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Gold lace juniper aka coloneo sunset gold
Coleonema 'Sunset Gold' with 'Bloodgood' maple, Festuca 'Elijah Blue' and Lavandula 'Grosso'.
Coleonema "sunset gold" is South African plant so possibly likes Mediterranean climate. Also known as Diosma.
Red Japanese maple, gold lace juniper, blue sheep fescue grass and lavender.
textures, from the long, slender wands of lavender to the threaded blue grass at the base of the Japanese maple tree, with its burgundy, palm-shape leaves. Threadlike golden conifer textures occupy the front of this bed.
Can find fake rocks, leaves, sticks at art store
Rocks, sticks, pinecones and leaves are considered “loose parts” and are perfect for constructive play, which is very important in early childhood development.
7. Encourage building with loose parts. Rocks, twigs, pinecones and leaves are considered “loose parts” and are perfect for constructive play, which is very important in early childhood development. Static environments generally have limited loose parts, but naturalized environments have an abundance
strength and fine motor dexterity. Engage your child's inner artist outdoors by painting pots, making mosaic pavers and creating artwork from fallen leaves. The possibilities are limitless!Your turn: Do you include natural play elements in your yard? Upload a photo in the Comments section below!More:
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Boho treetop house
dining space with a beautiful patterned umbrella to pick up falling leaves and detritus from the trees
has views and a lofty position in the treetops. Ggem had a square redwood table and benches custom made so they could comfortably seat eight. Because leaves and other detritus fall from the wonderful trees overhead, she added a patterned umbrella from Cost Plus World Market and Moroccan lanterns for a warm
treetops. Ggem had a square redwood table and benches custom made so they could comfortably seat eight. Because leaves and other detritus fall from the wonderful trees overhead, she added a patterned umbrella from Cost Plus
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tender herbs. (I hope your basil did better than mine this year.) Be sure to remove fallen leaves from beneath the apple trees — especially if your trees suffered from apple scab. Do not compost these leaves. I replace the top inch of soil with fresh compost as an additional precaution to prevent fungal
Compost. My city offers free compost, and the stuff is black gold; it's lush and rich and easy to work with. Top-dress your garden beds with 1/4 inch of compost to increase fertility and aerate them, which eventually mitigates the need for bad chemical fertilizers. Properly
Lawn Less Front Yard Design by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
those are "arctoctis" and have beautiful fuzzy gray leaves.
flowers - they are "arctoctis" and have beautiful fuzzy gray leaves
" those are "arctoctis" and have beautiful fuzzy gray leaves."
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Little Gem Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’) A prince among trees, this dwarf southern magnolia has lustrous dark green leaves that are cinnamon colored underneath, making them very popular in holiday decorations. Although this is an evergreen tree, it is perhaps most loved
meditative space on a tree-covered, west facing side yard. The dominant planting motif is semi-tropical foliage emphasizing chartreuse and light green leaves in varying textures and forms. Photo: Billy Goodnick
What is the name of the spotted plant on the right with the large leaves?
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Hard edges softened by strappy multi textured leaves
Trap slugs and snailsSnails are out in force at this time of year, making short work of plants with soft leaves such as hostas, daylily, taro and passionfruit as well as small seedlings of just about anything. To keep bait dry and avoid contact with the soil, place it into a yoghurt container or similar