Open variation, really like the hog wire w/differing spacing.
Contemporary take on a split rail. Mary really likes this.
Like the slats and feeling of openness, more like a screen than a fence. Probably to fussy and $$
Mary loves roses bushes. Planters are fun. Pavers are a touch too large and I don't really like the rounded stones.
Love it all
Love the linear pathway with the tall grasses on either side. Like how they are different colors and also how they are large massings vs small bunches.
Too much gravel but like how clean and focused the design is. Love the gabion with the grasses in front and the mix of materials, gravel, gabion stone and metal.
Like the Gabion softened by the creeping plants with a touch of color.
Like the curved gabion.
Like the gravel buffer and the large concrete (?) pavers and their placement. Not really looking for a lawn though.
Same as the last photo.
Like the larger angular stone and the color/uniformity
Do not like the river rock at all and also do not like the hodge podge of stone types.
Clean and contemporary, love the corten steel though I highly doubt we can afford it. Also like the way the steel defines the slope of the lawn though I don't really want a lawn. May be to contemporary.
Same as the last one.
I like the contained tall grasses with the sculpture and the lawn makes sense but not sure it's what we would want.
I find this fence intriguing
Like this fence too, could be shorter and more open but like the varying widths of the slats. Also like the grasses and the planter.
Love the grass and the water feature.
Great water feature in a more formal gravel area surrounded by the plantings but we would be worried about the still water and mosquitoes so what ever we do it will need some movement.
Like the tall grasses w/ the yellows (though they are dandelions)
Love the field of grasses in front
More grass offset by the stone work.
Love the large groupings and definitely the Irises
Like the large fields of solid colors, and like the colors.