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Asian Landscape
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because they are specialty plants ordered in limited quantities by the nursery. Look for cultivars of Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) and Hinoki cypress
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fairly small, but some need a lot of room in which to spread out. Local nursery personnel can steer you in the right direction for trees that will thrive
“The trees !” — wshannon5
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A Japanese Garden
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council or online. If you are unsure, it’s always worth a trip to the local nursery to talk to some experts, or consult with a landscape designer.
“Panel” — sjohn1144
Sarah Greenman
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Flower Mound, TX: Greg and Holly Homer
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Galvanized tubs and buckets can help ease the transition from the nursery to the big kid’s room. Plus, they’re a cool alternative to toy chests and
“Metro shelving, here used on both sides of the beds, are easy ways to add storage to a modern room.” — Sutti Associates, Inc.
Ami Saunders, MLA
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Asian-style Waterfall
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growth rate and temperamental nature and can be scarce and expensive at nurseries. After planting, be sure to keep the soil moist yet well drained, and protect
“Painting” — ferdielg
Harrell Remodeling
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Media Room for busy couple!
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fireplace.More Designer's Touch:10 Tidy Laundry RoomsThe Kitchen10 Playful Nursery Rooms
“modern and tradirional” — jjhallowell53
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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AMS Landscape Design Studios
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you know which USDA Plant Hardiness Zone you're in, or go to your local nursery and ask them about the best options for your area. Consider what part of
“A pot for a Meyer lemon in rose garden?” — mcherpin
Teton Heritage Builders
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Pocket Ranch
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best of which is your local Cooperative Extension office. Local farms and nurseries are also a great place to see and learn about native plants. Meadow seed
“windows” — osmskir87
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