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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 2
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What kind of plants are the plugs around the tree?
cheaper than plants) and planting them, in stead of just spreading wood chip mulch.
boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are often a third the price of larger pots and give you more plants for your buck. In a worst-case
larger root-bound nursery pots. More plants. More awesome.
mulch maybe isn’t the best mulch. Designwise, I feel that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is
boring. If you can’t afford more plants, buy plugs, which are often a third the price of larger pots and give you more plants for your buck. In a worst-case
mulch maybe isn’t the best mulch. Designwise, I feel that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is
“mulch in the garden” — suzannewei
UnCommon INteriors
Roberto Lane
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Plants in large pots for living wall
Plant pots....Potted plants...Plants for wall...Plants in pots...Big potted plants...Plant/trees in pots
“Urn” — zalfaantoun
Urban Green
Del Mar Contemporary
Ideabooks459
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potted plants...Plants, tiles...Color without plants...Bird of Paradise plants...tropical plants...Plants for my balcany...Lush plants...love these plants...Patio plants
“Plants” — raneah
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse Landscape
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Yellow plants - coronation gold yaroow Achillea
In the tapestry style of planting, drifts of perennial plants were
color and height of plants - like wild not manicured
In the tapestry style of planting, drifts of perennial plants were interwoven, giving months of color from early spring to late autumn. These were very
for the larger species was required, as well as splitting and replanting plants regularly to keep them vigorous and flowering well.Today we can create the
“Round urns” — houses18
Addison Landscape & Maintenance, Inc.
17 Reviews
Rustic Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks1,610
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grass plants...Luv these plants...Interesting grass plant
“Fairy tails pennisetum” — nniederauer
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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Sure would be nice if the plants where labeled.
sculptural plants...patchy sparse planting...plant material...Plant ideas...reed (?) plants...plant choices
“Plants” — 5212musket
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
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winter cold temps in Las Vegas. Depending on the location of where its planted (protected from wind, etc), it should be alright, but some local nursery
growing conditions: It can tolerate some shade when small. It should not be planted directly next to any buildings as its trunk and roots become enormous..
Before you plant. While tree aloe is slow growing, it is certain to reach
Before you plant. While tree aloe is slow growing, it is certain to reach massive proportions eventually, including its trunk and root system
system. Make sure not to plant it too close to any buildings or structures. Native to tropical climates, tree aloe is frost tender and hardy to around 25 degrees
I want to plant "one tree" like this. SR?
“Wow!” — Ramsey Contracting
Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
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Does anyone know what this hedging plant is? It looks great!
I like my privacy, we here in south Florida planted clusias for our hedge (I believe the proper name is "ficus lyrata) very
pressing, consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive
English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive
pressing, consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive
“English Laurel - Privacy Hedge” — dondik
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