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The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
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english laurel hedge- privacy- love the coverage
love love love the English laurel hedge!
Natural Fencing option: English Laurel Hedge
aren’t pressing, consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find
Hedge - English laurel or skip
“Skip laurels” — ycupala
CYAN Horticulture
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Lavandula angustifolia GettyVilla, LA.jpg
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English lavender - full sun, 1.5 ft tall 2.5 ft wide
English lavender, Good under pine trees?
English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) As hardy as boxwood, and almost as popular, is English lavender
English Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia)As hardy as boxwood, and almost as popular, is English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). Of smaller stature, with
“silver mound?” — kimmybee123
Annette Tatum
Bohemian Modern Bungalow
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way to redo white sofa. remove skirt. English arm.
An English arm with a T-seat cushion is another one of my favorite upholstery details. This look is elegant yet also still casual. The fit is precise and
English arm with a T seat...English arm with a T cut...no skirt...English arm with T seat cushion...English arm and T seat cushion
“Can we find this kind of leg for the club chairs?” — gmckeen
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
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Custom Millmade Staircase
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or better red oak. They were stained using 2 parts dark walnut & 1 part english chestnut. Thanks!
fabricated in red oak. We used a combination of Minwax's Dark Walnut & English Chestnut for the stain. Good luck!
oak. The stain is a combination of Minwax's "Dark Walnut" and "English Chestnut". Thanks!
2 parts dark walnut & 1 part english chestnut.
Dark walnut/ English chestnut, sandy white walls
floor--2 parts dark walnut, 1 part english chestnut
2 parts dark walnut with 1 part english chestnut
Dark walnut and English Chestnut mixed stain on Red Oak Floors
Minwax dark walnut and English mix
“Oak post- dark walnut and early American finish” — Contractor
Frank Organ
Stepover Hedging
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The laurel is the standard English laurel that is pruned throughout the growing season to keep it compact.
English Laurel (here Otto Luyken) as step-over hedging.
English Laurel(Prunus laurocerasus)Common laurel is another tamable low hedging plant. It's an evergreen shrub that can easily grow to 20 feet tall and
Another consistently green option for hedging is cherry or English laurel. The one shown in this photo has been pruned judiciously to keep
“Low hedges, not boxy shaped” — foxfire1382
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Mountain Lodge
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custom mix of Jacobean and English Chestnut. Thanks!!
The floors are Oak the stain is a Minwax custom mix of Jacobean and English Chestnut. Thanks!!
floor color - jacobean and english chestnut
flooring - mix of Jacobean and English chestnut
color of floor stain; mix of Jacobean and English Chestnut
jacobean and english chesnut..like this...jocabean and english chestnut...jacobean and english walnut...jacoabean and english chestnut...jacobean and english chestnut
“island lighting” — wendyoconnor123
Le jardinet
October check list
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English bluebells (Scilla non-scripta) can be used to provide color in the garden before perennials emerge. In this woodland garden the unfurling Hosta
English bluebells Where bluebells will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees
hyacinths. There are English bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta), shown here, and Spanish bluebells (Hyacinthoides hispanica), below.
Bluebell (Spanish bluebell, English bluebell)(Hyacinthoides — Endymon, Scilla) USDA zones: 4 to 10, depending
need some water in summerThough there are some differences, Spanish and English bluebells are closely related and will often hybridize naturally. The Spanish
Spanish bluebell is taller and a better choice for warm climates, while the English bluebell prefers cool summers. Both naturalize well and look best in drifts
“Bluebells (Hyacinthoides spp)” — The Wesleys
Kate Jackson Design
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Traditional Living Room
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a T-cushion. So the terminology is English arm with T-cushion.
cushion style, and not just the arm alone. This particular arm is called an English (or sometimes London) arm, but you can also see that the seat cushion wraps
cushion style, and not just the arm alone. This particular arm is called an English (or sometimes London) arm, but you can also see that the seat cushion wraps
around the front of it. That is called a T-cushion. So the terminology is English arm with T-cushion.People with more traditional tastes tend to prefer this
English arm with a T cushion
“Sofa, lamps, side table” — mcbell
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