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Moss & Moss Lawns
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Hello Christina, thanks for your compliment. This is an all Moss Lawn. My leaf blowing skills are legendary :)
areas and acidic soil, keep moist for first 3 weeks, moss lawn can take 1 yr to fill in
Moss lawn for visual lawn space- not for foot traffic
Love having a moss lawn instead of grass
use as a lawn, too. If you already have patches of moss growing in your shaded turf, take a cue from nature and consider replacing your lawn with moss
or Thuidium spp)For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be ideal. Its low-growing habit eliminates the need for mowing, and the
through it daily, plan to add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native
“moss...” — vwpollard
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
the tree to the left ? I am in the process of planting some trees in my garden for some shade. And need some ideas.
Use of hedge as separator between garden and lawn.
1. Feed and drain lawnsTo keep grass growth strong throughout summer, feed lawns now with either a special slow-release lawn mix high in nitrogen or
is essential for lawns as it allows water and air to get to the roots of the grass. It will also help prevent moss growing in your lawn. If your ground
curves of this garden draw you into the composition immediately. The charming arbor draws you in deeper and promises access to the garden that can be seen
I like the curve of the garden beds...for lawn in front of cottage?
“Love layout and back ground” — deancrowther
River's Edge Landscapes
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
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The formal rectangular lawn anchors the viewing garden, with colorful planting accents and the pergola as a focal point and sitting area.
smaller spaces, hedge, small shrubs and lawn.
Formal garden in a small back yard. European Hornbeam near wall, lavender, roses, concrete outline of lawn
The formal rectangular lawn anchors the viewing garden, with colorful planting accents and the pergola as a focal point and
“it's a perfect space.” — Jill Davis Design
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
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Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Hydrangeas in the foreground mixed with flowering perennials surround a large lawn side yard in Summit NJ
lawn- overseed with perennial rye- dies off in the spring
Take care of your lawn. Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not really
Fertilize your lawn. Texas lawns generally need to be fertilized twice a year (spring and fall). Look for a lawn fertilizer with a 3-1-2 or
actually harm your lawn. Water in well after fertilizing.
Texas. "Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not
MaintenanceTake care of your lawn. Be on the lookout for "brown patch" disease in your lawn, particularly if you have St. Augustine grass
Check out more early-fall lawn tips
“All” — heba72
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
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possibly tiger lilies. Hope this helps a bit. It's a very pretty flower garden though needs some pruning.
Having a garden is much better for the environment than a lawn!
flowers, and herbs. I'll take this over a lawn any day!
The cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic predecessor of what
7. Don't think you ever have to have a lawn. Having
These kinds of gardens take the kitchen garden from the back patio to the front yard. See more cottage gardens
17. Don't think you ever have to have a lawn. Having a garden is much better for the environment than a lawn!
cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic predecessor of what I call the cottage-potage garden might have looked a bit like this garden, with edibles
Edible garden on both sides of walkway....this over a lawn any day!
“Siding on the house and immediate entrance to gardens” — dunnwrightinc
Doyle Herman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Traditional
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really great. How many hours a week do you spend working in your garden? I love gardening, but it just takes so much time and so much work. Maybe someday
question as Emily, how many hours a week do you spend in taking care of your garden, fences and the hedges though I believe if you love your job the number
Love the incorporation of vegetable beds into the lawn.
Lawn between the beds or something else?
“Oh I would love to have this as my garden” — Ambar Veras
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
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Fertilize the lawn. Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Use a lawn fertilizer with a ratio of 3:2:1 or 4:2:1 of
A large lawn may be a traditional approach to a landscape space, but breaking it into
directions on the package and avoid overfertilizing, which will only damage your lawn. Resist the urge to use "winterizing" fertilizers until late October or early
“grass steps” — megillscrossing
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
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in the two northern corners of the old barn foundation to help frame the garden.
privacy and keep out garden pests. The bridge and rockscape are an inspired touch and break up the expanse of lawn.
rockscape are an inspired touch and break up the expanse of lawn.
Now this garden looks like something out of a Jane Austen novel. The high stone walls allow for privacy and keep out garden pests. The
Now this garden looks like something out of a Jane Austen novel. The high stone walls allows for privacy and keeps out garden pests. The bridge and rockscape
The bridge and rockscape are an inspired touch and break up the expanse of lawn.
Nice way to break up a lawn
“pierres” — mamymims
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