25 squash Eclectic Home Design Photos

Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
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Home Farm and Garden
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The pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae) The victims: Squash, particularly butternut and summer squash; cantaloupe
Blue Hubbard Squash - kills cucumber beetles, squash borers & other pests
plant blue hubbard squash 2 weeks before planting other squash. It is a companion
cantaloupe, watermelon The trap crop: More squash, especially blue hubbard (shown). Plant blue hubbard two weeks before planting your main crop to give the plants
The pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae)The victims: Squash, particularly butternut and summer squash; cantaloupe
cantaloupe, watermelonThe trap crop: More squash, especially blue hubbard (shown). Plant blue hubbard two weeks before planting your main crop to give the plants
“The pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae) The victims: Squas” — motherhenning
The Room Illuminated
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Melbourne photo shoot #1
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Wherever it can fitWhen you’re squashing your home office into a spot next to the kitchen, you might have less say
“Great inspirational work place” — Sarah Mattson
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Autumn Porches
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Harvest: Summer squash are usually ready to harvest about two months after planting. Crookneck
harvesting; overnight that tiny zucchini can become a monster. Harvest winter squash once the vines have dried and the skin is hard enough that you can’t dent
temperature of around 55 degrees Fahrenheit (12 degrees Celsius). Winter squash keeps for two to six months.
Harvest: Summer squash are usually ready to harvest about two months after planting. Crookneck
harvesting; overnight that tiny zucchini can become a monster.Harvest winter squash once the vines have dried and the skin is hard enough that you can’t dent
temperature of around 55 degrees Fahrenheit (12 degrees Celsius). Winter squash keeps for two to six months.More:How to Start Your Garden From SeedsMore
“cozy seasonal” — mogranny
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The Angled Approach
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them in a container in the freezer if you’re not keen on baits or the squashing method. Feed them to the ducks next time you go to the park.
“Favorite febce” — pamkemper57
Adeeni Design Group
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Union Square West
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Squash 290B6
“The hight might be a question but a great candidate for our entry.” — zenmode
House + House Architects
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House for Two Architects
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squash yellow
“patio” — aalcazar
Luke Cartledge Photography
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Kensington Town House
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Squashed barhroom
“Shower towel” — suwang8
Julie Ranee Photography
Autumn Porches
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your seasonal decor. Use fall veggies to decorate your kitchen, like acorn squash and sweet potatoes in your favorite antique bowl. It's functional and fabulous
Pumpkins, squashes and gourds, oh my! Which will you pick to decorate your home?
your seasonal decor. Use fall veggies to decorate your kitchen, like acorn squash and sweet potatoes in your favorite antique bowl. It's functional and fabulous
“Kay could make a toolbox” — bethlittlefield
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