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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Commonwealth Avenue Garden
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brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale to the space. Rugosa rose, juniper, lilac, peony, iris, perovskia, artemisia, nepeta, heuchera, sedum, and ornamental
A lush rooftop garden overlooking Boston’s historic Back Bay offers stunning views of the Prudential and John Hancock Tower. The character of the site is amplified by the dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone
How to Grow a Rose Garden in Pots (4 / 6) 4. Care for your roses. You'll need to fertilize and water container roses more often than those planted in the ground. If you
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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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Eclectic Gardens
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With large and small gardens, weed control is an issue, particularly in sunny areas. Though slow growing, creeping juniper will
small gardens, weed control is an issue, particularly in sunny areas. Though slow growing, creeping juniper will eventually cover a large area, depending on the cultivar you choose.
Lots of contrast in height and plant varieties. Good use of flowers that grow both tall
With large and small gardens, weed control is an issue, particularly in sunny areas. Though slow growing, creeping juniper will eventually cover a large area, depending on the cultivar you choose. Juniperus squamata
With large and small gardens, weed control is an issue, particularly in sunny areas. Though slow growing, creeping juniper will eventually cover a large area, depending on the cultivar you choose. Juniperus squamata
“Backyard” — Terri Johnson
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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'Mexican Cinnamon' Basil Growing in a Window Box
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'Mexican Cinnamon' Basil Growing in a Window Box
'Mexican Cinnamon' basil growing in a window box off the front deck. It's easy to slip out of the kitchen and pick a few leaves as needed. Here, the central leader is pinched out to encourage bushy growth. Photo by Steve Masley
summer garden,” says Masley. He grows Gevovese and Napolitano (saladleaf) basil for pesto, and ‘Mrs. Burns’ Lemon’ basil for seafood and shellfish dishes. He suggests a 1-foot-diameter pot for herbs.
Basil’s bright, showy leaves and intensely sweet aroma epitomize summer gardens and dishes. Many edible gardeners start with basil, and the number of available
cook’s summer garden,” says Masley. He grows Gevovese and Napolitano (saladleaf) basil for pesto, and ‘Mrs. Burns’ Lemon’ basil for seafood and shellfish dishes. He suggests a 1-foot-diameter pot for herbs.
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Sarah Natsumi Moore
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Eco Artist's House
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Don't like these boxes but this is a hood idea. We could grow herbs on the wall of empty space on patio.
Herbs on fence... Shelves
Cool garden...Vertical garden...Wall garden...Vertical gardening...hanging garden pots...Vertical Garden
“If you want to keep it a bit simpler, maybe hanging planters like these meandering along the fence.” — Vanessa Ruiz Gerardi
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
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Could you not set your garden on fire by the sunlight being focused through one of the bottles..?
There is definitely a place for the wacky or whimsical, like this bottle tree. Uninhibited works of art are ideal for the vegetable patch or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.
Nostalgic fun for the winter garden and perfect focal point
patch or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.Plant choices should show off the best of your ornamentation, adding up to an artistic sum that is more delightful than its individual elements. Similarly, if your garden requires
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Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
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French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
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It has a 'Secret Garden' feel to it
The fragrant garden. While fragrant plants are welcome anywhere, pay special attention to the entrance of your home and any outdoor seating areas you frequently use. These prime spots are perfect for citrus trees, lavender, jasmine, honeysuckle, roses or herbs.
portable table may be just the thing to set the tone for an afternoon. Perhaps next time the table is around another bend in a different section of the garden. Good-quality table linens, flatware and candles are all appropriate. No paper plates are allowed.
“Extend yard up to side door?” — jouzzp
Dave Adams Photography
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Garden House
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French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
What paint color is the window trim and the garden door green?
Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
I love ivy growing on cobblestone and brick.
clematis, there are heaps of plants that will romp up your house’s walls and bring colour and even fragrance to your front facade. Some need trellis to grow through, while others are happy to climb up the brickwork.
“Beautiful exterior plants” — Amanda McDougald Scott
Strell Design
Outdoors Rooms
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Like low profile fence around a garden
Like the mesh wire on the bottom. Great way to keep chickens out of the garden.
Raised garden beds behind
veggie garden fence?
Garden beds with garage wood
raised vegetable garden
Garden fence...Grow bed...Corriedale gardens?...cute garden area...Raised bed garden...garden sw.....Garden boxex...enclosed garden...Edible Garden
“bottom screen fence to keep critters out” — hopeshomeideas
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