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Skagit Gardens
Merlin Hellebore
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Merlin hellebore / Helleborus x ballardiae Gold Collection® Merlin Outward-facing, light pink to pink flowers mature to a deep cranberry. Very dark foliage with dark stems. Deer resistant. Skagit Gardens
the "gold Collection" of hellebores face upward or outward
Botanical name: Helleborus x ballardiae Gold Collection (except Helleborus x ericsmithii Gold Collection ‘Monte Cristo’) Common name: Gold Collection hellebores
Gold collection hellebores (Helleborus x ballardiae Gold Collection (except Helleborus x ericsmithii Gold Collection ‘Monte Cristo’)).
Botanical name: Helleborus x ballardiae Gold Collection (except Helleborus
heleborus Gold Collection dappled shade
Collection ‘Monte Cristo’) Common name: Gold Collection hellebores Origin: Garden hybrid Where they will grow: Hardy to -40
“Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cob” — ako16
Root Design Company.com
Scenic
Ideabooks1,161
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areas where rainfall is very seasonal. During torrential rains, smaller tanks will overflow, losing all that precious water which would have been collected by a larger tank and stored for dry times. Check out this map to assess the rainfall in your area.
rain collection system
water collection system
rainwater collection element (?)
Rain water collection system
rain water collection
Rainwater collection tank near veggies
Water collection...Collection tank
“Cistern and back yard” — letitwin
CM Glover
1 Review
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
Ideabooks1,836
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Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says.
Garden with old collected concrete elements
Like the old architectural pieces laying around - I have collected a few things like this for courtyard
Collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate the garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place
Wall loves to collect old concrete planters and architectural building fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and an element of surprise," she says.
“timber and rock” — hippippy
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baranstudio : architecture
8 Reviews
Bordertown
Ideabooks6,889
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installed either vertically or horizontally, give a yard an industrial feel. They also offer great privacy. To soften the full-metal look here, a small collection of plants was planted in the middle of the fence.
installed either vertically or horizontally, give a yard an industrial feel. They also offer great privacy. To soften the full-metal look here, a small collection of plants was planted in the middle of the fence.
“Trellis” — jokerjoezh
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
Sunken Succulent/ Cacti Garden
Ideabooks3,320
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features an artful array of plants displayed on stacked open shelves. The designer says it reminded him “of a cabinet of curiosities — in this case the collection is made of succulents and cacti.”
features an artful array of plants displayed on stacked open shelves. The designer says it reminded him “of a cabinet of curiosities — in this case the collection is made of succulents and cacti.” Different plants could be used to create a vegetable and or flower garden intersected with small fruit tress ,
an artful array of plants displayed on stacked open shelves. The designer says it reminded him “of a cabinet of curiosities — in this case the collection is made of succulents and cacti.”
“Baba long.” — riley_49
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Cedarview Residence
Ideabooks4,927
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Hi LynnScheirer - the beautiful chairs, sofa, and tables are from La Lune Collection. Here's a link if you'd like to browse! http://www.lalunecollection.com/
La Lune Collection Club Chairs #1174 http://bit.ly/LaLuneChair1174 La Lune Collection Sofa #1170 http://bit.ly/LaLuneSofa1170 La Lune Collection Tables http://bit.ly/LaLuneTables
“reminds me of Montana” — runkoda15
Creative Garden Spaces
5 Reviews
Austin Residence
Ideabooks6,064
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this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
Rediscover simplicity. Sometimes the devil is in the details and less is more. If your garden collection is frantically driving you instead of bringing you peaceful enjoyment,
full of disparate furniture together, a ground cover can weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
full of disparate furniture together, a ground cover can weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
“Use flagstones this way” — rajivramanathan
Fray Interiors
Coastal family room
Ideabooks4,144
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Hello meganryandc, These are similar to Hunter Douglas Woven Woods collection (http://www.hunterdouglas.com/woven-woods/provenance). They come in an array of colors, textures, and opacities to match your taste and style. We
Love the red. It is warm and inviting love the collection of lanterns
Lantern collection. Colors
Lantern collection...lantern collection
“great use of coziness and built ins” — mommymel1
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