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The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
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more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly every state in the U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they
in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for a taller, more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly
more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly every state in the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they
“sedges in back part of lot” — kristin8
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows to a height of 1 foot to 1½ feet tall. It tolerates a wide range of soil conditions and grows in sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant
features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows to a height of 1 foot to 1½ feet tall. It tolerates a wide range of soil conditions and grows in sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant
irrigation. Native to Eastern Asia, liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch between them to discourage weeds until your lawn is filled in.
“No mud!” — emchels
J. Paul Moore Photography
Moss & Moss Lawns
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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 conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
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 conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to
of moss growing in your shaded turf, take a cue from nature and consider replacing your lawn with moss. It can take limited foot traffic once it has become established.
“it looks a lot like grass but isn't.” — stbarrett
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
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Juniperus horizontalis Common name: Creeping juniper Origin: Native to the northern U.S. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zone 4; find your zone) Water requirement: Medium to dry soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet Benefits and
horizontal growing Junipers, left to their own devices, create an informal break among the strong formal lines of the retaining walls.More garden weepers and creepers
Botanical name: Juniperus horizontalisCommon name: Creeping juniperOrigin: Native to the northern U.S.Where it will grow: Hardy to
with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority.Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
“I love his plant, what is it?” — tinamaries
Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
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Are the lights in the hedge a purchased piece
Where can I purchase the lights in the hedge?
I like my privacy, we here in south Florida planted clusias for our hedge (I believe the proper name is "ficus lyrata) very slow growing but should look good another 2 years from now!!!
Fast growing hedge of English laurel
English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people
Will this grow well in the South?
Let see security, privacy, beautiful, fast growing, how could I not pass this
English laurel hedge. Grows very quickly
for privacy: English Laurel hedge, grows so quickly maybe invasive.
The lights what a brilliant idea
this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive.
“Sometimes the best walls are made by nature. This garden wall is the perfect way to complete an outd” — AdvantageLumber.com
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
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herbs growing there , or just arranged , good design
My question is, are you growing or drying
ason-jar-wall-planter.html This pictured rack just the wooden boards vertically oriented and the mason jars are tilted. You can tilt them any way you want if you don't screw the clamps in too tight. My herbs were very unsuccessful but I was at a house with basically zero light, and I think I burned them
Growing plants in jars with no drainage will likely rot the roots and get the soil moldy within a week (could get kind of smelly too). Also, with no outdoor ventilation, little white bugs will swarm herbs. This plant wall would work well outside with supports to hold drainage trays, with little pots
Great if u have enough light in kitchen!
“Herb garden.” — kecline
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal
Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a
Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Chanticleer pear (pyrus calleryana or chanticleer pear) Good street tree. tendency not to litter leaves. Grows in pyramidal shape. Zones 5 to 8 24 to 35 feet high. Full sun
"litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full
“chanticleer pear tree” — sarahleeob
Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
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what are the light green, vase-shaped junipers?
and one of my favorites for low maintenance and year-round good looks is creeping juniper, a low-growing shrub that’s native to the U.S. and grows in a wide variety of conditions. In the wild it grows on rocky outcroppings in places like the Maine coast and British Columbia, so it’s adaptable to salt
trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees should be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood
The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees should be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to
“Creeping juniper” — bohkevan
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