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Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Pools, swimming pools, pool coping, pool deck, pool fountain
Ideabooks248
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structures. We are passionate about milling them down to 2
“Reflecting pool” — dsy001
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Bench in front of a pond at early fall
Ideabooks1,342
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I wonder what our gardens will witness in the future. I wonder what they will teach us about our actions on the planet, about wildlife, about plants. No matter what, make sure you stop to listen and feel your garden as you evolve with it. Let the garden teach you.
“like this” — Jeljer Visser
Simbiosi
1 Review
Castelldefels - Aragó
Ideabooks5,066
Questions4
keeping the rock from sinking into the ground. There is some conversation among gardeners about the efficacy and value of this fabric, and although I have always found it helpful, I encourage you to read up about the pros and cons before making your decision.Shown: A pea gravel patio bordering a tropical
General gravel notes:Buy in bulk or by the yard, rather than by the bag, to save money.Always inquire about delivery fees when ordering.Gravels are typically available by bags at home improvement stores and by the bag, yard or ton at landscape supply yards.Consider installing a contractor-grade landscape
“plants, mulch” — mrsbaccus
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks14,021
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Look for a warm, sunny site with well-drained, fertile soil. You’ll need plenty of space unless you’re growing miniatures; plan on about 20 square feet. Sow seeds about two weeks after the last frost date or when soil temperatures reach 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius). Start indoors two to
weeks before then if you have short summers. For traditional vining types, make hills 8 feet in diameter, 6 to 8 feet apart. Sow five to six seeds about 1 to 2 inches deep and 1 inch apart in each hill, then thin to two plants once seedlings develop. Semibush varieties can be set a little closer, with
“Raised planters” — jlazzarini2000
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks4,965
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4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety
Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less
Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety
“the pathway” — rakufire
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
Ideabooks1,362
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But too much is very bad for plants. Let’s also talk about mulch volcanoes. You know, mountains of mulch piled up 1 foot to 2 feet against a tree trunk. I never knew my city was riding over a fault line filled
show that a circle of mulch around trees and shrubs increases their rate of establishment and growth over the years. How’s that for conflicting info about mulch? Keep in mind, though, that a tree’s feeder roots will eventually reach out to at least twice the tree’s height — that’s one really big potential
But too much is very bad for plants. Let’s also talk about mulch volcanoes. You know, mountains of mulch piled up 1 foot to 2 feet against a tree trunk. I never knew my city was riding over a fault line filled
“Good house color with dark trim and facia. Nice garden too” — teresahardt
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,997
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What about 1-2 palm trees of this variety?
to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert 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 fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican fan palm (Washingtonia
to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert 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 fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican fan palm (Washingtonia
“Palm trees” — svelazco16
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
tuscan, stone, flagstone motorcourt
Ideabooks4,830
Questions6
calif gold - yes, we install about 1" thick over a 3 to 4" thick compacted firm tan DG over weed fabric
calif gold - yes, we install about 1" thick over a 3 to 4" thick compacted firm tan DG (deco posted grante) over weed fabric
calif gold - yes, we install about 1" thick over a 3 to 4" thick compacted firm tan DG over weed fabric. decomposed granite
target.” — Julie KimThis story was fascinating to me; for instance, I had no idea most home invasions happen between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. While I knew all about trimming shrubs and improving lighting, I never thought of crunchy gravel as a burglar deterrent. Full story: How Landscaping Can Keep Burglars Away
“Side yard” — jezzie2000
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