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Mark S. Garff, Landscape Architect
4 Reviews
Bellevue Residence
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Michael Wamsley Photography Landscape Design by Mark S. Garff, ASLA
Mark S. Garff, Landscape Architect
“stone” — Leslie Birchard
Jon R. Sayler, Architect AIA PS
5 Reviews
Picard Point Cabin
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to keep the cabin’s location as secluded as possible, so he made the only parking area 200 feet away from the home so that visitors would have to take a stroll through the
Sayler wanted to keep the cabin’s location as secluded as possible, so he made the only parking area 200 feet away from the home so that visitors would have to take a stroll through the
Sayler wanted to keep the cabin’s location as secluded as possible, so he made the only parking area 200 feet away from the home so that visitors would have to take a stroll through the woods along a pebble pathway. You arrive at this stone and moss patio, where a tabletop can be lifted off to reveal
“just a cool looking cabana by the lake” — keithgaryt
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
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other spring-blooming bulbs add bright color to containers. While you can plant the container with the bulbs in fall, leaving it in a protected site, it’s easiest to purchase already-blooming pots in the spring and nestle the plants in your container. Botanical name: Tulipa USDA zones: 3 to 8 Light requirement:
other spring-blooming bulbs add bright color to containers. While you can plant the container with the bulbs in fall, leaving it in a protected site, it’s easiest to purchase already-blooming pots in the spring and nestle the plants in your container.
other spring-blooming bulbs add bright color to containers. While you can plant the container with the bulbs in fall, leaving it in a protected site, it’s easiest to purchase already-blooming pots in the spring and nestle the plants in your container.Botanical name: TulipaUSDA zones: 3 to 8Light requirement:
“Tulips in planters” — Fei Deng
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
“bean teepee/kid playhouse!” — Jackie Rohrick
Utopia Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Cooparoo 3
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3. Add outdoor heatingOutdoor entertaining can be an all-year affair – all that’s required is an effective heating unit. For a fully fitted option, a gas fireplace or infra-red radiant heater can be installed. But if you prefer a moveable option, try a brazier, chiminea, patio heater or the simple but
models have a 21st-century feel, using ethanol rather than wood. The heating capacity and efficiency is just as effective as a wood-burning pit, but there’s no need to collect firewood. Remember, outdoor heaters get very hot – even ethanol fireplaces have open flames – so make sure any heating unit is positioned
to get away from the daily grind, a laid-back hangout in your garden could be just what you need. This garden plays on the tropical vibe of Brisbane’s greenery to create a setting that has privacy, warmth and a global-getaway feel.
“Stones under fire pot” — brian royal
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Botanical name: Persicaria virginiana ‘Painter’s Palette’ (syn. Tovara virginiana ‘Painter’s Palette’) Common name: Painter’s Palette knotweed
“interesting shade plant - idea book here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/30909266/list/great-design-” — crabtreestudio
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Botanical name: Persicaria virginiana ‘Painter’s Palette’ (syn. Tovara virginiana ‘Painter’s Palette’) Common name: Painter’s Palette knotweed
“interesting plant (see rest of article)” — Sarah Barlow
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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up to 30 inches high above the foliage. It loves full sun and is drought tolerant once established. Eryngium giganteum is also called Miss Willmott’s Ghost. The odd common name comes from the story that the famed English plantswoman used to secretly scatter seeds of the plant when visiting other peoples’
not as decorative as the bronze variety, but both tend to outgrow their position, reaching up to 6 feet in height and spreading to 2 feet across. It’s better, therefore, to remove any that will unbalance your planting when they reach maturity; though of course leave some to flower and produce seed.
not as decorative as the bronze variety, but both tend to outgrow their position, reaching up to 6 feet in height and spreading to 2 feet across. It’s better, therefore, to remove any that will unbalance your planting when they reach maturity; though of course leave some to flower and produce seed.
“Botanical name: Foeniculum vulgare ‘Purpureum’ Common name: Bronze fennel Where it will grow: Ha” — tascharaymond
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