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Syar stone from Napa Valley
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where can i find the syar stone? whom do I contact? thanks!
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Whatever you choose to grow, retaining walls make every plant easily accessible and always within an arm's reach.
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In this tiered garden, leafy greens look just as beautiful as a more typical ornamental plant.
Vanessa Brunner added this to 3 Fuss-Free Ways to Garden
Stone raised beds are a good substitute for traditional wooden-framed raised beds. The levels actually save a little space, while still allowing you to grow a variety of plants, just like a standard container garden. A timed irrigation system could easily be installed in this area, completely eliminating any need for watering by hand. Next, see two fun container options for small spaces.
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Prostrate rosemary is a great choice along walls. (Click the photo for a better look at it above this shelf of greens.) The flowers provide color, and the plant can tolerate hot sun, reflected heat and little water. Both flowers and leaves are edible, and you'll find birds, butterflies and even bees hovering around the plant when it's in bloom.
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.More: How to grow arugula and other salad greens

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This might be what we want to do in the terracing - some space for plants between the steps
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veggies in a terrace
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Perfect Stone wall
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plant lettuce in small or tight spaces
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you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce,
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Beautiful way to grow lettuce
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Lettuce as ground cover!
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Great planter- here it is lettuce
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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LETTUCE Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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stunning use of lettuce. beautiful stone wall
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Growing lettuces between retaining wall divide
Rock tier to grow lettuce (for retaining wall facing the river at the foot of the deck posts)
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Favorites: Batavian: Cherokee, Nevada, Sierra Butterhead: Bibb, Buttercrunch, Deer' s Tongue, Marvel of Four Seasons, Rouge d’Hiver, Sangria, Tom Thumb, Winter Marvel Cos: Blushed Butter Cos, Crisp Mint, Little Gem (a dwarf variety), Parris Island, Parris White Crisphead: Great Lakes, Red Iceberg, Reine de Glace, Summertime Leaf: Australian Yellow, Black Seeded Simpson, Lolla Rossa, Oak Leaf, Red Sails, Red Salad Bowl, Salad Bowl Barbara Pintozzi SaveEmail Planting and care: Sow seeds in rows about 1/8 to 1/4 inch deep or by broadcasting; cover lightly with soil. Thin leaf lettuces to about 1/4 to 3/4 of a foot apart. Butterhead and romaine lettuces should be 6 to 8 inches apart. Crispheads need the most space; allow at least a foot. Fertilize the soil when you plant and about a month and a half later. Keep the soil consistently moist and weed carefully around the plants. Pests and diseases are usually not a problem, but some of the usual suspects aphids, leaf miners, snails, mildew and wilt — as well as birds, deer and rabbits can make inroads on your crop. Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture SaveEmail Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Edibles tucked into stone wall.
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wall around perimeter - front
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South Pasadena back border: veggies and flowers
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Ideal for slope
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wall for paths - convert to stone
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Stone raised beds are a good substitute for traditional wooden-framed raised beds. The levels actually save a little space, while still allowing you to grow a variety of plants, just like a standard container garden. A timed irrigation system could easily be installed in this area, completely eliminating any need for watering by hand.
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Vege patch and RW
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Front yard patio border????? Edible gardening even in the front yard?
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Tiered garden bed
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Terracing
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How to grow lettuce.
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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leafy greens btn stones
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Tiered vegetable garden.
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Lovely idea for growing lettuces. Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Lettuce Photo 3 of 3 Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Front yard?
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Retaining wall garden
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Lettuce !!
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Lettuce Garden!
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for greenhouse!
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great for color and limited space tight stacking
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I find it very attractive planted as a border
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plant edibles like lettuce in the garden border
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Gorgeous idea for lettuce plants
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Yummy lettuce!
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Vegetable landscape - lettuce.
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The fresh crisp look of new garden grown vegetables.
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stone planters
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Great idea. Take notice to the width and depth of this wall barrier
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herb or veggie beds
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growing and harvesting lettuce!
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Stone wall
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stone terrace
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves off about 1/2 inch above the crown. They’ll quickly regenerate, and you’ll have an ongoing source for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
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Terraced
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large, small shaped stone - how is this done?
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Stone raised beds are a good substitute for traditional wooden-framed raised beds. The levels actually save a little space, while still allowing you to grow a variety of plants, just like a standard container garden. A timed irrigation system could easily be installed in this area, completely eliminating any need for watering by hand.
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terrace cover up
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'Veggie Patch' within stone wall but used as architectural planting also
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