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If you're thinking of installing an outdoor aquarium, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. Outdoor aquariums can be a great way to add some beauty and interest to your yard or patio, but there are some important factors you need to keep in mind before making your decision.
Written by
Allen Brown
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Okeanos, Redwood Garden Bridges
Japanese Garden design is a sacred type of architecture. This type of design has been around for centuries, and is highly significant in Japanese culture. There are a variety of meanings and reasons for the elements found within Japanese Garden design. These are some of the major key factors of Japanese Garden design.
Written by
Jenny Williams
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Kwon Junho (cover image), Daderot, Hiro2006, 663highland
With the promise of warmer weather right around the corner, now is the perfect time to start looking over new landscaping trends and design a whole new look for the lawn. The pandemic has forced many to reevaluate their outdoor space and make some changes in their priorities, meaning 2022 might be your year to turn a new leaf on your landscaping de...
Written by
Jana Gray
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Finn™ (cover image), Marzenna Gaines
As you are well aware, gardening is a trendy hobby. However, not everyone can have the time to enjoy it. If you have more free time than most, don't wait. Get your garden so that you can get started with gardening. This will help relieve some of the stress in your life and give you something to look forward to each day.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Hao Chen (cover image), Eco Warrior Princess, Gary Barnes
​​Do you love spending time outside? If so, then your yard is the perfect place to make that happen. You can spruce up any outdoor space with a little hard work and creativity, and enjoy it for years to come. Your outdoor space is one of the few places where you can be creative without worrying about major consequences, so take advantage of that. H...
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Manolo Solis (cover image), Engin Akyurt
Walls and fences are typically used to keep people and areas separate, but at the Desert Botanical Garden an unusual series of structures actually brought people together. We combined wood, concrete, steel, stone and block to create a variety of richly textured and highly functional separators that both physically divided and visually connected ope...
Project name
Hazel Hare Center for Plant Science
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build & coLAB studio, LLC
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Bill Timmerman