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Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
Vitis californica
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and low fence - this would work well with the new entry into the edible garden and low fence.
peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged. When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
require a trellis or another support in order to climb. Alternatively, you can plant the grape as a ground cover. It will actively spread, so be sure you have
results, plant it near a support and avoid transplanting it.This vine grows best in well-drained soil. Establish it with regular water after planting and continue
Planting notes. Not a fussy plant, California wild grape is adaptable to different soils and
Planting notes. 'Roger's Red' can grow several feet per year, so space is an important consideration. The vine is very trainable when it's young and responds
“Vines” — nicov75
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Tim Cuppett Architects
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Modern Farm House
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Sorry, I don't know the plants. Landscape designer was David Wilson of David Wilson Garden Design, in Austin.
I like the the big Vase by the Front-Door with a Garden planted
What are the plants in the container?...Shape, plant mix...Plants in Pot...like the plant...mixed planted pot
“8 inches of exposure” — ljones36
Seal Design Group
1 Review
JS 2
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leading to the front garden, wall with windows encompassing the entire front of the house.
Great landscape...Plants on front steps...Garden door...The plants...Plants on walkway to door
“Front Door” — jpmeier
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Landscaping
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outdoor potted plants to a shadier area of the yard or patio a week or two before you plan to bring them in. This will give the plants a chance to acclimate
indoors. If you are buying a citrus tree or other large potted plant now, invest in a plant stand on casters — rolling is so much easier than lifting.
Orange and blue tiles - mirror in garden
outdoor potted plants to a shadier area of the yard or patio a week or two before you plan to bring them in. This will give the plants a chance to acclimate
indoors. If you are buying a citrus tree or other large potted plant now, invest in a plant stand on casters — rolling is so much easier than lifting.
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“Awesome small space colours.....Lively!!” — Everyting Clean
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Tarrytown Modern Retreat
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I like the wood frame for the plants to climb up.
design is amazing! I love the lighting, recessed doors that highlight the landscaping and the natural looking door material.
Planting and lighting to walls cladding?
Garage door; wood with plants...Garden Garage
“Style and color” — lakara
Apex landscapes
Viewbank Project
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What the size of the garden bed next to the pool where the bamboo is planted? Whats the size of the decked lounge area by the
taking place. If you are in Victoria and after a pool or landscaping we are registered landscapers and registered pool builders and can help you from initial
two separate zones in which to hang out. The fire pit, lighting and lush gardens combine to make this poolside area heavenly day and night.More: Expert Tips
“Good use of the space.” — Nikki Jovicic
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
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Plants and flowers in containers on porch
shape of garden...garden next to my deck...garden entry...Cottage Gardens
“Backyard” — lasbrisas2
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
Douglass
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Save for Hayley to show planting down the fence
Boxes of plants against fence and grass
brnches and garden beds around fence...Patio and garden...lovely wooden fence and garden...Garden beds and deck
“bench” — oliverboekeman
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