7,678 mulch bulk Home Design Photos

Pat Brodie Landscape Design
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Pat Brode Landscape Design
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For this project we designed a chicken coop, raised vegetable beds made from stone and beds for cut flowers and herbs. Straw mulch was used in the pathways.
cutting garden straw mulch edible gar
“split rail fence” — schulane
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks796
Questions2
Walkway and mulch
Like the mulch
“black fence around air conditioning units” — colleen0527
Modern Landscape
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Love the wooden fence, the rich and dark mulch, and the timbers to separate the walkway from the beds.
Fence and dark mulch
“path, side of house” — Cynthia Charleville
Astrid Gaiser Garden Design, LLC
Very drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and year-round beautiful garden
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sub-surface irrigation, succulents, California Native plants, Mediterranean plants, arbors, gates, flagstone path, permeable pavers driveway, boulders, mulch, slate tiles Photo Credit: Anna Maria Irion / Astrid Gaiser
sub-surface irrigation, succulents, California Native plants, Mediterranean plants, arbors, gates, flagstone path, permeable pavers driveway, boulders, mulch, slate tiles
“rock seats” — Sarah Kammerer
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
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l berries throughout the season once the blossoms have set. If you live in a cold-weather climate, cover the plants with straw mulch by late fall. You can reuse the mulch the following spring if a late frost threatens. Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries
types; six weeks for June-bearing) to allow runners to spread. Remove any weeds and stray runners. Keep weeds down with straw or another light-colored mulch during the growing season. Pinch off the earliest blooms to let the plants concentrate on growth rather than fruit production. Pinch blossoms on J
“strawberries as a border maybe?” — hahancock
Happy Gardens
Xeriscape
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Mulch and stepping stones with plants
Love this look. softer to use mulch instead of crushed granite? Grass & bolders.
walkway through beds on mulch.
“rocks” — kimbacari
E. Wyse Nurseries, Inc.
Front Landscape
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stone mulch
Rock and black mulch
the rock mulch
“the rock mulch” — Lynn D. Bateman
Prime Gardens
Brentwood
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New sod, planting, mulching and irrigation system
OLLD 6/8
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