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Herb House Garden
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Rock and plants to keep soil from flowing onto patio when it rains
Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost. Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now.
Southeast. "Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest
Yoest. "Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now."Get her Southeast April checklist | See more regional gardening guides
“Use of color Mass planting” — Amanda Emmott
Sarah Greenman
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Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
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What zones are these plants best suited for? Absolutely beautiful!
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall and low plants, even if the difference is only a few inches, can make the difference between a garden that is static and a lively one. Keeping plant height in mind is also important when you plant. Generally, place taller plants at the back
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall and low plants, even if the difference is only a few inches, can make the difference between a garden that is static and a lively one. Keeping plant height in
in mind is also important when you plant. Generally, place taller plants at the back or in the middle, with the medium-height ones surrounding them and the shortest lining the edges. That way the shortest plants won’t get lost.
“Love the sunflowers” — LInda Wilcox
Crisp Architects
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Fern Bed
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If i had a lot of land. MASS PLANTING!!
Plant ferns en mass in a shade garden.
conditions. There is something primally satisfying about this diverse group of plants, which is reason enough to include them in almost any environment in which they will grow.There are, however, many other reasons to plant ferns. Let’s take a look at eight of them.
“ferns” — cahart1953
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Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
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View to living room terrace.
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what kind of planting is that between the pavers?
The mulch is a fine screen dark decomposed bark mulch. The plantings are Blue star creeper in the front of the photo and red mother of thyme, thymus serphyllum on the mound.
Like the plants in between the slate.
the layering of plants surrounding the patoo
Plant material right at your feet
chimney's Montana ledgestone relates to the stone used throughout the landscape. Lankstone's planting plan includes perennials, trees and shrubs that provide color and fragrance throughout all four seasons. He chose plants that will not block the sight lines as they mature.
“extended patio” — Betty Bennett
Edward Clark Landscape Architect, LLC
Gladstone, NJ
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flowers and plantings around the fence. love the barn too
'fence' plantings...mass planting...container plants
“country feel but still stately. open air.” — jenniferyount
Rollin Landscape Design
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Sonoma Vineyard Getaway
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mass planting
“Outside staircase” — nancygayleclarke
Jacobson, Silverstein, Winslow / Degenhardt
Porches + Outdoor Rooms
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mass plantings
“deck” — hickmaf
Beinfield Architecture PC
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House on Belle Island
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mass plantings
“white on stone base with wood roof” — akantgias
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