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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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tolerances: Its flowers attract all kinds of insects, and the foliage shelters birds in winter. It's tolerant of most soils. When to plant: Seeds can be sown
Mountain Mint" - Attracts all kinds of insects, and the foliage shelters birds in winter. It's tolerant of most soils.
tolerances: Its flowers attract all kinds of insects, and the foliage shelters birds in winter. It's tolerant of most soils.When to plant: Seeds can be sown
“Mountain mint” — phlishie
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Commissioned wood octagons to hold scupltural wire birds.
LOVE these wire birds planted in the garden. add varying heights.
Wire birds remain grounded and grace your garden with their presence for all seasons.
WIRED BIRDS WOULD LOOK GREAT IN...Love the wire birds! Where can I...cool birds!...Wire birds...wire birds sculpture
“Straw crows in the garden...” — Dana Veach
Rock Cotoneaster
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inside decoration. Don't let it spread too much as it self seeds easily. Birds love the berries.
2 to 3 feet tall and 5 to 8 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Attracts birds, bees and butterflies; aids in erosion control; tolerant of wind, pollution
size: 2 to 3 feet tall and 5 to 8 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Attracts birds, bees and butterflies; aids in erosion control; tolerant of wind, pollution
“Cotoneaster for next year.” — dogmom5
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Glass art
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red black eyed susans and t he glass birds.
These blown-glass ornaments resemble colorful birds, craning their necks to better see the sky. What really caught my eye, however, was the way the homeowners
Look like birds in ur garden...Where can I get these glass 'birds'??...Love those birds!...glass birds...love birds...bird shapes
“Anything glass reflects the light” — Your Color Diva
Becky Harris
Wallpapers
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including elegant wallpaper adorned with pretty birds. You can get a similar look with an affordable, elegant bird-and-branch wallpaper such as the one pictured
space is...the photo styling again! I love this wallpaper; I don't care if birds are passe; they'll be back!
room. Here we have wallpaper with birdcages. If you have a room for live birds - or a general birdcage theme to your room's deign - then this wallpaper
bird cages. side note: love the shoes
“Sexy legs” — Ali Jafri
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Moss elements in the garden
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Birds Love - moss creeping over a bird bath, a soft place for them
'A little moss creeping over your birdbath is beautiful and inviting to birds seeking a soft place where they can wet their feet and their beaks.'
Moss in an old leaking/broken bird bath!
almost overwhelming at times. The birds love it. A little moss creeping over your birdbath is beautiful and inviting to birds seeking a soft place where they
“mossy birdbath” — Ben Lokey
Will Johnson Building Company
Circle Park Place
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Bird’s nest ferns grow best in medium to low indirect light. Their distinctive crinkly leaves
depending on the amount of light they receive. Bright light will produce a bird’s nest fern with crinkled leaves, while less light will result in flatter
How dramatic--a bird's nest fern in a silver pedestal bowl.
Bird’s nest ferns grow best in medium to low indirect light. Their distinctive crinkly leaves vary depending on the amount of light they receive. Bright
Bright light will produce a bird’s nest fern with crinkled leaves, while less light will result in flatter leaves.Keep the fronds dust free by spraying with
“lumineux la banquette sous la fenêtre” — Nathalie
Sharon Charboneau, RESA Pro, Interior Stylist
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Birds, maybe use with baby name banner
I love the birdcage idea & the birds!
Bird cages...bird decal...Birds on wall...birds, cages...bird/cage decals
“Baby” — blightmeister
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