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Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
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climate here in California is very similar to that of Australia generally speaking. Many native Australian species, in particular eucalyptus, thrive in fact. If no nurseries around you carry it, you may have luck online. Best of luck.
United States, where it's too hot and humid for cool-season grasses, yet too cool for warm-season grasses. It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions.
United States, where it's too hot and humid for cool-season grasses, yet too cool for warm-season grasses. It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions. Although not native to the United States, it is well adapted and widely found
“This grass” — gpfp1624
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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Hello gmspinks. The clear containers were actually antiques that the owner found in his travels. He said that the interesting thing about them is that the handle is actually formed into the glass itself, and the edges of the container are formed in a way that they create an air tight seal, and they are
by submerging the entire thing in a tub of water — if there are bugs living in the soil, they should appear in the water after a few minutes. If that happens, you may want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing it in. Don’t do this for succulents, however, since they prefer to
bringing them in — look for one that is safe to use on organic gardens and around pets and kids; you don’t need anything too harsh for this job. In fact, some gardeners have luck using a simple solution of pure Ivory liquid soap and water. Make sure you spray the tops and bottoms of all of the leaves
“Garden shed - idea for shelves and storage.” — yxc96h
Cross River Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Far Hills, NJ Farmhouse
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Hello Can you please tell me what you used for the patio floor. Could you be specific about what it is (size and color) and maker. Beautiful job! Thank you.
I have a deck which is about 3 ft off the ground and a pergola built to cover it. I would like to cover the surface of the pergola with wisteria to create the same effect.
cushions is available. Hope this helps. http://atlanticpatio.com/seating/chaise-lounges/oxford-garden-chaise-lounge.html
Where do the plants grow from? I don't see any planters with soil.
ever have their roots dry and hot. The soil should always be cool and moist enough to cake a handful of soil in a dry hand. One trick to create and collect moister from soil condensation is to bury a plastic container in the ground that can chill the surround soil around the roots. Putting the bucket
“Pergola” — lisadymo
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
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after the fact to hold more tools. The top bar is supporting a wire mesh for the plants to grow up
We constructed the base of the garden out of 21A gravel and put the decorative gravel on top. There is probably 6-8" of base before it gets to the soil, and we
we have landscape fabric separating the gravel and soil.
adapt this to my new home. What do they say about flattery?
This is beautiful. I have been trying to come up with a garden plan to fit my needs, this is perfect. I especially love that it isn't to busy with too much hard-scaping. My space seems to be about the same size. I was wondering what are the
day is a good excuse to get outside and work your garden soil. If you have not had the soil tested in a couple of years, now is a good time to do so. A soil test will give you an assessment of pH and if you need other nutrients, such as lime.Soil recommendations are based on what you are growing or planning
“Garden beds” — ncroucher
beautiful bones and purple stones
6 Reviews
Grant Patio and Fireplace
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thanks for your help. Our circle is about to be installed and seeing what others had done has been very helpful.
Incorporate 3 cubic yards of amendment per 1,000 square feet of soil. (That’s about 8 cubic feet of amendment for a 10-foot by 10-foot area of soil. • Mulch the bed with a couple of inches of leaves or shredded wood to help prevent soil erosion during the winter.
potential for soil compaction that can occur if you try to do it during the wet months of early spring. Come springtime the soil will be ready to plant. • Amendments must be mixed well into the soil — spade or rototill to a depth of 6 to 8 inches. • Composts and aged manures work best for sandy soils; sphagnum
the soil. Planning to install a new vegetable or flower garden next spring? Now's a great time to prepare the soil. Use organic amendments to increase water- and nutrient-holding capacity and to improve aeration and water flow. Adding amendments now allows you to work in the garden while the soil is
“Stone” — linda43
Clawson Architects, LLC
24 Reviews
Clawson Architects Projects
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Can you tell me more about the ceiling fixture? Who makes it and is it polished nickel?
I noticed the QA about the marble countertop, but couldn't find more specific information. I would so appreciate the type/name. Beautiful. Space! Design so well executed
Is this a steam shower by chance or just regular? We are remodeling and our shower is about this size. We are doing steam in addition but we need more info on venting for when it is a regular shower since it will be sealed tight for use as
thebuilderdepot.com/cama4x8.html Or consider a 12x24" larger format tile for the shower wall for just $9.95SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama12x24honed.html Finally the last image shows all the Hexagon formats we sell in this whiter Carrara style. We are the only in fact the largest supplier in
“Color scheme gray?” — shessel
Michelle
frenchflair
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How can I get my hydrangeas that are turning pink to turn blue. I've tried adding ph from the store to the soil but it did not work. Thank you, yours are lovely!
bed I want to plant this fall; it is in dense shade. The bed only gets dappled light for a short time. The trees are very tall; their branches start about 20" up and are huge so it would be very difficult to thin out. I want something for a focal point and I L. O. V. E. blue hydrangeas.Would they bloom
for the nice comment. I don't put any fertilizer, since our soil is very rich, but I cut them back carefully, but generously, in the middle of March, never in the fall!
If your soil is not acid, an addition of aluminum sulfate on the soil, around the plant, will help. I learned also that the choice
“The flowers” — jake8
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Needham Kitchen
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pelham pendants and was thinking about replacing my ugly fluorescent light with these.
I love the pelham pendants and was thinking about replacing my ugly fluorescent light with these. I'm want to use 3 pendants over the kitchen island, but am concerning about the brightness of the room. I have
Do the cabinet fronts have a slightly curved detail in the interior inset? Can you tell me about anything about the exact detail. Thanks
dishwasher and window are on the 14' wide side. the all fridge and all freezer and stove are along the 15' long side. I want to put an island and debating about size, I like a big one similar to the one in the pic. Would a square one (6 x 6) suit this kitchen or would a rectangular one (6 x 8) or (5 x 7) suit
“Countertop” — randim1217
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