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K&D Landscape Management
10 Reviews
Colonial Charm
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plants for shade
Shade To Partial Sun
shade gardens...shade plants
“i like the feel here” — bcgeary72
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Sunset Idea House 2
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Shades of Arrogance. They never reply, and if they do, it's so curt, you wonder what you said to make them so withholding and mean.
Shades of arrogance plant in pots
Shades Of Green Landscape Ar
“Pavers and dg” — collettavenue
K West Images, Interior and Garden Photography
5 Reviews
Culture Stone & Bamboo Garden Wall
Ideabooks2,235
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in the southern United States. The poles must be left on the plant for at least three years before they are harvested and stored vertically in the shade to dry.
in the southern United States. The poles must be left on the plant for at least three years before they are harvested and stored vertically in the shade to dry.
“what to do with our bamboo” — tac819
Idaho Patio, Inc.
Shade Structures
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This is a Duralum shade structure that was designed and built as part of a landscaping project. We incorporated a two tier build out to give the structure some character. The shade structure, including the custom columns, is constructed entirely of low-maintenance aluminum building materials that will
“Finished posts” — dastaff
Spinach, Photo by Robin McDonald
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it out, cut off all leaves about an inch above the soil; the plant will regrow. Days to maturity: 40 to 150 Light requirement: Full sun to light shade, especially if afternoons will be somewhat hot Water requirement: Provide consistent water but don’t overwater Favorites: Bloomsdale Longstanding
weeks before the first frost date; continue through winter in mild-winter climates. Days to maturity: 40 to 150 Light requirement: Full sun to light shade, especially if afternoons will be somewhat hot Water requirement: Provide consistent water but don’t overwater Favorites: Bloomsdale Longstanding
weeks before the first frost date; continue through winter in mild-winter climates. Days to maturity: 40 to 150 Light requirement: Full sun to light shade, especially if afternoons will be somewhat hot Water requirement: Provide consistent water but don’t overwater Favorites: Bloomsdale Longstanding
“fall edible landscape - spinach Spinach Fall is the perfect time to add leafy greens to the menu,” — littlebluestem
Sherri Fitzgerald
2 Reviews
Sherri Fitzgerald
Ideabooks284
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This shade garden thrives along the side of the house. A combination of hostas and columbine are a low maintenance garden. A thick topping of red cedar mulch and a crisp path edge leaves a clean welcoming look.
thrive in shade - low maintenance
low maintenance shade
“pretty shady garden” — Neva Badalamente
Cityscapers
LONDON Gospel Oak
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Skimmia perfectly balance the plantings with the formal hard landscaping. Ferns at selected points lighten the whole design, bringing differences in shade of green, leaf texture and height of growth.
Skimmia perfectly balance the plantings with the formal hard landscaping.Ferns at selected points lighten the whole design, bringing differences in shade of green, leaf texture and height of growth.
“low-clipped boxwood” — margielynnj
Loudoun County General Contractor
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Trellis Structures, Inc
Attached Pergolas
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and lattice to establish privacy and define a space. When combined with plants and climbing vines a very attractive natural setting is created. Added shade can be achieved with the introduction of fabric canopies or acrylic inserts placed between the rafters.
shard, side shade...great shade
“Privacy screen” — audetknight
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