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Matt Kilburn
The Family Retreat
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holds for rock climbing. Just make sure children don’t draw below while other kids climb!
holds for rock climbing. Just make sure children don’t draw below while other kids climb!8. Truck play zone. Any blank area in the garden can be quite
holds for rock climbing. Just make sure children don’t draw below while other kids climb!8. Truck play zoneAny blank area in the garden can be quite easily
“Chalkboard” — kbspohn
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
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more productive. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural enhancements to add visual weight and year-round interest to your
Incorporate edible plantings around pergolas or other structures.
food 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
food 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
“beds” — lospoblanos
Missouri Botanical Garden
White-Tinged Sedge
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almost any circumstance you can throw at it (sun; shade; moist, dry and other soils). Same goes for its cousin Carex brevior. You’ll see seed heads in
(White-tinged sedge) grows in any conditions, sun, shade, moist, dry and other soils.
almost any circumstance you can throw at it (sun; shade; moist, dry and other soils). Same goes for its cousin Carex brevior. You’ll see seed heads in
“Sedge” — hillary1512
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
houzz grasses Chanticleer 1 lowres.jpg
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a rustic feeling — and can attract a diversity of beneficial insects and other cool things for kids to discover. You can walk through them or mow romantic
Like, but need a more selected selection of weeds other that the leavings of a hay bale.
a rustic feeling — and can attract a diversity of beneficial insects and other cool things for kids to discover. You can walk through them or mow romantic
“Use more ornamental grasses - good in winter and win out over many weeds” — paboorman
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Bocce Ball court
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heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded
good spot for growing veggies 3/8" crushed rock I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit
Cor-Ten used in landscaping but heats up more than other materials so it needs to be in more of a shady area for heat sensitive crops
heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded
“Rust” — jamesandkylie
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
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darker garden patches as winning traits. He likes to use Echeverias with other succulents, as well as with contrasting grasses. Kiesel suggests you avoid
darker garden patches as winning traits. He likes to use Echeverias with other succulents, as well as with contrasting grasses. Kiesel suggests you avoid
“Good use of color and media to create distinct lines and shapes.” — Brent MacNabb
Tom Mannion Landscape Design, Inc.
Hillside Garden
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it great for pairing with other cascading grasses and as a textural complement to native ferns. Group this plant with other shade-loving plants that thrive
slope, or as a woodland ground cover under live oak (Quercus virginiana) or other large native trees. It is a very reliable plant and suitable for small
it great for pairing with other cascading grasses and as a textural complement to native ferns. Group this plant with other shade-loving plants that thrive
slope, or as a woodland ground cover under live oak (Quercus virginiana) or other large native trees. It is a very reliable plant and suitable for small spaces
“Exterior” — michaelsbennett
Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens)
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is one of the earliest spring bloomers, displaying a pop of yellow when other plants have yet to break their dormancy. As an evergreen it’s a great year-round
they are useful to many other native bees and butterflies. If you are a beekeeper, be sure to plant your yard with many other palatable flowers for your
is one of the earliest spring bloomers, displaying a pop of yellow when other plants have yet to break their dormancy. As an evergreen it’s a great year-round
“for fence carolina jessamine” — manhassetmama
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