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looking for in home design and environment. Since we're in Colorado Springs, I was hoping I could find out the builder's name to find more information!
trees in a grove are related, considered as clones with similar characteristics, which explains why a grove changes color in fall all at once. Growing tips. Aspens generally thrive where winters are cold and summers cool. In the wild they grow in a range of soils, from moist to dry, deep to rocky.
range. In recent decades even trees in the wild have been struck by a widespread dieback.
Just love the colour and reminds me of Lake Tahoe in the fall
This would look awesome in Canmore.
Stone and log...and of course I love the beautiful fall foliage.
Amazing Colorado cabin in the fall!
preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the base of the plant to keep it looking neat and trim, but do not prune. Toxicity: Nontoxic
All white marble in tub area including ceiling, and
monthly in spring and summer with a 10-10-10 liquid fertilizer, and every two months in the fall and winter. Humidity: Tolerates low humidity, though it will thrive with higher humidity. Mist the foliage regularly with room-temperature water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the
parlour palm and pot in bathroom
indoor parlor palm plant likes humidity
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oriental rug in an unexpected place
Trick in neutral bath persian rug
during fall and winter. The rich colors will warm up the look of the room as well. Be sure to add a rug pad or rug tape that will grip the floor underneath any bathroom rug to prevent slips
necessities in plain sight. Hang a plain cotton bath mat over the tub between uses, but leave a "real" wool or silk rug on the floor near the sink for a touch of luxury.
during fall and winter. The rich colors will warm up the look of the room as well.Be sure to add a rug pad or rug tape that will grip the floor underneath any bathroom rug to prevent slips.
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Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
green plantings provide the perfect backdrop to my collection of colorful table linens, glassware, and china. We love our garden!” Dean Fisher loved it, too. “The setting is so lovely and relaxed. It evokes the south of France, with its intimate scale and the integration of house and patio through the
to be planted in the sun unlike others. Good to know.
White Flower Plant: Hydrangea Paniculata AKA Grandiflora
terrace is planted with Hydrangea paniculata, whose flowers form a cone-shape panicle. While white blooms do not usually change color like pink or blue specimens, they may mature to pink in the fall.
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through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
living in colder climates, treat this one as an annual or bring it inside for the cold months. USDA zones: 9 to 11 Water requirement: Average Light requirement: Sun to partial shade Mature size: 4 to 6 feet tall Seasonal interest: Spring through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates;
climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
Good for the condo: bring inside for winter. croton instantly wakes up the fall garden. Long, colorful leaves in shades
Pocket in work top great stopping a barrier
I like the sunk in bins instead
This is a fun idea for growing herbs right in the kitchen.
Maybe make this type of thing on a built in butler style table that way you can
Trough cut into countertop (put in ice and drinks) cool idea for a bar
herbs in containersOnce the containers are prepped and ready, choose which herbs to plant based on your favorite recipes. I’ve grouped suggested herbs by their soil and light requirements in case you choose to place them in the same pot.
putting them in water, and using them for a few days.
If your climate has mild winters, you can keep pots outside. If not, bring herbs indoors for the fall and winter. Most herbs require six hours of sunlight, so keep them in a sunny spot, preferably one with direct southern or eastern exposure. Get the
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
need plants that will thrive in shade
What are the plants that surround the pond.
aquatic plants that tolerate shade. You'll have several options from which to choose! http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/archives/parsons/flowers/lily2.html
Hi gtotogo, the plant in back is a pine tree. Maybe a snow pine. The green one in front of it on the rocks is an Acer Palmatum
also come in redish burgundy colors. They do pretty will in shade to part shade. To the left of it looks like a lily or grass. Reeds do well near ponds too and water Irises. I like Cyperus, umbrella plant but they need containment because they spread.
The aquatic plant on the right side of the pond
pond and in front of the chair is Pickerel Rush. The terrestial plants outside of the pond were not planted by us. We installed the pond and the aquatic plants.
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gourds in the flower bed was saved from a metal scrapyard.
I love the look of a natural fall porch.
pumpkins in wagon- wish I had thought of that sooner
Chair pumpkin on furniture basket and even something in a trough off the stone area
Great use of older items and furniture on this porch for fall!
what to plant? See 6 superstar annuals for baskets and potsDo you have a hanging basket in full glory? Post a photo in the Comments!
gourds in the flower bed was saved from a metal scrapyard.
Harvest: Summer squash are usually ready to harvest about two months after planting. Crookneck and scallop varieties should be about 2 to 3 inches long, while zucchini and straightneck varieties should be 4 to 6 inches long. Cut the stem close