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526 grow an herb garden Modern Home Design Photos
Rhodes Architecture + Light
8th West Residence
sunken garden to the north is designed to celebrate the houses’ rainwater. A large swath of Seattle Parks + Recreation land to the east of the residence was reclaimed and landscaped for use by the residents. Project Location: West Queen Ann, Seattle Project Size: 3,914.0 SqFt Project Cost: $200.00/SqFt
concrete terraces for garden beds. no bending
eggplants growing from it
plants growing on metal frame
SB Garden Design
Venice Sculpture Garden
like to grow these - will it work here in Zone 4?
What is the form on which the vine is growing?
What is the form on which the vine is growing? Is it homemade or store bought? Where can I get it? I can only find the clunky white wooden or rod iron ones. This is the exact height I have been looking
bamboo growing in front of the other wall?
National Gardening Association suggests this vine for zones 9-10.
creeper walls, may be similar for sitting arrangement in garden side covered three
Simple Wire trellises have a small footprint and add vertical interest in a small garden.
of the garden would enclose the dining area without taking up space.
Andrew Snow Photography
couple grow herbs and vegetables, and they host an annual spring flea market, a Christmas party with German mulled wine (Glühwein) and numerous bonfires and barbecues. The roof of the semienclosed workshop hangs over the space, allowing some respite from summer showers.
garden furniture...garden tiles
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
TANK 2012 Client photographs
vines growing over the trellis and small potted plants add to the privacy
The low hedge inside the garden is a better choice than having the hedge as a boundary wall.
for your garden's wildlife. Slow-growing hedges, especially native varieties, will give even the smallest garden the benefits of providing shelter and food for birds and insects. The last thing a Slow Gardener needs in the garden is topiary or a fast-growing hedge that needs a lot of time-consuming clipping
Trellises are another way to plant vertically, although it can take years for plants to climb and fill them in. The solution: Create lush layers with a low hedge in a raised planter box.9 Low-Growing Hedges That Make Good Neighbors
TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
Greenwich Village Townhouse
grill shelf built in -- in back for gardening storage??
Garden bed idea?...Community Garden...love this garden...Roof garden...Vegetables garden...Vegie garden...Garden bbq...Herb garden...Garden boxes...garden terrace...container garden...Green Gardens, LLC
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
could moss grow between stones laid out like this -- easy to maintain, buttermilk.
would use herbs and ajuga
hot tub, garden, view