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Las Palmas Viejas Courtyard
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Where is this community? It looks European and I love it!
other favorite foods. Do you have a similar tradition in your family or community? Tell us about it and share pictures!
Beautiful community...Love the community feel
“Med Homes” — sudhirproject
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Greenhouse Living
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extension offices also have resources for native plants and wild plant communities, with a wealth of knowledge about what works best. Near me I have the
Community Garden...community building
“NAtive plants” — qcryan
Contemporary Landscape
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planting palette and plants that happily grow together to form a stable community.
“i love theses pretty flowers” — mjkjrobinson
Becki Peckham
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
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Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
depart from community tradition." she says. "My neighborhood, a Newfoundland outport, has a quiet, slower pace with an emphasis on community and creativity
depart from community tradition." she says. "My neighborhood, a Newfoundland outport, has a quiet, slower pace with an emphasis on community and creativity
“Ky” — Angie Hagman
Nicole Kistler Studio
UpGarden
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a thriving community garden. More important, it brought a neighborhood together through teamwork and cooperation.
community of ideas & of people and Nature (ourselves
uptown Seattle Queen Anne community rooftop garden on
according to volunteer hours. A community lawn area was designed as well as a communal growing space for food banks. The community proposed converting an Airstream
Seattle's UpGarden transformed an unused parking structure into a thriving community garden. More important, it brought a neighborhood together through teamwork
“plantings” — 1020colusa
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Less Lawn More Garden
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gardens, building community benches and even just barbecuing in your front yard are all great ways to connect with your community.
gardens, building community benches and even just barbecuing in your front yard are all great ways to connect with your community.
“Sitting area in front yard” — bacichica
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Great Design Plant: Wild Bergamot
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degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2a to 8b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, meadows and savannas; naturalizes in old fields
Native to all of North America. Hardy USDA zones 2a to 8b. Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, meadows and savannas; Soil requirement: Medium
degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2a to 8b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, meadows and savannas; naturalizes in old fields
“Wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)” — mecodd
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
ORDER WITHIN NATURE
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advantage of public parks, walking trails, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces, and you won’t feel so boxed in.
advantage of public parks, bushwalk tracks, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces and you won’t feel so boxed in.
“A magic meadow...” — Dana Veach
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