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Bachman's Landscape Design - Tom Haugo
Back yard patio, deck and gardens
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Back yard patio, deck and gardens
MNLA award winning landscaping using cobble street pavers, wheel pattern herb garden, white picket fence, and clay brick paver walkways. Project was installed in back yard of a Edina residence. Design & installation by Tom Haugo, Bachman's Landscaping
breaking up of garden with stones
smaller scale circular herb garden with stones & pavers
Shape of garden+the the chives are braced
Like the idea of a herb garden and the bricks
4. Herbs. Another option is to turn your planting space into an herb garden. Go formal, such as with a classic herb wheel like the one seen here, or fill in with a free-form design or large containers. Most herbs are quick-growing annuals that love the sun and heat. They’re also generally drought tolerant
“Herb garden” — Glenn Schleicher
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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Raised herb garden on fence to the right of greenhouse
Again, a division without being a division but like the idea of contained gardening. Could be flowers as well.
posts with carve birds and ports of herbs!!
The screen nudges you off the driveway and around the side, down a granite flagstone path to the private garden.
A vertical garden of herbs like lavender and rosemary not only does double duty when dinnertime comes, but their relaxing scent also helps create a feeling of seclusion.
un murCe mur végétal, composé de plusieurs pots de même taille, est idéal pour les petits pieds de légumes ou les herbes aromatiques. Vous pouvez ainsi cultiver et récolter vos légumes à votre hauteur sans problème.Astuce : pensez à adapter l’exposition de votre structure aux besoin de vos plantes. Les
“Rosemary & lavender for scent & pest control” — carolshughes
Deanne
dedeme68
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Herb containers - chalk paint terra cotta
Cute idea for an herb garden.
Would love to have a little herb garden - potted to start
great basic idea for herb planter
Starter plants for my herb garden.
pot makes it easy to keep track of which herb is which.
Because herbs grow so well in a group, keeping them together on an étagère, as Houzz user Dedeme68 has done in her garden in Australia, can help them thrive. This is a great way to keep fresh herbs at hand without the dedication of a full plant
you’ve gotten started on herb gardens, you’ll probably want to look into more unusual offerings, even if they aren’t edible.Spread the love. One great thing about herbs is that they’re usually easy to propagate by seeds or cuttings. Propagation is a great way to practice your garden skills.
“marked” — Lizelle Liebeneberg
Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
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Napa
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walkway under arbor in veg garden
Decide on your garden layout. Do you want a separate herb garden? Your options include a formal design, such as a knot garden, or a more casual garden bed. Should the herbs be in
another view of narrow herb gardens
Decide on your garden layout. Do you want a separate herb garden? Your options include a formal design, such as a knot garden, or a more casual garden bed. Should the herbs be in a series of containers, maybe on a patio outside the kitchen, where they’ll be readily accessible? Do you want to use some
“Landscape” — alangross
Aloe Designs
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Aloe Test Garden
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In-ground BBQ pit nestled in the herb garden.
What are the herbs in this garden?
Will you please tell me what herbs are in this garden? I think I see mint and thyme, but not sure about the rest. I like plants that are both edible and beautiful
thyme, lavender, garden grey sage, yellow sage, purple sage, hyssop
Plant them in a formal herb garden, mix with other edibles or grow in any type of planter or box.
Placement of herbs in a contained sunny spot is great.
BBQ pit nestled in the herb gaden
4. Herbs. Most of our favorite herbs are also the easiest edibles to grow. Some, like mint, are almost impossible not to grow — plant some in the ground and you’ll be pulling up mint all over your garden. Most herbs do best with full sun and little to regular
“herb garden” — Steve Ross
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Mediterranean Perennial
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4 Herb Container Gardens for Fabulous Global Cuisine
Beautiful container herb gardens! 3-5 plants for 12 in diameter pot, 6-9 plants for 18 in diameter pot. Use potting mix specifically made for herb gardening.”
Mix of herbs in 1 pot
potted herbs, can follow theme of herbs like for salsa, pizza, etc.
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 to use potting mix (not garden soil) specifically made for this.
“drought tolerant potted plants” — alexaakathou
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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Vertical herbs -- great way to save room for the regular veggies.
fence for vegetable garden to protect from dog
For the herb garden near the back door
Is this the simplest monochromatic green garden? A minimalist green wall has been created with terra-cotta pots, planted with a selection of sedums with a variety of green foliage.More: Unsung Garden Hero: Fantastic Foliage
“Side fence” — sandrapapas
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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Herb spiral gardens like this are suitable for compact spaces and as a feature garden. This clever vertical garden design is a highly productive, energy efficient way to grow food; can be made with a wide variety of materials; and maximises growing space. Tutorial on how to make your own @ http://th
http://themicrogardener.com/4-step-guide-to-building-a-herb-spiral/ + the many benefits @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-benefits-of-a-herb-spiral-in-your-garden/.
I like the elevated her garden - you can see and select herbs quite easily.
Looks nice and central focus on herbs
raised garden beds in Cor Ten
Herbs massed together on lower level rather than deck.
oregano and other herbs grow in a custom steel planter with two layers of planting area and plenty of drainage into a gravel courtyard.
“Metal garden” — toni2254
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