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Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
how long does it take to get the grapes to grow that high? It was mentioned that you can train apples ect to also cover the top. How is this done? We are wanting to grow edible landscape to be more self sufficient but need to be able to shade some west/east facing windows in the
this in an area in back and make a siting area. Then do something similar along front and back of house but with different plants.
Can grow muscadines and figs and have shaded area for ooutdoor seating etc
Like the idea of growing grapes over the arbor, although don't necessarily want
grapes growing over an arbor with seating underneath. Imagine sitting in the shade on a warm day and simply reaching up to pick a handful of ripe grapes. Or better yet, sipping wine; it's certainly an appropriate use of the space. Just be sure to choose a surface beneath the arbor that fallen grapes
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
shade garden using classic garden favorites, including Hydrangea, Heliotrope and Ajuga. A path from the pergola leads to a tennis court behind the trees. Working with the arborist employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the
the vine growing on the pergola?? Thank you!
I love the green lawn, which I may never have, but will settle for an interesting
As part of assessing conditions, consider what you already have and what you you might want to remove. On our current property, there is an 8- by 80-foot bed that runs the length of one our yards and borders the woods. The previous homeowner installed a post and rail fence but planted
Skyline design studio
Mountain View Contemporary
for square foot gardening with style.
vertical garden against fence
Garden fence ideas...Garden fence...Place to grow herbs...side fence garden
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
i wish to have a herb
A tepee trellis is excellent for growing climbing vines in the veggie garden and adds an eye-catching vertical element to your patch of edibles. I especially love them for pole beans. Make one yourself by
their garden. "We grow a little bit of a lot of things." This year the couple's planted beets, two different kinds of kale, several types of beans, garlic, onions, strawberries, swiss chard, parsley and many other edibles.
When plants are small, combine care and harvesting by thinning the plants to about 2 inches apart and eating both roots and greens. Keep the soil moist until the seeds germinate, then continue to keep the garden well watered. Mulch will help keep the soil cool. Pests are few
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
Brick offset by green. What if that were mint or some variation of an herb garden??
This modern back garden design also uses brick paving
of the garden or as a functional feature to move water from one part of the garden to another. Rills set into a patio or paved area are ideal in gardens used by small children, where”
of the garden or as a functional feature to move water from one part of the garden to another. Rills set into a patio or paved area are ideal in gardens used by small children, where safety is paramount. They are also appreciated by wildlife, because the shallow nature of the rill makes it a perfect drinking
Crafts gardens tended to be gentle and understated. Linear paths and terraces were combined with mirrored water channels or rills.
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
TANK 2012 Client photographs
involving an architect / structural engineer / professional contractor and as far as I know a trellis like this cannot be purchased.
with ivy growing on it for year round privacy and green.
Think about the view from above. If you live in the city, an arched trellis like this one
city, an arched trellis like this one will ensure that no neighbors — not even those towering over you — can see what's going on.
like to do this in my small garden
An arched view barrier. Blocking the view from above. Wood or ny other interesting material
for your garden's wildlife. Slow-growing hedges, especially native varieties, will give even the smallest garden the benefits of providing shelter and food for birds and insects. The last thing a Slow Gardener needs in the garden is topiary or a fast-growing hedge that needs a lot of time-consuming clipping
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
Here garden and natural surroundings connect. Creating a divider pulls the elements
Highlight your garden's best views by creating places to look and locations to pursue, allowing the delightful destination beyond to be perceived as an impactful extension of the garden's visual reach.Employ techniques that frame and define: An opening in a dense hedge ignites curiosity about what's beyond. Here
distant garden is half hidden, but it is endowed with heightened drama. The designer has created a view in what was once an unnoticed area of the landscape.
other garden features. And as I'll discuss further on, walls that serve a strictly artistic purpose still need to fit with the rest of the garden, regardless of how eclectic your yard might be. Consider practicality. On the other side of the coin, it's important to match the materials, size, location
Formal in Noe Valley
need an evergreen plant for the PNW. Maybe an espaliered sasanqua camellia?
overgrown and reminds of an Italian garden
This has an almost Japanese appeal to it.
Grow Your Own Privacy Wall with Plants and Trees
Urban garden...Patio garden...Garden oasis...garden idea...Great garden...Garden ideas
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