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Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
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NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Composite Deck, Planter Boxes, Container Garden, Plants
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NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Composite Deck, Planter Boxes, Container Garden, Plants
This wrap-around NYC roof garden design in the West Village features a custom-built planter 15'x30' made of red cedar and filled with a lush mix of evergreens
evergreens, spiral junipers, and flowers. Read more about this garden on my blog, ....
Planter boxes and container plants on rooftop terrace
keep some color in the winter garden is by incorporating plenty of evergreens into the landscape. Even a rooftop garden with a mix of evergreens will
4. Add some garden greeneryThese easy-care gardens are a welcoming sight in the fast-paced inner city, where
where concrete and bright lights tend to dominate our every day. Raised garden beds and timber decking gives you the chance to get back to nature any time
Plant small evergreens on roof deck????
“roof” — Waleed Nabawy
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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the way this one is integrated into the landscape. The stone wall and plantings around it are breathtaking, and even the balls themselves fit right into
hillside planting...Contained gardens/planting boxes...Raised garden...Plants above wall. Idea...Plants are succulents...exteriror plants se plagia...slope planting...coral plant
“Brick face” — meganbopp
Living Green Design
High Tech Chic - Vertical Garden
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High Tech Chic - Vertical Garden
container garden...plants on wall...vertical garden
James Wagman Architect, LLC
5 Reviews
New York City Rooftop Terrace
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container garden...top garden
NATALIE SERDIUK
n_serdiuk
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Are these used for composting and then planting or are they strictly raised beds?
Looking to build a raised vegetable garden..
great containers for qrowing garden food.
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
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
SoilThe best way to tell if a plant needs water is to feel the soil. If the first inch or so of soil is dry to the touch and the plant has average water requirements
Is the material safe for edible plants?...clever choice for a container garden.
“Drain culvert planters!!!!,!” — highlandeb
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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What plants are in the pots other than Angel's Trumpet?
Love the variety of height, color, plants and simple pot design!
BrugmAnsia with other plants in same...container gardens...Plants & pavers...Garden idea...Potted plants...Portes plants...Orange plant...Beautiful containers...large container plants...container garden...Front n back garden containers...Pots with plants...Containers on deck...container plants...cottage garden...Container Garden...potted plants
“el borrachero en matero” — manesbustamante
Burpee
Zinnia Zahara Double Fire
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long blooming season for zinnias. Great container garden plant.
Zinnia Zinnias are perfect for container gardens, as they bloom nonstop until frost. They
vegetable garden border with Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty' (zones 4 to 8) and some chartreuse coleus.
ZinniaZinnias are perfect for container gardens, as they
What Else to Do in May in Your California GardenThe best planting move is to set out heat-loving vegetables and flowers, such as the
lovers including petunia and nemesia. Grow from seed or buy young plants from the garden centre.
spots. Plant summer vegetables. Not too late. In fact, tomatoes and peppers set out as seedlings usually start stronger now than if planted earlier.
Easy to plant from seed. Zinnia
“seed annuals” — Carol Bucknell
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
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Lathouris Garden
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the property to mark the flower color changes of her deciduous dahlia plantings.
long-standing trend. Opt for native grasses, ground cover, vegies and flowering plants over lawn, and you’ll be creating a bio-diverse mini-ecosystem that’s good
that never go out of fashion. Arrange a selection of various-sized pots and plant with succulents, cacti and grasses for an eclectic, homespun look.
size and shape of stone containers....Reminds me of my own garden
“Garden succulents” — Amanda Belden
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