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flowers. Grows in full sun to 4 to 6 inches in height and spreads 15 to 18 inches. Hardie to( - 40) Blooms from late spring to summer.
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GOOD WAY TO KEEP ALYSUM SEPARED FROM RAISED BED
circle from Mutual Materials in a 'Harvest" color with a 'Charcoal' Roman paver. The evergreen shrubs are llex crenata and Hebe buxifolia. Ground cover in front of the wall is blue star creeper.
t low-growing speedwells as a living-mulch ground cover in a shrub border or flowing between boulders in a rock garden.Planting notes. Speedwell is easily grown in average garden soil that is well drained.Shown: Dark blue spike speedwell (Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall sedum
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offerings. How difficult will it be to add just a couple more plants? About midsummer, when the squash is threatening to take over the garden, you’ve made enough jam to feed an army, and you’ve run out of people willing to take your fresh vegetable offerings, you realize that you may have overdone it.
Sow seeds. Get a head start on your summer vegetables and flowers by directly sowing seeds into the garden — it's much less expensive than buying transplants. Vegetables like beets and beans can be sown earlier in the month, but wait until the end of March to sow chard, collards, corn, cucumbers, pumpkins
Vegetables. Lots of vegetable seeds can be sown: lima beans, snap beans, beets, chard, okra, radishes and summer squash. Wait until late April to sow seeds for corn, cucumbers, eggplant and pumpkin.
worked. I'm from Puerto Rico, thatdoes not freeze. I also thought about using a plastic before adding the stones but I don't know if it affcets the soil or if it brings any other touble for draining.
Your title says "Is the grave useful..." but I catch your gist. From my experience, I'd say yes it will
depending on how it is irrigated it can still become puddly. If the gravel is deep enough then there shouldn't be too much of a problem, but it's not always the best solution for walkways. Does it freeze where you live? That could also cause a slight tripping hazard. (the picture you posted looks nice though
"Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. Many of our gardens seem to be compartmentalized, mimicking our lives. We wake up, go to work, go to lunch, drive home from work, pick up the kids, prepare dinner, watch TV and head to bed, only to repeat the process the next day. The garden spaces
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
raised area from entry out into yard and add stairs?
Grass and cement steps down from patio
Steps walking up from the lawn
Tiering from patio, width of tiers. Planters at the raised sections on patio.
love this terrace down from patio
grass seed type. Get recommendations from your county extension office about the types of grass for your area that grow well from seed, as not all do. Many of the cool-season grasses do well when started as seed, but be sure you get that information up front. Depending on the type of grass seed you'll
plan to use 2 to 4 pounds per 1,000 square feet. Each type of grass seed has its own spread rate, so again, be sure to read the instructions on the seed bag.
Ojanen_Chiou architects LLP
deck and garden
style) from homedepot. it was done 8 years ago so not sure if they have the same pavers
moss that can grow in around brick - what kind of moss is this?
We could even do a walkway to a deck for patio
like how the path is laid with grass growing betwen, and the wooden deck
Break up paver pattern with vegetation - here about 18 inch steps adds interest.
How I could use with my yard
D. D. Ford Construction, Inc
White' and 'Seed Pearl' on ceiling?
Lovely. How high are the walls and then to the peak of the ceiling? Thanks!
How wide are the ceiling planks?
Love the ceiling, how wide is each plank and is it a tongue and groove item? It looks like all the planks are the same size in length too.
How far apart are the beams?
BTW, how high are the walls?
Thank you for your help . . . we are placing the braces at 45 degree angles about 4 ft. in from walls so view through lakeside windows
are cut to land on the supporting collar ties so yes they appear to be the same length. Hope this is helpful.
I like how the beams are different but easy to make
rafter spacing is similar to ours
verticle piece attached to horizontal piece
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Full sun to some shade Mature size: 2 feet wide and 3 to 4 feet tall Benefits and tolerances: Spicy vanilla scent; attracts many butterflies; all varieties are somewhat adaptable to soil moisture Seasonal interest: Plenty of midsummer blooms followed by autumn puffs of seeds When to plant: Spring to midfall
puffs of seeds When to plant: Spring to midfall Cultivars of swamp milkweed include this white-blooming 'Ice Ballet'. The scent is irresistible to monarch butterflies and many other winged insects, like beetles, moths and flies.
white milkweed zones 3 to nine full sun to part shade attracts butterflies
puffs of seeds When to plant: Spring to midfall
Botanical name: Asclepias spp Common names: Swamp milkweed, showy milkweed, Sullivant's milkweed USDA zones: 3 to 9, depending on species (find your zone) Light requirement: Full sun to some shade Mature size: 2 feet wide and 3 to 4 feet tall Benefits
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
How do i make a bottle tree. What is on the tree to hold the bottles, i would love to this.
dowel rods to hold the bottles. Dowel rods and rebar come in different sizes so you want to make sure you get one that is strong enough AND fits in the bottles you are wanting to display. Use a spade drill bit that is the size of the rod and drill into the post at the angle you want. Insert rod and place
a post from the hardware store, you probably want to stain or paint it.
contrary; How does your beer garden grow? With bottles of blue and green and gold, On a rugged fencing pole.
bottle tree from dead tree trunk
Another cool way to recycling bottles
twist to Marcel Duchamps Bottle Dryer
going to make a Bottle tree.