Plum Blossom 3. Bird in maple tree 4. Camellia flower on mossy ground Ryogen Inn Temple, Kyoto -12 April 2009 5. Various of Isshidan karesansui (dry landscape garden or dry garden) at Ryogen-Inn Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto -12 April 2009 6. Set up of Professor Naka Takahiro 7. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Professor Naka Takahiro, Japanese Garden Research Centre, Kyoto University of Art and Design: "The term 'karesansui' first appeared in a book written around 900 years ago." Ryogen Inn Temple, Kyoto -12 April 2009 8. Section of Isshidan karesansui garden in Ryogen Inn Temple Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto -12 April 2009 9. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Professor Naka Takahiro, Japanese Garden Research Centre, Kyoto University of Art and Design: "At first the term was used to refer to making gardens without using rivers or other water sources. As time passed the term changed meaning and came to refer to a specific kind of garden that depicted natural landscapes without using water. This is what the term 'karesansui' has come to mean." Ryogen Inn Temple, Kyoto -12 April 2009 10. Isshidan karesansui garden within Ryogen Inn Temple 11. Pan of Ryugintei (Shining Dragon Garden) at Ryogen Inn 12. Stones depicting Mt. Sumeru, the axis of the universe in Buddhist cosmology Ryoanji Temple, Kyoto -13 April 2009 13. Pan of a section of Japan's most celebrated karesansui garden at Ryoan-ji Temple Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto -12 April 2009 14. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Professor Naka Takahiro, Japanese Garden Research Centre, Kyoto University of Art and Design: "Karesansui or dry landscape gardens are often referred to as "Zen Gardens." However, the fact is that the karesansui style of garden actually predates the establishment of Zen Buddhism in Japan. When gardens were built in Zen temples however, Zen adopted the karesansui style and it might be said that Zen took karesansui gardens to another level." Ryoan-ji Temple, Kyoto -13 April 2009 15. Rectangular karesansui garden connected to the Abbot's quarters in Ryoan-ji Temple Ryogen Inn Temple Kyoto -12 April 2009 16. Wide of Totekiko a small karesansui garden within Ryogen Inn Temple Honen-Inn Temple, Kyoto -17 April 2009 17. Various of novice monk reconstructing one of two sand mounds at entrance to Honen-Inn Temple Honen-Inn Temple, Kyoto - 15 April 2009 18. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Kajita Shinsho, Abbot of Honen-Inn Temple: "When you enter Honen-Inn through the Sanmon Gate, there are two mounds of sand on either side of the path. They are known as Byakusadan." Honen-Inn Temple, Kyoto -17 April 2009 19. Various of monk raking patterns symbolising water onto sand mound 20. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Kajita Shinsho, Abbot of Honen-Inn Temple: "We usually remake the sand mounds once every four or five days. If it rains heavily and they become spoiled there are times when we remake the mounds every two or three days. On the other hand, during the winter, when the mounds seldom get spoiled, there are times when we don't remake the mounds for a week or ten days." Honen-Inn Temple, Kyoto -17 April 2009 21. Various of monk remaking sand mounds Honen-Inn Temple, Kyoto -15 April 2009 22. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Kajita Shinsho, Abbot of Honen-Inn Temple: "The patterns are drawn by monks who are undergoing training at Honen Inn Temple. In the past I used to do the drawings but I don't do them anymore." 24. Bridge in Pure Land garden LEAD IN: Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
After 7 years in our home, we finally finished our front yard landscaping. I went for a mínimal Xeriscape type design using a variety of native or drought tolerant plants. Plant list: Magnolia Little Gem trees Jacaranda trees Mexican Fence Post Cactus Artichoke agave Blue Flame Agave Coastal Rosemary New Zealand Flax Red Cordyline Salvia variety (exact name unknown) Native grass (exact name unknown) hesperaloe parviflora Groundcover - Decomposed granite in Palm Springs gold Mexican Beach Pebble // Connect 🖼️ Print Shop 🤍 📸 Instagram 🤍 📒 Blog 🤍 // Affiliate Disclaimer I may earn a small commission for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial, and/or link to any products or services linked above. Your purchase helps support my work without any additional cost to you. // Music by Epidemic Sound
