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rigby & mac
Dining Room
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Questions0
falling leaves by displaying sculptural branches and twigs. Try gathering a cluster in a vase or hanging branches from walls or the ceiling. Come winter
“Tablrcloth” — terilpriddy
Hendricks Construction
14 Reviews
Arcadia French Country
Ideabooks1,316
Questions3
branches and tee lights instead of big candles
Here branches were integrated into a candle-studded frame, offering a great way to test your tolerance for twigs in the home. The branches can be augmented
“not as bright white” — harule24
GEORGE Interior Design
5 Reviews
Strand House
Ideabooks5,215
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Chairs. High backs. Blue and white branch pattern.
dimension, and the chairs are upholstered in fabric that's blue with white branches. Branches are a popular choice today; it reminds people of that environment
“Chairs” — hs350
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
3 Reviews
Viravska
Ideabooks73
Questions1
and any crossing or tightly angled branches, as well as those growing below the preferred canopy line. Cut the branches back by about 50 percent the first
winter and early summer. Thin only if the fruit load threatens to break the branches. Pruning: Unlike most fruit trees, a quince tree doesn’t need much pruning
shrub, keep up to five central stems as trunks and thin out tightly angled branches to open up the interior of the plant. If you’re growing it as a tree, remove
first few years. After that simply prune to shape and remove dead or weak branches. Remove any suckers growing from the base of the plant. Pests and diseases:
“tree idea” — jenevemwa
Joanna
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks235
Questions2
This was a remake of the Master Suite...I used a Manzanita branch that had fallen and dried it out for a month...then spray painted it silver to go with
Love this -- was thinking of doing several branches together, but don't know how to hang it!
gun or fence staples. I painted the brackets silver the same color as the branch so it would be invisible. Good luck!
“Colors” — glamlyfe
Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
bare root fruit tree.jpg
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trees with strong, wide-angled branches that encircle the tree. Colonnade trees should have evenly spaced side branches. When to plant: Plant bare-root
Remove any weak or crossing branches. If you are going to espalier, start now by removing all but the strongest side branches. If you’re planting more than
in June, but you’ll probably need to thin branches to about 8 inches or more apart, especially smaller branches. This will result in larger fruit and less
central trunk with a vase-shaped group of branches at the top (called a modified leader). Remove any branches that are too narrowly angled, crossing or
trees with strong, wide-angled branches that encircle the tree. Colonnade trees should have evenly spaced side branches. When to plant: Plant bare-root
“How to Plant” — dorit2
WA design
8 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
Ideabooks3,833
Questions6
the design of the house around a great room, with bedrooms and bathrooms branching off the main space. The connected living room, dining room and kitchen
design of the house around a living room, with bedrooms and bathrooms branching off the main space. The connected living room, dining room and kitchen
“Floor” — gquetglas
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Beach Access
Ideabooks4,998
Questions2
shelter out of sticks and leafy branches? It’s sure to become a favourite hangout space. If you don’t have the branches you need to build it, turn it into
“Stopnice” — braniselj
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