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Korcula Patio.JPG

Photo by Marianne Lipanovich

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Marianne Lipanovich added this to Harvest the Bounty of a Patio Garden
A small balcony just off the main square in the town of Korcula, on the Dalmatian island of the same name, has probably been used for vegetables and flowers for centuries. It's just as useful today, especially in the somewhat cramped quarters of the old town. Filling the stone trough edging with removable planters makes upkeep and replanting much easier. The stone walls reflect heat, even when surrounding buildings may shade the space.

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gahaugen added this to Outdoor spaces
April 27, 2014
The teal chair
thomascwinters added this to thomascwinters's Ideas
April 24, 2013
kelene added this to kelene's Ideas
January 11, 2013
Removable trough
dortega added this to dortega's ideas
December 8, 2012
outdoor rustic wall
blytheeden added this to Patio
September 22, 2012
border planter? for perimeter of patio?
aginhouse added this to Tuscan
July 20, 2012
Private courtyard
Mary added this to Exteriors
April 29, 2012
Kristine Forbes added this to master deck
April 29, 2012
removable planters within a stone trough
ml917 added this to ml917's ideas
April 29, 2012
colors of terracota and the beige stone
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