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Caruth
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Island Architects
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“bench in foyer” — amybarker4
Kuth / Ranieri Architects
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Wurster Residence
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Ficus need steady temperature of 18-20 degrees centigrade. Not good when heating is turned low or off...place in an area where no draughts.
Thinking I could keep a really expensive plant alive. As my best friend always reminds
6. Thinking I could keep a really expensive plant alive. As my best friend always reminds me, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and thinking the outcome will be different. So insanity is the only explanation I can think of to explain my decision to buy a towering ficus
“Beautiful entry” — CarlaInspired
Bosworth Hoedemaker
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Washington Park Tower Condo
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The front flower bed has no flowers yet the house still looks grounded and requires little maintenance. Neat and tidy.
I like the plant arrangements
plant in front of mirror
the plant...Potted plant...container plants...potted plants
“foyer” — snupi95
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence Entry Hall
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Lowes was supposed to offer me an entry to win home improvemnt at thin
Lowes was supposed to offer me an entry to win home improvemnt at thin Tony.delia@dla.mil
Creating Calm Entry and Mudroom Try something low. A long, low table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms.
Creating Calm Entry and Mudroom Try something low. A long, low table
low bench makes it calmer, nice hall rug
Entry and Mudroom Try something low. A long, low table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys
Try something low. A long, low table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms. It's
“zen” — dany60
ras-a, inc.
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Entry Garden
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Low-water planting near entry. Show Ardent.
Like the plants in the stone
plants sticking out to form a pattern very interesting
Little plants in pavers
Low lights on wall...Plant holes....Bac a plantes
“Front” — Damian Marin
Adrienne DeRosa
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Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
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fixtures. Ipe, a Braziian hardwood, is ideal for outdoor applications, lasting 25-40 years without treatment. As Gayle explains, "It is lower maintenance if you let it age naturally, like teak or cedar, but we've chosen to seal it yearly to highlight and retain more of the deeper, richer color."
Love the two rosemary plants- I need to plant more!!!!
lasting 25 to 40 years without treatment. Gayle says, "It is lower maintenance if you let it age naturally, like teak or cedar, but we've chosen to seal it yearly to highlight and retain more of the deeper, richer color."
Water the plant regularly until it's established, then just enough to keep it from
Rosemary does not like wet feet. It also doesn’t like to be fed. (You can’t get easier care than this.)Pinch or snip back the tips to shape. If the plant becomes too rangy, then shear back the sides and tops. Just don’t take too much at one time or it will look bare.
“Two tone paint and stone pathway charming!” — Cheryl Fisher
Tim Clarke Design
Native Woods
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Bench for courtyard with plant bed
21. courtyard entry using low concrete walls
bench for courtyard with plantings behind
Concrete floors and plants,,,,, those 2 pots
Concrete less maintenance Krygers?
“Courtyard” — roykthompson
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