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NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
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a house in raanana
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leaving plenty of rooms for herbs, sprouts and other plants.
3. Plant a windowsill herb garden. Regardless of your climate, you can grow herbs in the windowsill. There's
There's nothing quite like snipping fresh herbs when you need them, and the life they'll add to the space can't be beat.
When a ceiling of glass isn’t feasible, a large greenhouse-style window is the next best thing. A setup like this is a great option if you want to grow plants that require an ample amount of sunlight or just want to feel closer to nature than a typical window would allow.
“Plantas” — adrianatinoco
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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Hardy cover plants that grow in Greece
— you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
Possibilities for beach side herb garden
the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
Flat surface winding around herb garden.
in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
“Layout” — markelogan
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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What is the vine on the wall, can it grow in zone 4-5?
Would you be able to tell me if the creeping fig would grow in Johannesburg, South Africa?
What is the creeping plant growing on the fence
symmetrical balance and a hint of radial balance. Aligned with the urn and the gate, a gravel path moves through the center of this garden, in balance with herbs on both sides. As the path reaches the small, circular focal point, it splits into two matching crescents; they continue around the urn and reconnect
side yard is wide enough to accommodate a circular focal point (with a well-proportioned urn at its center). There is ample room for Mediterranean herbs and annual bedding plants to flourish along both sides of a pathway, which parts around the center urn and ends at the garden gate.
“Colt yard” — flyinghumble
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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this is a neat idea too with green growing in between the
is a very slow-growing ground cover, and usually won't get more than 1-2 inches high. It's fairly drought tolerant, but should be watered when the top three inches of soil is dry. It grows in small, hilly bunches in the shade, but tends to have a more flat and horizontal appearance when grown in the sun
is a very slow-growing ground cover, and usually won't get more than 1-2 inches high. It's fairly drought tolerant, but should be watered when the top three inches of soil is dry. It grows in small, hilly bunches in the shade, but tends to have a more flat and horizontal appearance when grown in the sun
“Thymus serpyllum 'Elfin', 1-2 in ht” — aetcheverry
Mediterranean Landscape
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'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary). A hardy, fast-growing evergreen shrub, creeping rosemary has a prostrate habit and attractive flowers and fragrance. Dark green leaves, to 2 inches long, are rich in aromatic oils and commonly used as a culinary herb. This plant is loved for its strong pinelike flavor
'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary). A hardy, fast-growing evergreen shrub, creeping rosemary has a prostrate habit and attractive flowers and fragrance. Dark green leaves, to 2 inches long, are rich in aromatic oils and commonly used as a culinary herb. This plant is loved for its strong pinelike flavor
Weeping Rosemary: Light:SunZones:6-10Plant Type:Perennial,Herb,ShrubPlant Height:1-6 feet tallPlant Width:2-4 feet wideFlower Color:Shades of pink or blueBloom Time:Blooms in summer in the north; can be everblooming
“behind pool” — mannteresa
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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I love gallardia and had several varieties in my yard. Then they got really woody and even when I cut them back the woody areas were larger than the flowering areas - what did I do wrong?
country, G. pulchella and G. aristata. Gaillardia pulchella grows naturally across most of eastern and central North America, readily adapting to fields, forest clearings and even sand dunes. Gaillardia aristata is its western counterpart and grows anywhere from the hot deserts in Mexico to the frigid Canadian
blanket flower grows from seed easily attracts butterflys 2-4 ft tall if you cut for arrangements it will encourage more growth
Blanket flower growing into a rock wall.
blanket flower, gaillardia pulchella, low water when estab. full to partial sun; annual, reseeds; over Arend's fence?
“Red flowrs” — jastihome
Simbiosi
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L'Ametlla de Mar
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in hotter climates. It looks best when watered but can tolerate periods of 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
Blue fescue will produce its bluest color when grown in full sun, though it can survive in some shade, especially in hotter climates. It looks best when watered but can tolerate periods of drought as well as frost.
Blue fescue will produce its bluest color when grown in full sun, though it can survive
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.
“Blue fescue...” — lorrainemulligan
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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will grow: Hardy to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 9 to 11) 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
will grow: Hardy to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 9 to 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:
Color CombinationsWhile mixing greens or reds can be tricky, combining different purples is usually an easy task. Though purples don't generally clash, when in doubt, go with shades that are similar in tone or hue but vary in intensity (think of the varying shades on a color sample from the paint store)
“Landscaping” — mjlamoreaux
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