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Garden Pacific
examples of work
climbing yellow roses...one left at home depot.
Easy-care plants will give you a sense of accomplishment, boosting your confidence to try more. For indoor plants start with pothos or sansevieria, and for outside plants, consider Knock Out roses, cacti or evergreens like boxwood.
This is a beautiful small patio garden
amount of sunlight per day and water per week, and the proper soil. Start with some easy-care plants in small numbers, and get to know those plants' requirements well before adding to your collection. Easy-care plants will give you a sense of accomplishment, boosting your confidence to try more. For
“Roses and flowers” — Déia Dg
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
A once forgotten side yard turns into a charming gravel garden Martin Residence Cardiff by the Sea, Ca
The homeowner found the iron pot holder at a housewares/garden store in north San Diego but says it was the only one available.
how to use pot in garden at home
small garden idea but a fountain instead in the middle
kind of gardening, low maintenance but stunning!
Classic circle in a square design motif in a beautiful gravel side garden with a well-proportioned urn at its center. Mediterranean herbs and annual bedding plants. Pathway around the center urn to garden gate.
interesting. If you don't have space for a hedge or wall shrub, climbers can be great space savers in a small garden — they climb vertically and won't protrude into the yard if you give them a little care and pruning. In this yard, a fast-growing free climber conserves space, and the planting now seems to flow
“small garden” — lindamcerlain
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Homeowner wanted a natural style garden with Mediterranean and native California plants. An avid hiker, the homeowner now has her own decomposed granite "trail." Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
flower bed like this. Could you tell me what are the tall red plants in the back, and the smaller plants in the front. Love the layering effect. My home is in So Cal. Thanks for your assistants
Beautiful! I always linger at this picture :) How much time would it take for a garden to look like this from the time it is planted?
and plants looked potentially good for more arid care
“landscape- decomposed granite and garden” — cpford32
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
assembled this garden over 10 years ago and unfortunately I cannot still remember.
Here is another photo from this garden slightly larger perspective.
and about 3 feet from the fence for the closest. I hope this helps. It's all relative to the amount of space that you actually have. This is a big garden. Here is another look at it.
allow enough room for the trees when mature. Also how far from the fence line to plant the closest crepe myrtle? I'm planning to place a bench or garden swing on the grass in front of the arched area. It will be my favorite reading spot. Thank you for the inspiration! I can hardly wait until it's
“Cute small yard” — tracyxscott
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
Lush Los Osos Landscape
Grasses combine to form this coastal eclectic garden space: carex, stipa, pennisetum, and more.
Pennisetum setaceum, Mexican feather grass and cares testacea
the look of this garden. Very natural looking.
overall look is a blend of cottage and traditional, a nice mix for a home garden and certainly up to handling coastal weather.
A joyous celebration of plants — with their unique traits, forms, habits and blooms — adds up to a garden with a charismatic and engaging attitude. Colors may clash for surprisingly
surprisingly successful pairings, like orange and pink or gold and purple. This garden challenges conventions. It is a single composition created by the pairing of exotic and native plants. Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses — intermingle with Gaura and kangaroo paw in what some may
“Combo textures and colors” — Professional Landscape Associates
San Clemente Small Home 1
the feeling of being "wrapped up" in this garden
Size and shape and brick. Don't care for Spanish style.
An idea for the back garden
Utilizing the Space of the garden
garden in first floor
San Clemente Small Home 1
Patio garden...garden ideas...garden design...garden look...Prayer garden patio...Prayer garden...Beer garden...garden wall
“Statue” — joavegas
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
nice interesting plants for rock garden
amendments available for changing your soil, but the easiest way to have a lush and low-maintenance garden is to simply work with the soil you have. Here you'll learn how to do a simple soil test in your garden and what your soil type means for the success of your landscape.Right plant, right place. This
and how plants will perform. Explore the various soils in your landscape by taking a close look at their textures. Many gardens have zones with slightly different soil types. This garden in L’Ametlla de Mar, Spain, has drought-tolerant plantings that thrive in the coarse sandy soil of the coastal region
“The plants” — sandieberlioz
Designs By Elizabeth
7 Reviews
Memorial - Spring Valley
Our bottom level of our home and our backyard which borders Raritan Bay in Staten Island was wiped out by Superstorm Sandy. We finally are getting finished inside and now its time to tackle the outside. I have been using your site to look for unique items.
All my fountains are purchased from Spring Home and Outdoor. They also have all the accessories you need for creating this look from the fountains, basins, pumps, lighting and algae care. Contact Spring Home and Outdoor at 713-266-1117.
help, guidance or need to purchase the Autofill or other fountain supplies (such as the weekly and monthly treatments for algae and scale) call Spring Home and Outdoor at (713) 266-1117. Good Luck!!!
made into fountains. I ordered from my favorite fountain and pottery shop. You can visit their page at www.springhomeandoutdoor.net or call Spring Home and Outdoor. Ask for Eduardo (the owner) 713.266.1117. He ships anywhere in the US. He can easily convert them to fountains and furthermore, like
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