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Amy Renea
March-April Plants
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with roots attached and plant the pieces elsewhere in your garden. The cloudy skies and abundant showers of April will help the newly transplanted babies get off to a good start.
with roots attached and plant the pieces elsewhere in your garden. The cloudy skies and abundant showers of April will help the newly transplanted babies get off to a good start.
“Divide and transplant succulents” — easternface
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Barbara Pintozzi
bell peppers
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Days to maturity: 60 to 120 after transplanting Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular Favorites: •Sweet peppers: Ace, Apple, Baby Belle, Bell Boy, California Wonder, Giant Marconi, Golden Bell, Gypsy, Jingle Bells, large sweet cherry, Lilac Belle, miniature chocolate bell, miniature
degrees Celsius).Days to maturity: 60 to 120 after transplantingLight requirement: Full sunWater requirement: Regular Favorites:Sweet peppers: Ace, Apple, Baby Belle, Bell Boy, California Wonder, Giant Marconi, Golden Bell, Gypsy, Jingle Bells, large sweet cherry, Lilac Belle, miniature chocolate bell, miniature
“peppers are a staple in my cooking” — redwalldancer
Nichols Design Studios
9 Reviews
Bathroom
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In alarge lodded glass jar - fill it with baby powder on the floor next to the toilet bowl - or fill with bath salts, etc....
I... I honestly have no idea what's going on here. Is this one filled with bath salts? Baby powder? The thing is, it seems way too close to the loo to be used in conjunction with any other part of the bath. So what could it be in there? If you can tell me, I'd be most appreciative.
“towel rack” — morristeach4u
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
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complemented by its checkerboard garden. The angular lines in the windows and metalwork are echoed in the long, paved walkway and alternating squares of baby's tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and pebbles.
complemented by its checkerboard garden. The angular lines in the windows and metalwork are echoed in the long, paved walkway and alternating squares of baby's tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and pebbles.
“Post” — vmdcbueno
Kari McIntosh Design
4 Reviews
Nursery
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hand-drawn quality and jungle animal print. She brought a Lucite table in from her bedroom as a place to set her water glass while she feeds and rocks the baby.Upholstery: Jungle Jubliee, Lulu DK for Schumacher
“like the fabric” — suzannewei
ducduc
1 Review
ducduc™
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The baby's room is the ideal place to start out with polka dot play. Here we can see a glimpse of colorful polka dots painted on to the wall of the room. They're simple. They're spaced out. And they're pretty in color without being too bold. This is a great example of the pretty playfulness of the polka
“everything” — jovanska
Design Within Reach
4 Reviews
Design Within Reach
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Baby clothes quilt or shadow box
Why hide that gorgeous flapper dress you inherited? Use it as creative décor by hanging it from a bedroom wall.And what about all of those precious baby clothes? Try framing one or two favorites in shadowboxes or have a pile reworked into a one-of-a-kind quilt.
“Bed, sidetable, floor, windows” — summerkissedgirl
Joani Stewart-Georgi - Montana Ave. Interiors
18 Reviews
Marina Del Rey Residence
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who also designed the mural in the girls' room (next).The clients wanted a bed in the nursery as a place to rest and relax while taking care of the baby. The room was just a bit too small for a good daybed, so Stewart-Georgi compromised by finding a chair that folds out into a bed. The big floor pillow
“waves and splashes on wall great” — Alicia Grant-Duffy
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