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Red oak (Quercus coccinea)
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Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) ... très bon choix pour colorer vos automnes
Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color if red is your game. Plant it where its acorns won’t be a bother, and
of wildlife. Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color if red is your game. Plant it where its acorns won’t be a bother, and let it grow. It gets 50-70 feet high and 40-50 feet wide.
Red Oak - (Quercus coccinea) zones 4-9. 50-70' hi & 40-50' wide. Acorns.
zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color if red is your game. Plant it where its acorns won’t be a bother, and let it grow. It gets 50-70 feet high and 40-50 feet wide.
Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9)
“Red Oak” — donnad918
Three River Stone
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Enoree Ledge
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feet (4.9 to 5.8 meters)Height: 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters)Large and luxury cars:Width: 6 to 6½ feet (1.8 to 1.9 meters)Length: 16 to 18 feet (4.9 to 5.5 meters)Height: 4½ to 5 feet (1.4 to 1.5 meters)Compact and sports cars:Width: 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters)Length: 14 to 16 feet (4.3 to 4.9 me
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Aidan Design
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Glen Echo Heights
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Sure! The peninsula is approximately 49" wide and 36" deep.
peninsula is 49x36, brookhaven cabinetry color alpine white counter height rattan stools from potter barn 26" high backsplash 6x12 architectural ceramins, naturals collections, color cotton ...
peninsula is 49x36, brookhaven cabinetry color alpine white counter
peninsula is 49x36, brookhaven cabinetry color alpine white counter height rattan stools from potter barn 26" high backsplash 6x12 architectural ceramins, naturals collections
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“Staircase” — joannequalls
GardenArt
Plant of the Week — Serviceberry
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of the shad fish), Juneberry, common serviceberry, serviceberry Origin: Native to zones 4–8 in eastern North America Where it will grow: USDA zones 4–9 (find your zone); can grow in clay soils and areas with partial shade to those with full sun Water requirement: Well-drained medium to moist soil; can
of the shad fish), Juneberry, common serviceberry, serviceberry Origin: Native to zones 4–8 in eastern North America Where it will grow: USDA zones 4–9 (find your zone); can grow in clay soils and areas with partial shade to those with full sun Water requirement: Well-drained medium to moist soil; can
Downy Serviceberry tree. Hardy for zones 4-9
“fun” — anglodude
Corydalis lutea (syn. Pseudofumaria lutea)
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underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April to mid-October. USDA zones: 4-9 Sun requirement: Partial sun and shade Mature size: 12 to 18 inches tall and wide
underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April to mid-October. USDA zones: 4-9 Sun requirement: Partial sun and shade Mature size: 12 to 18 inches tall and wide
underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April to mid-October. USDA zones: 4-9 Sun requirement: Partial sun and shade Mature size: 12 to 18 inches tall and wide
“Easy to care for and ok in part shade” — gugerty
Bosenberg and Company Landscape Architects
Residential Landscapes
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feet (4.9 to 5.8 meters)Height: 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters)Large and luxury cars:Width: 6 to 6½ feet (1.8 to 1.9 meters)Length: 16 to 18 feet (4.9 to 5.5 meters)Height: 4½ to 5 feet (1.4 to 1.5 meters)Compact and sports cars:Width: 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters)Length: 14 to 16 feet (4.3 to 4.9 me
“turret garage” — jessgalvan
Shoreline Construction and Development
The Camelia
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in the next two years. Renters are more likely than owners to hire a professional for their decorating projects (21 percent versus 17 percent). About 49 percent of renters plan to hire an architect in the next two years, and 32 percent of renters plan to hire an interior designer in the same time period
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