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Reitz Restoration & Home Construction
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Tea House: Warners Nursery, Flagstaff
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wood siding...wood window...window trim
Reitz Restoration & Home Construction
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Tea House: Warners Nursery, Flagstaff
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window trim
wood siding...wood trim...real wood siding
Kelso Architects
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Hillside House with Japanese Influences
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wood trim
light wood
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Dana Point, CA
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love the fence and wood idea on top of concrete/ stucco
Plaster and wood wall. Could you do adobe and wood?
Privacy enhanced by wood......strengthened by concrete.
concrete with wood topper
Wall then wood...Wall and wood top...wood and adobe mix...wall and wood...Concrete and wood...wood work...wood gate
“Lighting in pots” — Rlb architects
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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Atherton Japanese Garden
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Did they trim the roots and does this need to be done every year, are they kept in pots. I have a camellia purchased last year, because of its bones. I would like
plants, with the exception of the pine tree. It is trimmed yearly to maintain its height, but its roots are not trimmed. Trimming of roots is a practice that is used mostly for plants in containers, not in the ground.
The wall is constructed of wood framing with a top surface of cement plaster with
Pine, where the roots trimmed along with the top. How was this accomplished.
“just like yours” — soraida
Great Lakes Landscape Design
Asian Inspired
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But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread.
But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread.More ideas for gardening with bamboo
“Path” — sschmokel
Tim Davies Landscaping
Burns Beach
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What is the wood material on the gate if you don't mind me asking?
Black trimmed windows, cherry wood, white, low mounded plants
black and white house with wood gate
This is interesting. Maybe make the square panels a little smaller so we could use 12" x 12" as the wood.
Wood fence...rich wood tone...wood panels...wood gate...wood gate
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C&R Remodeling
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Back Yard Studio
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I would love to know the paint colour of the studio and door trim.
siding using a base of T-111 plywood overlaid with 3" Cedar batts, 12" on center. Cedar corner boards and trim.
The exterior paint color is Sherwin Williams SW7046 "Anonymous" and the trim is SW7044, Amazing Gray.
fireplace for heat and detail. window on south wall siding is T-111 plywood with 3" bat on 12" centers Colour is SW7046 Sherwood Williams 'anonymous ' and trim is SW7044 ' amazing grey '
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