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WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
wind shield for corner of the garden?
wind sculpture Wind is an ephemeral flow that can enliven your garden when it moves through a wind sculpture
pass through and is an artistic garden feature. WA design
Steel rods as a screen and sculptural element to the garden
stunning steel rod sculpture allows some wind to pass through and is an artistic garden feature.
bending bamboo privacy - making garden room with iris and cement
love the use of the sculpture as a garden feature
of color that sets off the modern metal sculpture in this contemporary garden. TIP: Choose a purple with blue undertones to use against a silvery metal for a cohesive look.
Wind is an ephemeral flow that can enliven your garden when it moves through a wind sculpture or chime. This stunning steel rod
“Garden fence” — marylynn4
Outside Space NYC Landscape Design
Modern Brooklyn Garden
inviting seating looks into the garden
lush garden space with seating
Modern Brooklyn Garden
Garden tip...garden area...wow garden retreat...Silver Garden Stool
“False grass and the fire pit with the round chairs” — Vanessa Ritter
Potomac Waterworks
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gardening tips
water gardening
“Water goes up to deck” — kathrynecheng
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Fall mixed border
Rocky Mountain gardening tips for the month of September
“Natural and beautiful gardening” — hanseungjin
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
weight and year-round interest to your garden.
I want to do this garden
heavy rain from compacting it, and reduce weeds. Organic mulches include straw, bark chips, and even shredded newspaper.TELL USDo you have winter gardening tip you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments section below.
Plant edibles. Growing delicious foods and seasonings for your table is one of the most rewarding aspects of gardening. If one of your goals this month is to get on the grow-your-own bandwagon, then remember to prioritize your planting schedule to accommodate the time-sensitive needs of your favorite
production. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural enhancements to add visual weight and year-round interest to your garden.
“Garden” — Colette Reichert_Smith
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Jay Sifford
gifted it to me out of her garden. Thanks for the question.
Hi. Thanks for the inquiry. This is moss. It can handle only occasionally light foot traffic. The toughest ground cover I know of is Mazus. You may want to consult a good local garden center to see what will do
You may choose a naturalistic type of pond like the one shown here, or even a trickle of water flowing through a piece of bamboo in a Japanese garden. Tip: Consider having your water feature professionally designed, and buy the best equipment you can afford. There is nothing relaxing and nurturing
nature's carpet for the garden (how to grow it) http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/17917473/list?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u368&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery18
“Waterfall” — daraseaman
Mark Dodge Design
7 Reviews
Country House
room, but the client felt it would make a great second master suite that would give him a different sleeping experience overlooking the pool and gardens." Tip for hanging art: Mark needed to create a visual line separating the ceiling and wall volume, so he added a chair rail and hung the art from chains
“Ceiling” — mikeamo
Barbara Pintozzi
zucchini bloom container
(or find a compact variety), zucchinis and other squashes are easy edibles to grow. See how to grow zucchinis and other squashesSee more edible gardening tips
“squash blossoms are edible” — Leslie Yowell
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