34 when to plant herbs outside Eclectic Patio Design Photos

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
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Mirror behind some plants in courtyard
your local antiques market. Add lots of different herbs and colorful flowers. Even though an English garden looks all romantic and natural, there is a little planning involved. First work out what flowers and herbs will thrive in your climate (and when they bloom). Then think through different heights
the final lower layers, consider something like bedding dahlias and begonias with some trailing plants such as cacopa or verbena. Plant in groups and pack everything in close.You can also try climbing plants such as creeping roses to cover railings or exposed walls, and add a small water feature to create
Nestled beneath flowering trees, this cozy dining spot is one I would have trouble leaving. Pulling the mirror outside brings an unexpected indoor element and the gravel clearing gives the dining nook a sturdy landing pad.
“mirror on patio” — adfrazier
CAROLE MEYER
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Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
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what kind of plants are in the big pots? Love that!
Is this artwork durable to be outside?
Hi.....the plants in the large pots on either side of the painting are Evergreen Jasmine. This is the shady area with European Hornbeam trees behind the tall wall that give this area lots of shade. These Evergreen jasmine seem to love it here and do very well....the scent is wonderful when they bloom
Love that art work. Did you do it. Looking for something to put outside against a wall
as it was at Smith and Hawkins. I decided to just stop buying cheap stuff and get something that would last longer than I will. These pieces stay outside all year long. I do put covers on them and bring the cushions in to store then out of the rain at the end of the season. I am kind of a bargain hunter
“outdoor painting on fence” — bclark123abc
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Madeline's House
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herb plant stands in kitchen
Plant stands for height
plant stands...Plant stands...Love plant stands...Plant stand...great plant stands
“living room” — sushants2ky
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What is that plant with the pink and white flowers
Intimate setting with plants, columns & lights.
The mix of chairs and wild plants
inside chairs outside - if under cover and weather permits
Head outside. When the weather’s fine, throw a tablecloth on an outdoor table (or move the dining table and chairs outside), and break out the good napery. Look beyond what’s on the table when you’re setting the scene; the hanging lanterns here add a
“outdoor table and mixed chairs” — tinaburfield
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Nina van de Goor's Home - Roof Terrace
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nice use of small outside space
2. Use what you have. No matching chairs? No time to buy flowers? Look around your house and get creative. Grab a few potted herbs or flowers from your porch to use as a centerpiece, and call every mismatched chair and stool into service. Drape a colorful cloth on the table (hey
“Pennants” — gerrieann
Celia James
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Balcony small Chelsea Apartment
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On the 16th floor with views over the River Thames this tiny balcony gives the owner somewhere to enjoy the air when weather permits!
tray of dishes or a vase of flowers. When people look at this scene, they won't be thinking "small," they will be thinking, "What a charming spot to have breakfast!"
For selling, spruce up balcony for eating outside.
postage stamp–size balcony, play it up with a cute café table and chairs, a cheerful tablecloth and even a little tray of dishes or a vase of flowers. When people look at this scene, they won't be thinking "small," they will be thinking, "What a charming spot to have breakfast!"
High walls provide privacy for this small urban terrace, but run the risk of appearing a bit institutional. Plants soften the space, enveloping the bistro table in a dose of nature that would not otherwise be present.
“Love the table and chairs. Also the plants” — Alannah Carr
Sarah Natsumi Moore
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Eco Artist's House
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Slice of the Southwest with a side of funk. When the weather is nice in Austin, Texas, Chia Guillory and Javier Arredondo can escape to their private backyard. This corner of the yard features a gifted
only accept that your plants will eventually die or become disfigured by pests or diseases, but count on it. Practice makes perfect; every plant you kill will make you a better gardener, because you then understand more about what that plant needs to thrive. To prevent your plant’s untimely demise, keep
turn things around.Sometimes plants are purchased with one foot already in the grave, then they fall to pieces within a week of purchase. It’s not your fault! The people in the garden department of your local big-box retailer aren’t trained to know each individual plant’s requirements, so it’s very common
“painted picnic table” — kajeso
Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
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decks and outside areas. They are easy to install and fairly low cost. So even if you move out of your house, you can take this with you to wherever your go.
easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an especially good solution for renters
TILES CAN CLICK TOGETHER AND BE TAKEN AWAY WHEN YOU LEAVE
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an especially good
and taken up when you move, making them an especially good solution for renters. You don’t need to live with a crummy patio floor anymore.
“IKEA Decking” — lcsmooch
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