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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
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Dallas Backyard Pool & Retreat
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Blue and pots as design in landscape
the pots,tile and floor
Pots again!
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Nature's Realm
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Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
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Love this area - I would do it up better, but such a nice spot to pot and sit
planters on fence, potting table
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Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Bradstone by Nicolock Patio Pack and Circle Patio Pack
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Stone and pots
Potted plants and patio
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Hidden Creek Landscaping, Inc.
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At Home Retreat
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fire pots on back veranda on top of stone pillars
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London Bay Homes
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Chiara
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Like the circular shelves and decorative pots could be changed sessonally
Nice pots around the pool
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S+H Construction
12 Reviews
Condo Renovation
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The shelves for pots and pot lids.
door for microwave. coffee pot/blender behind door with pullout drawer
“swing out drawers” — Michelle Berry Horn
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frenchflair
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Flower in the pot ....Flower pot
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Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
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The Thymus serphyllum is planted in 4" pots 18" on center in fertile mulch. It is important to prepare the base by cleaning out the existing bed of all weed stock by Roundup or hand removal
hottest areas, and especially if you are establishing it now. Be sure to give it a good soaking once a week. Thymus serphyllum is usually planted in 4" pots at about 18" on center. Good luck.
Love this..thymus serphymllum in 4" pots 18" on center in fertile mulch. Blue oat grass drought tolerant.
“Grass” — picard68
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