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anne houser//dropseed studio//kinghorn gardens
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anne houser//dropseed studio//kinghorn gardensSaveEmail Bog-Loving Turtlehead So many blooming plants want lots of sun and dry feet
Bog-Loving Turtlehead So many blooming plants want lots of sun and dry feet, but this native
Bog-Loving Turtlehead So many blooming plants want lots of sun and dry feet, but this native of the U.S. Southeast is happiest in wetter conditions and
traditional landscape by anne houser//dropseed studio//kinghorn gardens anne houser//dropseed studio//kinghorn gardens Bog-Loving Turtlehead So many blooming plants want lots of sun and dry feet, but this native of the U.S. Southeast is happiest in wetter conditions and
Bog-Loving TurtleheadSo many blooming plants want lots of sun and dry feet, but this native of the U.S. Southeast is happiest in wetter conditions and doesn't mind the shade. It’s ideal for that shady, wet spot in the garden where nothing else seems to grow. Its flowers are relatively small but still
“great for side of house that stays boggy. Turtlehead” — The Wow Factor
www.KarlGercens.com
Inspirational Gardens
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Cool path idea for bog area, use large black locust
fun stumps, great bog crossing
Bog garden
“Tree stump borders” — fkness
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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Naturalistic look with added benefit of bog plantings
Bog garden
“for front space?” — joaneoliver
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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in partial / full shade. Gold color brightens up the area. Reaches 2ft tall, 3ft wide. Likes regular water and can be used in a water feature or BOG PLANTING. Evergreen
winds with ease. Reaching only 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, it's happiest with regular water in the landscape and can even be used in a water feature or bog planting. Best of all, this easygoing plant is evergreen
winds with ease. Reaching only 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, it's happiest with regular water in the landscape and can even be used in a water feature or bog planting. Best of all, this easygoing plant is evergreen. I imagine it would look great in my courtyard with the gazing ball I have
winds with ease. Reaching only 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, it's happiest with regular water in the landscape and can even be used in a water feature or bog planting. Best of all, this easygoing plant is evergreen.
“acorus e fonte” — Adines Ferreira Paisagismo
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Ocean Bluff-Winner Santa Barbara Beautiful 2013
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A turtle pond brings a wonderful interactive water element into this contemporary outdoor living space. Holly Lepere
“Water feature” — bstranz
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Ocean Bluff-Winner Santa Barbara Beautiful 2013
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A turtle pond brings a wonderful interactive water element into this contemporary outdoor living space. Holly Lepere
“Turtle pond, stainless waterfall!!” — igerrez
Cottage Home, Inc.
4 Reviews
LakeBridge Seven
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Thank you for the attention to my question, but just a few hours after sending the question, I found the answer. This chair is known as the "bog" chair or "plank" chair. Historically everyone from the Vikings, Crusaders to the Boy Scouts have made these to be portable. There are directions for
Plank chairs/bog chairs
bog or plank chair
“Great simple outside chairs” — rillamagilla
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Pond in Rydal, Pa
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If you're really stuck on the idea of having a plant that requires a lot of water, creating a small pond or bog could save you a lot of watering time (and money) in the long run. Be sure to only do this for plants that really need a lot of moisture, otherwise the wet area could actually overwater and
“Waterfall” — dswinner
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