55 grow an herb garden Industrial Home Design Photos

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Is Cor-ten steel safe for growing organic vegetables? can the rust leech into the soil and food supply?
Herb spiral gardens like this are suitable for compact spaces and as a feature garden. This clever vertical garden design is a highly productive, energy efficient way to grow food; can be made with a wide variety of materials; and maximises growing space. Tutorial on how to make your own @ http://th
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Herb spiral gardens like this are suitable for compact spaces and as a feature garden. This clever vertical garden design is a highly productive, energy efficient way to grow food; can be made with a wide variety of materials; and maximises growing space. Tutorial on how
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boxes and pebbles? If it is dirt, do you have a problem with weeds growing? Thank you, Ana Q.
What is the thickness of the pavers in your lovely garden?
I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit non toxic rubber compound. This keeps any metal from leaching into the soil. It's a great product and
I got some steel plater boxes made for me by sarabistudio.com and now my veggies grow twice as much and my garden looks like a piece of art
planter boxes for herbs and flowers
this size and with the garden boxes.
Add a little copper herb garden next to bbq/bar area?
can also do container gardens or window boxes with herbs or a few berry plants, or raised beds of vegetables. (We all know how good homegrown tomatoes are in summer.)
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Container herb garden with spaces between for tending and collecting
VEG. GARDEN IDEA - NOTE INFO ON COR-TEN.
to use in veg garden
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raised garden beds...Container garden...Herb garden3...Circular gardening...Garden idea...Veggie garden...herb garden...container garden...garden bed...sustainable garden
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are these garden use water conservation base plants?
Thanks! We're happy to tell you what it is but need some clarification? If you are curious about a plant can you describe which one, none are actually growing on the fence.
Hello Phillips Garden... What gauge are the cort-en panels & are they standing alone or wrapping cinder block? Thank you!
more low growing plants. Plants growing over rocks
Garden,zinc coated lag screws with rubber side
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Garden..potager plus haut pou herbes aromatic
plants at waist level - easy gardening
Garden raised and rust colored metal as wall
Paving secret garden
garden c...herb shelf...Gardening option...rust and herbs
Sonoma Barn - Front ShadingMICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
screen with flowering vines growing up would look nice on exterior
vines can grow on a metal grid so as not to damage structure
Metal Grid for vines to grow on.
To cover implement shed in garden
Instead of chicken wire for garden enclosure
idea to grow in front of shed where netball ring is
Conceal with creepersThere’s no quick fix to waiting for a vine to grow, but an ambitious framework on this serious-sized shed suggests the end results will be well worth it. Meanwhile, the greenery looks really lovely against
Minnehaha ParkwayPhillips Garden
nice use of stone on wall adding value to garden area.
Plants for back end of garden
sedums growing in gravel garden
beautiful succulent - cactus garden
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Tarrytown Modern RetreatB. Jane Gardens
Like this idea to have ivy grow around front of garage
vine-like shrubs growing up brick pillars
Plant grows over wooden wall
Vines growing...vines growing up...B. Jane Gardens
San Francisco Dining TerraceChristopher Yates Landscape Architecture
students, but also for those who wished to design and build a garden in a modern style.Brookes outlined simple geometric design techniques to balance the garden with the house, creating patterns that could tie together all the functions of the garden; the resulting designs echoed Mondrian paintings.
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plants since he was very young, and was excited that his sunny loft would suit his indoor tropical garden. "I definitely have a green thumb," he says. "The loft makes it easy for my split-leaf philodendron to grow very big." Table: e15; Tulip Chairs: eBay
10. Cassez la rigueur du noir et blanc en intégrant des végétauxHerbes folles, branches souples, feuilles aux looks variés… Multipliez les plantes vertes afin de détendre l’atmosphère guindée.
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Botanical name: Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' Common names: Feather reed grass USDA zones: 5-9; reported to grow from 3-9 Water requirement: Low; water bi-monthly Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: 36-48” h x 24” spread (60-80” h when flowering)
to Ideabook Email Photo Botanical name: Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' Common names: Feather reed grass USDA zones: 5-9; reported to grow from 3-9 Water requirement: Low; water bi-monthly Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: 36-48” h x 24” spread (60-80” h when flowering)
foliage ebbs and sways with any amount of wind, enabling any landscape to appear more dynamic and responsive to the forces of nature. While this grass grows to a height of 2-3’, the subtle pink foliage rosettes that appear in June can reach over 5’. By fall, the color has matured into a beautiful golden
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I like the raised part of the garden
The Garden edging against the lawn
Garden design for grassed area
Plantings on sunken garden wall
Another great contemporary garden
Landscape vegetable garden 2
In the modern garden, stone and brickwork aren't always the most suitable construction materials for creating retaining walls. Here Cor-Ten steel has been used to form a cost-effective barrier.
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