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Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
The Jungalow is all about creative reuse, personalization, vivid colors, bold patterns and lots and lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.
can u please tell me the name of the plant in the top left drawer?
The plant is a Staghorn Fern! Glad you like the Jungalow!
Plant a piece of old furniture
Plant a piece of furniture and give new life to an old piece that is too run down for its intended purpose. Line the
make an herb garden with drawers
so creative - loving the idea of random plants displayed
Grow herbs in a smaller distressed one on the deck
Fun decorative way to display plants indoors
“Reusing the furniture for plants” — curiousarcher
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
photo credit: Kristen McGaughey, custom herb garden from Studio N2
With ought water holes drilled beneath how will plants not getvwaterlogged
Love the wall garden! How do the plants get sufficient sun?
Do you happen to have a source for the herb garden prop?
Are there directions somewhere on how to create the wall herb garden?
R those herbs growing there , or just arranged , good design
My question is, are you growing or drying the herbs, or both?
parece que tem hortas verticais (vertical herb Garden) naturais que você pode comprar. Só precisa colocá-la onde tem sol.
Growing plants in jars with no drainage will likely rot the roots and get the soil moldy within a week (could get kind of smelly too). Also, with no outdoor ventilation, little white bugs will swarm herbs. This plant wall would work well outside with supports to hold drainage
“spice s” — Kareemah Sharita Abdullah
BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style
seating area. Colorful drought tolerant trees and plants were used strategically to screen out unwanted views, and to frame the beauty of the new landscape. This yard is an example of low water, low maintenance without looking like grandmas cactus garden.
some interesting plants; nice use of repurposed concrete
Garden - flagstones with surrounded creeping thyme.
Garden with flagstone and creeping thyme
Aussie kanga paws and assorted plants
“love the lavender, and flagstone with ground cover in between” — zoemamma
Kirsti Moestue Landscape Design
Herb Garden
Planting under house
Low maintenance plants
herb garden...planting design...herb garden...seaside plantings
“Planting under house” — robynloc
Bachman's Landscape Design - Tom Haugo
Back yard patio, deck and gardens
Back yard patio, deck and gardens
MNLA award winning landscaping using cobble street pavers, wheel pattern herb garden, white picket fence, and clay brick paver walkways. Project was installed in back yard of a Edina residence. Design & installation by Tom Haugo, Bachman's Landscaping
separate plantings and create elevation in the center
The wheel shape for planting. Neat design.
An herb garden. Maybe containers instead of in the ground like
breaking up of garden with stones
Shape of garden+the the chives are braced
4. Herbs. Another option is to turn your planting space into an herb garden. Go formal, such as with a classic herb wheel like the one seen here, or fill in with a free-form design or large containers. Most herbs are quick-growing annuals that love the sun and heat. They’re also generally drought tolerant
“Herb garden” — Glenn Schleicher
Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
Herb Living Wall, Bright Green GroVert Frame
Does anyone have this? I was thinking of getting one to plant some food herbs, (parsley, mint, cilantro, etc., but I'd be afraid that the soil would crumble? Anyone at home have any good success? Thanks.
base of the plant to reduce any soil fines that would drop, also when watering you can mist the soil which will help keep the soil moist.
Bright Green USA's GroVert Frame - herb living wall perhaps can put on the garage-side wall??
Herb wall between utility and larder
a challenge for a lot of us. Growing herb plants need fresh air and sunlight to thrive. Simply keeping herb jars handy in a cabinet next to the stovetop is the low-maintenance version of this suggestion.
“vertical garden” — Dained Vera
Scot Ragsdale Landscape Design
Southwest Portland 2
lovely shade garden, mixed textures, mixed blooming schedules
Bench along plant line
plants for shady landscape
Bench and plants...Garden benches...mixed planting...Herb garden...container garden...garden design
“Bench and plants” — Isabelle Szpak
Ki Living Art
Keona at Ki Living Art
“Planting” — ihatepasswords
Herb garden in the kitchen. Yes or no?
Is having an herb garden in your kitchen convenient or a hassle? Vote and tell us! If you have an herb garden (or any other plants) in your kitchen,...
What are the herbs in this garden?
Will you please tell me what herbs are in this garden? I think I see mint and thyme, but not sure about the rest. I like plants that are both edible...
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