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Saucier + Flynn, Ltd.
Mountain Retreat
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tomatoes and even deeper for fruit trees. The general guideline is to water about 1 inch a week, but it can vary depending your plants, climate conditions
tomatoes and even deeper for fruit trees. The general guideline is to water about 1 inch a week, but it can vary depending your plants, climate conditions
tomatoes and even deeper for fruit trees. The general guideline is to water about 1 inch a week, but it can vary depending your plants, climate conditions
going to put the work and money into amending your clay soil, be strategic about where you do it. A raised veggie garden bed, or a garden bed near your front
“it's relationship with the other flowers and elements” — betsykeady
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks2,298
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background is Agastache 'Black Adder'. It is maintenance free, blooms for about 5 months, and smells like black licorice.
background is Agastache 'Black Adder'. It is maintenance free, blooms for about 5 months, and smells like black licorice.
What do you like about this photo? Plantings
daisies and pink echinacea or a bright orange black-eyed Susan scattered about in a sea of lavender.
daisies and pink echinacea or a bright orange black-eyed Susan scattered about in a sea of lavender.
“The flowers so pretty” — Judy Rose McMillan
Paintbox Garden
7 Reviews
Ornamental Blues
Ideabooks2,443
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is one of the easiest ways to make your cooks’ garden look gorgeous. What about a lovely row of round green cabbages (as shown here) and palm-tree-like Cavolo
blue, green, and wonderfully edible - how about home made ferments.
I'm wondering about adding vegetables to the new garden or find a separate area at another time
is one of the easiest ways to make your cooks’ garden look gorgeous. What about a lovely row of round green cabbages (as shown here) and palm-tree-like Cavolo
“Love the blues...” — jblindzz
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
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fence? I am looking to plant something in a similar location, but sorry about the trunks getting too big. Thanks!
I really want to stain my fence black, but I'm worried about how it will weather. Do you know how this fence is holding up? Also, what
I'm not exactly sure but probably about 25-30' wide on average. We choose a mainly new england woodland type palette
I love every thing about houzz...how about half of a gate
“Alludes to the days of old with carriage houses. Beautiful lamp touch.” — Susan B. Viemeister Landscape Design
Art in Green
4 Reviews
Turramurra
Ideabooks11,039
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Hi Superpandita, the deck is about 450 - 500mm above the grass. I think from memory the pool is about 5 x 6m and approx. 1.8m deep at it's deepest
decking, which leaves me to believe open air space, my question is more about drainage under the deck. Is there a French drain or catch basins to divert
is perfect for entertaining. In a garden like this, you can easily forget about everything going on outside your four walls.
“Pool fence” — dragonflydeb11
Exteriors By Chad Robert
9 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks3,274
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What about 1-2 palm trees of this variety?
and do poorly in the humid climates typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean
and do poorly in the humid climates typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean
“Summer Picnic” — twilghtzone
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
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shopping for a client and creating someone else's vision of a home. "I'm not about to preach to somebody else when it comes to how to live their lives," she
think most of my clients know that my colleagues and I are pretty thoughtful about what we do. We want each and every one of our remodels to be our last [for
shopping for a client and creating someone else’s vision of a home. ‘I’m not about to preach to somebody else when it comes to how to live their lives,’ she
think most of my clients know that my colleagues and I are pretty thoughtful about what we do. We want each and every one of our remodels to be our last (for
“country days” — Blandena Whitacre
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks9,570
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Yes--these chairs are always outside. They only last for about 10 years and need to be replaced. I imagine you could bring them in annually and they
These are indeed about as deer-proof as you can get. We use them frequently for this very reason
The ferns we used here are a staple in just about any woodland garden we design. It is called haysented fern, (Dennstaedtia
Another ground surface to think about...would be good further down the garden where paths/spaces are less used
What about just ferns for the back!
“chairs” — raquelnordness
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