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Skyline design studio
Mountain View Contemporary
What's the name if the plant growing on the lattice?
Potted plants (different pots though) and growing vines
Outdoor screen - to hide eye sore
Small backyard plants
Vine garden (tomato, maracuya etc)
planks for plant growth
Fence & plant climber
planters, plants...Outdoor lattice...Outdoor screens
Huniford Design Studio, Getaway to the 2013 Holiday House Hamptons
fig like plant on the left?
Bowl shaped planter with companion plants.
Prepare your indoor space. Plants that need full sun outdoors will be the most difficult to keep
survivor.Plant stand: Russ Steele Antiques; rug: Sacco Carpet
Tropical wonders … in New England? Er, sort of. If living through another cold winter (wherever you are) is giving you the chills just thinking about it, consider adding a few lush warm-weather plants to your home. Sculptural succulents,
of your plants outdoors to boost growth during the growing season.
tomatoes in my garden this summer
destroy the plants, keeping any diseased plants out of your compost.
grown in compost containers which are spread out and filled fall, winter and spring, which then get "hidden" by the plants in summer. Sungold tomatoes
Tomatoes. For many gardeners it’s really not an edible garden without a tomato or two. Though you may hear all sorts of stories about possible problems, from whiteflies to scary-sounding diseases, the fact that tomatoes are probably
Tomatoes: When to plant: Set out starts or nursery plants when the soil is warm and there's no danger of frost. To grow from seed, start seeds indoors five to eight weeks before your planned planting date. Days to maturity: 50 to 90 days once the plants have been set out Light requirement:
Paul Davis Architects
Newport Beach Residence
Plant border by house
succulents planted at zz
Tomato red paint at door
Wall & plant...Plants along front
Ptown in Arlington
Covers for raised beds to start plants
want to plant directly in the garden, simply put the cold frame in place and remove the lid when the air temps warms up, replacing it as things cool down.See how to extend your growing season with a cold frame
native plants also don't need for fertilizers of any kind. Compost is great in raised beds for veggies or whatever needs good drainage. My veggie garden is 100 percent city compost.March can be a great month to work outside — it's not too hot, and ambition tends to fill the body. Get out there and show
Michael Lee Architects
The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality.
Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of spiky foliage emphasizes the height of the space while breaking up the sparseness.
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved the idea of spontaneity. Lifeless areas in and around our homes cry
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
What kind of plant is that on either side of the back corner bench?
beds, plants on the wall
have one? Tomatoes, basil....
Plant I'd?...terrace plants...growing plants
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
I like the tomato support cages. Where can I find
like the tomato support cages. Where can I find them?
everything...plant placement and iron works!
ahead and plant your potager out front. Arranging vegetables in orderly groupings keeps the look appropriate for a front walkway.
keep the plantings from overrunning the space while accommodating pleasant strolls and access to the harvest.