Dry Creek Adds Structure to Entry

A dry creek bed boardered by shrubs, seasonal plants and mature trees draw visitors toward this elegant stone-clad home. The landscaping by AquaTerra Outdoors features a winding, stone path surrounded by ground cover plants to soften the overall look.

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Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Photo By: Daniel Driensky

Stone Luxury Home with Adjacent Guest Home

The landscaping was designed to architecturally blend with the existing natural beauty of the lot. The dry creek bed is decorative yet functional and adds a structural element to the landscaping.

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Stone Guest House Surrounded By Mature Trees and Small Garden

The residence sits between multiple trees and embraces the organic limb structures of the trees. The ground cover plants growing in between the stone pathway softens the overall look of the landscape.

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The Dry Creek Bed Adds Structure and Function for Drainage Control in the Landscape

This stone estate uses a dry creek bed to handle drain from large rain events. The dry creek also adds structural interest to the landscape.

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Landscaping Around Dry Creek Bed

The dry creek bed is designed to drain water off the site during large rain events. Small shrubs, seasonal plants and the mature trees incorporate the dry creek bed into the landscaping.

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Evergreen Shrubs and Ornamental Grasses Add Charm to Stone Guest House

The simple landscaping matches this rustic beauty of the small stone guest house. The foundation plants include evergreen shrubs for year-round interest.

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Pergola Style Arbor

Small trees are trained to grow up the narrow wood pergola. The pergola adds a structural element to this small garden adjacent to the guest house.

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