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Deborah Silver and Co Inc
1 Review
Lakefront Landscape
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Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter box provides screening from an adjacent home. Deborah Silver
an adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered set of horizontal cordons, this is one of the easiest of the formal espalier patterns to create.
Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered
adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered set of horizontal cordons, this is one of the easiest of the formal espalier patterns to create.
Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here. Grown
Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered set of horizontal cordons, this is one of the easiest of the formal espalier patterns to create.
“vynuogiu tvora” — bumbum
Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Natural Modern
Ideabooks777
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run you’re going to want a container at least 18 inches tall and equally wide. For ease of moving, put it on a caster base, then enjoy juice from home-grown oranges, even in Maine.
run you’re going to want a container at least 18 inches tall and equally wide. For ease of moving, put it on a caster base, then enjoy juice from home-grown oranges, even in Maine
want a container at least 45 centimetres tall and equally wide. For ease of moving, put it on a caster base, then enjoy juice from home-grown oranges.TELL USWhat have you grown successfully in pots? Share your wins in the comments section below.
run you’re going to want a container at least 18 inches tall and equally wide. For ease of moving, put it on a caster base, then enjoy juice from home-grown oranges, even in Maine.See more on growing citrus treesMore:Containers Make Growing Edibles a Cinch14 Crazy Places to Grow Edibles
“Colour combinations” — lozza22
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
The Kitchen Garden
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garden designer london & home counties
they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems. Plant guides: How to grow the top summer crops
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems.
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems.Plant guides: How to grow the top summer crops
“tempting” — dilbatth
Renee's Garden
Kagraner Sommer Heirloom Lettuce
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resist bolting. Start with some of the loose-leafed varieties of lettuce and mix in other greens, such as arugula, chicory, chervil and spinach, for a home-grown salad mix.
resist bolting. Start with some of the loose-leafed varieties of lettuce and mix in other greens, such as arugula, chicory, chervil and spinach, for a home-grown salad mix
resist bolting. Start with some of the loose-leafed varieties of lettuce and mix in other greens, such as arugula, chicory, chervil and spinach, for a home-grown salad mix. See how to grow lettuce, spinach and other salad greens.
“Lettuce” — Leslie Yowell
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks14,500
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little bit of planning and careful tending. And how impressed will your dinner guests be when you serve them your very own Chantenay carrots with home-grown dill butter…
“planter boxes” — lkohli
Elad Gonen
1 Review
lanfsdcape
Ideabooks2,851
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Love the idea of a garden border along the guardrail to soften the harsh lines of a cityscape. Plus, there's the benefit of home-grown veg.
“Plants at the base changes the look of the guard rail” — ggglitz
A.S.D. Interiors - Shirry Dolgin, Owner
4 Reviews
A.S.D. Interiors kitchen remodel
Ideabooks11,771
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Shelf with home grown spices
“Tile” — nico0484
HomeGrown Landscapes
3 Reviews
Durham Landscapes
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This home is in west Asheville NC on a quiet and shaded block. The home owner was putting The house on the market and contacted HomeGrown Landscapes to design an easily accessible, flowing space with shade loving plants. on the left you see a native rhododendron and on the back right a grouping of Rose
“Love it” — ashleyharalson
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