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Eclectic Patio
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the railings are Urban Saddlebags from Portland-based Root Pouch. You can get them from Root Pouch via their website: rootpouch.com. Thanks!
I like the hanging colander with flowers in them. Also like the flower pouches hanging off deck fence.
“Hanging pots” — khavgray
Becky Bourdeau @ Potted
Point Breeze Vacant Lot Improvement
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water. Drip irrigation gets water where it needs to go — to the plants' roots. It's not only healthier for the plant, but it conserves water as well, as
recommends the wall-mounted, breathable pockets from Woolly Pocket and Root Pouch. "They have grommets for easy attachment to a sturdy surface and can be
for use indoors without any additional backing material," she says. "Root Pouches have a little extra breathability and drainage, thanks to no plastic
adds, "The relatively large reservoir for soil is the real key — healthy root systems are the key to sexy plants, and because each is a self-contained
“pots on gravel” — brandman3000
RMT Architects
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Heritage Cabin
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Root cellar to put where old carriage house was
Great idea for a root cellar....Root cellar...Storm or root cellar...Root cellar with planted roof...Root cellar!
“sloped lot small storage built in roots?” — annww
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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
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“Anderson Place” c. 1714 & 1804
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Good idea for the root cellar....Root cellar...Rock root cellar....root & wine cellar...root cellar beautiful plans
“Into hill” — Gannon LeBlanc
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Orchard
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How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the
Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots out around the cone, and fill with soil. For
For container-grown plants, dig a planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom
hole. Scruff up the sides, then place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil and create a small watering berm around the outside
should be loose.How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the
“organization of fruit trees” — jandywoman
Allen Interiors & Design Center Inc
9 Reviews
Red Hood Ladies
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Hi TK. Thank you for your question, the wall color is BM CC-274 Ginger Root.
Ginger root wall paint and red hood
Ginger Root - design colors CC 274...BM CC-274 Ginger Root paint...Ginger root BM...Ginger root paint...Ginger root (BM)...Ginger root...Kitchen ginger root
“Kitchen: Painted hood Accent cabinet doors on both sides of hood Spice rack drawers on both sides of” — ladiegodiva
Saint Dizier Design
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Lanai
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I'am interested this unique tree root table. How do i get?
and make dining table and coffee table from slab wood monkey Pod and teak root like this too. We export and sell retail and wholesale to shop, wholesaler
Devina Living - Bali Wood Slab We make this kind of teak root table Price start from USD 800 With diameter 40 inches Click www . baliwoodslab
I love creativity, especially the idea behind making tree roots useful and beautiful
Lanei sitting and dining Use out Teak Root table
terrace is referred to as a lanai. Saint Dizier bought the giant cypress-root coffee table on a trip to Bali. “It makes a wonderful outside coffee table
“LOVE THE TREE STUMP TABLE” — susanadekker
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Sittingroom
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don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize
don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize
Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable
“lamp” — Fran Helms
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