Making a 枯山水 Japanese style Karesansui Dry-Landscape Zen Rock Garden, Before & After [April 2019, 4K ASMR] Featured in this video: Making / Building a Japanese-style Karesansui Dry Landscape Zen Rock Garden (April, 2019) Before & After How to make / create / build a Japanese zen rock garden DiY Japanese Karesansui, dry landscape, 枯山水 DiY Japanese Ginshanada (lit. trans.: silver-sand open-sea) raked-gravel area Samon, raked gravel waves in a zen rock-garden Japanese Zen Garden Black Mexican Beach Pebbles (1-2” size used; though, 1/2-1” would work very nicely too. And, 2-3” is much too big (2-3” size can literally measure up to 6” big)). Ginshanada gravel size used was 3/8” (1/4” would work too… but make sure it’s without fines and not “-1/4“ nor “minus 1/4” though… “minus” means fine rock/dust/sand-size is included in the gravel). For the ginshanada, choose something easy on the eyes, mild (creams or silvers), earthy, natural, speckled/mottled in appearance (to match the mottled shadows of foliage of surrounding plants). Pure “white/ice rock” gravel is much too bright and blinding - a common mistake when Westerners try to make a Japanese karesansui or zen garden. Decorative landscaping/landscape rock/rocks Ume, Japanese flowering apricot, Japanese plum blossom & Imoto Fuyu Persimmon update (from Trees of Antiquity) Lots of Japanese zen garden dry rock landscape and bonsai/niwaki ASMR action! If this video had some value to you and you’d like to help me continue to make more great content, please throw a few bucks in the Tip jar. Click here: 🤍 Or, you can support the channel via eBay shopping. Affiliate link to eBay homepage here: 🤍 Camera used for this video (affiliate links): Sony A7III: 🤍 Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Lens: 🤍 Samyang / Rokinon 24mm f/2.8 Sony E Pancake Lens: 🤍 🤍 Zhiyun Crane V2 Gimbal Camera Stabilizer: 🤍 Zomei Z-669C/Z-699C Carbon Fiber Tripod : 🤍 🤍 🤍
Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada heads to Phoenix to recreate the desert in a homeowner’s front yard. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: 🤍 Time: 1 day Cost: $2,000 and Up Skill Level: Moderate Tools List for Creating a Desert Landscape: Shovel Wheelbarrow Hand truck Level Compacter Shopping List: Soil Boulders Variety of desert plants Cardboard _” stone Modular pavers Steps: 1. Dig out the outline of a walkway about 3’ wide and 3-4” deep. Give the outline a slight curve to add visual interest to the walkway. 2. To mimic the hills of the desert, shovel piles of soil onto the landscape into seemingly random mounds. 3. Determine a few locations to place boulders in the landscape. Dig holes in those locations about 4” deep and roughly the width of the boulder being placed. 4. Carefully load each boulder onto a hand truck, wheel it into position, and roll the boulder into its final place. Backfill around the hole to make it look like it really belongs there. 5. Stage the variety of desert plants across the landscape. Things aren’t really clumped together in the desert, so keep the plants spread out. Be mindful of when plants bloom, if ever, to have an even spread of color across the landscape. 6. Once each plant is in its desired position, plant them all with the shovel. Dig down just about as deep as the root ball and twice as wide. 7. To plant cacti, wrap a piece of cardboard around the needles and move the cactus only by holding onto the cardboard. 8. Give everything a good watering. 9. Put down a layer of _” stone on the outlined walkway and level it. 10. Compact the walkway with a compacter. 11. Lay down the pavers over the walkway base in a running bond pattern. Resources: In any landscape design, Jenn recommends looking for natural cues in the surrounding area to recreate in a controlled way in your yard. In this case, she identified an abundance of small stones coating the ground, plants spread far apart from each other, and undulating hills. Those cues informed the design in the homeowner’s front yard. Jenn installed boulders, red yucca, lantana, bougainvillea, a few variety of cacti, and a Chilean mesquite tree. These can be found at nurseries, particularly in the Southwest region of the US and in zones 9 and 10. Expert assistance for this segment was provided by Rod Pappas and Xeriscapes Unlimited, Inc. (🤍), A-1 Materials Phoenix (🤍), All Season Nursery (🤍), and Horizon Irrigation (🤍). About Ask This Old House TV: Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 For more on This Old House and Ask This Old House, visit us at: 🤍 How to Create a Desert Landscape | Ask This Old House 🤍
