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Jamie Herzlinger
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Casa Blanca
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The perfect pattern for all over style! This
Fantastic Greek Key on window treatment!
Greek key...pattern carpet...greek key valance
“like the chair and concept of the curtains for bedroom” — Sheri Gottschall Wright
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Henry VIII inspired bathroom
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Varied pattern for tile with stripe
Greek key pattern...greek key...Greek key border
“Greek key pattern” — sarahbunny13
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
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Family Room
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These throw pillows, one with Greek-key detailing, are a perfect dose of green. Keeping all other colors neutral makes them stand out as focal points.
For the basics, think in odd numbers. Three objects always look better than 2 or 4. Our minds want to make patterns and too often we fall prey to
Originally a border used on classic architectural friezes and pottery, today Greek Key makes for a great border on throw pillows.
“Buena idea para el centro de mesa” — dkdef
Native Root Designs
Iris
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Like the white ones. The Iris flower might be best know for unfolding layers of terrific beautyIt's a good idea to plant irises in clumps, since this is
they typically grow in the wild. Plant four to five rhizomes together — but don't get them too close. Irises multiply every year, so leave a little space for them to grow. There is nothing worse than a line of single irises along a pond's edge. Avoid this, and plant them in groups instead.
7-10 (Check out the new interactive USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map) Water requirement: Moderate to none in summer
Common names: Pacific Coast Iris (PCI), Pacificas USDA zones: 7-10 (Check out the new interactive USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map) Water requirement: Moderate
“Gigisounders” — smartha
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
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New Introduction of the 2012 Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition. You can see why: The striking marks of dark green against the lighter green make this a dazzling indoor houseplant.
Calthea plant light n dark green
New tropical plant "Calathea Iancifolia" - very pretty
Calathea lancifolia was named Best New Introduction of the 2012 Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition. You can see why: The striking marks of dark green against the lighter green make this a dazzling indoor houseplant.
From Stewart's Greenhouse in Mount Dora, Florida, this Calathea lancifolia was named Best New Introduction of the 2012 Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition. You can see why: The striking marks of dark green against the lighter green make this a dazzling indoor houseplant.
“Calthea plant light n dark green” — yewfairy
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
entry garden
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Like paver color and pattern and plantings
Landscaping. Tells what plants are called
I like the height of the plants
Plants, colors, arrangement
Walkway and plantings
with names. Local plants
Plant varieties to consider
Mixed plantings - loose look
Plants for shade?...plants - grading...Several plants with
“Kousa dogwood” — rusticlassie
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Rancho Santa Fe, Lilian Rice, courtyard, row home, field stone succulents, fount
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Love the side area with stones and plants.,
drought tolerant plantings and rock edging
Pebble covered planting bed among flagstone
stone pathway and plants
Klipinleg, plante en veiligh tralies
Drought tolerant plants
plants for patio & front
“plants” — juliekkuhns
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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garden behind is hinted at and contrasted by the large plain wall and formal plants up front
7.6 - Landscaping - Adding Plants & Greenery
its essentials, keeping it simple while creating an attractive design. To fit with this doctrine, the planting within the garden needs to follow the same lines. Would a traditional, mixed drift planting meet this criteria?
“espejo” — german_varela
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