6,900 gardening tip fall Home Design Photos

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Moss & Moss Lawns
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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
“SHADE, MOSS” — jackdawrook
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Willow Arch in a Palo Alto Garden
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Willow Arch in a Palo Alto Garden
Fall in a Palo Alto Garden re-design. I designed a Willow Arch for this garden re-design project to go with the Willow furniture purchased for the new Secret Garden. The old lawn will be replaced with a low-water, no mow variety.
try. I don't know where that came from. I designed around the existing aggregate, which had been in this garden for many, many years. My dear client, wanted to keep some things about the garden that reminded her of her beloved husband and over 50 years in that house together.
fairy garden, but big enough for humans.
Willow Arch In A Palo Alto Garden Fall in a Palo Alto Garden re-design. I designed a Willow Arch for this garden re-design project to go with the Willow furniture purchased for the new Secret Garden. The old lawn will be replaced with
“Colors and arbor” — gjohnson60
Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
Woodvalley Residence
Ideabooks6,779
Questions5
this grass stands out like no other in the garden, making it a perfect addition in front of tamer-color plants, walls and fences.
and fences.USDA zones: 6 to 9Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 18 to 24 inches tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring; prune in late winter or early spring.
into a water garden for a shot of color from both the planting and the reflection it creates.
Japanese Blood Grass(Imperator cylindrical)Looking for a striking red-hued grass? Check out Japanese blood grass. With its ruby red foliage, this grass stands out like no other in the garden, making it a
“Great outdoor space and house style.” — mkellyva
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Santa Ynez Ranch
Ideabooks1,114
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Good watering tips plus great photos of raised beds.
Awesome for a backyard vegetable garden.
4x6 make nice box gardens than 2x6.
garden at back. plants in wooden crates.
An higher garden plates is good..
Garden for upper area
The garden. The garden.
raised, boxed gardens
Flower garden idea-wood boxes
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“I like the raised boxes” — tswaim72
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
Ideabooks16,171
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A classic fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
What are the dimensions of this garden?
This is what I am making for my garden
Possible use on a balcony adapted to smaller size if nec. Hose system great for container gardening
Ooooo soaker hoses! Good idea in container garden!
and will turn it off (and sometimes on) for you. Soaker hoses can be snaked through garden beds next to the plants. Attach a hose to them, turn them on and let the water slowly seep into the ground. For an edible garden, choose one in which the water seeps out of the sides rather than sprays out the top
nicer, the plants are healthier and life is easier.Your turn: What small fixes are you glad you added — or sorry you didn't add?More: 100 Contractor Tips Every Homeowner Should Read
“Use for soaker hose” — spritecan
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks14,839
Questions3
The garden beds are so cool! How did you build them?
How much did it cost, and how long did it take for you to build them? Did someone do it for you, or did you hire somebody? Where did you get the product! Thank you! please reply asap im working on a garden. thank you :)
so the chickens can roam the garden area?
an "open" garden shed is nice
Planning for fall, raised beds, greenhouse, perhaps a cover like this to pot in?
Garden and shed and green house
“Vegetable Gardening” — marciakarag
Saucier + Flynn, Ltd.
Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks1,181
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Beautiful garden layout. Great water tips.
Raised (amended) beds for veggies & herbs, border & gravel paths for cleaner access, location near house, plus tips on amending clay soils & watering
Garden space w grassy area -- on slope!
I love to garden!!!!!! I cannot garden where I live, apts. yikes.
Stone wall around yard/garden. Excellent idea for our yard/pool area in the new house
into amending your clay soil, be strategic about where you do it. A raised veggie garden bed, or a garden bed near your front door or back porch is a great place to focus your amendments. The linear beds in this garden are nicely designed and easy to access, so amendments can be added on a regular basis
Clay Soil BasicsAmendments. Gardening in clay soil is a great workout, but I have learned the hard way that some plants — like root vegetables — just won’t thrive without heavily amended
“Walkways” — sweeks0502
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks100K
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interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a room without a ceiling. Cheers, Rick
This was one of two original exterior doors off of an 85 year old house. The other is also used as a gate on the other side of the garden. The doors have been finished with marine grade exterior paint.
for the fence if the plan is for it to be visible. We never intended it to be seen. The door is now surrounded by the hedge which leads to a woodland garden. Cheers, Rick
doesn't make sense to paint out the beauty of some woods). 4) Most importantly, what makes you happy when you sit in the space! My own yard is a woodland garden, therefore I leave most, if not all wood surfaces in a natural state so as not to distract the eye from the feeling of being out in the forest. If
“door” — pdqserv
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