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Want to install a new stone border around your landscape bed or garden beds? Watch this video for some great tips and tricks! ~ When it comes to laying natural stone, there are many WRONG ways to do it. So save yourself some hassle by hearing the advice I have based off of years of landscaping and gardening. ~ I hope it is a blessing! ~ Benj aka Gardenguy
399+ garden and backyard landscape design ideas! 00:00 ⚠️ Landscape design of garden plots using stones 13:08 ⚠️ Landscape design using natural materials 18:46 ⚠️ Landscaping in front of the house 23:33 ⚠️ Colored decorative stones in landscape design! 26:48 ⚠️ Ideas for landscaping recreation areas in the garden This video is educational in nature! Author of the channel "100 Ideas!" demonstrates garden and backyard landscape design ideas and explains their merits. We made significant changes to our content using Movavi Video Suite 18 video editor, we edited several ideas (image) in a specific order to reveal the video creator's creative intent, and added audio track with our instructions and free music YouTube. #garden #backyard #landscapedesign
We finally finished our dry landscape project this month. We replaced our lawn with landscape gravels to conserve water. We planted several variety of drought tolerant plantsred yucca, salvia, lavenders, pygmy palms, cactus. We will plant another passion fruit vine to create a green fence between our neighbor. Later we will add more dwarf fruit trees.
START to FINISH-Timelapse transformation. New backyard, retaining walls, regrading the yard, Building a drainage swale, and installing a dry creek bed.
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Create a needlefelted landscape using wool tops and a commercial felt base. Then add freehand machine stitch and hand embroidered details. Linda's using Madeira threads, Cotona in the machine and Lana for the hand stitch. Find more video workshops like this one on a wide range of creative subjects at designmatterstv.com DesignMatters Art & Craft School. We cover a wide range of subjects from art quilting, embroidery, dyeing, painting, sketchbook work and lots more. From the essential techniques you need as a beginner to advanced processes, we hope you'll find lots to inspire you. DesignMatters started out as a mother and daughter team of Linda and Laura Kemshall teaching online courses. Over the span of almost 20 years, it has evolved into DesignMatters Art & Craft School offering a huge library of creative workshops and inspirational information to help you develop your own skills as an artist and maker. We’ve recently added a third generation to the team, in 2020 Amelie has joined us to co-host the Creative Kids Classroom. We hope you enjoy these free taster videos. Please visit our website for many more video workshops and other content including our weekly free newsletter. 🤍
Select the best ground covers for blocking out weeds and reducing the need for wood mulch. What plants work well for shade vs sun? What about drought vs wet conditions? Which plants can handle foot traffic? Are there any edible ground covers? Watch to find out! When it comes to keeping weeds at bay, sheet mulching with cardboard and wood mulch is a great way to reclaim an overgrown, weedy bed. But it's only a quick fix and temporary measure. Weed seeds will still blow in and before you know it, new weeds are starting to sprout. That's why competition is so crucial. Don't leave areas bare and vacant. Plant them in with layers of bushes, shrubs and ground covers. Creeping perennials are the lowest on the ladder, literally hugging the ground and crowding out many opportunistic weed seeds. But selecting a ground cover is not a one size fits all decision. On my property I've experimented with over a dozen different kinds. Some have failed to hold up. Others have made the cut. I'm going to show you the ten ground covers that I'm currently growing. Pay attention to where they appear in relation to my property line, buildings, walkways and other plants. Hopefully these options will give you some ideas for designing your own lush plantings! