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Cotton Tree Interiors
Southwold Home
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exotic bird wallpaper- perhaps the perfect solution for this room- always my favorite spot to go over the top!!!
highly decorative prints but aren’t mad on shouty colours, take a look at some of the more traditional wallpapers. Many designs, such as these pretty birds, depict decorative scenes, but in a restful palette of earthy hues, so the effect isn’t too much. A mirror will help break up a busy pattern.
“wallpap” — grumpytaylors
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Salvia clevelandii
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Leave seed heads for the birds
After the flowers fade, leave seed heads for the birds, at least temporarily. Remove older, woodier, dead-looking portions to encourage regrowth and more fragrant blooms. While it’s not the longest-lived plant, averaging 5 to 10 years, Cleveland sage is a California native definitely worth knowing.
“cleveland sage” — bethanybee
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Apache plume
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How to use it. The dense structure of this plant makes it a great hideout for small birds, and its ever-blooming character attracts bees and other pollinating insects. Use it in small groupings or as a single specimen in a naturalized garden, or as a backdrop for xeric perennials. Low-key companion
“Apache plume attracts small birds” — anndj
Bruce Parker
microhouse
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drought Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 6 to 12 feet high Environmental benefits: Flowers in spring; fruit is attractive to birds Native range: U.S. Pacific coast
droughtLight requirement: Full sun or partial shadeMature size: 6 to 12 feet highEnvironmental benefits: Flowers in spring; fruit is attractive to birdsNative range: U.S. Pacific coast
“Drought fruit bush” — milobo
James Gaither
Heteromeles arbutifolia
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My holiday suggestion: Try to find a spot in your garden for a toyon — for the seasonal pleasure of the bright red berries, the birds they attract and the reminder of what natural California is like in winter. Unlike English holly, toyon (or California holly) is not a buttoned-up formal
ca toyon for the birds
“Toyon, California Christmas berry, Christmas berry, California holly, Hollywood, Christmasberry, Cal” — Estudio Castaño
Cate West Zahl
Tudor Grove
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use old red books across mantel with black bird figurine and other vaious objects.
In a closeup of the mantel, you see surprises such as a black bird figurine, red coral and other various objets d'art.
“Plants mirror books” — jlr64
Urban Hedgerow
Reclaim Market Street
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Bird Habitat Garden in Public Space
maximize exposure and enable pedestrians to take notice and ask questions. Proposed habitats in San Francisco coincide with critical paths for migratory birds. "Reclaim Market Street!" (shown here) was created as a temporary green space in the middle of San Francisco's Civic Center. By staging a native habitat
“view” — fathemeh
Becky Harris
Atlanta Holiday House 2009
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Mirrors are a great place to hang garlands. Aren't these silver birds beautiful?
silver birds on garland!!!
“silver birds on garland!!!” — Lori Gunder Phipps
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