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James Dawson Landscape Design
vertically and just naturally drooped or were planted horizontally? Nic
panels and then hung on a frame. As they sit in the image they are perpendicular to the wall face.
like the asia eqstem and water feature
exterior and interior solutions to increase curb apeal and grow food year round.
This photo shows an installation at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. Designer James Dawson is flexing his green muscles
mix of material and textures zen feeling
Love the feel of this garden and the shaggy looking climber plant.
This photo shows an installation at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. Designer James Dawson is flexing his green muscles in the varied plantings found here: vertical green, green roof and hanging plants. The shagginess of the Giant Liriope green wall anchors the space
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Wide flower bed of perennials surrounding the front of the house
fave= types of flowers along side of house
Like color of siding and trim.
love all the landscaping and the shingles...
Fertilize flower and vegetable gardens. Early in the month, work some compost or organic fertilizer into your flower and vegetable beds so the soil is ready to go when spring hits. Try compost teas, liquid fertilizers, worm castings, cottonseed meal or compost from your own compost pile. Rake the mulch to
the side and work the fertilizer into the top couple of inches of soil, then rake smooth and replace the mulch. Ask your nursery for a fertilizer recommendation — nobody knows the local soil and typical garden problems better than the staff at a good local garden center.
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
front yard and want to start from scratch:)
front yard and even if we could do a consult via email or phone that would be wonderful.
plantings, flowering and interesting leaf color.
If your yard ends at a fence rather than a body of water, you can still use the same principles. A border filled with shrubs and trees helps disguise the fence line and adds interest and depth to the space.
Beautiful selections of green and flowers. Well landscaped.
ground and balance the overall design.
Vacation-proof your garden. Before leaving for the lake cabin, be sure your garden will get the care it needs. If you're only going away for the weekend, you'll probably be okay, but longer periods of time will take a toll on your flowers and shrubs. Ask a neighbor
Seattle Area Architect
Houzz Award Winner
Houzz Award Winner
Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
Aiken House & Gardens
String a white hammock. Got a lot of color in your flower borders? White
in your flower borders? White goes with everything, and a traditional rope hammock is a practical way to enjoy the scenery. It's also easy to take down and store at the end of the season.
concrete poles for hammock in the garden
climbing flowers is a great alternative to a metal frame or no available trees to place a hammock.
color combinations of the flowers in the background
from and a graceful twining habit. Other vines might take over your hammock, but clematis will grow peacefully and stay in its place.
Chill. Take in the pleasures of the August garden: read a book, play some music and take a nap.More:Planting guides for your California gardenBrowse flowers, plants and
Van De Voorde Elemental Design Group
San Francsico Flower and Garden Show 2003
Francsico Flower and Garden Show 2003
Francisco Flower and Garden Show 200
heights and the colors
curbing and walls for garden
Cactus garden ... layered and could
Low water landscape. Never seen succulents so beautifully arranged and planted
love the terracing and plants. not sure where they would work. Probably partial sun spot.
large and small succulents, gray-green plants.
in the garden? Go xeric. Unlike high maintenance and high water use gardens, July in a xeric (low-water) landscape is mellow — with little to no work or water required. Stone, topography and highly architectural succulents in a range of forms, textures and foliage color make for a rich, drought-tolerant
reducing garden duties this month to finding a shady spot to hang the hammock.More:Ideas for your California gardenBrowse flowers, plants and garden designs
Calluna vulgaris 'Long White'
in the garden between the first flush of summer blooms and the late summer show of reblooming perennials. If your garden is looking drab, head out to the nursery and pick up a few Scotch heathers (Calluna vulgaris 'Long White' is shown). The wide variety of foliage and bloom colors fit into every garden
If your garden needs something taller than a 2-foot heather, an Encore Azalea could fill the bill.While August's dry heat can be worrying for gardeners, just remember it's a natural part of our climate and a great excuse to get outside and enjoy the warmth.More:Planting guides for your Northwest gardenBrowse
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garden, and they're freshly in bloom so you can choose the colors that work for you.Another great plant for this time of year is the new Encore Azalea, a reblooming Azalea that just keeps going. While it has the traditional spring flowers we expect from an Azalea, it also blooms through late summer/early
green and ripened red bell peppers taken by Barbara Pintozzi
Plant red, green, yellow and orange SWEET peppers to start.
summer, and don't forget to keep an eye to the night sky around August 9 to 14, 2012, when the Perseid meteor shower sparkles the heavens.More:Planting guides for your Great Lakes gardenBrowse flowers, plants and garden design ideas
lengthwise and basted with olive oil onto the grill with the peppers. Tomato and cucumber salad in vinegar and olive oil is refreshing in summer, but you can eat only so many tomatoes. Can the surplus or make spaghetti sauce to freeze. If you still have surplus from your vegetable garden, consider donating
vegetable garden. The peppers are ripening to their fullest flavor. Bell peppers can be hollowed out and stuffed with a meatloaf or meatball mix and baked in the oven, or they can be roasted in the oven or on the grill for sandwiches. Zucchini bread is a tasty treat, or toss fresh zucchini sliced lengthwise