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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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grass and wildflowers. Perfect for our location.
Everywhere: Wildflower meadows as a low maintenance alternative to grass
"Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent years and can provide a wonderful
prairie seed mix, and that mix must be spread on bare soil. Many of those seeds also need a period of cold, wet winter weather to germinate in late spring, which is why a late-fall planting (after a few freezes) is perfect. Here's a detailed prairie establishment guide by Prairie Nursery — from prairie
left as meadows or grazed short by sheep and cattle.Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent years and can provide a wonderful setting for the most modern of buildings. The 2012 Olympic Park in London was a great example of how modern meadows scattered with both native wildflowers and exotics
“Facade” — felicitygg
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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kind of "meadow" landscape? Do you need to weed periodically, or is it dense eno
Love the meadow look. Good tip to do ground cover first to limit weed growth
impatiens with seed pods that burst open at the touch. Create a bit of mystery with paths leading to unseen destinations. Add a sheltered bench to enjoy the rain or sun. March 14, 2014 at 2:54pm Like 26
their seeds, the meadow can usually be mowed down entirely, allowing it to grow back throughout the following year. Don't forget to compost!
Meadow. Much like ornamental grass, meadows are a great solution for those of us who still want to keep things growing in our yard. These lush fields are generally
The side lawn has given way to the side meadow — and nothing could be dreamier than this gorgeous treatment that
“Grasses” — christinaanderson
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
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Foster Rd
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California Meadow Sedge. Similar to Carex praegracilis which is good for lawn replacement
“f you just want a lawn replacement, a seeding of buffalo grass or blue
replacement, a seeding of buffalo grass or blue grama works great for a 6- to 8-inch cover you can even mow once in a while if you like (but consider letting it grow to form a natural, wavy habit). Prairies in our landscapes don't have to be tall or complex or messy. Great grasses for a new lawn
replacement, a seeding of buffalo grass or blue grama works great for a 6- to 8-inch cover you can even mow once in a while if you like (but consider letting it grow to form a natural, wavy habit). Prairies in our landscapes don't have to be tall or complex or messy.Great grasses for a new lawn
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Sedges
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more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly every state in the U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after
more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly every state in the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they
“nice way to green up the garden” — mezathome2
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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may be a wildflower that was sown intentionally. If you search among wild flowers on the Internet or seed companies, I think you will find it or something very similar that is suited to your zone.
meadow w/modern architecture
“Simplicity” — jensloane
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
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serenity, meadows generally attract birds and butterflies and provide a laid-back setting for your yard.
meadows to attract birds and butterflies
Landscape with walkway and grass meadow
Serene meadow like garden creates an inviting natural living space. This gives the illusion of uninvented design.
Part meadow, part gravel, and part concrete pavers!
serenity, meadows generally attract birds and butterflies and provide a laid-back setting for your yard.
“Grasses” — Becky Long
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
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Meadow Garden
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A meadow garden surrounds the property and provides a transition zone between the lawn and woodland border. Installing a meadow allowed us to reduce the amount of traditional lawn around the house, an important factor for this LEED Gold certified property. The meadow is low maintenance (mowed once
Place your seed bombs out in a bed that looks a bit sparse. The rain will slowly dissolve the ball, and the seeds will germinate. You can use almost any seed — if you want flowers right away, use an annual seed mix. If you’re placing in the fall or winter, you can use perennial flowers that will need a period
using seeds native to your area, which will benefit wildlife and other plant communities more.So what do you think? Will you try making seed bombs? How will you use them?More: How to Help Your Town’s Beneficial Birds and Bugs
“love this look...kind of house meets barn” — kaestinson
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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sideoats grass? seed grass with native grasses
no mow seed mixes, drought tolerant.
or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns.
no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns. If you let your lawn grow taller, the roots will go deeper and the blades will shade the soil, trapping more moisture. Besides, doesn't the bench and grass area here look stunning? With lawns taking
no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns.
“The bench nestled in the grasses.” — Decorative Philosophy
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