9,165 Bedroom-Furniture-s Landscape Design Photos

Wallace Landscape Associates
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Michael Wren (1632–1723) put pineapple finials on the cathedrals he designed. Olmert traces the pineapple’s association with welcome and hospitality to the British West Indies, where in the 1600s and 1700s planters would leave a fresh pineapple at the gates of their mansions when they were home and open to
Michael Wren (1632–1723) put pineapple finials on the cathedrals he designed.Olmert traces the pineapple’s association with welcome and hospitality to the British West Indies, where in the 1600s and 1700s planters would leave a fresh pineapple at the gates of their mansions when they were home and open to
“Pineapple” — west_house
CYAN Horticulture
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woodland plants that aren’t so common — we have plenty of hostas and ferns and astilbe already, in my opinion. Additional plants you might try include Short’s Aster (Aster shortii) and Early Meadow Rue (Thalictrum dioicum). These North American natives will benefit a plethora of pollinating insects and be as
Short’s Aster (Aster shortii) and Early Meadow Rue (Thalictrum dioicum). These North American natives will benefit a plethora of pollinating insects and be as
make me a very happy guy.So what flowering natives for shade work for you? Let’s get a nice list going in the Comments section!More: Native Plants Inspire and Educate at NYC’s Botanical GardenNative plants for the Western U.S.:California native plants | Northwest native plantsSouthwest native plants |
“polygonum shade plant” — rjcarslake
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Nepeta
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spacing 2'–3’ apart. Walker’s Low catmint is as tough and easy to grow as they come. Thriving in sandy well-drained soil, this cold-hardy cultivar can handle freezing temperatures that dip well below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Take that, seasonal blues!
Walker’s Low catmint is as tough and
Walker’s Low catmint is as tough and easy to grow as they come. Thriving in sandy well-drained soil, this cold-hardy cultivar can handle freezing temperatures
in their beds after planting or cutting back, they will be back with a vengeance—so give them some room when you plant, spacing 2'–3’ apart. Walker’s Low catmint is as tough and easy to grow as they come. Thriving in sandy well-drained soil, this cold-hardy cultivar can handle freezing temperatures
“variety” — H K
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Mediterranean Perennial
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pot, it’s best to check the mature size of the plant. If that’s not possible, you can follow these guidelines using 4-inch starter plants: • Three to five plants for a 12-inch-diameter pot • Six to nine plants for an 18-inch-diameter pot The majority of herbs like well-draining soil, so it’s essential
one pot, it’s best to check the mature size of the plant. If that’s not possible, you can follow these guidelines using 4-inch starter plants:• Three to five plants for a 12-inch-diameter pot• Six to nine plants for an 18-inch-diameter potThe majority of herbs like well-draining soil, so it’s essential
“Beautiful container herb gardens! 3-5 plants for 12 in diameter pot, 6-9 plants for 18 in diameter p” — katsgarden
David Harber
Armillary Sundial
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Artistic touches. This spherical sundial by English sculptor David Harber ornaments a London garden. Elevated on a stone base, it’s part of the planting scheme. Frothy leaves soften the base, and spiky racemes add visual interest. This piece is made of stainless steel, but the company
Ideabook Email Photo Artistic touches. This spherical sundial by English sculptor David Harber ornaments a London garden. Elevated on a stone base, it’s part of the planting scheme. Frothy leaves soften the base, and spiky racemes add visual interest. This piece is made of stainless steel, but the company
rtistic touches. This spherical sundial by English sculptor David Harber ornaments a London garden. Elevated on a stone base, it’s part of the planting scheme. Frothy leaves soften the base, and spiky racemes add visual interest. This piece is made of stainless steel, but the company
“Beautiful sundial” — Melissa Counts
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
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Wallingford Vegetable Beds
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the 4-by-4s every 24 inches or so with deck screws. This box has a 2-inch overhang, and the cap is mounted flush with the inside of the box. How much the cap hangs over is up to you, but make sure it’s consistent around the box. 6. For the bench, bolt at least three supports into the 4-by-4s of the raised
in the same way, with two or three timberLOK screws at each corner screwed down into the course below it. Build the beds as tall as you like, but it’s important to keep in mind that cost and time will increase as the height does. If you’re building on a parking strip or easement, like these juniper
raised bed (see diagram). The bench portion of the box consists of two 2-by-6s. The inner piece of wood sits on the 4-by-4 portion of the raised bed, completed in
“Gardening small garden bed” — mark_eustice
Le jardinet
2014 flowers and foliage
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Short and Sassy Sneezeweed I discovered the perennial sneezeweed (also called Helen’s flower) several years ago, and often use it as an alternative to black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia). The taller varieties do have a tendency to fall over if
Short and Sassy Sneezeweed I discovered the perennial sneezeweed (also called Helen’s flower) several years ago, and often use it as an alternative to black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia). The taller varieties do have a tendency to fall over if
Short and Sassy Sneezeweed I discovered the perennial sneezeweed (also called Helen’s flower) several years ago, and often use it as an alternative to black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia). The taller varieties do have a tendency to fall over if
“cottage” — swanson157
TERRABELLA, inc.
Cannon Hill Residence
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The serpentine shape of the cedar breaks the geometry of the space, adding softness and artistic interest. Additionally, the silver color of the cedar’s trunk repeats the color of the concrete.
The serpentine shape of the cedar breaks the geometry of the space, adding softness and artistic interest. Additionally, the silver color of the cedar’s trunk repeats the color of the concrete.
“Hogwire fence” — st121
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