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Bonsai trees are revered the world over as a distinct Japanese art form that encourages contemplation and ingenuity. Get the masterful look of bonsai without the work in this vignette. The gracefully arching simulated cedar tree swoops down into a miniature landscape of moss grounded in a sturdy...
In a small space, overblown arrangements will only get in the way. A lovely petite bouquet like the one shown here is all you need. Recreate the look with a silver mint julep cup and a variety of short-cut blooms.
Piney and herbaceous, fresh rosemary has a scent that I love, and this must be the most creative way of incorporating it as decor. I'd also totally use these to cook with throughout the holidays.
Blue Oat Grass, Helictotrichon sempervirens clubping grass 1m x 60m clump. Sapphire grass has silvery blue blades with taller arching stems.
Drought-tolerant, easy to grow succulents, these cuttings are great for wedding favors, special events, Do-it-Yourself (DIY) projects, wreaths, vertical garden, vertical walls, or starting your garden. Plant them in porous soil, and water only when soil is completely dry. Roots will establish after...
Tribest SM-350 Sproutman...
The sharp contrasting black and white tones of this environment make for a modern, edgy look! The white Phalaenopsis in its black glass vase gives it an extra aura of classic elegance.
Not only would these flowers brighten up a kitchen windowsill, they'd make a great edible garnish for your salads!
Ponytail Palms are the perfect accent bonsai for low maintenance enthusiast. These trees thrive in low light conditions, and require infrequent watering and feeding.
Encourage strong, vigorous growth and high bloom in your orchids when you use these premium quality formulas. The water soluble plant foods are recommended for all slab-mounted epiphytic orchids, terrestrial orchids in a soil potting mixture, and orchids growing in gravel or other inorganic culture.
Adding a little whimsy to any space, air plants are easy to care for and this general concept would make for a cheap and easy DIY, perfect for all of your plant loving friends and co-workers.
Glass Garden Globe
'Frikart's Aster' (A. x frikartii 'Monch', zones 5 to 10) will keep pumping electric-purple daisy-like blooms all season if you remove the old blooms. Asters have been a garden constant for like ever.
"English Autumn, Floral Bouquet, by Uttermost. Earthy, fall colors in a full bouquet of hydrangea, yarrow, berries, protea and green foliage arranged in a two-part tole planter that rests in a footed, wire basket. See the entire Uttermost Botanical Line at www.garbes.com
Deep orange peony with orange blossom branch with a mixture of burgundy and yellow berry in rustic ceramic pitcher.
Peony in Pitcher
Rust Shelf Arrangement
Handcrafted arrangement of natural allium grass infuses a room with organic appeal. Imported.Made of poly silk and natural grass.Concrete container has natural stone finish.Container, 17Dia. x 16T. Overall, 42Dia. x 41T.From the John-Richard Collection,About the John-Richard CollectionFounded in...
If you're not sure how to work white into your decor, a potted orchid is a good place to start. You don't need a green thumb for this one, and they look great on a coffee table, entry console, bathroom counter, etc.
There is no arguing the difference that fresh herbs can make in you favorite dishes. I love this little contemporary herb garden. I think that it would look adorable on either a deep window sill or just sitting on your counter.
Herb Garden Royal VKB
When everything is fizzled out in late summer, this salvia (Salvia leucantha, zones 7 to 10) is working it. It soaks up the sun and has delicate light green foliage.
Mexican Bush Sage
I've personally grown Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa, zones 4 to 9) in a few different gardens, and I've had success each time. It takes off pretty quickly.
A newer perennial to introduce to your garden is the 'Blackberry lily' (Belamcanda chinensis 'Gone with the Wind', zones 5 to 10). The foliage is a beautiful blue/green, and it looks similar to an iris but with more blooms and longer bloom time.
Lit Boxwood Topiary
Roses are expected, so I love beautiful arrangements that are unexpected. This one is dainty, fresh and still very romantic.
If you are really looking for a low key and low maintenance indoor plant, consider tillandsia. Also called air plants because they require no soil, yep you hear me no soil, to grow. The grape wood is also a beautiful sculptural element.
An orchid brings life to wherever it sits. Void of color, this particular plant would especially pop against a bold wall.
These spheres are a great accent indoors or out. I love the texture of these balls and the color they can bring to a space.
It has been a very warm spring for most of the country, and spring branches blossomed way too early for Easter. Faux is not a dirty word when the branches are this pretty.
Faux Plum Blossom Branch
Winter white is so pretty on magnolia flowers. These would be so sweet in a metallic vase or surrounded by greens in your Christmas tree.
Magnolia Stem, White
Mario Trimarchi, born in Sicily, has lived and worked in Milan since 1983. An architect of the “freehand' generation, he has always moved freely within the visual universe and considers drawing, photography, design and image as equal components with the same theoretical approach. Between 1994 and...
Bring a bit of California home with this thriving calla lily plant. In your window or on your patio, this potted prettiness will keep its color for months.
What better way is there to bring spring indoors than a tiny potted azalea? This specimen will be at home on an end table or coffee table.