6,482 gardening tip fall Home Design Photos

Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
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More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
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I love this fountain and would like to include it in the addition to my back porch I'm having done next fall. I'm collecting the materials now and live in a distant state, and I'm sure can't get you to do the landscaping. So my next best option is to get the fountain.
water feature front or back garden
“Water feature” — switzerw
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be converted into workshops, a shared central garden, private terraced gardens, and many shared spaces and amenities. Anderson Gardens has been featured in Northwest Homes and Gardens Magazine in the Fall 2003 issue and Cottage Living Magazine in the fall of 2005. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer featured
description of the original renovation under Anderson Gardens is located above Lincoln Park in West Seattle. The houses share a unique sweeping western view of Vashon Island and the Olympic Mountains. All four houses surround a large common garden dedicated to the owners of the original house. The size
“Windows” — eliotbeaubien
Kim Rooney Landscape Architecture
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Contemporary Hardscape
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water away from the rockery and fall into a basin of Mexican pebble. A second large piece of stone was secured vertically under the direction of the designer on site to hide the liner and the pipe. Both stones were doweled into the rockery. The effect of the water falling is like a series of ever changing
gorgeous built in seating and garden
“wall/Bench” — Fasoldt Gardens LLC
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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A view of one garden space leading to another to draw you in, so you can experience the property and grounds from many points of the property.
Seasonal interest: Mounds of leaves in the spring; blooms in mid to late summer, often into the early fall When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.
a garden with center water feature
“path ideas” — Lolly Pgwin
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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White Garden
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to grow well. It gets white flower spikes in the summer around June/july and if you cut them back after they flower sometimes you get more flowers in fall. I found a link for more info for you. I hope this helps! http://www.wrightmanalpines.com/plant/salvia-argenta
The plant is Salvia argentea. It needs full sun to grow well. It gets white flower spikes in the summer around June/july and if you cut them back after they flower sometimes you get more flowers in fall. I found a link for more info
“White flowers” — dulcechula
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Lancenight
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outdoor kitchen, slate pathway, stone pathway, outdoor fireplace, outdoor kitchen, water fall, pond, outdoor living space, exterior design, lush foliage, northwest landscaping, landscape lighting.
Lavington house garden
terraced garden, pathways, pond
water fall...End of the garden...Outdoor garden...Front Garden Idea...Water garden
“Size” — jime2570
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
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NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Bluestone Paver Patio, Deck, Planter Box, Fall
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NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Bluestone Paver Patio, Deck, Planter Box, Fall
smaller terrace off the master bedroom is charmingly intimate and features a mix of serene evergreens and comfortable lounge chairs. Read more about this garden on my blog, www.amberfreda.com.
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
container garden...roof garden
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'
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Love the idea of putting this in a rock garden to contrast with greens or Japanese Maples...nice way to carry a Borneo Black theme across the garden if we go with the Borneo Black outdoor furniture we already have.
in a bold chartreuse or deep red. How to use it. Mass plant black mondo grass or use it as a planter accent, along a path, or in a rock garden.
planiscapus 'Nigrescens') has gained popularity as one of the most uniquely-hued and easy-to-grow plants out there. As with many perennial grasses, fall is a great time to plant black mondo grass. Opt for well-drained, humus-rich soil for a favorable planting. Botanical name: Ophiopogon planiscapus
shade Mature size: 12” tall x 12” spread Tolerances: Drought Black mondo is a low-maintenance, cold-hardy and pest-free plant. Plant spring through fall in rich, well-drained soils with medium moisture. As a slow-growing and non-spreading perennial grass, it may take longer for beds to fill out than
“so goth” — H K
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