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Edible Landscape Design
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Edible Landscapes-Organic Garden Design
back yard garden ideas
back yard garden...patio garden...Raised bed garden...children garden...my dream garden
“my dream garden” — nonnajojo
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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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Container Vegetable Gardens
organic container garden
container vegetable garden
deck container garden
patio container garden
Eggplant in garden pot.
kitchen garden...container garden...deck garden...patio garden...Container gardening
“what type of eggplant is this? Japanese? Looks great!” — iamjustj
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
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Springtime splendor in our own front yard
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Springtime view from garden entrance, past vegetable garden, to across the street. This is called "stealing a view" ! Photo by Danna Cain
how to hide a vegetable garden
Organic edible garden
yard vegetable garden
Home & Garden Design
Veggie garden, native plants, shady yard
organic herb garden...home garden design...salad garden
“open” — hahancock
Annette Joseph
Better Homes and Gardens May 2010
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Better Homes and Gardens May 2010
Annette Joseph's photostyling tips and tricks1. Photograph your rooms in slices. Looking at your room from a photograph gives you an objective view of the space.2. When photographing multiple rooms, use a color thread throughout each room to make the photo story come together.3. Less is more.4. If you
purchasing flowers from a prepackaged bouquet, buy a mass of the same flower.7. Continue to examine each photo for equal weight and balance.More: Home Photo Tips From the Pros
“Great photo tips!” — allabouthomedesigns
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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candytuft (Iberis sempervirens)
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Planting notes. Provide average to lean, well-drained soil. Wet soil, particularly in winter, may cause crown rot. Although it’s tolerant of partial shade, plant evergreen candytuft in full sun for the best flower production. Tip: Candytuft is a subshrub with a
particularly in winter, may cause crown rot. Although it’s tolerant of partial shade, plant evergreen candytuft in full sun for the best flower production. Tip: Candytuft is a subshrub with a woody base — shear plants back by one-third after flowering to keep them neat and encourage compact growth. Winter d
particularly in winter, may cause crown rot. Although it’s tolerant of partial shade, plant evergreen candytuft in full sun for the best flower production.Tip: Candytuft is a subshrub with a woody base — shear plants back by one-third after flowering to keep them neat and encourage compact growth. Winter d
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Dear Daisy Cottage
Dear Daisy Cottage- in the office
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hankies and dishcloths to flour sacks and aprons, pop up on pillows, quilts, chair seats and more. Curtains are usually simple, sheer and breezy. Hot tip: Keep a light touch with the floral prints. It's fine to mix and match a few, but too many can feel overly sweet, especially if they're all small scale
hankies and dishcloths to flour sacks and aprons, pop up on pillows, quilts, chair seats and more. Curtains are usually simple, sheer and breezy. Hot tip: Keep a light touch with the floral prints. It's fine to mix and match a few, but too many can feel overly sweet, especially if they're all small scale
Hot tip: Keep a light touch with the floral prints. It's fine to mix and match a few, but too many can feel overly sweet, especially if they're all small scale
“Fun!” — Ali
Arciform
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Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
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bluish backspash and s/s countertop Tip: When using an eclectic material palette, De Wolf recommends using each material more than once. “This keeps it from looking like a hodgepodge,” she
Products. The smaller stained glass window is an antique that also nods to the Victorian era. In contrast, the stainless steel sink adds a modern touch. Tip: When using an eclectic material palette, De Wolf recommends using each material more than once. “This keeps it from looking like a hodgepodge,” she
Tip: When using an eclectic material palette, De Wolf recommends using each material more than once. “This keeps it from looking like a hodgepodge,” she
Products. The smaller stained glass window is an antique that also nods to the Victorian era. In contrast, the stainless steel sink adds a modern touch. Tip: When using an eclectic material palette, De Wolf recommends using each material more than once. “This keeps it from looking like a hodgepodge,” she
“Window is wonderful” — vcr22
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
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Don't ne­glect the gar­den. A sculp­ture gar­den is full of ex­pe­ri­ences of mag­i­cal dis­cov­ery, and large pieces like this help to frame greater views from ev­ery an­gle. For more tips on dis­play­ing
Don't neglect the garden. A sculpture garden is full of experiences of magical discovery, and large pieces like this help to frame greater views from every angle. For more tips on displaying your artwork, check out these ideabooks: Make a Big Statement
“cool sculpture” — ekimstone8
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