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Dinmore & Cisco Architects, Inc.
3 Reviews
Puako 1
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Simple and easy to do with current patio
cement for easy keep
“Like the lanai furniture” — patricia_s
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
Ideabooks195
Questions1
is very easy to grow. The leaves emerge first and then the flower head shoots up. The one drawback is the foliage starts to look a bit rough once the bulb starts to flower but the globes of flowers steal the show anyway. Plant a few lower perennials around the clump to hide the not so pretty foliage. The
is very easy to grow. The leaves emerge first and then the flower head shoots up. The one drawback is the foliage starts to look a bit rough once the bulb starts to flower but the globes of flowers steal the show anyway. Plant a few lower perennials around the clump to hide the not so pretty foliage. The
“Planting” — bredc
Gib-San Pools Ltd.
3 Reviews
Gib - San Pools Ltd.
Ideabooks112
Questions1
yes - EasyTurf is great for poolside applications, because you don't have to worry about dirt, grass trimmings, fertilizer, weed spray or other debris getting into your pool. You've got a 'carpet' of lush green lawn without the hassle of maintenance. Check us out at www.easyturf.com, and I'd be happy
“nice contemporary pool” — Jenniefer Crystal
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
Ideabooks183
Questions4
Tongue Fer easy to find? I have never seen one before. I live in Ohio. Do nurseries carry them?
if it's easy to get in Ohio. I went online and I found an American company that ships mail order. It has amazing plant material and it's called Plant Delights. Here's a link to some of the variety's of Hart's tongue ferns that they carry. Maybe call them up? http://www.plantdelights.com/Asplenium_for
“planter” — 5654abc
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks454
Questions1
burning, easy to make, place for feet and drinks on the edge - just right in my back yard!
TOTALLY easy to do.
“This is how they built the fire pit” — ggrubert
Kate Martin Design
7 Reviews
garden paths + patios
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color easy on the eye. -Kate Martin
color easy on the eye. -Kate Martin
“curved walkway” — ericaweinberg
BJL Aquascapes
7 Reviews
Pondless Waterfalls, Disappearing Waterfalls, Low Maintenance Landscape Edition
Ideabooks329
Questions0
Waterfall is easy. Filling the reservoir every few weeks to compensate for water loss because of evaporation is all that’s required. Flexibility Perhaps the best part of the Pondless Waterfall is the possibility for the future. If you change your mind later, wishing you’d build a pond, that’s ok! If you leave
it’s easy to add a pond onto a Pondless Waterfall. Complete System It might be difficult to imagine a waterfall and stream without a pond. Where does the water go? A Pondless Waterfall works much like a regular pond. The hole, deeper than a normal pond, is dug then lined with rock and gravel, and filled
“log on side with ground cover” — tobymom
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Gardening with Confidence® strawberry.jpg
Ideabooks114
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It's easy to grow strawberries in your vegetable garden; just give them plenty of sun and a little room to spread out. Great varieties to try are Chandler, Douglas and Sequoia, although your local nursery will be able to give you recommendations for more good choices for your area.
It's easy to grow strawberries in your vegetable garden; just give them plenty of sun and a little room to spread out. Great varieties to try are Chandler, Douglas and Sequoia, although your local nursery will be able to give you recommendations for more good choices for your area. If you live in North
“Care: If you're growing the plants in rows, lightly cultivate the soil for two to six weeks (two wee” — Yesel Hyatt
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