6,487 gardening tip fall Home Design Photos

Avila Valley EstateJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
partial sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall Bloom time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
to low once established Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall Bloom time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
Average to low once establishedLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 18 to 36 inches tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
Milieu DesignMilieu Design
Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter. How to grow Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia)
Love these fall colors...get a hay bale and use it as a fall table. Use the hay for some ecological project when winter arrives.
5a to 10a Water requirement: Average to low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 3 feet tall Bloom time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter.
5a to 10a Water requirement: Average to low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 3 feet tall Bloom time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter. How to grow Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia)
SedgesThe Garden Consultants, Inc.
state in the U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
state in the U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate
state in the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
I could see Cali doing this in the fall.
Great idea for a fall garden
Really like this for the trees in the garden
I would love to go all out with fall planting if I only had a staff as well as thousands of dollars in my fall gardening budget. Darn it all! As much as I love fall plantings and decor, I often find myself at a nursery or a farmer's market feeling
out: cornstalks tied to the front posts, a scattering of pumpkins at the base and a couple of mums flanking the front door. It looked great. Our first fall in the new house, we were in the middle of landscaping, and I didn't even try to do anything on the porches.
The Details - ContemporaryBAYBERRY NURSERIES
fall is beautiful for your life .
just love the colours of this autumn garden
Maple trees for my future garden
Japanese Maple trees are always brilliant in the Fall.
I like the fall color and the oriental touch.
orange jap maples for vibrant fall colour
Beautiful fall color! Stunning use of Maple trees. Great look!
Mediterranean Style Home and GardensDavid Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
This flagstone walk transitions to the side garden. David Morello
at handling foot traffic.Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
Ophiopogon japonicas, regular mondo grass-6", dwarf-2", plant plugs 6" apart in spring or fall and lightly mulch
grass is adapted to a number of regions throughout the United States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic. Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
grass is adapted to a number of regions throughout the United States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic.Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
great for fall &add pumpkins for halloween
Stone wall and gardens
Stones for gardens wall
Good fall decoration
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Front Ridge ResidenceMatthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Garden edging tips and bamboo tips
larger plants that blossom and I suspect have some fall color
"Rugosas are spectacular in the fall," says Cunningham. "The foliage is a lemon-butter yellow, and the rose hips turn a beautiful cranberry color."
Garden edges - Clump planting and mulched, planting bed w/ trench edges, blending into grassy area and wooded area
spectacular in the fall," says Cunningham. "The foliage is a lemon-butter yellow, and the rose hips turn a beautiful cranberry color."
The garden's edge is gradual. Instead of an abrupt end of lawn, casually (but thoughtfully) placed shrubs signal the boundaries of the garden.
natural look, good for when you want the bed to look more casual and relaxed. Now some might say this is not a "correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a s
Raised Bed Vegetable GardenEarth Mama Landscape Design
Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
purchased the beautiful iron wire forms pictured in the raised bed garden shown here. I have googled the life out of it and cannot find them. Thank you, Jill
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
local lumber supply. I think this particular garden would be too low for wheelchair access, but it would be very easy to make adjustments to accommodate.
It really depends on what you are growing. This is a zone 5b garden. The front half of the garden gets about 8 hours of full sun. The back half
Moss & Moss LawnsJ. Paul Moore Photography
to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing
add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states.Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing
Potager GardenThe Brickman Group, Ltd.
A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
How do you water this garden?
What do you use or plant to control pest in this beautiful garden
How wide are garden beds themselves? And how much did the brick cost you?
being a French student, Marie... this reminds me of the Villandry gardens... check them out
I hope you'll all forgive a small, uninvited tip: native soil is great IF its great. Horse manure can be full of weed seeds and very "hot" (look it up). Some places don't freeze hard enough to heave the ground (obviously not an issue in Chi-town). Homemade compost is often full of seeds, too. I wouldn't
Kind of a cool garden layout but alot of work to get it there.
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I love the layout design of this garden.
2 fall color mums in abundance, thick flat brick edging
colors scheme may be tweaked- fall mums?
fall: border of mums and ornamental kale
fall color, red house
Fall color--beautiful!
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