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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks1,983
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moisture outdoors, and in colder regions it dies back during the winter, returning with lush growth as the temperature increases.
moisture outdoors, and in colder regions it dies back during the winter, returning with lush growth as the temperature increases.
“Baby tears (Soleirolia soleirolii), USDA zones 9-11. Baby tears is a little more lush than creeping” — 1annabelle
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,807
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only one bloom per stem. Hybrids die to the ground during winter but will return with new growth each spring. Look for 'Coral Charm' and 'Do Tell'. Lactiflora:
more than one bloom per stem. They also die to the ground during winter and return in the spring. Try 'Dark Purple Silk' and 'Brightly Colored Golden Star'
same leaf formation as the tree peony but die back in the winter before returning in the spring. They command a higher price because they are newer introductions
only one bloom per stem. Hybrids die to the ground during winter but will return with new growth each spring. Look for 'Coral Charm' and 'Do Tell'.Lactiflora:
more than one bloom per stem. They also die to the ground during winter and return in the spring. Try 'Dark Purple Silk' and 'Brightly Colored Golden Star'
“Salvia” — cherivaughn
C.O.S Design
7 Reviews
Naroon Road
Ideabooks4,243
Questions3
holidays,” Emma says. “There was a great color palette in that photo.” She returned to that picture throughout the project and worked with designer Taylor
holidays,” Emma says. “There was a great colour palette in that photo.” She returned to that picture throughout the project and worked with designer Taylor
“Doors” — jrud11
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Andy Stedman Landscape & Garden design
Town house, Chichester
Ideabooks2,504
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focal point on cooler evenings, it can be retired to the shed once summer returns.
“looks like an old inner city (Syd/Melb) Australian house & garden!” — vivienne01
Techo-Bloc
14 Reviews
Driveways
Ideabooks2,817
Questions4
proper percolation of surface water to the ground, thus allowing the water to return naturally to its source.
“traditional looking paver with exactly the overall look we're going for, except that they have plant” — doug777
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Sun Room
Ideabooks21,684
Questions17
In bigger rooms I like to do a 5" return so it doesn't look skimpy. Then you buy a board the width of your return. I usually go to home depot and pick
of wood because it is light weight and easy to work with. Determine the "Return" (that is how far do you want the valance to project from the wall). In
In bigger rooms I like to do a 5" return so it doesn't look skimpy. Then you buy a board the width of your return. I usually go to home depot and pick
of wood because it is light weight and easy to work with. Determine the "Return" (that is how far do you want the valance to project from the wall). In
“built ins” — wjstevens
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks7,723
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It is 'Rosy Returns' a semi dwarf reblooming variety
Daylily 'Rosy Returns' a semi dwarf reblooming variety; Variegated Japanese Silvergrass (Miscanthus
day lily - rosy returns, variegated Japanese silver grass, bell flowers
Garden bed -- includes daylily 'Rosy Returns' (a semi dwarf reblooming variety) and Campanula carpatica 'Blue Clips'
“Like this” — sandy925
House Port LLC/Hally Thacher
House Port Petaluma
Ideabooks1,733
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Here, the elements of a classic dogtrot house are achieved by returning the exterior walls of each self-contained space into the breezeway. A pair
Here, the elements of a classic dogtrot house are achieved by returning the exterior walls of each self-contained space into the breezeway. A pair of twin
“entrance to each house thru breezway?” — Dale Kilback
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