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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Soft Spring Pinks and Green
Is it possible to train this plant as it has very spiked thorns?
In this instance, the property is maintained by an experienced gardening crew. If you were to train a Bougainvillea yourself, to be safe, you might want to invest in a pair of heavy leather gardening gloves and install it in a location away from walkways.
Train bougainvillea to stay against the house and not grow into walkway.
ESPALIERS With garden spaces becoming smaller around our urban and suburban homes, the espalier is enjoying a revival. To espalier is to train trees, shrubs
originated the technique, and medieval Europeans refined it into an art as they trained fruit trees to grow against cloister walls. Today’s gardeners are rediscovering the technique’s usefulness and beauty. Whether trained into traditional patterns or allowed to meander more informally, espaliers are
“Bogunvillia type” — ozica2
ReStyle Group
Mediterranean on a Budget
Now remove two of the candlesticks, step back and take another look. Which version completes the room? Involve family members in the game to help train their eye for design. They may think you're a little crazy at first, but then again you may stumble upon some future designers in your midst!
“color!” — lorrph
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Taylor Lombardo Architects
arbor, it goes to show that you can work with what you have when looking for a way to support long, flowing plants. Most vines and climbers can be trained to crawl in a general direction, but it's important to know which plants require different support. More info here.
“Flower” — lindseytshapiro
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Another quick fix is to train a climbing vine or perennial up and over a simple arch. A morning glory or sweet pea vine can cover this arch in a single season! Though not nearly as impressive as a giant archway that goes far into the distance, a beautifully planted archway will give a sense of protection
“Path stucco” — Diedre Shaw Interiors
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
Stake and train: July brings fast growth in the veggie garden. Stake plants regularly to optimize the plant’s exposure to sunlight, enhance air circulation, keep fruits
“Container” — kseidens40
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leafy texture. They also reduce the perception of height as they visually connect to the lower level planting. The tall urn at the centre of the garden trains the eye to the garden itself and away from the tall buildings outside.
“Imagine your backyard fountain in a base of tumbled cobalt blue sea glass!” — Glasseco by Fisher Recycling
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
My Portico is identical to the picture and at one time I had trained my Confederate Jasmine to circumvent the arch. I used .32 safety wire and nails but these anchors will do the trick for my Bougainvillea. Thanks for
Trained bougainvillia
“light fixture” — crafty1942
Island Architects
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trained olive trees
“Curb paint” — lizaochiai
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