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The American Gardener, LLC
Residential Landscape Throughout The Growing Season
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according to Sims, prefer afternoon shade. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Height: 20 feet Color: Blooms pink in early spring; turns purple in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
this project by The American Gardener, are rated for full sun but, according to Sims, prefer afternoon shade. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Height: 20 feet Color: Blooms pink in early spring; turns purple in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
forest pansy redbud in full bloom and a good size for the front planters
This is a cercis canadensis, or redbud. But I Notice it is in clump form instead of a single tree trunk. Would this be a problem. I like the color very much and the dark
“Forest Pansy Redbud” — mechellert
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Lake Calhoun Residence
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harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.
3 b/w images & colourful glass vases either side could be nice
harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.Two Naturally Beautiful Tablescapes for Holiday Dining
“Parede sala jantar” — marcelojacob
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
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How do you maintain the rich color and avoid fading or color changes from sun exposure?
Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary landscape design, as they rely upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.
and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features: •Restraint in color and plant variety •Linear planting that echoes the horizontal lines of the home's siding and fence •Emphasis on foliage over flowers Color note: •Muted earth tones
plants and colors at the front lower left...teal at bottom and yellow green above that...nice texture
suitable for contemporary landscape design, as they rely upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.These plants require minimal water and maintenance.The grasses add a bright note to the dark stained fence panels.
“like grasses in raised bed, like fence” — scanmod
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Mid-century Modern Now
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grass is Muhlenbergia rigens...very easy to grow a bunch of this from a $4 seed packet (find it from an online seed source) and the lower, more buff colored stuff is the Mexican Feather Grass, aka Nassella (or sometimes Stipa) tennuissima.
drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful gardens, the focus is on composition, textures and durability, not just colorful blooms.
The tall, clumping grass is Muhlenbergia rigens...very easy to grow a bunch of this from a $4 seed packet (find it from an online seed source) and the lower, more buff colored stuff is the Mexican Feather Grass, aka Nassella (or sometimes
drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful gardens, the focus is on composition, textures and durability, not just colorful blooms.
“layout” — tguss28
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
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Hi, I just noticed this comment.....the walls are simply smooth trowel cement plaster with the natural gray color exposed. There is no actual product to buy...just standard cement plaster.
The "curtain" is actually a fixed panel of resin by 3Form: .... The possibilities are endless as you mix and match colors and textures. Have fun!
minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than a bounty of colorful blooms. East meets West: Want to venture beyond classic Japanese plants? Bring in specimens that suit the style's sleek, minimalist look: horsetail,
dont always need color, green foilage is good too, bonsai! bamboo!
“cristal pintado” — Miguel Valencia
Lisette Voute Designs
3 Reviews
London Townhouse
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upholstery? No problem — simply add purple blooms instead to inject some colour. Hydrangeas are a great, stylish choice and come in a range of pinks and purples, or choose stocks, lavender or even an orchid in this year’s feted radiant shade, and then use this living colour as inspiration for a scheme.
Beautify with bloomsThere is something delightfully indulgent about a bunch of flowers in the bathroom. Add contrast with colourful blooms, like these hydrangeas, or choose heavily scented flowers for a pleasing aroma.Check out
“Love the flowers” — Laura-GaGa Lutton
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Cottage Garden Fusion
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The one thing with color that I really like are canna lillies. I love orange.
5. Canna liliesYou certainly can’t miss cannas when they’re in flower – their colourful blooms on tall stems create a dramatic display, particularly when planted in large groups. Cannas do best planted in fertile soil with plenty of moisture in summer. Ideal for warm and sunny subtropical gardens
“Sub tropical, great leaf colour.” — Robert Boden Design Pty Ltd
Kerrisdale Design Inc
South Surrey Condo
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6. Get in the habit of picking up flowers at the market. If making fussy arrangements stresses you out, vow instead to keep things fresh and simple. Pick up single-color blooms (white
out, vow instead to keep things fresh and simple. Pick up single-color blooms (white is always chic) at the grocery store or farmer's market and plunk them in any vase or pitcher you've got. Large flowers (like hydrangeas) and blooming branches offer a lot of bang for the buck.
out, vow instead to keep things fresh and simple. Pick up single-color blooms (white is always chic) at the grocery store or farmer's market and plunk them in any vase or pitcher you've got. Large flowers (like hydrangeas) and blooming branches offer a lot of bang for the buck.
“Black table, white chairs” — Martin Maher
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