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David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
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grass is adapted to a number of regions throughout the United States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic.
Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus) Adapted to zones 5 to 9, this
japonicus) Adapted to zones 5 to 9, this evergreen ground cover is a perfect way to achieve a no-grass lawn. Opt for regular mondo grass, which grows up to 6 inches tall, or choose dwarf mondo grass, just 2 inches tall, and never mow again. If you choose regular mondo grass, mow it annually in late winter
grass is adapted to a number of regions throughout the United States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic. Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
“Sloped yard remedy” — Rebecca Pfeifer
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch between them to discourage weeds until your lawn is filled in.
liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch between them to discourage weeds until your lawn is filled in.
liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch between them to discourage weeds until your lawn is filled in.
“turf grass” — Stephanie Hoang
J. Paul Moore Photography
Moss & Moss Lawns
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moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in
moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states.Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
“Curve” — dvesser
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
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It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas
It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas
It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South.Tall fescue should not be used in areas
“Hybrid madrone” — juliantomas
Koreman Landscape Company
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so it’s adaptable to salt sprays, poor soils, dry heat, periods of drought and neglect. And for gardeners in cold climates, creeping juniper offers visual interest and lends structure to a winter garden that contains other evergreens of various sizes, like boxwood, false cypress, dwarf pine and inkberry
be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to help prevent storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees
be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to help prevent storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees
“Use of evergreen color is so beautiful and natural.” — franklyesoteric
Soledad Builders, LLC
5 Reviews
Kitchen II
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SW7053 Adaptive Shade, Satin. Best, Kelly
Williams, Adaptive Shade in Satin is what I have in the specifications, I hope that helps! Best, Kelly
cabinet color - sw 7053 - adaptive shade
Adaptive sherwin Williams color
liams Adaptive Shade, no. 7053
Adaptive Shade...color SW Adaptive
“color of cabinets” — Karen E
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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native or adapted to the region in which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same time.
native or adapted to the region in which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same time.See how to grow plants native to your region on Houzz:Northwest | California | Southwest | Texas | Rocky M
“Great door” — loulovestextiles
Troy Rhone Garden Design
14 Reviews
Alys Beach
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have been adapted in Southwestern gardens in the United States.
it is adaptable to many other areas — particularly those with a similar climate, known for winter rains and long, dry summers. mediterranean pool by Troy Rhone Garden Design Troy Rhone Garden Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo 1. Enclosure. Originating in ancient Persia, high-walled gardens offer
have been adapted in Southwestern gardens in the United States.
“Sitting ledge along pool and back wall making a fountain” — gaylepb
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