backyard- increase pebble paths, add mulch around garden beds, kill grass first and put layer of
possible idea for back of shed. porch for top of side garden
While mulch is a great choice for a garden and mostly soft on paws, steer clear of cocoa mulch. The smell may be great
Pictured here is a Japanese-inspired garden with rhododendrons as the understory to towering pines. Japanese gardens celebrate forms and textures of many
plant new plants each year.More:Ideas for a Woodland GardenYour Soil: The Simple Secret to Gardening Success
obtusa ‘Gracilis’) for medium-size conifers. Once those are established, grow more plants for your property from vegetative cuttings of the specialty cultivars
Japanese garden and ground cover bamboo
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Informal front yard garden
Not everyone wants a sea of grass for a front yard. This pocket garden provides a "living" room just steps away from the front door.
What are the flowers growing between the rocks, please?
Ruellia can become an invasive pest and is not an intentional addition to this garden.
Informal front yard garden Not everyone wants a sea of grass
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
What are the names of the low growing succulents in the raised planter in the foreground of the photo?
colourful bark and berries lighting up the garden through the seasons, while also adding structure to the overall garden design. It is helpful to choose shrubs
downstair bedrooms with private gardens
Most routine garden work involves plant maintenance – pruning, staking and, in the case of
lower-maintenance garden. In addition to minimizing weeding, this mix will also require less watering, another time-consuming element in any garden.
lower-maintenance garden. In addition to minimising weeding, this mix will also require less watering, another time-consuming element in any garden.
soft planting has been achieved, with neither overriding the other.The gardens of Jekyll and Lutyens were geometric in layout but arranged with deliberate
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The woodland strolling garden combines steppers and shredded bark as it winds through the border, pausing at a “story stone”. Planting locations minimize
Looks like a shady garden but what evergreens are doing so well there?
Thank you for your comment and question. Many of the plants shown should grow fine under pines in Georgia. In Chicago our climate is much colder and our
Shady woodland garden. Looks like hosts and low growers
forest in the back garden - escape
Glass House in the Garden
Glass House in the Garden...my growing room :)...Garden House...Glass in the garden...Garage and garden shed?...glass house in the garden...Tree in planter for garden
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clean one span that gets all shade where my sprinkler hits it and some mold grows. I wipe it with some Clorox spray and good to go for another year. Clearly
Fences. Not every front yard needs a fence, but sometimes it helps to create a separation between the sidewalk and the garden. Front-yard
the corner with a sculptural focal point surrounded by a border garden.
This garden is totally about what's viewed by the owners. It has a stoutly
but sometimes it helps to create a separation between the sidewalk and the garden. Front-yard fences should not be the same type of privacy fence as in a
a backyard; they should be more open and friendlier, setting off your garden rather than sealing it off. Keep the fencing low, about 3 to 4 feet tall. This
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Pathways and Steps
the name of this beautiful purple flower and will it grow in Georgia?
Will these flowers grow in the shade? Are they perennials?
everything, including the landscaping around the stones and the plants that grow across the stones. Succulents?
Purple bushes fill large area and grow fast
Like the flow, path is good too as it is like stepping through the garden
are young trees so I am looking to groom them for 'viewing windows' as they grow.
too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are
they can lend a rural feel to a design, like in this photo. Also, you can grow shade-tolerant grasses and plants underneath them because of their dappled
Rocks in Garden: Clean and Natural
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