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Deanne
dedeme68
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paint on each pot to identify seeds planted....
chalkboard paint can be a great way to identify what you’ve planted in your pots, especially if you’re
write the designated plant name on it. It’s practical, and it looks good.
Know what you’ve planted For the green thumbs
out there, chalkboard paint can be a great way to identify what you’ve planted in your pots, especially if you’re starting from seeds. Simply take your
Terra-cotta pots work well for herbs, as most prefer the soil to be on the dry side. You may need to water plants in these pots
own herbs from seeds or plug plants. Herbs such as oregano, chives and mint do well in our mild climate. While the plants are still small, store the pots
Slanted plant holders (W facing side)
“Herb garden” — maddogdriver
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
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shwa
Ideabooks9,596
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could you tell me what plants you have in the middle of the patio. I would like some tall ones and lower level plants in the front. A combo would be
Love the yard with pockets of plantings. Alos nice color on shingles
Brick (not brick borders) and herb plantings
dinner. The brick path surrounding this one makes it easy to reach the plants from all angles.
as well as landscaping into your garden. Make room for people as well as plants — otherwise your garden won't be able to be enjoyed properly! This homeowner
“Green paint. Shakes.stonework” — cervco
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks231
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through fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
through fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall. Le jardinet Landscape Architects & Designers Great Plant Combinations Spirea
size: 3 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Spring through fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
size: 3 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Spring through fallWhen to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
Great shot of this plant in spring.
“This is definitely a shrub to include in your garden for three seasons of interest. Botanical name:” — jtsedona
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks232
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size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
shade Mature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
mottled appearance, which is revealed as sheets as the outer layers peel away. Plant this beauty in an area with protection from strong winds and late frosts
Sun or partial shade Mature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
mottled appearance, which is revealed as sheets as the outer layers peel away. Plant this beauty in an area with protection from strong winds and late frosts
Sun or partial shadeMature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wideWhen to plant: Spring or fall
good to plant for winter bark?
“Chinese Stewartia-sun to partial shade-25ft-fragrent camellia-like blooms.” — Ben Lokey
jenny_hardgrave
Flower Gardens in the South
Ideabooks2,487
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Can you put too many plants in one container..how do you know when you have planted enough?
Feritilzer and water are very important. When you choose plant material be sure to place "competeing" plants together. Certain annuals will take over others.
some soil off the plant to squeeze it in. Try to find a container that's at least 18"- 20" across. When you do pack in a lot of plants you need to make
I've attached examples of some of the containers I planted at the beginning of the season (May '11 planting) and you can see how happy they are in August with
and responds well to frequent haircuts so it does not overpower the other plants. Good luck, container gardening can be a wonderful experiment! Enjoy.
“Garden” — Nichelle Craig
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks66,922
Questions20
Are those artificial plants or real ones? If real, how did you get them to grow in gravel?
The variegated plants are Yucca x 'Bright Edge' The rushes in the background are Juncus patens
Then you can recycle the water in the receptacle for watering your lawn or plants. It is an eco friendly way to irrigate your lawn, and also looks really
might be interesting to have sections of plants using stones like this
smooth concrete paving, while also providing a permeable mulch for the planting.
rocks and plants mixed with wood
“Rain chain going directly into drain” — leeroy3
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks2,670
Questions4
What is the planting between the pavers?
Hello, will you please tell me what the border plants are? The shorts
What are the 3 layers of plants by the gazebo?
What plants?...Planting. Ground cover and boxwoods...planting between pavers...Plant edging......flowered plants sprinkled in between?...tiers of planting
“Creeping thyme between pavers” — lizziemas
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Ideabooks6,883
Questions3
people have been successful with this method and now have 6-8' red banana plants.
growing tropicals.When using tropical plants in small areas, a little goes a long way. Don't add too many plants right away, since many will quickly outgrow
Low Chairs, lots of plants...Luv the plant...Grass and tropical plants...Burgandy plant in the back
“Small outdoor spaces” — erin92781
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