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Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
11 Reviews
View of house from beach
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The purple flowers are RED MOTHER OF THYME / THYMUS SORPHYLLUM. You can get more information about the garden for this project on Scott Lankfords Landscape Architects HOUZZ site. Thanks for asking ! Dan
requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summer
you stroll through the garden. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summerWild thyme: full sun, mid to late summer
you stroll through the garden. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summer
“Purple plants for front” — cjpagtakhan
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
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I'm crazy about this room. In fact, the room dimensions, fireplace and placement of the window is identical to my living room! My question is, if this room were to also include
I am about to paint my living room durability by Pratt and Lambert. I would like to know the color of the fireplace, molding and ceiling so I may do my molding
I sent you an email about the pillows last week. How can I buy these pillows from you?
facing the fireplace in my home ...there is no wall...this is where the front door is... coming from the wall behind the sofa....the room seem to be about the same size....my question is ....placing the sofa facing the fireplace...would that make the room seem even smaller....and how do you know what size
“Colors and level of formality” — ckim79
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
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spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let
let it drain, then add the rest of the soil. •Spread 3 inches of mulch atop the soil but do not let it touch the tree's trunk. •If conditions are dry or if you plant during the summer, make sure the tree is watered regularly, but be careful not to overwater. •To keep the tree from spreading, prune any
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees it seems alluring and mysterious.
“rocks” — jvs238
Dayne Keating
Red
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Hi...I found it at pier 1 about 10 years ago. Best bet now is goodwill or a garage sale.
leaves may be a sign of too much sun. Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering. Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot. Feeding: Requires
leaves may be a sign of too much sun.Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering.Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot.Feeding: Requires
“Colours” — Elma Goncalves
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
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Water the plants consistently and well during the growing season but don’t leave the soil soaking wet. If your soil is poor, you can fertilize lightly during the growing season, but you’ll need to be careful to avoid fertilizer burn. Keep fertilizer
that take nectar from behind the sunflower and the stems, not just from the bloom itself. An amazing annual flower that’s a hub for wildlife on dry soil.
that take nectar from behind the sunflower and the stems, not just from the bloom itself. An amazing annual flower that’s a hub for wildlife on dry soil
do you love about gardening? CA: I didn't know I liked gardening until I had space to garden. This place is called Richland for a reason. The soil is amazing. First I started a little perennial garden, and then I just went crazy and started digging everywhere. I don't know anything about gardening, and
“butterfly garden” — cocowagner
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
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with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
“asters bloom late” — grandma408
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Spruce St. Cottage
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Hi Michelle - thanks for your note. More images of this project can be found on www.kocharchitects.com/projects.html and select the "Spruce" project. Best, KA Team
Improved quality of life, however, is about way more than the money you save. All those home maintenance tasks, like cleaning and scrubbing and mowing and weeding, take far less time to accomplish
longer your unplanted soil is bare, the quicker weeds will once again stake their claim.Special considerations:Every geographic area has its soil quirks — too much rock, sandy soil, clay soil etc. Get to know yours so you can better address your gardening issues.Don't skimp on soil preparation when planning
Improved quality of life, however, is about way more than the money you save. All those home maintenance tasks, like cleaning and scrubbing and mowing and weeding, take far less time to accomplish
“The front porch” — lianzafloor
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
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How about if we used pebble rock instead of mulch around pavers or slabs stones?
base may result in some shifting over time, though the site is located on a sandy, well drained soil, which means that the stones will be less prone to frost heave and shifting. I would not do this on a clay soil, as you are likely to get more movement. Hope this helps. Jean-Marc
Sitting area, takes care of big paws pounding the backyard into dust but noted the warning about clay - sigh!
weeds, it also ensures the soil doesn’t dry out – in fact, it means you can reduce watering by more than 50 per cent. It’s worth re-applying mulch every year to minimise gardening chores … and maximise a relaxing weekend! If you use organic mulch, it will also help improve the soil.
“Dog” — D & J LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS
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