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Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
Cape Cod Shingle Style
how the garden grows right up into the house! the weathered shingles, absolutely lovely
cottage garden. Tip: Be sure to check the estimated mature size on the variety you choose. It can range anywhere from approximately 1 to 3 feet high. This will affect your plans for placement when you're plotting out a planting plan.
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
How wide are garden beds themselves? And how much did the brick cost you?
family garden. Gardens are great for families. They're fantastic ways to teach children about where food comes from, and they are good for the earth. Planting and harvesting items you would typically purchase from the grocery store will save you money and fuel. Plus, a garden will give you an opportunity
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“Trap cropping is a form of companion planting,” says Jessica Walliser, author of the forthcomingAttracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden: A Natural Approach to Pest Control
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Birmingham, MI Private garden
additional gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
beautiful way to store garden tools
hide garden tools in an obelisk
Garden storage that also looks nice.
larger garden tools, like rakes and hoes.
Hand ToolsWhat to do: The most important tip for tool maintenance is to clean any dirt off the metal parts. Oiling the metal or spritzing it with WD-40 will get you extra points. Now is also the time to inspect handles for signs of decay, so you won’t end
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Common Ground Landscapes
Nice garden tip
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
this garden. Will you tell me the different plants used in this white garden? love it nice lay out.
I would appreciate it if you would kindly give me the plants names used in the white garden. and any further suggestions. I really love a white garden. Thanks a lot for your help Donna my e-mail is
good night garden plant for scent - Lily "casa blanca"
Glenna Partridge Garden Design 2. Scent Scent is the second piece
best in gardens that have a traditional, formal or cottage style. Use them in containers, as houseplants, in mixed beds and borders, and as a focal or specimen plant in your garden. Tip: If you choose to grow lilies in containers, be sure to fertilize more often to keep them healthy and blooming — a
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Front Ridge Residence
Garden edges - Clump planting and mulched, planting bed w/ trench edges, blending into grassy area and wooded area
Garden edging tips and bamboo tips
The garden's edge is gradual. Instead of an abrupt end of lawn, casually (but thoughtfully) placed shrubs signal the boundaries of the garden.
true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a sharp-shooter shovel or trencher).Advantages: It's free, easy to create and effective. It's also a very natural edging option for casual or informal
informal gardens.Disadvantages: Slightly higher maintenance, as you might need to freshen the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp.Maintenance: You'll need to use your string trimmer frequently during the growing season to keep the edges neat and tidy.
English Garden - Design tip: Lush greenery is a key feature of this style. If you live in a climate where water is scarce, the look may not be the best choice. If you want to try to replicate it, look for plantings that have the same feel but are drought-tolerant, and consider scaling the look back or
English garden is synonymous with traditional garden design. Whatever you call it, capturing the feel of a home set in the midst of a green, parklike area is key. The large lawn and stately trees are the starting point. There's a sense of flow between every part of the garden rather than separation. Design
Design tip: Lush greenery is a key feature of this style. If you live in a climate where water is scarce, the look may not be the best choice. If you want to try to replicate it, look for plantings that have the same feel but are drought-tolerant, and consider scaling the look back or incorporating it