57 wildflower meadow seed Rustic Home Design Photos

Cory Spencer Partners
Meadow grasses
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Meadow lawn Sow wildflower seed Allow to grow naturally Plant full grown plants
Creating a meadow lawn. There are three ways to create a meadow lawn: 1. Let wildflowers seed naturally. 2. Sow wildflower seeds directly. 3. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but
lawn: Let wildflowers seed naturally. Sow wildflower seeds directly. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but in urban areas it may be a slow process. Sowing and transplanting full-grown native plants can speed up the development
development of your meadow lawn. Most wildflowers prefer soil conditions of low fertility, so the lawn should not be fed. Regular mowing and the removal of the clippings in the early stages of creating a meadow lawn will help reduce the vigor of the lawn and make it more suitable for wildflowers.
“Meadow” — mohainle
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Pocket Ranch
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No lawn and plenty of wildflowers.
Local farms and nurseries are also a great place to see and learn about native plants. Meadow seed mixes containing wildflowers and grasses are commonly available.
"Lean" plant materials contain little fuel. Meadows around the home also function as a firebreak and give a beautiful natural aesthetic
“The open floor plan and multitudes of windows convey a sense of light and spaciousness throughout. .” — Twine Colline
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Firepit and pool
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The built part of this landscape is nestled into a beautiful meadow of undulating grasses and wildflowers.
the grassy meadow in the
meadow in background
The built part of this landscape is nestled into a beautiful meadow of undulating grasses and wildflowers.
“Material on the ground around the fire pit is decomposed granite.” — jeanoldham
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
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week, but the subsequent seed heads are ornamental — and you really do get a massive number of hungry insects. Try it on for size!
enhances the natural stone walls and blends seamlessly without the need to add any other structural shrubs to the mix. It’s possible to buy specific seed mixes that have a dominant flower, such as poppies. You can also buy mixes formulated for dry, shady, sunny and wet areas.
“mix plant formqation” — elkandrew
Green Roofs of Colorado
Fishcreek Falls Steamboat
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My meadow
“Gorgeous” — kayteea
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
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Set in a wildflower-filled mountain meadow, this Tuscan-inspired home is given a few design twists, incorporating the local mountain home flavor with modern design elements. The plan of the home is roughly 4500 square feet, and settled on the site in a single level. A series of ‘pods’ break the home
“wild flowers! let nature do the gardening.” — Twila Dockter
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Pocket Ranch
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wildflower meadow
“love windows, turret, etc.” — trazzy
Sherman Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Log home addition & remodel
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“Dormer?” — nadinesandoz
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