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Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Favorite Plants
Ideabooks180
Questions0
Totally unique to me a transparent begonia leaf with leaf background. Stunning Jay Sifford. Thank you. Happy Mother's Day 2014.
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“Totally unique to me a transparent begonia leaf with leaf background. Stunning Jay Sifford. Thank y” — babybasil
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Filmore Clark
4 Reviews
Sunroom
Ideabooks1,180
Questions2
early winter. Outdoors, set bulbs so the necks are level with the soil and1 foot apart. Water thoroughly, then keep the soil just barely moist until leaf growth starts. At that point water regularly (but don’t overwater) until leaves die back (all may not die completely). Protect against snails and slugs
Try using bitter apple or bitter orange spray to discourage leaf chomping, installing decorative fencing or wrapping netting around larger specimens, and placing houseplants out of reach. The amaryllis (Hippeastrum)
early winter.Outdoors, set bulbs so the necks are level with the soil and1 foot apart. Water thoroughly, then keep the soil just barely moist until leaf growth starts. At that point water regularly (but don’t overwater) until leaves die back (all may not die completely). Protect against snails and slugs
“flowers” — marisol888
Autumn Leaf Landscape Design
13 Reviews
Natural Pool Design
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Autumn Leaf Landscape Design
Autumn Leaf Landscape Design
The Interior Edge
13 Reviews
C - New York with a View of Central Park
Ideabooks14
Questions0
delineate that space from the living/dining room we dropped the ceiling, added a dome and placed down lighting in it. The dome is a 36" circle with a silver leaf faux finish. The accent lighting along the front edge adds a wonderful light source for the entire space. The walls of the foyer are a hand done finish
“Carpet” — dentonda
Barbara Pintozzi
March Great Lakes
Ideabooks106
Questions0
blooming. It is slightly earlier than round-leaved hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa). Both are semievergreen and might benefit from a bit of dead-leafing before blooming.
blooming. It is slightly earlier than round-leaved hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa). Both are semievergreen and might benefit from a bit of dead-leafing before blooming.
Pintozzi. "It is slightly earlier than round-leaved hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa). Both are semievergreen and might benefit from a bit of dead-leafing before blooming."Get her Great Lakes March checklist
“white wildflowers” — mary_sa
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Southport, CT
Ideabooks179
Questions1
Drop leaf table
Drop leaf table placement
“ceiling” — crabbylu
New Leaf Construction
1 Review
Broken Bow
Ideabooks3
Questions0
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“pendants” — ubundle
New Leaf Construction
1 Review
Mercedes
Ideabooks3
Questions0
by New Leaf Construction
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