659 seasonal Mediterranean Home Design Photos

GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Echium candicans follows the stairs to the lower level
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6 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Flowers attract bees, birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerantSeasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summerWhen to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer.Caution: Pride of Madeira can
feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract bees, birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer.
feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract bees, birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can
“Add in a spot” — joyo3kids
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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but resprouts in zone 7 Water requirement: Low; well-drained soil Light requirement: Partial to full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 2 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Purple flowers in spring and summer, occasionally in fall and winter When to plant: Spring to fall
11) but resprouts in zone 7Water requirement: Low; well-drained soilLight requirement: Partial to full sunMature size: 1 foot to 2 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Purple flowers in spring and summer, occasionally in fall and winterWhen to plant: Spring to fall
“love the flowers and herbs, very pretty” — mjkjrobinson
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
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If you see grass browning after winter, cut back (to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.
drought as well as frost. If you see grass browning after winter, cut back (to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.
(to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.More: 5 Hot Cool-Season Grasses
“The plants” — sandieberlioz
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
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colder weather strikes. Turfgrass. No matter your zone, it is too late in the year to plant or seed any warm-season lawns or turf, such as Zoysia or Bermudagrass. The exception is cool-season turf for the oasis areas of middle and high zones, which can be sodded with proper soil preparation and regular
“Raised boxes of desert plants” — lizt2
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
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on both sides of doors to 4 season
like a dining space that opens to 3 season type room with french doors
Changeable with seasons.
“Pillows” — enkane
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
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Watch out for garden bugs: Summer is party season for many garden pests and diseases such as spider mites, leaf rollers, aphids, chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, chiggers, grubs, scale, powdery mildew and
Watch out for garden bugs: Summer is party season for many garden pests and diseases such as spider mites, leaf rollers, aphids, chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, chiggers, grubs, scale, powdery mildew and
“French Provincial 24” — koossmit
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
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Those are young lavender. They have since filled in completely at that spacing to the point of seasonally obscuring the wall.
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summer When to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summerWhen to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
“Side of pool down to guesthouse” — jenarae
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
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with stone and created 2 seating areas.The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
with stone and created 2 seating areas.The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
“Front” — 3105916
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