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Farmhouse Hall
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These are dried leaves mounted on paper.
be collecting leaves along the way...
Cool leaves. Might be cool to lay leaf down and spray outline
I like the leaf images. I could spend a summer water-coloring leaves I find on hikes and then do something like that.
Fall leaves - put them in simple painted
modpoge onto cardstock. maybe use different colors of leaves
WALL DECOR These leaves make an organic (not to mention clever) statement on the wall. This would be a particularly fun project to enjoy with your kids or grandkids or neighborhood children. Have your diminutive helpers collect the leaves, then press
6. Savor leaves in the home. Last but not least, you can keep autumn's beauty alive by incorporating some long-lasting foliage — like this leaf collection — into your home decor.
“Pictures” — Cindy Brandt
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Chanticleer pear (pyrus calleryana or chanticleer pear) Good street tree. tendency not to litter leaves. Grows in pyramidal shape. Zones 5 to 8 24
Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous
“Element Lines: vertical lines provide a feeling of height, strength, and dignity” — dianapagu
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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(Aeonium spp) I think Aeonium has to be the winner when it comes to aesthetic diversity — with leaves ranging from pure black to colorful variegations, there’s an Aeonium for every taste. Its rounded leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here. Aeoniums are native to
? st georgeI think Aeonium has to be the winner when it comes to aesthetic diversity — with leaves ranging from pure black to colorful variegations, there’s an Aeonium for every taste. Its rounded leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here. Aeoniums are native to
I think Aeonium has to be the winner when it comes to aesthetic diversity — with leaves ranging from pure black to colorful variegations, there’s an Aeonium for every taste. Its rounded leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here.
“plants” — mickeybhosale
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
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Atlanta Botanical Gardens Spring 2012 Recipe
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25 to 40 days after sowing seeds, before the leaves get too large and bitter. Remove the entire plant while the leaves are young. You can also harvest just the leaves from the center of the plant to encourage a second crop. Pull individual chicory leaves from the outside of the plant or pull up the
arugula 25 to 40 days after sowing seeds, before the leaves get too large and bitter. Remove the entire plant while the leaves are young. You can also harvest just the leaves from the center of the plant to encourage a second crop.Pull individual chicory leaves from the outside of the plant or pull up the entire
remove the outer leaves of endive and escarole for a continuous harvest or simply harvest the entire plant.Harvest radicchio when the heads are full. In warm-winter climates, cut 1 to 2 inches above the soil level; plants may regrow.Harvest mustard greens by cutting off the leaves and leaving the stems or
“Planting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden” — barbmarcell
Incorporated
Laight Loft
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monstera leaves & dumbbells in my study
tropical leaves: Tropical leaves will, if properly cared for, last significantly longer than most floral bouquets. If you're harvesting from your own garden (lucky you!), cut in the morning before the heat of the day dries out the leaves. It's also recommended that you purchase your leaves in the morning
•Tropical leaves will, if properly cared for, last significantly longer than most floral
The understated elegance in this New York loft is greatly enhanced by the few philodendron leaves beside the classic chaise.
The understated elegance in this New York loft is greatly enhanced by the few philodendron leaves beside the classic chaise.How to get the most out of your tropical leaves:Tropical leaves will, if properly cared for, last significantly longer than most floral bouquets.If you're harvesting from your own
“plant” — allisonschulte
Grace Blu Designs, Inc.
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Children's Rooms & Nurseries
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Where can I find these giant leaves?
painted walls. got those leaves, too
Cute table and chairs, leaves from Ikea
the thing they did with the leaves
I have these leaves.
Like the ikea leaves
Paint incorporating leaves
Leaves for Declan's room
Leaves at IKEA...Boy nursery, leaves...the wall leaves...leaves-kids rooms
“Green leafs” — shawulette
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
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feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for
feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for
“WOULD LIKE THIS INT THE FRON BAR DITCH” — Cheryl Morris
Andrew Keys
'Helene von Stein' lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein')
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evening light. The silver tones in the leaves reflects every bit of light
Lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 8) has leaves that glisten in the moonlight. A ground-covering perennial, it has the most wonderful silvery leaves that have a woolly appearance. Leaves are often retained quite late into
Lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 8) has leaves that glisten in the moonlight. A ground-covering perennial, it has the most wonderful silvery leaves that have a woolly appearance. Leaves are often retained quite late into autumn or winter
Lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 8) has leaves that glisten in the moonlight. A ground-covering perennial, it has the most wonderful silvery leaves that have a woolly appearance. Leaves are often retained quite late into autumn or winter in mild areas, but the plant
“silvery accent” — Susanne O'Trimble Landscape Design
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