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Bend Residence
The boards are 12" which has a 10" reveal when used with a 4" batten.
Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark and the contrast in lighting will be too great — aim for early dusk. Focus through a window on the big indoor Christmas tree or place a smaller
Lit up Christmas tree on patio.
love the idea of a year round lit pine tree on the deck
Lighted tree - twiggy branch hung lengthwise over bed on porch and strung with white tree lights. (Paint
lights on evergreen tree even if not Christmas!
Lighted evergreen tree all year round
Wrap a potted tree in lights near pergola
Use a tree or a branch
Christmas tree. While you’re picking up your Christmas tree, consider also grabbing the scrawniest tree in the lot — it would look adorable on the front porch with a simple burlap skirt and a strand or two of twinkle lights.
“Like how some siding is horizontal, some vertical” — marlenemwilson
rod nasbe
nasbephoto home/garden
How long did it take or these trees to mature to this Stage
How long did it take for these trees to mature to this Stage
the home is 30 years old; the trees are older
trees we can see through lakeside.. :)
The trees and lake, that must have been a great
surrounded by trees and lake! beautiful!
11 Trees for Brilliant Fall Color
I love the color of the trees
nursery personnel can steer you in the right direction for trees that will thrive in your climate zone, and they can also provide additional planting and growing information for your local conditions. Also check with them for the right planting time; fall may be ideal in warmer climates, but if the soil
Of course, the real show is in late October, when the trees put on a symphony of color and go out in a blaze of glory. There is nothing better.
“The foliage” — Home Source Custom Renovations
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Le Petit Chalet
Island. Comprehensive stormwater management strategies shape new landforms, resulting in elegant grading and thoughtful drainage solutions. Native plant colonies stabilize the site, regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns. Exquisitely crafted new masonry, built from an authentic palette of local
we have a sofa like these chairs. it is in a covered porch. would love for it to be outdoors under trees but am concerned that the weather would damage it too much. how old are these chairs and are they always outside? thanks for replying.
The ferns we used here are a staple in just about any woodland garden we design. It is called haysented fern, (Dennstaedtia punctilobula). Plant it in areas where you have erosion, and be prepared to let it take over... The fall color is amazing too--buttery-yellow and rust. Good luck!
“chairs” — jjmoorehead
Exteriorscapes llc
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What is the large twiggy bush/tree with the reddish/yellowish bark??
how the plants are all over the place
what is that crazy tall brown tree???
You're enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who wants to spend time inside when this is the alternative?
The lush plants and the privacy of a small
enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who wants to spend time inside when this is the alternative?
I want to hide the neighbors privacy fence and propane tank behind bushes and small trees. That means using plants that don't lose their leaves in the fall and winter.
“Lantern lights” — Christy Johnson
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
How much should be planted per foot, how much watering, how tall does it grow and how
What is the plant in the two raised gardens, please?
I have the perfect spot for this plant in my own Japanese garden but am told I have to locate it growing in ditches. Will be so grateful for source. I am at jinzenji79@comcast.net.
horsetail in containers....so I can them with me when I move!
plants in container to block view
Horsetail, or Equisetum hyemale, is one poorly behaved plant, known to take over entire landscapes. That is, unless you plant it in a place where its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters
“Bamboo planters instead of fence” — ecberthold
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Wood siding is the use of wood boards overlapping each other as an exterior 'skin' to your home. It comes in a variety of textures and tree varieties. There also is cedar siding, that is more tolerable to insects, and resistant to warping. Wood siding has been used for generations to build homes, and
I like the idea that the gravel is edged in rock so you cannot tell when it is "Messy"
Natural look of plants juxtaposed with contemporary house. Highlight on exterior
lot's of green and plants - I'm not really turned on by sod and the perfectly landscaped yard with no plants.
A fig tree grows next to the path.
filling the hole with dirt. Add mulch around the tree but keep it off the trunk. This will help keep the moisture in. Keep the tree watered until it gets established but be careful not to overwater. Browse more great design plants
“possible front yard” — Pat Reich
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
We could do something like this under big trees on
picnic table, grass, green space, big old leafy tree
The box elder tree in the back garden was just about the only plant in this area when the couple moved in; it provides a great canopy for entertaining.
The Free SpiritsFortune smiled on Harriet Goodall, Mat Campbell and their two children when a friend offered them the chance to live in this relaxed
porch. Read a book in the backyard. Carry a picnic basket down to your local park. Being out in the fresh air does wonders for the spirit, especially when the weather is fine and you’re otherwise cooped up in an office all day.Tell us: Have you ever tried a no-buy month or week? Would you like to? Share
“This reminds me of Grandma's and Grandpa's side yard. No wonder I like it so much.” — designerparexcellance
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
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are those a particular type of birch trees?
Sorrry, but we do not know what variety birch trees as they are natural to northern Minnesota. Thank You
It's the perfect picture House, pebble river way, trees, grassy hill
tolerances: This is a strong tree that stands up to ice and snow, as well as salt. It is tolerant of many types of soil, even nutrient-poor soils, but you will have the best luck with moist, well-drained, loose soil.Seasonal interest: This is one of best deciduous trees to plant for winter interest; the
the papery white bark stands out. It also contrasts with bright autumn leaves. Its own leaves turn golden yellow in the fall. When to plant: After the last frost in springtime or in the fall
“Recycled steam” — umaengworks
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