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Cozy Little House
Outdoor Renovation
miniature garden in a pot too!
fairy garden in a galvanized pail
miniature garden. Take a look around — do you have a great miniature on show? Share your photo with us below!More: Maine's Fairy Houses
A single galvanized bucket can provide a lot of herbal goodness as well. You might be surprised at how much you can grow in a small space. Dividing the container into
“Fairy garden.” — sandiemg95
Plan-it Earth Design
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Fairy Garden
A Fairy house sits up on a log with a fairy ladder to reach it. Tiny conifers surround the area, and a tiny birdbath made from a shell is nearby. Photo by Amy Whitworth
ladder and tree house for fairies
love this whimsical fairy garden for the girls
need to make some more fairy houses and plant them around yard, and maybe buy some 'fairy doors' to put on a few trees and such
Mini Fairy House in the garden
use natural materials for a fairy house in
13. Fairy house. Small children are enchanted by other wee things, and the idea of a garden fairy house can be especially appealing. You can buy them, but it can be more fun (and is certainly more cost effective) to make one yourself using found natural materials.Fairy-house inspiration from a forest
“Fairy garden” — Amber Dawn
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Eagle Nest
Love the look. Where can i get containers like this?
I'm not sure where those planters specifically are from, but Inner Gardens has a few great planters that are the same modern style, and a similar color. Here's one to give you an idea: http://www.houzz.com/photos/169937/Inner-Gardens-Fiber-Cement-Arrow-Planter--outdoor-planters- Design Within Reach is
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
love the alignment and the containers!
apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive — it might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers had been used
“herb pots” — yoshiko
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I'd like to ask about the bottoms of the corrugated sections....IS there a bottom, or is it merely a landscape fabric beneath, or does the entire garden sit on a concrete pad, covered over with crushed stone for looks and proper drainage? I'm sure that places like Lowes and The Home Depot sell the
miniature garden, pots, vs in the ground, more contained
“New raised beds” — kabktb
Eclectic Landscape
I am buying used versions of this on Craigs list, for a country garden setting on a farm. I hope to reduce my bending while tending plants. I am sure they will require extra water and could get hot in the south. But for
some holes, or if you do a "garden Lasagna" set up, you won't even have to drill holes, just start with twigs and small branches in bottom, followed by smashed up pop cans, then paper, and finally dirt. Google this technique for more info & good luck! I plan to do raised gardens this year too due to a
I live in Sacramento area, would painting the containers white keep the plants from getting to hot here?
two nest together (one a little smaller) so I fit them in the back of a Mazda hatchback car easily. Drilling holes is easy. Then line bottom with garden fabric, put in 3-4 large upside down buckets so you don;t have to fill with so much soil) and throw in a bag of light weight lava rock around the
“Maybe something like this on south side of house, against the house” — polarbearsd
Looking to build a raised vegetable garden..
for side garden area ... with stones, maybe a fountain ... so no mowing :) and do dandylions!!!
Galvanized steel containers are imaginative and edgy, lending a sculptural quality to arrangements. This lightweight material wears well, making it a clever choice for a container garden.
isn't already included). You can easily incorporate a granular, slow-release fertilizer to feed your plants over a period of time.Read more about Container Gardens on HouzzMore: How to Pick a Mulch — and Why Your Soil Wants It
consider making your own potting mix. To create it, mix one part garden soil, one part peat moss and one part perlite or coarse sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using soil near any diseased plants; it’s actually recommended that you “pasteurize” it by baking it in an oven at 250 degrees for about
“Garden” — dudah1
Banyon Tree Design Studio
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Edmonds Residence
Back yard renovation: added new landscaping, fire pit, benches, patios, edible gardens, fences, plants
and run irrigation up through the holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting soil specially formulated for edibles.
Te name of these container are stock tank. I spent about 1h30 to find
Excellent containers for raised veg. Beds
Cool containers for a patio garden
This will work for raised garden
farm animals make chic containers to grow crops.
something. Don't have a huge yard? Not a problem. Get creative with container planting, a vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill.
Project: Container gardenDifficulty: EasyEstimated time: An afternoonWant an edible garden in raised beds but don't have the time or desire to do major c
“garden boxes” — scarlettemozamb
Judy's Gardens & Design
Willow Arch in a Palo Alto Garden
Willow Arch in a Palo Alto Garden
Fall in a Palo Alto Garden re-design. I designed a Willow Arch for this garden re-design project to go with the Willow furniture purchased for the new Secret Garden. The old lawn will be replaced with a low-water, no mow variety.
try. I don't know where that came from. I designed around the existing aggregate, which had been in this garden for many, many years. My dear client, wanted to keep some things about the garden that reminded her of her beloved husband and over 50 years in that house together.
Secret Garden plan. Great for the corner of the yard
Love this for a pray/serenity garden
the willow arch entrance to separate part of the secluded garden.
“Like the small and bigger stone mix” — skelly1229
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