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Terrascapes Landscape Design
Grasses and perennials dress up the entrance
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caution above. Water requirement: Medium to wet Light requirement: Full sun to part shade Mature Size: 2 1/2 to 5 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates dry conditions, wet soil, air pollution; prefers full sun but will take light shade; attracts birds Seasonal interest: Flowers are showy
mounds of narrow green foliage and bottle brush-like silvery-pink to purple flowers, both of which mature to shades of brown. Noteworthy characteristics: Good cut or dried flower. Care: Grow in light, average, well-drained soil in full sun. Cut back previous year's foliage by early spring. Propagation: Divide
“hardy plants” — burnsgentile
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Prideaux Design
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lomelii) Common names: Slipper plant, lady’s slipper USDA zones: 9-10 Water requirement: Water monthly or as needed Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: 3'-6’ tall x 3'-6' wide (clumps) Growth rate: Slow Environmental benefits/concerns: Drought tolerant; attracts hummingbirds; can cause
“plant” — arizonakaren
Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils
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East stenciling technique using stencil brushes.
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Stencils Shading tip: Don't apply shading on all sides of a leaf or other object. Light and shadow in nature depends on the light source. So just choose which side of each element will stay light, and shade just the opposite side. Don't sweat it too much, Makaeva says. "I often start shading on one side
element will stay light, and shade just the opposite side. Don't sweat it too much, Makaeva says. "I often start shading on one side, then forget about the light source and shade the other side, and in the end it looks great anyway!"
choose which side that will stay light and shade opposite side.
Shading tip: Don't apply shading on all sides of a leaf or other object. Light and shadow in nature depends on the light source. So just choose which side of each element will stay light, and shade just the opposite side. Don't sweat it too much, Makaeva says. "I often start shading on one side,
“Add to ideabook by Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils Shading tip: Don't apply shading on all si” — ilhamperisi
Littman Bros Lighting
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Tech Lighting 700TDECSAS Echo Wall Sconce
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Tech Lighting 700TDECSAS Echo Wall Sconce
place the bottom of the shade just about at eye level.
This lighting would be a great compliment to the bath we're remodeling ... but since it's a shared bath, I'd be sure they are able to be installed on dimmer switches - so you can set the mood.
make sure the lights are not placed too high, where the bulb can be seen, since this can cause eye fatigue from the bulb's glare. Instead place
using decorative lights with shades on them, make sure the lights are not placed too high, where the bulb can be seen, since this can cause eye fatigue from the bulb's glare. Instead place the bottom of the shade just about at eye level. Someone in a wheelchair will need to have the lights at a lower level
“Lights and walls” — loralyn777
Empire Development & Construction
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Blair Barn House
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covered outdoor living area sits just outside the interior great room. Designed as a cool, shaded spot for hanging out in the summer, the space was built like a post-frame building by by Tony Szak of Empire Development. Slatted
slatted screens provide welcome shade from the hot sun in the Blair Barn. The screen is also effective in reducing uncomfortable breezes. The tilt-out screen opens up the space to the views, while the mix of vertical and horizontal slats create interesting light and shade patterns inside. See more of
slatted screens provide welcome shade from the hot sun in the Blair Barn. The screen is also effective in reducing uncomfortable breezes. The tilt-out screen opens up the space to the views, while the mix of vertical and horizontal slats create interesting light and shade patterns inside.
“open” — MPJ Dream Designs
Windsor Companies
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Windsor Companies
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Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Shade or partial shade; some can take sun Mature size: ½ foot to 2 feet
love the waterfall in the hill and the lighting
names: Impatiens, balsam, touch-me-not Botanical name: Impatiens USDA zones: All, depending on the species Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Shade or partial shade; some can take sun Mature size: ½ foot to 2 feet Growing tips: It’s probably best to put out seedlings in the fall. They are fairly
names: Impatiens, balsam, touch-me-not Botanical name: Impatiens USDA zones: All, depending on the species Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Shade or partial shade; some can take sun Mature size: ½ foot to 2 feet Growing tips: It’s probably best to put out seedlings in the fall. They
“Waterfall” — donivar
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Snow Princess® Alyssum
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zone) Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 3 to 9 inches tall and 6 to 12 inches wide
Alyssum: It can tolerate high summer temps but prefers light afternoon shade and moist soild so be sure to pair it with flowers w/similar
prefers light afternoon shade and moist soils, so be sure to pair it with flowers with similar needs. Alyssum seeds are quick to germinate and can be started indoors several weeks prior to the last frost.
alyssum - full sun to partial shade
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima (Alyssum) USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 3 to 9 inches tall and 6 to 12 inches wide
“Alyssum” — Monde Mode
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Serviceberry Allee
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Sword Fern Polystichum munitum USDA zone: 4a Water requirement: Able to withstand dry summers but prefers cool-weather moist soil Light reqirement: Shade or partial shade Mature size: 3-foot by 3-foot spread Soil type: Does best in organic soils but can stand the most acidic conditions Environmental
unthirsty plant, grows in shade, side yard
ferns with rock path in shade
Plant 'Sword Fern' shade, low water
Sword FernPolystichum munitumUSDA zone: 4aWater requirement: Able to withstand dry summers but prefers cool-weather moist soilLight reqirement: Shade or partial shadeMature size: 3-foot by 3-foot spreadSoil type: Does best in organic soils but can stand the most acidic conditionsEnvironmental benefits:
“granite chip path” — sjc1531
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