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Sunset Residence
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instead of moss grow Korean grass in front yard
Steps are a necessary ingredient of a sloping garden, but you can create a very naturalistic effect by growing grass on them. These stairs are covered with
Steps are a necessary ingredient of a sloping garden, but you can create a very naturalistic effect by growing grass on them. These stairs leading up are
c effect by growing grass on them. These stairs are covered with Korean grass, which is tough and bright.More:How to Design a Great Garden on a Sloped
design solutions in your garden in the comments below.
11. Go green. Steps are a necessary ingredient of a sloping garden, but you can create a very
at the extreme end of step planting. Korean grass is an attractive, slow-growing ground cover that forms mounds or clumps. It can handle foot traffic and
“muhly grass” — J.S-G CUSTOM DESIGN LTD
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
Pristine Acres is committed to offering the highest-quality, most professional landscape design/installation services with the best customer service in the Washington DC Metro.
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Calico Studio
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Ames Lake Studio
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collection type like the one in the photo above, and uses it to water the garden.“It’s basically like pumping out free water,” says Perdue.While efficient
perfect for gardening and agricultural projects
tanks should be an integral feature in any Slow Gardener's garden, collecting rain to use throughout the growing season. Today we don't have to rely on unsightly
natural products. Outside, think about installing a rainwater tank and growing your own herbs and vegetables.
fittings. Outside, think about installing a rainwater tank and growing your own herbs and vegetables.
“Cistern” — katherinewolf
JKT Associates, Inc.
Living Wall, Los Altos Hills, CA
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Vertical garden is so cool...the vertical gardens!...Shower garden...Hanging garden...Succulent wall garden...Wall garden...jardin vertical...William's
spaceThis living wall separates the outdoor shower from the rest of the garden. Grasses, succulents and vines are planted vertically in modular units to
“Ducha” — karlilla31
Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
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Glass Link
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terrace for backyard. can be herbs
Tiered Herb garden...Strips of vegetable garden...Would make a cool garden...Hillside garden...steps with herbs...The garden highlighting the view...vegetable garden?...TERRACED GARDEN...veg. garden terracing...garden step down?
“Terraced planters” — marcikent
David Harber
Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard
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Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard
proof that it’s not just dogs who get ball obsessed. Orbs work for fans of garden symmetry, with this centrepiece rocking a black pebble look. It acts as
Liking the italian garden feel here...For the Herb garden...Nice garden design...Kitchen herb garden...The whole garden and sphere...Garden ideas...the design of the garden...Garden decoration...old garden wall...garden idea...My ball garden...Nice garden...garden sculpture...garden sphere...Formal Garden
“side house” — disalvoba
Falling Waters Landscape
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Rhee Residence
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I live in Chicago, so I'm not sure I can grow them on my 4th floor deck!
What are the magnificent grasses used in the raised garden bed?
maintenance fast grow And good privacy?
Horsetail plant also can create an effective, fast-growing screen. This hardy
Horsetail plant also can create an effective, fast-growing screen. This hardy reed expands quickly to form an effective barrier — even
away from nature, becoming just another building block in the garden’s repertoire. Again we can see that the planting been restricted not only in space but
Horsetail plant also can create an effective, fast-growing screen. This hardy reed expands quickly to form an effective barrier — even around kids and
This contemporary garden perhaps shows formal block and strip planting in its most extreme. The planting has moved away
“Front patio” — Carol Cannedy-Garzouzi
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
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Backyard Zen
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cedar infused with silica. Supposed to be totally safe for vegetable gardening and allows the cedar to be in contact with the ground without rotting away
Bamboo over the wall and the red wood for gardens
for herb garden...Interlocking garden beds...Herb boxes...Garden #8...Vegetable garden...raised garden...Garden ideas...Veggie garden...Garden Box...outdoor garden
“Box” — jj2274
Koreman Landscape Company
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Our work
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designer, Houzz writer, author and garden speaker and I'm currently working on a presentation for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle. I'd love to
layer of any good garden design, and one of my favorites for low maintenance and year-round good looks is creeping juniper, a low-growing shrub that’s native
The trees should be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to
native to the U.S. and grows in a wide variety of conditions. In the wild it grows on rocky outcroppings in places like the Maine coast and British Columbia
The trees should be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close
“name of mini Christmas trees 7' height.” — prettyponies
Green thumb needed. Why is this happening to my basil?
I don't have a green thumb at all, but I really want to grow an herb garden. I am a chef and I love cooking with basil, for this reason I wanted to first...
growing herbs
I live in florida and am interested in growing my own herb garden, but need advice on doing it. I'm not much of a green thumb : (
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