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What Is Hardscape? Learn Examples of Popular Projects
What is hardscape? Here I not only define the term but also supply examples, linking to tutorials that introduce beginners to the topic.
What Is Hardscaping? Which Materials Does It Encompass?
Back to > Hardscape FAQ Index · Back to > Index to All FAQs. Related Articles. When implementing landscape plans, do I start with hardscape or softscape?
Great Hardscape Ideas - Landscaping - About.com
There are great hardscape ideas everywhere; just be observant while taking a walk around any city, or a drive around any neighborhood. In the meantime, use  ...
Should You Start Hardscape Projects First, or Softscape?
Do you begin your landscaping work with hardscape projects or softscape? Learn the answer -- and why -- in this FAQ.
Designing With Mixed Hardscape Materials
Here is a great idea for designing with mixed hardscape materials. Don't think materials have to be kept distinct from each other; a "mixed bag" can be more ...
Hardscape in Cottage Gardens - Landscaping - About.com
Any design as plant-heavy as the cottage garden style can profit from some well- placed hardscape features. I mentioned using arbors when designing a cottage ...
Hardscape - Landscaping With Rock - About.com
Hardscape, i.e., landscaping with rock and other hard materials, is discussed in this piece. Hardscaping complements softscape, as when a patio sets off a lawn.
Hardscape Ideas for Kids - Children's Garden
Hardscape ideas for children begin with making your landscaping project an adventure for your kids. Use hardscape materials and designs that will create an  ...
Books on Hardscape - Reviews - Landscaping - About.com
My reviews of hardscape books reflect something of the scope of the subject. I review books on such matters as building decks and installing water features, and ...
Hardscape or Hardscaping - Pool & Patio - About.com
Definition: In landscape or garden design, hardscape refers to the hard or solid areas in the outdoor space. These “hard” areas may be made of materials like ...
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