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• TEN Ground Covers on My Lot ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 0:00 - Overview of Site 4:35 - Gravel Walkway 5:52 - 01 ► Creeping Thyme 6:35 - 02 ► Elfin Thyme 6:57 - 03 ► Irish Moss 7:36 - 04 ► Strawberries 8:24 - 05 ► Sedum Stonecrop 9:07 - 06 ► Sweet Woodruff 9:50 - 07 ► Lingonberries 10:05 - 08 ► Kinnikinnick, Bearberry 10:30 - 09 ► Arctic Raspberries, Nagoonberry 10:50 - 10 ► Leptinella, Brass Buttons 11:53 - Additional Tips Read More at Albopepper.com: ► link.albopepper.com/grnd-cvr My Favorite Resource on Ground Covers (non-endorsed): ★★★ 🤍 ★★★ #GroundCovers #NaturalGardening #LowMaintenance #CreepingPerennials #WeedControl #Permaculture #Albopepper ••••••••••••••••••••• SUPPORT: ••••••••••••••••••••• W E B ➝ 🤍 F B ➝ 🤍 I G ➝ 🤍 T E E S ➝ 🤍 •••••••••••••••••••••
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Often times, a water problem on the inside can be fixed from the Great Outdoors. The following is a list of instructions for installing drain tile adjacent to the house’s foundation. The drain tile will allow excess water from gutters and “run-off” to be channeled into drainage pipes. NOTE: The amount of materials may vary depending on the length of the drain tile required. List of Materials Needed - slotted drain tile - weed barrier fabric - weed fabric “anchor pins” - load of gravel - drain tile connectors (“Y” or “T” depending on position of downspout) List of Tools Needed - spade or shovel - all-purpose cutting tool - sharp pair of scissors STEPS FOR INSTALLING A DRAIN TILE STEP 1 Dig a trench along the foundation of the house, corresponding to the problem interior wall. Only make the trench about 6-8 inches deep and 6-8 inches wide. STEP 2 Next, line the trench with weed barrier fabric. Use anchor pins to hold the fabric in place. The fabric will not only keep weeds out of the trench, but prevent the gravel from sinking into the mud. STEP 3 Cut the drain tile to the appropriate length and place it in the trench. Don’t forget to add enough length to connect to the downspout. If you are connecting your drain tile to existing solid (non-slotted) drain tile, attach the pieces using the appropriate connector. STEP 4 Fill the trench with gravel. STEP 5 Connect the drain tile to your downspout, using the appropriate connector. Incoming rainfall will flow through the gravel, enter the tile through the slots, and flow away from the house. MORE FROM YOUR NEW HOUSE Featured videos: 🤍 Great DIY Projects from Your New House: 🤍 Quick Tips - easy tips to make your projects (and life) better: 🤍 Gardening and Landscaping: 🤍 Adventures in Homebuilding - Home info with a smile: 🤍 Choosing and Using Tools with Carmen Ciricillo: 🤍 Factory Tours and Product Testing: 🤍 Al Carrell - The Super Handyman: 🤍 The Great Outdoors with Joe Sherinski: 🤍 Tool tips and tests from Your New House: 🤍 Check This Out! Cool Products for your home: 🤍 Making Your House Safer: 🤍
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Tommy Cowett Shows the process of designing and installing a landscape for a steep slope. This area is very hard to maintain and dangerous to mow. It had become overgrown with weeds and undesirable grasses. He discusses plant selection for seasonal color and interest as well as spread to occupy the entire area to make maintenance much easier. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (🤍
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I made some DIY Fake Rocks to cover utility meters! It is really easy to make fake landscape boulders using plywood, metal mesh, and Quikwall Surface Bonding Cement. Faux rock covers for utilities are usually plastic and look super fake so using plaster is a nice upgrade and cheap! These landscaping rocks were made in 1 day and only required a few basic power tools. Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 This video was sponsored by QUIKRETE go to 🤍 to learn more about my favorite concrete projects. #DIY #FakeRock #landscapingProjects For additional projects and information check out our website: 🤍
