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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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http://prairienursery.com/store/prairie-establishment-guide-ezp-15.html#.UmqcsCvk-zA This is an article about prairie landscape
either till the soil to expose the roots to air or broadcast the area with something like Roundup. I know it's not ideal to use the latter, but sometimes I wonder if the ends justifies the means — you need a clean slate to spread a prairie seed mix, and that mix must be spread on bare soil. Many of those
either till the soil to expose the roots to air or broadcast the area with something like Roundup. I know it's not ideal to use the latter, but sometimes I wonder if the ends justifies the means — you need a clean slate to spread a prairie seed mix, and that mix must be spread on bare soil. Many of those
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Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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Can you tell me more about the backsplash?
I'm writing about wide plank hardwood floors and would love to include your photo. I'm happy to give you credit and link back here (or to another site if you'd prefer)
I love this type of farmhouse porcelain sink. My husband is concerned about wear and tear on such a style of sink and wants a stainless. Has anyone had one long term? Pros? cons? Thank you in advance for your time!
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Island Gardens Company
Pathways and Steps
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Nepeta racemosa 'Walker's Low'. Perennial. Zone 4 - 8. From the web: "Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Thrives in dry soils and is very drought tolerant. Somewhat intolerant of the heat and humidity of the deep South..." Check with your local nursery
racemosa 'Walker's Low', aka catmint. Perennial. Zone 4 - 8. From the web: "Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Thrives in dry soils and is very drought tolerant. Somewhat intolerant of the heat and humidity of the deep South..." Check with your local nursery
The fact that the vegetation covers the edges of the stone steps makes them blend in extremely well with their surroundings.
“Nepeta in full sun - looks verrrry different from mine. (too much shade from nearby trees?)” — janetsr
McKinney Photography
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Tuscan House
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around their root zone, which better shade and cool the soil. All that being said, some studies show that a circle of mulch around trees and shrubs increases their rate of establishment and growth over the years. How’s that for conflicting info about mulch? Keep in mind, though, that a tree’s feeder roots
Wood mulch is good for your soil. Termites don’t like wood mulch, contrary to the myth my home builder told me when he saw I was putting it right up against the house. It also doesn’t suck nitrogen out of the soil as it decomposes; instead it creates awesome soil by encouraging microbial life.
But too much is very bad for plants. Let’s also talk about mulch volcanoes. You know, mountains of mulch piled up 1 foot to 2 feet against a tree trunk. I never knew my city was riding over a fault line filled
“Good house color with dark trim and facia. Nice garden too” — teresahardt
Michelle
Frenchflair
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with the red and pink flowers are rhododendrons. They generally bloom in May, In Vancouver, BC, and their flowers last for about three to four weeks. They thrive in an acid soil and in a mild climate (zone 8). They don't loose their leaves in winter, which is a big plus. Next year's buds appear at the
partial shade. It grows best in moist, slightly acidic to neutral soil with excellent drainage. Protect trees from southwest winds. . Thank you for your nice comment and good luck ! I agree with you: it's a gorgeous tree.
Yes it is.. About 45 Kms south of Vancouver. BC...
ND ALSO...IF YOU HAVE MOSTLY DRY SUMMERS/WINTERS,YOUR SOIL WILL BE ALKALINE.THEREFORE YOU WILL NEED TO ACIDIFY YOUR SOIL.
Hi, I was not familiar with the cryptomeria nana, but it looks rather nice. According to what I read about it, it seems that it won't grow as big as the weeping hemlock. So, it all depends on how high you want it to be. Mine are more than 10 feet high now.
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The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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opt for a tree species that is native to your area. It will be well adapted to survive in your particular geographic area according to the climate, soils and rainfall, and will be well suited for native wildlife.
the meadow is beautiful, but I would worry about ticks! The warm browns are pretty.
ground cover. This tends to work particularly well in weedy areas, since it prevents weed growth. But be sure to start the ground cover in weed-free soil first, otherwise the plant will have to compete while it's adjusting to its new home. In the late fall, after the flowers and grasses have spread their
opt for a tree species that is native to your area. It will be well adapted to survive in your particular geographic area according to the climate, soils and rainfall, and will be well suited for native wildlife.
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Style On a Shoestring
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Family Room
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wood trim. We have about 8-10 inches for the stone. It looks like that is about how much brick is exposed on the sides, and it looks great in this room
please let me know any info about the carpet. thank
My particular question is about the sectional sofa. Is it suede and where did you buy it? Nice job on the room.
outside edge of the mantel has about a 5" return), which isn't typical of true masonry fireplaces. Having said all that, you are correct about the the style "roots" of raised masonry hearths from the late sixties on . . . - By the way, I'm from the bay area. : )
Looks about 13' wide to me...
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Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath
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Jenny Rausch
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Soapstone is not tough, its beautiful but not tough. I have it in my kitchen and you have to be able to live with the fact that a fork can dent it. I consider it part of the charm
its about 42 wide on the sink side and 66 length wise
try Thermadore and Dacor as well. Its about 10" tall but you can go shorter
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