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such a garden because of the deer. Is this structure tall enough and strong enough to keep deer out? Its so beautiful!
what the size of the entire garden? This
have the garden tools hanging from, what's on top of it?
You must have built a beautiful entry for this garden. Any way we could see more pictures?
raised bed garden. The fence is only 4' tall but what keeps the deer out is they pick up all their dog poop around the inside fenced area and place it around the perimeter fence line. The deer smell the poop and know there are dogs inside the fence. They haven't lost one vegetable to deer.
vegetable garden and also around our beautiful iron fence to keep the bunnies out. It works! We do not have a problem with deer...just small animals. Anyway I love you design!!!
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nice easy def of cottage garden
Cottage garden instead of a front yard?
Organized chaos. Edibles in the garden
tear out the grass and plant a garden!
Having a garden is much better for the environment than a lawn!
These kinds of gardens take the kitchen garden from the back patio to the front yard. See more
cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic predecessor of what I call the cottage-potage garden might have looked a bit like this garden, with edibles such as kale (in the foreground), herbs and squash (adjacent to the house) planted here and there alongside scented flowers and ornamentals.
A traditional cottage garden blends vegetables and flowers in a riotous mix of colors and textures. They stand in sharp contrast to the simple lines and white siding of the house behind them.
Gravel path Brick edge Great mix of cottage garden informal but still tidy
Gravel path to raised garden area
This garden mixes produce with ornamental plants.
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pruning, tip pinching. Continue deadheading to extend the bloom period of flowering plants.Cut back lavenders once they finish flowering. Pinch back tomatoes for increased yield. Tip: Pinch perennials that tend to get leggy to encourage fuller growth and increase next season’s blooms.
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vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
raised garden out of the lower deck
California GardenDepending on how quickly your climate warms up, there's a lot you can do this month — including winter pruning and planting of spring flowers and vegetables, which can be sped up by the warming effect of a raised bed, as shown. Deal with frost damage. If winter frosts hit some of your plants
in your garden. Set out cool-season vegetables. These include broccoli, lettuce, spinach and more. Swiss chard is really easy. Prune roses. Finish pruning this month except in cold-climates such as the high mountains. As a rule, cut back hybrid tea roses by about a third, and leave three to five canes
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
gravel garden Martin Residence Cardiff by the Sea, Ca
Ivy interior wall. Pots in garden. Greenery. Hedge.
Medieval enclosed gardens were enjoyed mainly by the wealthy, who could afford the cost of construction and
Using my very unscientific analysis method, I’d say this garden is 40 percent space and 60 percent stuff — hence the more intimate appearance. The garden has an obvious central axis, and the garden elements on each side of the imaginary line mirror one another. With the exception of
enclosed gardens were enjoyed mainly by the wealthy, who could afford the cost of construction and upkeep, but monastic gardens were also enclosed. Monks required seclusion for their contemplative lives, and the hortus conclusus gave them the required sense of security and seclusion.In this garden of today
formal garden? on a farm? why not!
Formal garden with ever greens and perennials
Design tip: Creating a focal point, such as this fountain set in a semicircle of green, adds needed interest, especially in a large space where the masses of similar beds could be overwhelming. In this space, which is very large, the bed and trees also serve as similar breaks but don't overwhelm the design
approach. The garden blends into the scenery, rather than competing with it. Tip: Plant more formal and nonnative plants near the house, as was done here, and use the natives on the garden edges as a transition to the” “landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into the scenery, rather than competing
with it. Tip: Plant more formal and nonnative plants near the house, as was done here, and use the natives on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.”
Tip: Plant more formal and nonnative plants near the house, as was done here, and use the natives on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.
mountain garden, penstemons and sedums take center stage. In the higher mountain elevations, plants are tucked into the available soil, usually between rocks and trees, rather than being densely packed like in the more open prairie spaces. This landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into
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great garden area, no fuss, and moveable. Like the smaller stone for pathways.
for the garden pits beside the wall
Like the garden planters
and the garden yard.
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