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Kimberley Bryan
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Seattle Organic Garden
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— it’s about knowing why something’s in the garden.
for the animals. Many weeds are excellent for the soil — it’s about knowing why something’s in the garden.”
sides of the sidewalk, from huckleberry and witch hazel to plantain, lady’s mantle, black elderberry and bleeding heart. Sweet cicely, with intense, l
Consider birds and bees. From huckleberry and witch hazel to plantains, lady’s mantle, black elderberry and bleeding heart, Amy Ockerlander has created a
for the animals. Many weeds are excellent for the soil — it’s about knowing why something’s in the garden.” See the rest of this homeMy Houzz is a series
sides of the sidewalk, from huckleberry and witch hazel to plantain, lady’s mantle, black elderberry and bleeding heart. Sweet cicely, with intense, l
after photo Seattle, still room for the
“Garden supports Life” — socagal
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
For nearly 20 years Grow Landscapes, Inc. has proven to be a leader in the industry in terms of design, innovation and craftsmanship.
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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way, it’s a winner that also attracts hummingbirds.
3. Taste Blue sage (Salvia azurea) is drought tolerant and blooms in early fall. It’s easy to
Blue sage (Salvia azurea) is drought tolerant and blooms in early fall. It’s easy to sow, too, if you like free plants.
Blue sage (Salvia azurea) is drought tolerant and blooms in early fall. It’s easy to sow, too, if you like free plants. Since taste and smell are so closely
bridge garnishing food and making your hands smell better — either way, it’s a winner that also attracts hummingbird
TasteBlue sage (Salvia azurea) is drought tolerant and blooms in early fall. It’s easy to sow, too, if you like free plants. Since taste and smell are so closely
“Blue sage (Salvia azurea) is drought tolerant and blooms in early fall. It’s easy to sow, too, if” — bandiverse
Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect
Riviera Modern
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Be creative. Once you begin thinking about metal mesh and its potential, it’s hard not to think of an area that it couldn’t be used for in the home. Case
Once you begin thinking about metal mesh and its potential, it’s hard not to think of an area that it couldn’t be used for in the home. Case
Be creative Once you begin thinking about metal mesh and its potential, it’s hard not to think of an area that it couldn’t be used for in the home. Case
Be creative. Once you begin thinking about metal mesh and its potential, it’s hard not to think of an area that it couldn’t be used for in the home. Case
Be creativeOnce you begin thinking about metal mesh and its potential, it’s hard not to think of an area that it couldn’t be used for in the home. Case
“Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect SaveEmail Be creative. Once you begin thinking about metal mesh an” — kuzzwhy
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
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Wallingford Vegetable Beds
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she says, adding that it’s about half the cost of cedar. Unfortunately juniper is not always as readily available as cedar, so it’s good to check your local
Raised plant beds 4x8 - wooden 4x4's & wood top ledges
is a popular material for raised beds in the Seattle area, says Lau, but it’s expensive. “We happened to use juniper timbers for the wood of the beds because
they used here are live edge and have a rustic feel.Cedar is a popular material for raised beds in the Seattle area, says Lau, but it’s expensive. “We happened
she says, adding that it’s about half the cost of cedar. Unfortunately juniper is not always as readily available as cedar, so it’s good to check your local
Garden FeaturesJuniper raised beds. The Richardsons live across the street from a popular park and wanted to embrace the heavy foot traffic in the design
“Raised beds made of juniper (1/2 the cost of cedar) with wide lip for seating.” — Jamie Crouch
New Eco Landscapes
9 Reviews
Steam Punk Eclectic in Brooklyn Heights
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When we take a closer look at the design, we can see how brick’s being a modular material allowed the designer to create such an intricate pattern
The painted steel planter meets the patio’s edge, matching the line of the bricks. Lewis designed the terraced steel planter
"The painted steel planter meets the patio’s edge, matching the line of the bricks. Lewis designed the terraced steel planter
The painted steel planter meets the patio’s edge, matching the line of the bricks. Lewis designed the terraced steel planter first. “Everything fell into
When we take a closer look at the design, we can see how brick’s being a modular material allowed the designer to create such an intricate pattern
“Brick” — jmu2102
Gardens by Gabriel
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Manzanita Wall Sculpture
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I planned to paint the old wooden French doors in my dining room and why I worked on a 1940s enamel table. I delved deeper and learned that decor is just
Leonard Koren (one of the best gifts I’ve ever received). Before I read Koren’s book, I knew I’d found myself in this ancient Japanese practice of revering
I've always practiced a love of pieces, furniture, etc....anything appreciated enough that it has had repair work...
“Arbor” — Diane
BROOK LANDSCAPE
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FORT GREENE ROOF GARDEN
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Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, incorporates salvaged furniture, handmade pieces and an assortment of planters and found objects.
as often as he can.“It’s the most used room eight months out of the year,” he says. “I even sleep out there.” And though he lives alone, he doesn’t close
Yard at a GlanceWho lives here: Brook KlausingLocation: Brooklyn, New YorkSize: 800 square feet (74 square meters)Klausing’s rooftop makes you want to
and come chill on the roof when I’m not around. When you have a garden, it’s always good to have babysitters.”
souvent qu’il le peut. « C’est la pièce la plus utilisée huit mois sur douze », s’amuse-t-il. « Il m’arrive même d’y dormir. » Et bien qu’il vive seul, il ne
“skylight in lobby???” — sedick
Bliss Garden Design
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Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
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4'x6'wide. Cutting is worth doing in spring to make room for new growth
western sword fern (Polystichum munitum) is nevertheless one of the region’s most visually distinctive — even dramatic — native plants. Its dark green,
evergreen, it benefits from having its coarse foliage cut down in spring to make room for fresh growth. Cutting is worth doing, just to enjoy watching the fronds
fronds appear, and through winter when the rich green foliage provides a lively foil to mosses, ground covers or bare earthWhen to plant: Fall to spring
evergreen, it benefits from having its coarse foliage cut down in spring to make room for fresh growth. Cutting is worth doing, just to enjoy watching the fronds
“Polystichum makinoi, Polystichum polyblepharum, Epimedium, Blechnum spicant, variegated twiggy dogwo” — eurystomus
Need help on living and dining on my new house
Very small space , what kind of dining and living room furniture s to buy? And help with the paint .... Thanks!
Coffee table
Very unique, do you know where it was purchased? Thank you.
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