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Rooftop Patio
The lot sits on the west side of the street, so the backyard and rooftop deck receive lots of afternoon sun. The vegetable garden in the backyard has been a great success for the couple, and the rooftop is the perfect place to watch the rain-soaked clouds light up with the setting summer sun.
“Rambarde terrasse” — isabelledeslandes
Future Green Studio
Pool Farm
addition to enjoying panoramic New York views, diners can savor meals made with the herbs and vegetables grown here. You can't get much more local than that.
diners can savor meals made with the herbs and vegetables grown here
Rooftop garden at Print/Press in Manhattan
may not all have penthouse vegetable gardens staffed by a full-time forager, many of us have front yards, porches, windowsills or even walls to use. Instead of a lush, green lawn, consider an edible estate. Create planters, urban habitats or even a living wall. On the civic scale, why not consider urban
4. A productive garden is a beautiful garden. The Pool Farm project shows that not only can you garden and grow your own food no matter where you live, it also reveals that performative and productive landscapes can be just as valuable and beautiful, if not more, as ornamental landscapes.While we may
“woooow herbs” — motlhodi
DIGBAR interiors & architecture
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vegetable garden
vegetable planter
“concrete planters” — Ben Miller
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Piedmont Family Oasis
vegetable garden
“Terraza” — marahpadilla
Future Green Studio
Pool Farm
rooftop pool garden. Cool idea
rooftop vegetable garden
edible garden
“Wooden floor” — nicola_maria
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Portland Patio
Trellis separation between garden and side access
backyard idea+garden
fence for vegetable garden
“Japansk” — berggreen
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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fragrant (and edible) division between the two sections. As a bonus, the gravel surface is both low maintenance and reminiscent of traditional French gardens while also allowing excess water to drain easily.
planters, mix edibles into a perennial border or simply place a few pots of chili peppers on the patio.Crop-by-crop guides to growing your own edible garden
“flagstone and gravel” — jenniferpas
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Echo Beach
3. Hang some fairy lights. Your garden doesn't have to disappear when the sun goes down. With the addition of fairy lights your garden could be just as lively through the night. These tiny light chains create a sense of transience with
with their soft ambient glow. Simply suspend them over an outdoor dining area or weave them through your garden fence and your garden will gain instant personality while being bang on trend.
Urban garden - like a taverna in Greece
“wood table” — tara777
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