Castle Pines Oasis

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kristin_redman
Kristin Redman added this to Dream Home1 April 2017

I like this particularly for north slope. see sedum photo Karen: I agree. The steps aren't as formal as cut stone. The mix of stone pieces is dramatic and there are plenty of openings for plants. It is inviting.

aspengardenandlandscape
Aspen Garden and Landscape, LLC added this to Quarry14 January 2017

The use of slab steps and larger outcrop 'chunks' could work well on the north slope. These slabs are much easier to install than steps built of multiple pieces of stone - they are also easier to re-level if they were to settle for some reason. We'd obviously use more appropriate stone than this ; )

tlcgardens
TLC Gardens LLC added this to Demster Landscape Ideas30 March 2016

Slab steps could also be integrated into the landsacpe either in the front entry or the back to create interest and organic texture. I think in the front it would be a nice organic touch to tie in with the dry creek and culvert. CS-you don't have much grade change in the front for organic slabs like this unless we integrated them into the entrance porch.

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