244 mulch Eclectic Home Design Photos

Bill Marken
Great Design Plant: Coast Live Oak
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natural mulch — an attractive and healthy situation to emulate in a garden setting.
“Stories” — Anne-Marie Redelinghuys
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes November
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winter mulch of shredded leaves or pine straw, surrounding the base of the plant but not covering it.
“Anemone hybrida” — heih
Shawna Coronado
A Vegetable Garden in the Shade
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soil. Mulch and gravel were used to create permeable pathways that allow water to reach the roots of the vegetables rather than draining away and going to waste. To keep her beds healthy, Coronado adds compost to the beds every year and rotates her crops the fun way: by incorporating new ornamental patterns
“Légumes d'ombre” — maraichere
Timothy Sheehan, ASLA
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Weston
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alternative to mulch or pine straw. It's great to use underneath trees where grass will not grow.
“Garden steps” — dwine
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
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added mulch, which ended up bringing too much dirt into the house. Eventually they added crushed limestone gravel, which is both beautiful and easy to maintain.Little cacti and succulent beds were placed throughout the yard to give the exterior a Southwest ambience. The seesaw came from a friend.
“Good idea” — kevinasmith35
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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top of mulching and mowing the yards, and kept everything in pretty good shape for several seasons.He gave gardening a shot, planting some shrubs and trees, and for a few summers he put in enormous vegetable gardens with more than 30 varieties of tomatoes. But he found it all hard to maintain. He travels
“view” — fathemeh
Danyelle Mathews
Raised bed garden
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layer of mulch around the new plant and adjacent soil will provide what's needed for a healthy soil microbial suite. Annuals and vegetables. Prepare an entire area or bed to provide the organic-rich, well-draining soil that these plants require. New beds: Let's assume you're just getting started and you
“Neat looking” — Jean Irwin
Kaufman Construction Design and Build
13 Reviews
Addition and Kitchen Remodel
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bark mulch
“Trim paint” — coldcreeklivin
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