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Eljin Construction
Eljin Construction of NY, Inc. - Murray Hill Townhouse
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Gartner used other Moorish-inspired patterns throughout the house. “Once the stairs had this great referential design inspiration, the other places where it happened again on a smaller scale all fell into place,” he says. This top railing is composed of smaller panels in the same pattern, and the top
top is wrapped in leather, as the other inside railings are.
“screen (stairway)” — nancvald
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Steps
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even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the
even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the
JUNIPERS COVER HOLES AND OTHER UNATTRACTIVE PLACES - CROWDS OUT WEEDS
even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the
“cement. wals” — bennerbaby
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
Ideabooks1,594
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shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
fescue, thyme and other low growing plants between concrete steps.
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their
Gardening in the steps. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften lines, and add color and texture.
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
Fescue, thyme and other low growing plants
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
“Driveway retaining wall” — Nancy Nawn
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Ideabooks1,490
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especially important, since cucumber beetles not only eat plants, they transmit bacterial wilt, which kills the plants. The victims: Cucumbers and other cucurbits, including cantaloupe and watermelon, squash, pumpkins and gourds The trap crops: Amaranth, blue hubbard squash, zucchini Shown: Amaranth
especially important, since cucumber beetles not only eat plants, they transmit bacterial wilt, which kills the plants. The victims: Cucumbers and other cucurbits, including cantaloupe and watermelon, squash, pumpkins and gourds The trap crops: Amaranth, blue hubbard squash, zucchini Shown: Amaranth
An orange trellis covers the main crushed basalt path; the other end (behind us here) provides a view out to Puget Sound.
“Xx” — gavriloff
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks4,539
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there's still the problem of nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements) entering waterways. They don't just make your lawn grow; they can accelerate algae growth, which in turn upsets the habitat of fish and other aquatic life.
there's still the problem of nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements) entering waterways. They don't just make your lawn grow; they can accelerate algae growth, which in turn upsets the habitat of fish and other aquatic life.
“Mixture of diverse stones and plantings- distracts the eye from the actual storm water problem” — Tiger Lily Landscapes, LLC
Monica Kovacic
Lower North Shore
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viewing wall for viewing alligators(on the other side of the plants)
I love this design, the path fenced by glass, on the other side plants this would be an awesome extra
nine-month period and added bits and pieces as I went," he says. The garden is planted with native lithophytic and epiphytic plants, which grow off other plants and rocks. The deck was intended to resemble a wetlands area, with the fishpond and vegetation attracting regular visits from local kookaburras
nine-month period and added bits and pieces as I went,” he explains. The garden is planted with native lithophytic and epiphytic plants, which grow off other plants and rocks. The deck was intended to resemble a wetlands area, with the fishpond and vegetation attracting regular visits from local kookaburras
“Glass viewing wall for viewing alligators(on the other side of the plants)” — tssquincy
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Foster Rd
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decomposed organic matter back to the soil. Compost tea, manure tea or broken-down compost from your yard waste bin will work magic on your plants. Other ways to help create a healthy soil ecosystem include the use of organic fertilizer, like fish emulsion and adding mycorrhizal fungi to your soil. The
Other considerations:Even low-maintenance lawn alternatives need some maintenance: seasonal mowing, supplemental irrigation in times of drought and occasional
decomposed organic matter back to the soil. Compost tea, manure tea or broken-down compost from your yard waste bin will work magic on your plants. Other ways to help create a healthy soil ecosystem include the use of organic fertilizer, like fish emulsion and adding mycorrhizal fungi to your soil. The
“patio” — ggibbo
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
Ideabooks13,146
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Our side yard by other gate
yards enticing. Side yards are often overlooked in the garden as areas of little potential, and are relegated to storing trash bins, compost heaps and other eyesores. Side yards in the shade can look even more depressing.To make things interesting, plant tropical bulbs like elephant ears (Colocasia and Alocasia
gingers, like shampoo ginger (Zingiber zerumbet, zones 7b to 11), with its bright red cones held aloft by tall stalks in late summer and fall. These and other bulbs can be left in the ground or dug up in fall, depending on your climate. Out of the way to the side of the house, the tropical bulbs won't draw
“Uneven laying” — seripple
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