Why are you shooting Analog, why Large Format camera, why Dry Plates? It sure is unforgiving, expensive and ridiculously slow but it makes me connect with nature like nothing else. For once I am not a prisoner of the screen but instead present in the moment with everything I am looking for those small miracles of nature that inspire me and make me feel alive! So in this week's video there is no music, no effects just me, the camera and peaceful nature.... 🦓 Hand coated Zebra ISO 2 4X5 Glass Dry Plates and Zebra Dual Plate holder are available in my Etsy store: 🤍 🖤 You can also support this channel by: Becoming my Patreon. You'll be able to talk to me in person, receive my prints and get exclusive access to different additional videos, recipes… Hope to see you there. Thanks 😊 🤍 📲 YOU ALSO MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN THESE: My Instagram: 🤍 My Facebook: 🤍 My Website & Blog: 🤍 The Light Farm Blog: 🤍 ▪️ GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO: Hand Coated Glass Dry-Plate: 🤍 Zebra 4x5 Dual Plate Holder: 🤍 LF lens box: Intrepid 4x5 MK2 Camera: Paterson 5x7” Developing Trays: 🤍 Paterson 8x10” Developing Tray: 🤍 Fixer: Adofix Plus Timer: Adox Labtime Mini Thermometer: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO: Canon M50 + Canon EF-m 15-45mm: 🤍 Huawei P30 pro: 🤍
I'm planting the trees in my "bonsai landscape challenge". This is a water-land penjing with my Chinese marble pot. I have split today's video in two parts, 4A and 4B. I have been challenged by Gail of the YouTube channel "GG Evergreen Bonsai" to create a bonsai landscape! This is a fun challenge and I have finally decided on a plan after 4 weeks of thinking!! Check out the original challenge video here.... 🤍 Check out Gail's channel "GG Evergreen Bonsai" here.... 🤍 To see previous videos of the Ming Aralia (Polyscias fruticosa), click on the playlist here... 🤍 Please feel free to join in on the challenge, be sure to tag your video with... #CreativeBonsaiLandscapeChallenge #TheBonsaiZone
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In this video, This Old House landscape contractor Jenn Nawada and mason Mark McCullough help a homeowner with the first phase of her small backyard landscaping project: a stone fire pit for her and her husband. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: 🤍 Jenn Nawada takes us on a trip to Georgia to help a homeowner add a fire pit to their small backyard. With the help of mason Mark McCullough, the two find the perfect place for the pit and get to building. Small backyards can be difficult to landscape. Every aspect of the design has to be intentional and serve a purpose, and there isn’t much room for careless feature placement. In this Georgia backyard, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada and mason Mark McCullough help a homeowner find the ideal spot for the first phase of her backyard project: a stone fire pit. Difficulty: ⅕ Cost: Between $250 and $600, depending on the chosen kit Time: One day Where to find it? Jenn and Mark help a homeowner create a landscape plan and install a fire pit. Special assistance was provided by Jordan's Legacy Landscaping [🤍 After the homeowner shares her ultimate goals for her backyard, Jenn discusses an overall plan that can be executed when time and budget allow. Mark advises to be sure not to position fire pits in a hazard-prone areas. When choosing a location you should avoid wooden sheds, bushes, and low hanging trees. Once a good location has been selected, contact the local utilities companies to be sure it’s safe to dig. Install Fire Pit 1. Lay out your first layer of blocks on top of the level gravel base. Be sure the sides of the blocks are touching. 2. Place the blocks one-by-one around the perimeter of the hole, pushing them together and using a level to make sure the height stays consistent. 3. If necessary, add leveling sand beneath low blocks or tap high blocks down with a rubber mallet to keep everything even. 4. After finishing the first row, check the layer in several places with a long level to be sure the structure is even. 5. Then, temporarily assemble the second level of blocks, making sure to stagger the joints between rows. 6. After temporarily laying out the second row, test-fit the fire pit bowl to make sure the lip rests fully on the edge. Remove the bowl and adjust the positioning of the blocks if needed. 7. Use construction adhesive between the layers of blocks to secure the concrete block pavers as you build the fire pit walls. 8. Remove the second row of blocks that were temporarily placed. 9. Add beads of construction adhesive to the bottom layer to bond everything in place. 