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debora carl landscape design
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in wall with planting behind it.
I love the grassy plants and the yellow
Raised flower beds...desert plants...Backyard plants...Plant and seat
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Beautiful espaliered plants - what plants have you used here please?
This is such a unique landscaping job. I wonder how they did the plants going up the wall. I would really like to do something like this in my back
The circle but I will put flowers and a fountain in it with grass around it
the wall design the bench the plants near the tree
Espaliered plants on wall circular interest with grass
encourage more fruit or flowers in a limited space. But here in this Sydney garden it also helps to break up the impact of a high plain wall and creates
Espaliered plants. Espaliering basically means that trees or vines are trained to grow horizontally against a wall – it’s a traditional technique to encourage
Inspired Garden Design
Please could you tell me the name of the orange flowered shrub. Also the feathery leaved plant at the top left of the
I love the height and colour of the plants. Also
Love the combination of planting....red echinacea plants tall and striking...Orange flower with acer...Planting and steps...The plants for the Coast...Cool planting...the plants...The planting...Orange Flowers...purple flowers
on the hillside on the left, what are those 3 -4 big green spikey plants, that look like irises? (They're
were the landscape architects who worked on this project. These specific plants are Miscanthus sinensis.
Plant tall blue flower at the top of boulders
rocks used to retain hill, plants fill the space
miscanthus sinesis green spikey plants
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
Central Park West
Yes please, what's type of plant or tree is that? Beautiful
flower box bench...plants and built-ins...bench with flower boxes...Diverse plants...Design & plantings...deck plant idea...Seating and planted at fence
I would estimate the above growth to be spring of the plant's second season if it was planted from a pot.
on the plants on the pergola which I prefer
Like the plants climbing over the cover for the pergola out in the back yard.
The plants growing on the frame- I could uxe metal frame.
Start from grafted plants vs. seedlings for quicker blooms. Wisteria is best suited to USDA climate zones 5-8. Train new plants by choosing one or a
and you can suspend items like candleholders, paper lanterns and hanging plants from their rafters.More: DIY: Turn Your Carport Into an Outdoor Dining
orlando comas, landscape architect.
Hollywood Residence - 02
Miami-Dade County requires them to be planted at a spacing of 35' average of your street frontage. I will rather see them planted at 50' o.c. and Becky is correct
I picked up some Cinnamon ferns which resemble these but have a brownish flower.... my front yard is so similar to this, it is truly magnificent, all though
between full shade and direct sun throughout the day. You can gain shade by planting new trees and let in more light by hiring an arborist to thin branches
4. Shade trees. The easiest and most cost-effective way to add shade to your outdoor space is to plant shade trees such
year round in the right climate. Design tip: Not all trees do well with plantings underneath; many, in fact, will suffer from overwatering or root competition
Love the planting sunder the oak trees...12-21-14 nice view, all mass planting
these used for composting and then planting or are they strictly raised beds?
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
sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using soil near any diseased plants; it’s actually recommended that you “pasteurize” it by baking it in an oven
a bagged mix or create your own, add an organic fertilizer to ensure the plants receive the proper nutrients to flourish. (Check the label on any bagged
can easily incorporate a granular, slow-release fertilizer to feed your plants over a period of time.Read more about Container Gardens on HouzzMore: How
Is the material safe for edible plants?