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Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Telegraph Hill SF
Ideabooks101
Questions0
outdoor potted plant
“Den narrow coffee table” — Jordan Chew
StyleHaus Design
5 Reviews
StyleHaus - ICON South Beach - Eclectic Miami Getaway
Ideabooks222
Questions2
outdoor potted plant
“Dig the picture...” — gmeyer
Shaw Coates
Rancho Santa Fe Modern Hacienda
Ideabooks281
Questions0
outdoor potted plant
“plants” — tincatahan
Parker & Associates Building Design Consultants
New Terrace Home - Glebe
Ideabooks39
Questions0
outdoor potted plants
“櫃子跳色” — Amy Lin
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Villa Ferraro, Capri - Italy
Ideabooks2,263
Questions1
The potted driftwood are perfect accents under the archway, love this dramatic effect.
where can i find the potted driftwood
Love the driftwood for outdoor area
Love the potted driftwood! such a great idea.
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“Wood sculpture” — 19jo55
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Huniford Design Studio, Getaway to the 2013 Holiday House Hamptons
Ideabooks1,272
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Prepare your indoor space. Plants that need full sun outdoors will be the most difficult to keep happy inside. Make room for your full-sun plants near a south-facing
to your home. Sculptural succulents, delicate ferns and fragrant potted citrus trees in the house can almost make you forget it’s winter outside your door. Once the weather warms in the spring, you can move some of your plants outdoors to boost growth during the growing season.
“office window” — mobrosnahan
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,214
Questions13
indoor outdoor
Pink trees in white pots
White pot with boganvillia
Potted flowering trees
Bougainvilla in white pots
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“Shag rug” — ufandi
Dlux Images
Armonk New York
Ideabooks2,124
Questions5
soil, it is best to let it become root bound before repotting. When repotting is absolutely necessary, use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention
wilting. Be sure to let the soil become dry to the touch 1 to 2 inches deep before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally minimizes the probability of root rot. Feeding: Fertilize every month in the growing season, or as infrequently as
Potted pony tail are good for bright light
soil, it is best to let it become root bound before repotting. When repotting is absolutely necessary, use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention
“color combo” — devory
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