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Tony Crisafi / Drex Patterson
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I was told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they are tall they look empty at the bottom. How can I get the look you have here with plants at bottom? the watering is different for each plant.
What kind of trees are the ones in the pots?
base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6" size probably, with deep plastic saucers to hold them, and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants individually.
THE TREES APPEAR TO BE FICUS
Thank you. I appreciate your info for future. I decided to stack large pinecones spaced well and sprinkled pieces of colorful dried flowers in and under the pinecones. I water the trees thru
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ruth, indoor 'gardens' ... largely depends on where you reside. in india, one either has to have an 'open to sky' (punctured ceiling) area, with a reasonably deep pit for the soil. the open to sky could be covered with a poly carb sheet, depending on the annual weather conditions. indoor plants like
open up for the pear tree
I like this. it would be nice in an indoor pool room..... just saying
indoor garden veeery cozy and invitin
couple of trees stand alone with a few short plants in the bottom. Antique woodwork surrounds it, creating an eclectic feel.
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Great Pond
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e the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
We are planning to put structural support posts both upstairs and down in our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live in
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly, stripped of their bark, and left to air dry during the early construction stages. During framing, the timbers were notched and secured in place over them, and during the remaining phases of the job drying continued
finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
Love the tree columns and the natural light.
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Dabito
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Buy an indoor plant and put it in a nice pot
Tree for front area?
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kind of tree is this?
The tree...jade tree...Indoor dwarf tree...indoor plant...of the tree?
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Gabriel Builders Inc.
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Gabriel Builders
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This indoor tree fort has a tubular slide and a climbing wall that can be used no matter what the weather is.
slide and indoor treehouse fort.
Indoor tree house...FUN
Indoor Tree house...Tree house...indoor play yard
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Olga Adler
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Global Chic
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What kind of tree is that?
indoor plant by the window side
Love this indoor tree
Indoor trees are pretty low maintenance - and I love the way this green works with the red.
tree in corner
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Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Wicker Park Loft
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Schef­flera can be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for in­door tree is
Schefflera can be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find, you might try schefflera in its tree form. As you can see, the
Schefflera can be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find, you might try schefflera in its tree form. As you can see, the tree isn't dense like a ficus
bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find, you might try schefflera in its tree form. As you can see, the tree isn't dense like a ficus, for example, but what it lacks in greenery it makes up for on account of its forgiving nature.
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Kathryn Ivey Interiors
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DC Residences
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I can see a few of these fiddle leaf figs in my home to create an indoor park.
Uhh, a real tree in the house
Indoor plant - use terracotta pot
potted tree. Purchasing a fiddleleaf fig (shown here) or another potted tree as a baby is inexpensive, and if well cared for, it will last for many years. Be sure to ask for detailed care instructions when you purchase your plant, and place it in a spot with adequate light when you get home.3. A pair
“Indoor fig tree” — joydenney
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