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JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
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Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
garden bench...let ivy grow....Side garden...dream garden...Garden Details...and Garden
“Side yard” — dmnowlin
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CAROLE MEYER
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Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
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conifer. It does not look like the italian pencil conifer. Can you tell me the name of thhis beutiful tall pencil conifer. How tall and wide does it grow?
Hello Tanyan. That is an Italian Cypress. It is planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian Cypress planted in the ground and they are huge and still growing. There is also a type that they call Tiny Towers that are more compact and
entire garden and picture on wall
“great pots” — larisaldikrp
Blue Forest UK Ltd
Blue Forest Tree House
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What happens to the house as the tree grows mad gets larger?
I think it is dumb to put the roof around the tree because it always keeps growing and you can't get a good seal
4. A tree house in GreeceGrowing up in East Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece, he soon put his design vision into practice, building a tree house within the gardens of one of his client’s estates
tree house at the bottom of the garden. Wave goodbye to the guilt as your kids enjoy summers filled with wholesome fun. And if they simply use it as a new location in which to play Minecraft, at least they’re getting some fresh air, right?
“casa da arvore” — kittylessa
Carson Arthur Design
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Beachview
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extendable tables. Likewise, you won’t want to plant a tree that’s going to grow to 100 feet tall and completely overtake your yard. Here Radford smartly worked in small, native plants and grasses to keep an open feel.
buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
nice family idea for small garden.
buckets of toys hung from garden walls and fences
Make use of vertical space. Chalkboards, climbing walls and buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
that different age groups need different features within the garden, and that this should be considered in the design. It is no good to expect children to play soccer on grass surrounded by their parents' prize herbaceous border.This small garden follows his precepts perfectly by allocating space for each
“Realistic” — Jennifer Dill Kamal
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.
“Herbs” — rmfortier
Glorious Gardens Inc
Informal front yard garden
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Not everyone wants a sea of grass for a front yard. This pocket garden provides a "living" room just steps away from the front door.
What are the flowers growing between the rocks, please?
mondo was the main filler plant with a few renegade ruellia showing up. Ruellia can become an invasive pest and is not an intentional addition to this garden.
Informal front yard garden Not everyone wants a sea of grass for a front yard. This pocket garden provides a "living" room just steps away from the front door.
“stones” — ebestpitch
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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SF Garden
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Redwood branch trellises are a great addition to a raised garden bed. They provide support for green beans, peas, indeterminate tomatoes, and thornless blackberries. Photo by Steve Masley.
raised bed vegetable garden
Garden screen/sculpture
shade protection in garden?
SF Garden...edible garden...herb garden...kitchen garden...VEG. GARDEN
“.” — tuscanideas
Louise Lakier
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Mixed Use Elegance
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What are the name of the plants growing behind the stone wall?
What are the name of the plants growing up the wall?
I like the vines growing on the walls.
shower, a hot tub and a cold soaking tub. Both tubs are made of embedded river rock that provides a natural foot massage and blends nicely into the garden.
“dog bath” — ssduncan
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