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Sinclair Associates Architects
23 Reviews
Brentwood
Ideabooks2,251
Questions4
Like the clay pot wine storage.
clay pipe for wine...Wine grotto clay
“Butchers rack” — Kellie Hooper
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Frederic Francis
Ideabooks6,163
Questions3
Huge clay planters as border or fence - great idea.
Cool clay pots...Clay planters
“Macetas” — Ana Maria Guimet
Simple Construct
Humel Straw Bale Home with Clay Plaster
Ideabooks178
Questions0
Humel Straw Bale Home with Clay Plaster
This unique bedroom features curvaceous straw bale walls plastered in American Clay plaster Bluefield.
“plastered in American Clay plaster Bluefield.” “Home with Clay Plaster” “American Clay Plaster” “clay plaster”
Straw Bale Construction with American Clay wall finish.
“American clay Bluefield” — janwills17
Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Capital Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,379
Questions8
Does the bm clay beige ever look "pink"?
the wall colour is from Benjamin Moore - eggshell - clay beige OC11
OC-11 Clay beige by BM
BM eggshell - clay beige OC11
clay beige
“Couch” — Afton Davis
Missouri Botanical Garden
Wild Bergamot
Ideabooks80
Questions0
Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Native to almost every U.S. state and Canada. Plant it in moist to medium soils (clay to loam) in full sun, where it will reach 2 to 4 feet tall and bloom throughout summer
Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Native to almost every U.S. state and Canada. Plant it in moist to medium soils (clay to loam) in full sun, where it will reach 2 to 4 feet tall and bloom throughout summer. It is a bee magnet, especially long-tongued bumblebees. It’s not as showy as hybrids and cultivars
Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Native to almost every U.S. state and Canada. Plant it in moist to medium soils (clay to loam) in full sun, where it will reach 2 to 4 feet tall and bloom throughout summer. It is a bee magnet, especially long-tongued bumblebees. It’s
“Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Native to almost every U.S. state and Canada. Plant it in moist t” — judith195
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
SwampRed.JPG
Ideabooks250
Questions0
Swamp milkweed (Swamp Red) prefers clay from wet to slightly dry. full sun 3' tall and 2' wide. Monarchs lay eggs on - plant 3-5 together w/other perennials.
clumps with mauve blooms smelling like spicy vanilla. Contrary to its damp-sounding name, swamp milkweed can perform well in medium soil, preferring clay from anything wet to just slightly dry. It takes full sun or a bit of shade, averaging 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Zone 3-9
clumps with mauve blooms smelling like spicy vanilla. Contrary to its damp-sounding name, swamp milkweed can perform well in medium soil, preferring clay from anything wet to just slightly dry. It takes full sun or a bit of shade, averaging 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide.
“Swamp milkweed” — teamburnsbunch
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes February
Ideabooks121
Questions0
: Naturalizes in woodlands; tolerates clay soil; deer and rabbit resistant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Early spring When to plant: Fall
t: Medium Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 4 to 6 inches tall Benefits and tolerances: Naturalizes in woodlands; tolerates clay soil; deer and rabbit resistant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Early spring When to plant: Fall
requirement: MediumLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 inches tallBenefits and tolerances: Naturalizes in woodlands; tolerates clay soil; deer and rabbit resistant; low maintenanceSeasonal interest: Early springWhen to plant: Fall
“Common snowdrop is one of the first bulbs to appear, and it’s blooming now in areas where winters” — lindaraeclark
Amory Brown
Putney, Loft Conversion
Ideabooks3,025
Questions2
such as stone, wood, clay and linen to give your interior an authentic feel
The pebbled wall and floor and live-edge wood counter provide a richly textured sensory experience in this bathroom. Use natural materials such as stone, wood, clay and linen to give your
Natural materials, stone, wood, clay and linen give an authentic feel.
wall and floor and live-edge wood counter provide a richly textured sensory experience in this bathroom. Use natural materials such as stone, wood, clay and linen to give your interior an authentic feel.
wall and floor and live-edge wood counter provide a richly textured sensory experience in this bathroom. Use natural materials such as stone, wood, clay and linen to give your interior an authentic feel.
“pebbz” — zzuoh81
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