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AMESBURY, MA - Local Landscape Architect Jack Tremblay will be featured
in the July / August issue of Acce...
Page 108 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article               Picture of backyard, including Cricket turf and bug control.



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Photo by Jack Tremblay


                                                                                       Main entra...
Page 110 of ACCENT July/August 2006




Isometric Sketch of steps and pool                    Photo of finished pool steps...
Photo by Jack Tremblay




                         Page 112 ACCENT July/August 2006

                              View f...
Page 115 of ACCENT
                                                             July/August 2006 Article

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Photo by Jack Tremblay




Page 116 of ACCENT July/August                                     A rustic plank bridge over a...
The front entrance hasPhoto bynorthern exposure. Plants
                         a full Jack Tremblay
  used in this area ...
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A feature article in Accent Magazine showcasing a Newbury Mass residence dsigned by Jack Tremblay

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  1. 1. PRESS RELEASE AMESBURY, MA - Local Landscape Architect Jack Tremblay will be featured in the July / August issue of Accent on Home & Garden Magazine. The Newbury, MA clients have worked with Jack on two residences over the past seventeen years. Their most current home is an ambitious design that is worth reading more about. The following is an enhanced presentation of the Accent magazine article. I have taken the liberty of adding content to help identify some of the many landscape features that made this installation special. 1
  2. 2. Page 108 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article Picture of backyard, including Cricket turf and bug control. Photo by Jack Tremblay Family cat on the prowl… Photo by Jack Tremblay 2
  3. 3. Photo by Jack Tremblay Main entrance gate Page 109 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article 3 Photo by Jack Tremblay
  4. 4. Page 110 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Isometric Sketch of steps and pool Photo of finished pool steps fencing for Pool Terrace and pool from opposite side of pool. area 4 Page 111 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article
  5. 5. Photo by Jack Tremblay Page 112 ACCENT July/August 2006 View from Herb Garden across lawn to river. Photo by Jack Tremblay Schematic sketch of the Herb/ Photo by Jack Tremblay Vegetable garden area. One half of the Sage knot garden and bird feeding station. Clients first residence in Newburyport, MA Page 113 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article 5
  6. 6. Page 115 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article View to Covered Terrace from the Pergola Terrace. Main Terrace to the right. Photo by Jack Tremblay Pen and Ink rendering of the Main Terrace fro the Covered Terrace. View to Pergola Terrace from the Pool Area. Photo by Jack Tremblay Photo by Jack Tremblay Page 114 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article ‘Cracked Ice’ Paving pattern of the Pool 6 Terrace with overlook to Pool Area.
  7. 7. Photo by Jack Tremblay Page 116 of ACCENT July/August A rustic plank bridge over a bog 2006 Article area to the dock. The screened porch steps Page 117 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article directly to the Pergola Terrace Informal stepping stones fro the guest via a granite slab step. room to the side yard. 7 Photo by Jack Tremblay Photo by Jack Tremblay
  8. 8. The front entrance hasPhoto bynorthern exposure. Plants a full Jack Tremblay used in this area are Japanese Mountain Grass and Hay-scented fern. Photo by Jack Tremblay Page 118 of ACCENT July/August 2006 Article Kim and Trevor’s first home involved the design of a serpentine wall/step system that separated the small backyard into upper plantings and a lower terrace. 8

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