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such a garden because of the deer. Is this structure tall enough and strong enough to keep deer out? Its so beautiful!
what the size of the entire garden? This
use 4x4 and 1x's for building this? Is that a wire in the same area you have the garden tools hanging from, what's on top of it?
You must have built a beautiful entry for this garden. Any way we could see more pictures?
This garden is unbelievably gorgeous. I see it is in a wooded environment. Curious if the fence helps to deter the critters! Would love to adapt this to my new home. What do they say about flattery?
This is beautiful. I have been trying to come up with a garden plan to fit my needs, this is
I like the way this makes the garden look classy.
Planting and care: Plant chard in well-amended, well-drained soil that has been worked deeply. Mild-climate gardeners can also sow seeds in late summer or fall for winter growth. Start inside or directly in the garden. Sow seeds about
Plant chard in well-amended, well-drained soil that has been worked deeply. Mild-climate gardeners can also sow seeds in late summer or fall for winter growth. Start inside or directly in the garden. Sow seeds about half an inch deep and 2 inches apart, then thin the growth to about a foot apart; set
Plant chard in well-amended, well-drained soil that has been worked deeply. Mild-climate gardeners can also sow seeds in late summer or fall for winter growth. Start inside or directly in the garden. Sow seeds about half an inch deep and 2 inches apart, then thin the growth to about a foot apart; set
Add to ideabook by Troy Rhone Garden Design Sow seeds. In the fruit and vegetable garden, sow black-eyed peas,
brick and rock next to garden
Sow seeds. Many vegetable, herb and annual seeds can be sown this month. For vegetables, sow lima bean, snap bean, chard, cucumber, okra, peppers, pumpkin, summer squash, tomatillo, New Zealand spinach, black-eyed peas and Malabar spinach. If you are adding to your herb garden, sow seeds for oregano
in their gardens, sow seeds for cantaloupe, honeydew and watermelon.Plan for some annual color with seeds for coleus, Cypress vine, four o'clocks, impatiens, marigold, moonflower vine, morning glory vine, periwinkle, sunflower, zinnia, gourds and gomphrena.Houzz guides to vegetable gardening
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Start More Seeds It is a good
fall/winter garden. Vegetable and flower seeds can be started now for your cool-weather gardens. Vegetable seeds to sow: •broccoli •cauliflower •kale •cabbage •winter squash Flower seeds to sow: •pansy •snapdragon •viola •alyssum Start them in seed trays, peat pots or pots made from rolled newspaper.
August gardening-Vegetable seeds to sow: ◦broccoli ◦cauliflower ◦kale ◦cabbage ◦winter squash Flower seeds to sow: ◦pansy ◦snapdragon ◦viola ◦alyssum Start them in seed trays, peat pots or pots made from rolled newspaper
Start vegetable seeds for the fall/winter
good idea to start seeds in waves. You might have planted some earlier, and you might want to plant another set now. If temperatures are still too cold, try starting seeds in homemade cold frames. Make sure you save some for a third planting in early May.
Meadow GardenNilsen Landscape Design, LLC
A meadow garden surrounds the property and provides a transition zone between the lawn and woodland border. Installing a meadow allowed us to reduce the amount of traditional lawn around the house, an important factor for this LEED Gold certified property. The meadow is low maintenance (mowed once
make wild flowe seed bombs. dry some clay, grind into powder, mix 4parts clay with 1 part compost and 1 part
Toss. Place your seed bombs out in a bed that looks a bit sparse. The rain will slowly dissolve the ball, and the seeds will germinate. You can use almost any seed — if you want flowers right away, use an annual seed mix. If you’re placing in the fall or winter, you can use perennial flowers that will
Vegetable Seedlings 2.jpgNoelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
outside and start planting your vegetable garden. To get a jump-start, grow vegetables and flower seeds indoors approximately eight weeks before the last frost date in your area. By that time, you will have eight-week-old seedlings ready to plant in the garden.
Urban LoftCielo Interiors
the focal point of this urban loft family room. Smoke glass reflects the eco-friendly, zip-line flame. Custom black and metallic gold Ikat chairs, seeded-glass pendant lighting, woven-wood shades and commissioned artwork and sculpture complete the look.
garden stool seeded glass
garden seat
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how to start garden from seeds see note
Get a Jump on a Cool-Season Vegetable Garden
support beans, then get one last harvest of peas in during the fall.How to start your garden from seeds
Select Cool Season VeggiesPlant cool season vegetables — primarily those grown for their leaf, root or tender seed pods — toward the end of September in Southern California.
January Great LakesBarbara Pintozzi
Put together plan for garden & add poppy seeds
Sprinkle bread seed poppy seed on top of the snow.
Sow seeds. January is the perfect time to sow seeds of hardy annuals and perennials that need a period of cold or stratification for germination. Some can be sown in containers outdoors, while others, such as these breadseed poppies (Papaver somniferum), should be sown directly into the garden. The seeds
seeds can be sprinkled on top of the snow where they are to be grown.
First on the list? Poppies! I was out this morning direct-sowing poppies in the snow. Hardy seeds like poppies need a bit of the freeze-thaw cycle to quickly and easily germinate in spring.
Gardening with Confidence® zinnia.jpgGardening with Confidence®
Toss Zennia seeds every 2 weeks after the last frost allowing for continuous fresh blooms. As soon as a plant shows black spot, pull it right out.
What to plant in June. After the last frost date, I direct-sow (toss directly into the garden) zinnia seeds every two weeks. Zinnias are
are prone to the fungal disease black spot, which shows up worse as the annual ages. Seeding every two weeks allows me to have continuous, fresh blooms. As soon as a plant shows signs of black spot, it’s pulled.
to plant in June. After the last frost date, I direct-sow (toss directly into the garden) zinnia seeds every two weeks. Zinnias are prone to the fungal disease black spot, which shows up worse as the annual ages. Seeding every two weeks allows me to have continuous, fresh blooms. As soon as a plant shows
The JungalowJustina Blakeney
make an herb garden with drawers
Landscape idea - throwing out an old filing cabinet? recycle the old metal filing cabinet by putting it in your flower bed/ garden. Weigh it down with rocks. Leave drawers open in different position and fill with soil. Plant flowers and vines that will eventually consume the cabinet
displays her air plants in a surprising way: in a pine apothecary chest found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles.More:Air Plants for Wall or TreeThe Indoor Gardener: Crazy for Cacti
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