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Falling Waters Landscape
9 Reviews
Mozart 1.0
Ideabooks553
Questions0
Add some rock. Small river rock or cobblestones are an attractive complement to simple plantings, and they can effectively take the place of organic mulch. While this works especially well in areas with heat and drought, it's a great option for any curbside garden. Be sure
an attractive complement to simple plantings, and they can effectively take the place of organic mulch. While this works especially well in areas with heat and drought, it's a great option for any curbside garden. Be sure to use river rock that is at least 1 inch in diameter (not tiny pea gravel) to avoid
Small river rock or cobblestones are an attractive complement to simple plantings, and they can effectively take the place of organic mulch.
“simplicity” — westr70
koolbeanzzzz
South FLA Landscape
Ideabooks2,500
Questions1
Creating islands - similar to our front garden area.
For succulent garden in front. Like pot tipped to side.
Rock garden...Front entry garden...front garden...tipped pot...PALM GARDEN...rock garden
“landscape look” — bahaykubo504
Urban Gardens Inc.
3 Reviews
Fire Pit
Ideabooks2,484
Questions2
flagstone fire pit and blue stone patio by Urban Gardens Inc
Fire pits. Fire pits are a wonderful gathering area, and constructing a fire pit out of flagstone can create a very organic and natural appearance. Depending upon the design of your desired fire pit, this can be a DIY project or one that is commissioned out to a masonry
Fire pits. Fire pits are a wonderful gathering area, and constructing a fire pit out of flagstone can create a very organic and natural appearance. Depending upon the design of your desired fire pit, this can be a DIY project or one that is commissioned out to a masonry or landscape crew. The interior
“Always use firebrick.” — Environmental Design Studio, Inc.
Lisa Benbow - Garnish Designs
2 Reviews
Organic Contemporary with Whimsical Pops
Ideabooks2,095
Questions9
If you blend Contemporary Lines with Organic Materials you get a end result that is both current and comfortable. Using organic materials such as linen, cerused oak and wool floor coverings lends you a living room is that both inviting and impressing. Add accessories that are simple and elegant such
my style: organic contemporary Organic Contemporary with Whimsical Pops If you blend Contemporary Lines with Organic Materials you get a end result that is both current and comfortable. Using organic materials such as linen, cerused oak and wool floor coverings
love the contemporary lines with organic materials and creamy color
"ORGANIC CONTEMPORARY" WITH TOUCHES OF WHIMSEY
“Furniture” — mimimumps
Amy Renea
Spring Garden
Ideabooks593
Questions0
continue to build a garden foundation.
Foundation Plant - rosebush called knock out-bloom and bloom and bloom with few pests and problems. Another plus: Cuttings root easily, so you can continue to build a garden foundation.
the foundation of your new garden. There are a few characteristics your foundation plants should have: • Fairly fast-growing • Disease and pest resistant • Easy to care for • Propagate easily • Blend easily Basically, you want a plant that you can put anywhere in your garden with ease. It needs to be
Planting notes. Make sure your soil is loose, fertile and well drained, and choose the sunniest site in your garden for planting. Dig a hole twice as wide and as deep as the container your rose came in, then gently remove the rose from its pot. Loosen up its roots
“flower” — MCC Excursions
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Collingwood
Ideabooks18
Questions0
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Swick's Organic Landscaping
rock garden...woodland garden...large garden...Japanese garden
“Love the clean manicured feel.” — golfki
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Collingwood
Ideabooks56
Questions0
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organic gardening
Swick's Organic Landscaping
rock garden...woodland garden...large garden
“tranquil feeling.” — golfki
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Collingwood
Ideabooks72
Questions0
WeedsWeeds are such a nuisance to the home gardener. Eradication of weeds can be a constant battle. The key is to be one step ahead of those pesky plants that sprout up in the most undesirable places. If you use a maintenance company, ask that the weeds be hand pulled or removed with hand tools so they
“help” — cgbtoo
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