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Native Edge Landscape
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Crestview
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t and native plants. Especially important in the southwest and western U.S., and anywhere drought is a problem, choosing the native plants can reduce the need for frequent watering.Guides to gardening in your region of the U.S.
4. Do I really need a big tank?Even if you do have the capacity, not every water tank has to be huge. It all depends on what your needs are. If it’s just for a modest garden, then a simple small tank like the one pictured may suffice.
“rain barrel from gutters” — gracedrive
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: 405 Lincoln
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the house was carried through to the garden’s hardscape.
Raised beds line the path from the front yard to the side yard. The same slate flooring used in the house was carried through to the garden’s hardscape.
Raised beds line the path from the front yard to the side yard. The same slate flooring used in the house was carried through to the garden’s hardscape.
“Raised planters” — Hillary Kokes
Coffman Studio
The Colony House
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bring it to life. Beware: Yellow can lead the eye through the garden, but too much will overpower it. When choosing a color for a feature wall, it’s useful to remember that color changes enormously in different light conditions. In the morning sun, a yellow wall will look completely different than
yellow bring it to life. Beware: Yellow can lead the eye through the garden, but too much will overpower it. When choosing a color for a feature wall, it’s useful to remember that color changes enormously in different light conditions. In the morning sun, a yellow wall will look completely different than
“Grass plan” — swiyer
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
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As I said in the article, I love it because it turns in both directions. Which one do you have? Also, as I said, I love grouping them together in 3s and 5s. The effect is like a choreographed ballet. Good luck!
seeing them respond to the wind as it blows across the ridge. Properly introduced, movement brings a magical choreography to a well-designed garden. Let’s look at ways to embrace movement and put it to work for us in our outdoor spaces. eclectic landscape by Jay Sifford Garden Design Jay Sifford Garden
“original” — suzannewei
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
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Fill in the empty spots in your landscape with a cover crop. While you may end up with more fava beans than you know what to do with, that’s the idea. These crops aren’t grown for food; instead, they are tilled or dug into the soil as amendments. There are a number of options available. Legumes
your garden. Fill in the empty spots in your landscape with a cover crop. While you may end up with more fava beans than you know what to do with, that’s the idea. These crops aren’t grown for food; instead, they are tilled or dug into the soil as amendments. There are a number of options available. Legumes
“clover field” — East Chop Gardens
Joanne Green
Duffy's Forest Project
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pool surrounds and spaces around the house were filled with a mixture of hardy plants with a sub-tropical bent, such as Frangipani’s, N.Z. Flax, Yucca’s, Gardenia’s, Murraya and Bird-of-Paradise, with striking selected succulents as accents. An extensive driveway of second hand bricks was installed
“Facing / flowing away from hot tub!” — alinmark
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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5. Bean tepee. Beans grow quickly and are easy to grow even for beginning gardeners. If you are thinking of planting beans, there’s no need to keep them along a fence in neat rows — try a tepee instead. Pick up a dozen or so bamboo or willow poles at your local garden center and
5. Bean tepee. Beans grow quickly and are easy to grow even for beginning gardeners. If you are thinking of planting beans, there’s no need to keep them along a fence in neat rows — try a tepee instead. Pick up a dozen or so bamboo or willow poles at your local garden center and drive them into the ground
Bean teepee. Beans grow quickly and are easy to grow even for beginning gardeners. If you are thinking of planting beans, there’s no need to keep them along a fence in neat rows – try a teepee instead. Pick up a dozen or so bamboo or willow poles at your local garden centre and drive
“Probably very nice once covered in vines.” — carocox
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Highland Park Residence 3
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Poorly drained landscapes and wet soil can haunt home gardeners. Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum), native to southern U.S. swamps and traditionally harvested for lumber, can serve as the perfect ornamental solution, particularly those with too much of a wet thing. “They
Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum), native to southern U.S. swamps and traditionally harvested for lumber, can serve as the perfect ornamental solution, particularly those with too much of a wet thing. a good
“good privacy wall. Drop needles?” — jbossert
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