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lot's of green and plants - I'm not really turned on by sod and the perfectly landscaped yard with no plants.
like the rock borders (Strongly prefer blue/gray/ blacks) along the pebble paths to contain the pebbles
I like the idea that the gravel is edged in rock so you cannot tell when it is "Messy"
this is the one (exterior colour idea)
Plantes naturel avec petit sentier en pierre
Planting notes: Plant in mid to late fall or early spring.Place the tree about 10 to 15 feet away from other plants to accommodate its wide spread.Dig a hole at least two times the size of the root ball. Place
trunk. This will help keep the moisture in. Keep the tree watered until it gets established but be careful not to overwater. Browse more great design plants
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Spring Lake-Dining Room
Hyancinth The water method. Use forcing glasses, containers or vases that will hold the bulbs just above the water and allow room for root growth below. Pick vases that won't tip over when the large flowers bloom. Place a bulb in your vessel and add water until it just
nice centerpieces. these plants can grouped together and put in one big pot. i think that will look nice too.
so the refrigerator storage method is not recommended for households with young children. Also, hyacinths contain oxalic acid, which can cause skin irritation for some people. Before planting, be sure to thoroughly wet the bulbs to reduce the effect of the oxalic acid, and wear gloves for protection
tyle glass chandelier that her client found, a solid wood parson's dining table, Danish Wishbone Chairs with woven seats, a sisal rug and a potted plant.Storage was also a priority. "We created much-needed storage space as well as seating with this dining room window seat," says Rich.
B. Jane Gardens
Travis Heights 1
what tey are since there very few or none in quebec, canada. Any idea?
What type of plant is that growing on the back wall , It's beautiful
What type of long leaf plant is that located at the bottom of the picture?
in the garden. Bright orange gives this slip of a hammock a big presence among the mature trees and green and silver plants.
Hammock area large pavers look nice
30 feet tall should be your focus. The size of smaller, decorative plants should be chosen based on compatibility with adjacent plants and other features in the landscape.And, speaking of size, remember that plants grow! Select a plant that won't outgrow its designated space once it's mature. You'll
You'll save maintenance time and expenses, and you'll be able to keep the plant in its natural form.
Love the nook! Looking out the large windows
love the bed and bench and maybe the plants
Plants in Master Bedroom
Small snake plants in bedroom
Bloempot, plant...Plants on the floor...container plants...indoor plants...potted plants
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
What is the small tree in the background immediately to the left of the large tree trunk? The leaves are yellow green and it's trunk appears dark.
Pavers with like planting in multiples.
to Asia, mondo grass is adapted to a number of regions throughout the United States, and is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic.Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
What is the type of creeper/groundcover used on the ground planting?
How large is the pool?
great idea for small space
semi above ground idea
patio idea near pool deck
container plants...potted plants...pool idea...Another idea....Small pool idea...front patio idea
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Privacy wall idea for hot tub
A raised pool with drainage for the plants! Why not?
YES, rocks, built in hot tub, NO grass. I would have plants inside the fence though
Hot tub decking idea
Pebbles idea...Hot tub idea....Great Idea!...Deck ideas...Jacuzzi idea...container plants...potted plants
examples of work
Love the thickness of those bougainvilleas! Is that several plants in pots maybe sitting on fence and hanging down? Thanks so much!
they are two plants in the ground.
as much as I remember, the rose is sunrise and the plant behind it is bouganvillea Tahitian dawn
Easy-care plants will give you a sense of accomplishment, boosting your confidence to try more. For indoor plants start with pothos or sansevieria, and for outside plants, consider Knock Out roses, cacti or evergreens like boxwood.
lushness of plantings and color combinations
what a plant needs, starting with the soil. In general, plants need a certain amount of sunlight per day and water per week, and the proper soil. Start with some easy-care plants in small numbers, and get to know those plants' requirements well before adding to your collection. Easy-care plants will give