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from another.Tip: "If you don't have it in your budget to bring in a lot of flowers," Anderson says, "substitute ornaments or candles to create a stunning evening setting." Use ornaments that are substantial in size, not tiny ones that can make the table look cluttered.Metallic leaves: Pottery Barn;
palette with gold as the accent color. Anderson explains, "The homeowner wasn't keen on traditional floral arrangements, so we used big decorative ornaments." The nature-inspired accents are kept subtle with formal monogrammed napkins. One special twist the designers added to the traditional table runner
“Laying table” — lily10singh
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edible onion, the ornamental allium has been a longtime cottage garden companion, but it can embellish gardens of all styles and sizes. Bordering on cartoonish, allium's globular blooms add a new shape to the landscape.
Botanical name: Allium spp Common names: Allium, ornamental onion
Ornamental allium
“allium” — Hilda Rosselli
Bagnato Architects
The Parade Ascot Vale Victoria Australia
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The patio extends down the side of the house, ending at a red lime-wash-painted wall. The feature wall highlights a DIY garden ornament that's visible from inside the house. Wall lighting makes the garden feel magical at night.
The patio extends down the side of the house, ending at a red lime-wash-painted wall. The feature wall highlights a DIY garden ornament that's visible from inside the house. Wall lighting makes the garden feel magical at night.
“lime wash painted wall” — Maia Kustin
Ground One Enterprises of MN
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An Asian inspired landscape and new pool decking
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landscape while working within the constraints of the existing pool and its narrow perimeter spaces. The homeowners admire Asian garden aesthetics, so ornamentation and plant species were selected that emphasized simplicity in their distinct forms. The narrow planting spaces around the pool were maximized through
texture, where pebbles and accent rocks complement and contrast with unique plant forms. The pool now feels integrated with this lush landscape of ornamental grasses and specimen evergreens.
We are from Rochester MN. We are looking for an ornamental size evergreen. We live in zone 4 but have very hot and humid summers. I lost a weeping larch this past summer during a long hot spell. It did fine for six years before this summer. I loved that little tree and
“contrast - tall and small” — zimmie1
Susan Wallace
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Susan Wallace
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To come up with her designs, Wallace circled the 3-4 blocks of surrounding area, documenting the grillwork, pottery designs, and other ornamental elements from yards and homes in the area. She then picked four of these archeological drawings and took a slice from each for a corresponding panel
To come up with her designs, Wallace circled the 3-4 blocks of surrounding area, documenting the grillwork, pottery designs, and other ornamental elements from yards and homes in the area. She then picked four of these archeological drawings and took a slice from each for a corresponding panel. The
“the style” — Lionel Linton
Ted Carter Inspired Landscapes
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Ornamental grasses that look like tall field grass
Collection of ornamental grass
ornamental horticulture
ornamental grass
“Sea grasd” — lplumer
J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
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instantly wakes up the fall garden. Long, colorful leaves in shades of green, yellow, orange and red are the perfect foil for container plantings with ornamental grasses and fall annuals. For those living in colder climates, treat this one as an annual or bring it inside for the cold months. USDA zones: 9
instantly wakes up the fall garden. Long, colorful leaves in shades of green, yellow, orange and red are the perfect foil for container plantings with ornamental grasses and fall annuals. For those living in colder climates, treat this one as an annual or bring it inside for the cold months.USDA zones: 9 to
“Croton. Z. 9-11. Inside for cold mos. 4-6' tall.” — Nora Elizabeth
Field Outdoor Spaces
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Minnetonka Woodland 1
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Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable, to lock in soil moisture and prevent weeds. (Who wants to water more than necessary or pull weeds? Not me!) Again, some cities provide
Garden 2013 MULCH Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable, to lock in soil moisture and prevent weeds. (Who wants to water more than necessary or pull weeds? Not me!) Again, some cities provide
Mulch--Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable, to lock in soil moisture and prevent weeds. (Who wants to water more than necessary or pull weeds? Not me!) Again, some cities provide
4. Add mulch. Mulch 2 to 3 inches of your garden, whether ornamental or vegetable, to lock in soil moisture and prevent weeds. (Who wants to water more than necessary or pull weeds? Not me!) Again, some cities provide free mulch, but if you buy the bagged stuff, be careful. Stay away from dyed mulches
“Mulch” — tknewspub
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