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Sedges
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IdeabookEmail Photo Sedge (Carex spp) Sedges feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness
Sedge (Carex spp) Sedges feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness
Grow grasses en masse as a focal point
Sedge (Carex spp) Sedges feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their
“Wood stucco glass and stone. Don't like paint color, but the use of wood stone and stucco together w” — scoventry1
Barbara Pintozzi
container carrots and lettuce
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Carrots and lettuce growing in a container taken by Barbara Pintozzi
Great example of small scale intensive home veggies growing
Planting and care: If you want your carrots to look like those on the seed packet, you need really loose, fine soil that has no lumps, stones or roots for as deep as your carrots will grow. So, even more than with other vegetables, soil
preferred size. The shorter the growing time, the smaller the carrot. Dig around carefully to pull them out. If you live where winters are very cold, you’ll need to harvest before the hard frosts. If your winters are not bitterly cold, but you still get freezes, cover carrots with hay or straw after the
Carrots have some problems with pests, particularly carrot weevils and carrot rust flies, but these are primarily problematic when plants are young. You may need to rotate your crop seasonally or use row covers until the plants are about 6 inches tall. Harvest: Start to harvest once carrots reach
“Finger carrots planting” — lindacalabro
Architectural Gardens, Inc
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Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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cover 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
cover 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
consistent 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.
“garden” — Suphat Plangnaraput
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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.
“Forest idea for our area” — rbicego
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
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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
concrete retaining wall can grow and control narrow space.
Oooh, hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper
hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper plants
creeping juniper--will it grow in Lake Tahoe
Botanical name: 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
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
“I love his plant, what is it?” — tinamaries
Portico Design Group
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Roxton
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herbs growing there , or just arranged , good design
My question is, are you growing or drying
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
This website basically tells you how to do it. http://www.notjustahousewife.net/2011/08/mason-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
This is a cool way to grow fresh herbs!
spring planting season. Try hardy varieties such as mint, parsley, basil and chives. You could also grow low-maintenance sprouts that grow within a week or so and offer great nutritional value. Try growing alfalfa, watercress, fenugreek, mustard and snow pea sprouts in a sunny spot in the kitchen. Sprout
“herbwall” — ziakayaban
Koreman Landscape Company
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Our work
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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
“evergreen” — gayleen1
Conte & Conte, LLC
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Vegetable Garden
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hardwood lumber, has details like mitered corners and smooth hardware, making them suitable for youngsters who want to stand at the edge and harvest carrots or radishes to their hearts’ content. And the capped walls are wide enough to double as seating — handy for someone with physical limitations.
Consider adding planters to grow tomatoes and corn!!
hardwood lumber, has details like mitered corners and smooth hardware, making them suitable for youngsters who want to stand at the edge and harvest carrots or radishes to their hearts’ content. And the capped walls are wide enough to double as seating — handy for someone with physical limitations.Mostly
“Raised beds” — debryce
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