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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina)
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bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina) photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Bluestem joint fir: full sun in alkaline soils with
Bluestem Joint Fir (Ephedra equisetina) Native to central China
Bluestem Joint Fir - Ephedra Equisetina
Bluestem Joint Fir Jocelyn H. Chilvers Save to Ideabook Email Photo
Bluestem joint fir is a large garden addition, growing 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 to
Bluestem Joint Fir resembles grass but stays green all year
Bluestem Joint Fir - Bush -no need to cut back. Stands tall all year. 4-6'tall x3-8'wide
Bluestem Joint Fir(Ephedra equisetina) Native to central ChinaThis bright blue shrub resembles a grass, but its erect stems stand tall year-round with no need to cut them back. Bluestem joint fir is a large garden addition, growing 4 to 6 feet tall and
“Bluestem Joint Fir (Ephedra equisetina) Native to central China This bright blue shrub resembles a g” — butterflypower10
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina)
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bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina) at Kendrick Lake Gardens, Lakewood, Colorado photo by jocelyn H. Chilvers
blue stem joint fir, drought tolerant
Garden - Blue Stem Joint Fir - good for dry, rocky conditions.
Botanical name: Ephedra equisetina Common name: Bluestem joint fir USDA zones:
(Bluestem joint fir) 4 - 6 feet tall and 3 - 4 feet wide. female plants have red, berry-like fruit in midsummer.
plant for mn ephedra equisetina or bluestem joint fir
Botanical name: Ephedra equisetina Common name: Bluestem joint fir USDA zones: 4b to 9 (find your
Botanical name: Ephedra equisetinaCommon name: Bluestem joint firUSDA zones: 4b to 9 (find your zone) Elevation range: Up to 7,000 feetWater requirement: Moderate to very dry once establishedLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 8 feet wideBenefits and
“ephedra equisetina” — lkarhat
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Huettl
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Dry laid pavers in control joints
Small blocks in joints for drainage and interest, perhaps a contrast color?
used as paving, cracking can be minimized by installing control joints when the concrete is placed. Control joints are essentially planned cracks that allow for movement caused by temperature changes and drying shrinkage. Handled well, joints can become an opportunity to line up and link various elements
Control joints are essentially planned cracks that allow for movement caused by temperature changes and drying shrinkage. Handled well, joints can become an opportunity to line up and link various elements of the design. Here dry-laid concrete pavers provide ribbons of interest within 6-inch joints.
“color” — Theresa Satterfield
Janof Architecture
2 Reviews
Front Elevation
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Very likely it's just stucco...the lines are expansion joints.
really like the stucco with joints and dark windows
Control joints in the stucco ?
control joints in stucco make it look like panels. no window trim needed
The control joints on the front elevation of this house reinforce the difference between the small windows and the larger ones to the right. The joints create a sort of abstract composition on the wall.
“design” — Jomar Adchag
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Corbino - AIA Austin Homes Tour 2013
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wood floors are easy on the feet and joints
Site sealed wood floor seals joints to prevent stuff in cracks
you also seal up the joints, preventing water and dirt from collecting in them. Material cost: $5 to $20 per square foot
Met hout vloere moet mens dit zeel nadat jy dit geinstalleer het soda al die joints ook gesel word.
Wood flooring in the kitchen ,seal the floor on site because it seals all the cracks and joints.
Wood A favorite flooring material for kitchens, wood is more forgiving on our joints than stone, ceramic, porcelain or concrete. It also looks and feels warmer than nonresilient flooring. Some drawbacks to wood are that it can get scratched
WoodA favorite flooring material for kitchens, wood is more forgiving on our joints than stone, ceramic, porcelain or concrete. It also looks and feels warmer than nonresilient flooring. Some drawbacks to wood are that it can get scratched and dinged easily, and it also must be protected from contact
“Low kitchens,all along one wall” — manuelah
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
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application as the grout joints appear to be 1/16". Typically grout joints an 1/8" or less should be non-sanded and grout joints an 1/8" or bigger should sanded. Grout joints that are 1/8" can use either non-sanded or sanded. The sand acts as a filler and stabilizer for larger grout joints. I typically use
application as the grout joints appear to be 1/16". Typically grout joints an 1/8" or less should be non-sanded and grout joints an 1/8" or bigger should sanded. Grout joints that are 1/8" can use either non-sanded or sanded. The sand acts as a filler and stabilizer for larger grout joints. I typically use
“white subway tile” — vanessasimpson1965
Leonard Grant Architecture
Mesa View Residence, Arroyo Grande
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Polished concrete inside and matte concrete outside with lines/joints aligned. FP
Lining up floor joint lines inside and out. Large blocks not on diagonal.
Concrete is used both inside and outside here, but the interior floor is polished. Lining up the joint lines inside and outside gives it a seamless flow despite the change
the internal expansion joint is mirrored outside
Concrete is used both inside and outside here, but the interior floor is polished. Lining up the joint lines inside and outside gives it a seamless flow despite the change in sheen.
Concrete is used both inside and outside here, but the interior floor is polished. Lining up the joint lines inside and outside gives it a seamless flow despite the change in sheen.
“The doors” — Scott Mix
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
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designer strives to eliminate air leakage altogether. This requires an aggressive approach to joint detailing and sealing. Much of the contractor’s diligence and care is hidden from view behind the wall plane. The joints where the wood and plaster volumes meet is an extremely tight ½-inch reveal. This preserves
volume. The care that has gone into making these buildings meet at a single ½-inch joint is hard to overstate. It takes a builder who cares as much as the architect to realize a building like this.
Sealing. The joints on this house, both visible and concealed, are an integral part of the entire design strategy. Passive houses seek to capture and retain as much of
requires an aggressive approach to joint detailing and sealing. Much of the contractor’s diligence and care is hidden from view behind the wall plane. The joints where the wood and plaster volumes meet is an extremely tight ½-inch reveal. This preserves the separation and reinforces the sense that one volume
“Wood detailing” — Dan Noble
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