10. Refit the second layer of blocks and continue the process for the third row of blocks. Looking for more step by step guidance on how to complete projects around the house? Join This Old House Insider to stream over 1,000 episodes commercial-free: 🤍 Materials: Stake or rebar [🤍 Crushed stone [🤍 Sand [🤍 Fire pit kit [🤍 Construction adhesive [🤍 Marking paint [🤍 Tools: Tape measure [🤍 Mason’s or landscaping string [🤍 Shovels [🤍 Tamp [🤍 Level [🤍 Rubber mallet [🤍 Caulking gun [🤍 Plus, download our FREE app for full-episode streaming to your connected TV, phone or tablet: 🤍 About Ask This Old House TV: From the makers of This Old House, America’s first and most trusted home improvement show, Ask This Old House answers the steady stream of home improvement questions asked by viewers across the United States. Covering topics from landscaping to electrical to HVAC and plumbing to painting and more. Ask This Old House features the experts from This Old House, including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor. ASK This Old House helps you protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home. Follow This Old House: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 How to Landscape a Small Yard | Ask This Old House 🤍
Prepare your landscape for times of drought with these 5 easy steps. Joe Lamp'l demonstrates why they are important and how to implement them. There’s MUCH more great garden info from Joe Lamp’l of joegardenerTV - including Joe's Online Gardening Academy (joegardener.com/learn) and links to The joe gardener Show weekly podcast series (🤍 garden blogs (🤍 and e-book resource guides to teach you everything you need to know about composting (🤍 and more. The joe gardener community can be found on: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 e-newsletter to share new resources and ask what else you want to know about growing a greener world - 🤍 Joe Lamp’l, the “joe” behind joe gardener is the creator, host and executive producer of public television’s Growing a Greener World. Watch episodes of his Emmy Award-winning show on our sister channel, GGWTV (🤍
This landscape painting is adapted from a live demonstration in my studio. I have added a full commentary and more painting tips. Hopefully it helps you to paint your own landscape in a loose and painterly style. This approach is based on my online course How to Loosen Up Your Painting. You can get more details about this course here: 🤍 Art Materials: - Gamblin Artist Oil Colors Introductory Set: 🤍 - Artists' Grade Gamsol Oil Color Size: 1 Liter: 🤍 - Oil & Acrylic Paint Brushes Set. 100% Natural Chungking: 🤍 - Palette Knife Painting Set: 🤍 - Artist Paint Brushes - Top Quality Red Sable : 🤍 - Brush Cleaner: 🤍 - H-Frame Artist's Easel: 🤍 - Canvas panels for practice: 🤍
This garden is one of my favorite one in the world. 🤍 枯山水 Karesansui - (Dry Landscape Garden) #kyoto #garden #zen
A low maintenance and cost efficient garden design created with the addition of easy to care tropical ornamental plants common the Philippines (i.e. ferns, bamboos, Philodendrons) and the recycling of driftwoods, rocks, paving materials and repositioning existing plants randomly scattered on the property. The result is a refreshing oasis for the homeowners. #landscapedesign #gardendesign #tropicallandscapedesign This project is in collaboration with Dennis Garden based in RBR Laguna Garden, Bagong Kalsada, Calamba, Laguna. Soundtrack used "Soft" by Washed Out for Apple iMovie. Apologies for the soundtrack change due to copyright claims.
It's time to rock and roll in the garden with this video. Rocks are great landscape elements for everything from water features to walls to solo focal points. Here are some tips on picking a good rock and how to use it. Here are some of the cool rocks in the video; 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Video by Doug Kalal, Great Gardens Landscape Design 🤍 2 Minute Gardener #79 #2MinuteGardener #garden #backyardgarden #backyard #gardenideas #landscapesolutions #landscapeideas #landscapingwithrocks #waterfeatures Links included in this description and referenced in videos might be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you purchase a product or service with the links I provide, I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you for those affiliate links and your support allows me to provide free content every week on the 2 Minute Gardener channel. Thank you!