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Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
7 Reviews
Pavers and Hardscape
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love the grasses, dry bed and sedum
Garden 2013 Dry Creek bed w/plants around it.
Black stone dry creek bed plants Lovely!
Beautiful dry creek bed
dry creek bed...Dry Creek...Dry Stream...dry creek
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Simple Painted White Pumpkin and farm table
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before you paint, apply multi-purpose sealer and let dry completely
Wash, dry, apply multipurpose sealer, dry, then paint
paint to adhere. Allow the sealer to dry completely
Tip: Before you paint, apply a coat of multipurpose sealer, which helps to preserve the pumpkin and helps the paint to adhere. Allow the sealer to dry completely
Tip: Before you paint, apply a coat of multipurpose sealer, which helps to preserve the pumpkin and helps the paint to adhere. Allow the sealer to dry completely.
backdrop.Tip: Before you paint, apply a coat of multipurpose sealer, which helps to preserve the pumpkin and helps the paint to adhere. Allow the sealer to dry completely.
“Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Select a color that blends with the scheme of the room to create a sleek” — rabn22
Savvy Seasons
Fall Mantle Display
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beautiful color and can be turned into wreaths, placed on mantles, set in bowls, you name it. Natural leaves will dry and curl after a few days; for longer displays, press leaves under a heavy book to dry them flat, or use faux leaves from the craft store.
beautiful color and can be turnedinto wreaths, p;laced on mantles, set in bowls, you name it, natural leaves will dry and curl after a few days; for longer display, press leaves under a heavy book to dry them flat, or use faux leaves from the craft store
i like all the dried stuff, looks like easy storage and keep
beautiful color and can be turned into wreaths, placed on mantles, set in bowls, you name it. Natural leaves will dry and curl after a few days; for longer displays, press leaves under a heavy book to dry them flat, or use faux leaves from the craft store.
“The wreath” — Erika Adams
Metta Landscapes
Silver Dudleya brittonii
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Arizona, coastal Oregon, Baja California USDA zones: 9 to 11; varies by species (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate; prefers the wet winters and dry summers of Southern California
Arizona, coastal Oregon, Baja California USDA zones: 9 to 11; varies by species (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate; prefers the wet winters and dry summers of Southern California Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: Varies by species; low ground covers with projected inflorescence Benefits and
Arizona, coastal Oregon, Baja CaliforniaUSDA zones: 9 to 11; varies by species (find your zone)Water requirement: Moderate; prefers the wet winters and dry summers of Southern CaliforniaLight requirement: Full sunMature size: Varies by species; low ground covers with projected inflorescenceBenefits and
“Botanical name: Dudleya spp Common names: Liveforever” — karlaclement
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Sedum Matrona.jpg
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to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy to zone 2 or 3, this succulent plant is pretty much indestructible.
'Matrona' sedum (Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy
sedum (Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy to zone 2 or 3, this succulent plant is pretty much indestructible.
Thus stonecrop, like this 'Matrona' sedum (Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy to zone 2 or 3, this succulent plant
(Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy to zone 2 or 3, this succulent plant is pretty much indestructible.
Thus stonecrop, like this 'Matrona' sedum (Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens. Hardy to zone 2 or 3, this succulent
“Thus stonecrop, like this 'Matrona' sedum (Sedum 'Matrona'), is invited to the coldest dry gardens.” — katpur24
Missouri Botanical Garden
French tarragon
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zones: 5 to 8 Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 1/2 to 3 feet tall and 1 1/2 to 2 feet wide
Tarragon Botanical name: Artemisia dracunculus USDA zones: 5 to 8 Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement:
Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 1/2 to 3 feet tall and 1 1/2 to 2 feet wide
3. Mexican Herb Garden Marjoram Botanical name: Origanum majorana USDA Zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 to 2 feet tall and wide Add cilantro, spearmint and oregano to your Mexican herb garden
“Herb. Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus 'Sativa') .. French Tarragon is prized for its culinary value” — Monde Mode
The Yellow Cape Cod
13 Reviews
Fall Decor
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TheYellowCapeCod.com The front porch was styled with pumpkins, lanterns, cornstalks and oversized mums. The wreath on the front door was made with dried flowers from the homeowners fall wedding 14 years ago.
dried flowers from wedding to make wreath
Beautiful wreath. Nice idea to dry flowers from wedding and make a wreath
Love this story about the wedding flowers dried & made
Dried flowers from an event,,!!!! Good idea
Mack­lem was mar­ried in the fall 14 years ago. Her mother dried some of the flow­ers from the wed­ding and used them
Macklem was married in the fall 14 years ago. Her mother dried some of the flowers from the wedding and used them to make a wreath, which she presented to the newlyweds when they returned from their honeymoon. The
“Stunning wreath” — ccindy
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Peterson Property
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outdoor living space, flagstone hardscaping, retaining wall, bubbler, water feature, pondless, rock garden, Drainage solutions, french drain hidden by dry creek bed
french drain hidden by dry creek bed
french drain hidden by dry creek bed
Dry creek river design
Dry bed...dry riverbed...dry creek bed...Dry Creek Bed #3
“Dry bed” — riskman
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