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Start vegetable seeds for the fall/winter garden. Vegetable and flower seeds can be started now for your cool-weather gardens. Vegetable seeds to sow: •broccoli •cauliflower •kale •cabbage •winter squash Flower seeds to sow: •pansy •snapdragon •viola •alyssum Start them in
Start seeds. Texas gardeners can start tomato and pepper seeds indoors, but be sure to use a growing light or keep the seeds by a bright window. Rotate your seeds every day to help them grow strong, straight stems. Desert Southwest gardeners can begin seeds of larkspur, poppies and
Start vegetable seeds for the fall/winter garden. Vegetable and flower seeds can be started now for your cool-weather gardens. Vegetable seeds to sow:broccolicauliflowerkalecabbagewinter squashFlower seeds to sow:pansy snapdragonviolaalyssumStart them in seed trays, peat pots or pots
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tchen garden pot with blueberry, strawberry, herbs, lettuces Photo: Launa Taylor
herb garden...kitchen garden...pot garden...Deck grow box
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Vegetable & Herb Garden
vegetable garden is adjacent to the dwarf fruit tree orchard. It enables the client to grow plenty of tomatoes and other essentials.
Trim trees at upper end of lot to have full veggie garden out of sight at the top of the hill
Filled yard full of gardens
Cottage garden...ble & Herb Garden...garden gate...kitchen garden
their gardens. These days kids get plenty of jump houses etc. at birthday parties and other events.
Bubbling pot - want a small feature like this in our future back yard herb garden
Encourage real play. Hang a tire from a shade tree. Put a badminton net on the lawn. Build a simple tree house: a platform with safety rails. Simple garden fun can encourage spontaneity, hanging
tire! 5. Grow a storyteller ... maybe a trillium! 6. Plant a tree no matter how old you are ... one for each grandchild / in celebration of something
A GINGER JAR EARTHEN POT BECOMES A WATER FEATURE. TUCKED IN A CORNER OF THE GARDEN, IT IS DELIGHTFUL!
Simple garden fun can encourage spontaneity, hanging out and daydreaming. Just saying, most families don't need elaborate play structures in their gardens. These days kids get plenty of jump houses etc. at birthday parties and other events.
Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'
Another great alternative to Box is a member of the holly family — Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata), zones 5-9. Ilex crenata is great as an evergreen in small gardens. It is slow growing and, left unclipped, has small, shiny black fruit
Another great alternative to Box is a member of the holly family — Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata), zones 5-9. Ilex crenata is great as an evergreen in small gardens. It is slow growing and, left unclipped, has small, shiny black fruit in the autumn that contrasts so well against
slower growing boxwood as a border shrub. This Golden Gem variety is a nice variation from simple green.
Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata) zones 5-9 - slow growing
Japanese holly- slow growing evergreen shrub
flowers. Grow outdoors in mild climates or indoors in pots in colder regions. Plant in large masses, drifts or near pools. Drought-tolerant once established, but for best blooms give plenty of moisture. In hot summer areas, plant in partial sun. Like loamy earth, but tolerate dense soils. Divide every 5
in the garden, “where it can produce more leaves to bring more reserves back into the bulb,” he says. Once the soil temperature is 70 degrees, plant the bulb in an uncrowded spot, at least 15 inches away from other plants, where it will receive no more than four to six hours of sun a day. Keep the soil
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Grace Design Associates
Love the little herb/vegetable garden in a container but integrated with the surrounding landscape.
Now I can grow tomatoes this summer
ttage garden...cutting garden...garden art...herb garden
Corydalis lutea (syn. Pseudofumaria lutea)
grows well in sun and part shade. 12 - 18 inches tall
ides, zones 5 to 9) grows well in sun and part shade. It chokes
of the garden near the tree bed, or against the house.
Yellow chordal is... Tol all conditions and grows like a weed
Yellow Corydalis An incredible workhorse, carefree corydalis performs in even the most difficult growing conditions, including wet soil
difficult growing conditions, including wet soil, dry shade and dense shade. This underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April to mid-October. Corydalis lutea 12-18 inches tall
Yellow Corydalis. Grows in wet soil
difficult growing conditions, including wet soil, dry shade and dense shade. This underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April to mid-October. USDA zones: 4-9Sun requirement: Partial sun and shadeMature size: 12 to 18 inches tall
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