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Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks38,985
Questions16
it fast growing. Thank you ,it is so beautiful!
Does this grow in East Texas and what months of the year does it flower?
What is the ornamental grass? Will it grow in Columbia, SC?
plants grow here? If so, what are these? Thanks
plants grow in my area? Also, what type of tree would work well with this type of landscaping?
Thymus will grow in almost all regions.
The Thymus serphyllum should grow in your region. It takes very little water and tolerates light foot traffic. A slow growing
plant grow in south east Queensland Australia where the winters are mild and arid and the summers wet and humid?
problems with growing in South Carolina.
growing works well in a seashore planting such as this. I suggest pinus contorta.
“Textures.” — grogers77
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
View of house from beach
Ideabooks1,504
Questions1
it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summerWild thyme: full sun, mid to late summer. Backyard getaway
it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wide Bloom time: Mid- to late summer
it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 inches tall and 3 to 12 inches wideBloom time: Mid- to late summer
“landscape ideas” — Liz Mayhew
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
Ideabooks6,990
Questions2
plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately moist soil, rich in compost. In temperate climates you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water it well
Foxtail fern grows quickly and can be divided every few years in spring. Remove spent foliage before new growth emerges each year. Too much or too little water — even too much sunlight — can cause yellowing leaves or leaf drop. If you notice this, adjust your care accordingly.
plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately moist soil, rich in compost. In temperate climates you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water it well
“Sliding door from deck to kitchen” — paularadtke
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
South Cove Residence
Ideabooks2,217
Questions4
is the light colored to the left of the purple? thanks!
indeed grow where you want to put it, it's time to consider: 2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job? If you're looking for a GARDEN FOCAL POINT OR SCREEN, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8 to 25 feet tall — will do the job. The same size will work if you need a bit of shade or privacy
indeed grow where you want to put it, it's time to consider:2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job?If you're looking for a garden focal point or a screen, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8 to 25 feet tall — will do the job. The same size will work if you need a bit of shade or privacy
“Love the taller purple miss kim syringa” — megancdaniels
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Bath
Ideabooks23,382
Questions15
on the light fixture I like it all, but the pebbles under the tub are best.
Light fixture & stone under tub
tubs are growing higher and higher every year, and getting in and out can be tricky with no handhold. The little use of river rock on this floor is a very clever solution to the problem of a slippery exit from a bath.
“Tile under tub” — Nancy Shane
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks5,329
Questions4
water. It grows in most climate zones. Heat is not a problem. Humidity may give you some issues. It doesn't like wet conditions. Thanks for asking.
water. It grows in most climate zones.
“Purple plant” — ky23jrc
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Ideabooks2,044
Questions4
Outdoor lighting also has a fixture very similar to this. Good luck lighting!
and low-light conditions. Most ground covers will not do very well in this situation, but there are often significant spaces between shrubs and perennials that will benefit from ground cover. One plant that is up to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen
but fast growing ground cover good in acidic, lowlight conditions (Ajuga reptens) bungle weed
and low-light conditions. Most ground covers will not do very well in this situation, but there are often significant spaces between shrubs and perennials that will benefit from ground cover. One plant that is up to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen
“Ajuga” — lindabalcomb
Kristi Spouse Interiors
8 Reviews
Whidbey Island Beach House - Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks6,207
Questions7
for a growing extended family. We suggested pure white cabinets with honed marble counters and back splash for a clean and fresh look. The work island offsets the all white kitchen with painted grey cabinets and a very practical white quartz counter. A fire clay apron sink and chrome hardware and
give the lighting a vintage feel. We love how this kitchen turned out! Photo Credit: www.rebeccaannephotography.com
I love these pendant lights. where are they from ? thank you !
similar feel lights at www.rejuvination.com and I also just spotted these which are great too! http://www.potterybarn.com/products/basic-pendant-kit-whitney-fluted-glass-art-nouveau-shade/?pkey=cpendants&cm_src=pendants||
“Tulips in bucket” — 37913701
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