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Fenced Garden
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A classic fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
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Garden Bed @ 90 degree angle
Garden Beds @ a 90 degree angle
garden against fench - neat idea
What Else to do in February in Your California GardenDepending on how quickly your climate warms up, there's a lot you can do this month — including winter pruning and planting of spring flowers and
and more.Snails and slugs. February could be declared California Snail Month. They like it wet and warmish (but not hot). Watch for telltale signs of chewed leaves or the creatures themselves, and scatter pet-safe bait.More: More regional garden guidesHouzz guide to growing cool-season cropsStep-by-step
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Herb House Garden
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fussy pairings with green — think of rows of lettuces in the garden atop wood mulch, bright green leaves against the gray-brown trunk of a tree or these thick tufts of lavender against the weathered wood exterior.
Shells like mulch in the garden - interesting.
after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now."Get her Southeast April checklist | See more regional gardening guides
Green + wood = foolproof combo. Wood makes for one of the most natural, least fussy pairings with green — think of rows of lettuces in the garden atop wood mulch, bright green leaves against the gray-brown trunk of a tree or these thick tufts of lavender against the weathered wood exterior.
“Colors- organic, sea, neutral greys add sand tan , driftwood grey” — lizlevydauwe
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April is a month of renewal. It’s time to dust off the outdoor furniture, tidy up and refresh decor.” — Laura GaskillHere’s your to-do list for this month; it’s nice to start on it early so you can complete it all at an easy pace. Full story: Your April Checklist for a Smooth-Running
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Background chairs look very cool in this setting. I think they are Oxford Garden Travira. http://atlanticpatio.com/seating/beach-chairs/oxford-garden-travira-beach-chair-2-pack.html
Part of the April checklist: clean the patio.
“Recessed Lights on Wood Ceiling” — Alexandra Shen
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
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what is the name of the "no mow" grass ? Like Comment April 15, 2012 PRO Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture Carex pansa
Craftsman homes, for example, blend perfectly with gardens featuring mass plantings of ornamental switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), Russian sage (Perovskia cvs, zones 4 to 9), and ornamental
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8), contorted filbert (Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’, zones 4 to 8) and structural conifers round out the garden.
SoilThe foundation of a healthy landscape is healthy soil. This is the mantra of many landscape architects. An organic garden relies heavily on compost, because it’s the best method of returning decomposed organic matter back to the soil. Compost tea, manure tea or broken-down
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MAD Architecture
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Sun Shades at Dining Terrace
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PROReport Romani Landscape Architecture Try these two places: http://www.shadefxcanopies.com/ or http://shadetreecanopies.com/pergola/ April 24, 2012 at 8:23pm Like 2 PROReport MAD Architecture This was a custom design built by a metal fabricator and installed permanently on site
Bridgeport Beer Garden roof
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garden lighting
“Patio shade” — leslieglick
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
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inches or less, pale yellow in April. Because these bulbs' parent hails from desert climes, another plus is their love of dry gardens with fast-draining soil and little summer water. Give these tulips full sun.
USDA zones: 3 to 8 Sun requirement: Full sun, part sun Height: 4 to 14 inches Bloom time: April and May
on short stems, 10 inches or less, pale yellow in April. Because these bulbs' parent hails from desert climes, another plus is their love of dry gardens with fast-draining soil and little summer water. Give these tulips full sun.
Sun requirement: Full sun, part sun Height: 4 to 14 inches Bloom time: April and May Planting tips: In wet climates, dig and store dormant bulbs to replant in the fall.
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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helping wildlife. I am not familiar with Oregon plants, and even so, planting now you may not have blooms on some plants for next year. I'd ask the PNW garden writer here on Houzz, or local university extension / native plant nursery (there are many up there, I'm sure).
Pasque flower (Pulsatilla patens, USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) blooms in April in dry clay soil, and even rocky or sandy soil. It's
Pasque Flower zones 4 to 9 Blooms in April. Dry clay, rocky, sandy soil. Approx. 1 ft tall. Lovely!
Pasque flower to attract pollinators Pasque flower (Pulsatilla patens, USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) blooms in April in dry clay soil, and even rocky or sandy soil.
Garden 9/2013 PASQUE FLOWER (Pulsatilla patens, USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) blooms in April in dry clay soil, and even rocky or sandy soil. It's a slowly spreading clump that blooms for
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