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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
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Lathouris Garden
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the tall plants on both sides. I’m not sure if this is an act of joy or survival, but it’s pretty clear that open runways like this help funnel in the
by the tall plants on both sides. not sure if this is an act of joy or survival, but it’s pretty clear that open runways like this help funnel in the
the tall plants on both sides. I’m not sure if this is an act of joy or survival, but it’s pretty clear that open runways like this help funnel in the
“What Monarch Butterflies Taught Me About Garden Design. monarchs like paths” — janroze
C.O.S Design
7 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
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I live in North Georgia. Can this bamboo survive here, and is bamboo an evergreen?
Vancouver, Canada ... lists species and temperature ranges in which they can survive. I'm about to plant Fargesia clumping bamboo here in Toronto, Canada in
that can reach -30C. Contact me next summer and I'll let you know if they survived!
Would that bambo survive winter? I want to "hide" my pool from the street. Just to down some deck
Thanks for the question, bit hard to answer if this bamboo would survive on the other side of the world but can't see why not as bamboo is originally
“trees” — amitysiu
River's Edge Landscapes
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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The Somerville Showroom
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Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
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Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
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Beautiful! I also live in the PNW. Will the Blue Oat Grass and the Thymus survive without watering during the summer? I am looking for something low maintenance
maintenance and eco friendly. If they dry out that's ok - as long as they survive.
for a month or so until the rainy season started until established and survive without additional water. The blue oat grass and the thymus are drought
Thymus serphyllum should survive there. It does well in drought, so the wet summers may give it some trouble
trouble. I think if you plant it in a sunny, sandy loam it would survive. Try a small one to see the success and habit of the plant and let me know if
“View” — Ingrid Bermúdez Danello
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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Andrea Schumacher Interiors
21 Reviews
Private Residence
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Hi...Let me know if you need any motif or design of our product...Thanks.
matters. Bonus tip: Don’t speak glibly about this to people who have actually survived a fire, or you may be throttled. The 3 stages of decluttering, simplified:
not quite like that. Imagine you've been hit by a car. You miraculously survive and desperately need medical attention. The paramedics arrive — O happy
matters. Bonus tip: Don’t speak glibly about this to people who have actually survived a fire, or you may be throttled.The 3 stages of decluttering, simplified:Sort
“yes but too dark” — Tricia Clarke
Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
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Associates to design an all-native, drought-tolerant landscape that could survive in the sometimes extreme local climate. The landscape architects chose a
Associates to design an all-native, drought-tolerant landscape that could survive in the sometimes extreme local climate. The landscape architects chose a
“Rear view of Mod” — hakim28
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
1 Review
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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a tree species that is native to your area. It will be well adapted to survive in your particular geographic area according to the climate, soils and rainfall
a tree species that is native to your area. It will be well adapted to survive in your particular geographic area according to the climate, soils and rainfall
“yes” — beatleone
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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and can survive temps down into the 20's.
thank you ... will look it up to see if it will survive Ontario winters
can't seem to keep a plant alive, succulents are a fantastic choice. Most survive quite well in full sun and require at least one to two hours per day of
Do these survive winter?
“contained” — ninebugs
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
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around for 50+ years because we know that if they have survived this long they will likely survive another 50", she says. Backsplash Tile, Hamilton Parker
around for 50-plus years, because we know that if they survived this long, they will likely survive another 50,” says Chelsea.Backsplash tile: Hamilton Parker
“Tile color” — cincha01
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