3,014 re-purpose Landscape Design Photos

Deanne
dedeme68
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great way to identify what you’ve planted in your pots, especially if you’re starting from seeds. Simply take your pot, slap on a chalkboard paint label
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
great way to identify what you’ve planted in your pots, especially if you’re starting from seeds. Simply take your pot, slap on a chalkboard paint label
An idea to re-purpose the yard stairs
“Potted herbs” — Nancy Hunter
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Art in Green
4 Reviews
Hunters Hill
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all times. Always use room-temperature water. Soil: Use a good general-purpose potting soil that retains water but also drains well. Well-aerated soil
all times. Always use room-temperature water. Soil: Use a good general-purpose potting soil that retains water but also drains well. Well-aerated soil
“Babys tears” — Elaine Morris
John F Buchan Homes
4 Reviews
Modern Home Gym
Ideabooks3,193
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tennis court is multi-purpose court too.
Turn the clay court into a multi-purpose hard surface court for tennis, basketball, and volleyball. Many guests have
Wow- Multi-purpose!...Multi purpose...outdoor multi purpose court
“Layout” — richrockin
Mary Ellen Margolis
Eupatorium purpureum Joe Pye Weed
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plants that were once considered weeds are now coming into their own. They’re ideal for the back of a border: Even the smaller varieties can reach 6 feet
up to 9 feet tall. The leaves themselves can be a foot in length, and they're topped by masses of tiny purple to white flowers. Bonus: Brush the leaves
plants that were once considered weeds are now coming into their own. They’re ideal for the back of a border: Even the smaller varieties can reach 6 feet
up to 9 feet tall. The leaves themselves can be a foot in length, and they're topped by masses of tiny purple to white flowers. Bonus: Brush the leaves
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/3542198/list/great-design-plant-joe-pye-weed” — Annie Thornton
The New York Botanical Garden
Monet's Garden
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Japanese anemones, asters and nasturtiums, the re-creation is a celebration of pastels, with the spires of delphiniums, verbascums
original garden was planted with Japanese anemones, asters and nasturtiums, the re-creation is a celebration of pastels, with the spires of delphiniums, verbascums
these gardens appeals most to you? Do you grow a garden with a specific purpose in mind? Share your garden photos in the Comments!
original garden was planted with Japanese anemones, asters and nasturtiums, the re-creation is a celebration of pastels, with the spires of delphiniums, verbascums
“Lovely colours, lupins, delphiniums” — Elske DeGroot
Alyson Ross Markley
Glass art
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like small portholes to a hidden world. Although seldom seen in gardens, they’re very effective at camouflaging themselves into the landscape, adding visual
world. Although they are seldom seen in gardens, when they are used, they’re very effective at camouflaging themselves into the surrounding landscape and
like small portholes to a hidden world. Although seldom seen in gardens, they’re very effective at camouflaging themselves into the landscape, adding visual
“Mirror” — meiersp
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
The Bloedel Reserve
Ideabooks437
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through fall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring and feed with a general-purpose fertilizer in the spring before new growth emerges. Lightly prune in winter
through fallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring and feed with a general-purpose fertilizer in the spring before new growth emerges. Lightly prune in winter
“love large trees and shade” — skcalderon
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Farm to Pizza Oven to Pickleball Court
Ideabooks558
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One stretch of the arbor also has a third purpose: hiding an unsightly HVAC unit. Eileen found two doors in an older Tacoma
One stretch of the arbor also has a third purpose: hiding an unsightly HVAC unit. Eileen found two doors in an older Tacoma home, painted them through
“Backyard” — ro76
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