2,463 mulch Traditional Home Design Photos

Debra Kling Colour Consultant
41 Reviews
Westchester County, New York Exteriors
Hydrangea bushes create a border between the porch and the driveway of this home designed by Debra Kling. The bark mulch at the shrubs' bases is a smart way to extend the time between waterings in the hot summer months.Share your best hydrangea photo below!Great design flowers:Catmint | Golden Creeping
“hydragenas” — pamychino
Greymark Construction Company
8 Reviews
way in amping up your home's exterior and its curb appeal. Give your exterior a good power wash, touch up paint trim, mow your lawn and spread fresh mulch over flower and plant beds. If you're looking for a one-day fix up, take it down another level. "If it's an afternoon project someone is looking for
“Green” — makaveli1112
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
Trimmed to Perfection
Make things clean and crisp. This one’s going to take some hours of yardwork. Edge those flower beds, freshen up your mulch or pine straw, sweep off that path and clean the cobwebs and pollen off your front planters, lights and mailbox.
“brick” — stacesirmans
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
your lawn and garden deeper and more defined, making it easier to trim and mow.When you’re done digging and edging, spread out at least an inch of mulch to keep weeds from popping up.
“Yard” — ncsusc80
Eric H. Gjerde AIA
6 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
to observe any changes.Early every spring the previous owners had always hired a couple of college guys do a thorough cleanup: beds cleaned out and mulched, trees pruned, shrubs trimmed and the lawn raked within an inch of its life and mowed. The lack of a massive spring cleanup was my first cause for
“hawthorne yellow qith bavarian cream” — idee2014
Bonin Architects & Associates
7 Reviews
Lake Sunapee, NH View
right place. Those on your lawn can be shredded with the lawnmower, then either added to your compost bin or put straight back onto the garden as a mulch. Do not cover crowns of perennials, however, as they could rot.
“pleasant” — cumminspete
Robert Boden Design Pty Ltd
Leggatt Cres, Mt Martha
those secateurs out and prune your roses. If you live in a very frosty area it might pay to wait until spring. Feed them with a good rose fertiliser or mulch plants with well rotted compost and animal manure (don’t pile up around base of plants as this can cause collar rot). Planting garlic or onions around
“Front yard entry” — jackiesclan
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Use pebble mulches to cover the ground...A key aspect of many traditional Japanese gardens is the use of pebbles and rocks rather than lawns as a ground surface. The most famous example of this in Japan is the serenely beautiful Zen garden of Ryōan-ji in Kyoto. Composed mainly of raked gravel symbolising
“The minimalist gardens that we are so fond of today have their roots in an ancient landscape traditi” — raebbae
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