4,247 seed stitch Home Design Photos

Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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Though the soft texture of the perennial border has hardened, the exposed seed heads and stems reveal a sculptural and architectural skeleton that will
that turns bright oranges, and bluestem goes for scarlets. Of course the seeds heads are often quite ornamental throughout the winter.
that turns bright oranges, and bluestem goes for scarlets. Of course the seeds heads are often quite ornamental throughout the winter. When you place
that turns bright oranges, and bluestem goes for scarlets. Of course the seeds heads are often quite ornamental throughout the winter. When you place grasses
Though the soft texture of the perennial border has hardened, the exposed seed heads and stems reveal a sculptural and architectural skeleton that will
“Love this grassy look.” — Corrine Iverson
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
6 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
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Black-eyed Susan seed heads with feathery grasses. Don't cut those great looking seeds.
Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
shake the seeds out of them....Love how the black seed pods of
“Mixing flowers and grass” — cinderchang
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Hospital Home Lottery 2012 - Den
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the flame stitch. Flame stitch is a design, rather than a type of fabric. One theory that historians have about the origins of the flame stitch is that it
of two embroidery stitches popular in the 13th and 14th centuries: the Gobelin (or brick stitch) and the Hungarian (or zigzag stitch). The resulting
that some believe this is how the flame stitch became so popular in Italy.Another theory is that the flame stitch developed from the influence of Middle
such as ikat, that were coming into Italy via the Silk Road. The flame stitch wallpaper with a modern twist in this photo looks bold but still works with
“Ceiling” — Basia Lenczowski
Greg Natale
Living room
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The flame stitch throughout Europe. The flame stitch started to become very popular in the 17th century. Italian armchairs stitched with silk threads
"Florentine stitch" to describe the flame stitch. Flame stitch patterns continued to remain popular throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. Women would embroider
threads in flame stitch designs were seen in a collection at the Bargello Museum in Florence. As a result, you may have heard the term "Bargello" or "Florentine
design, keen to show off their skills. The French also jumped on the flame stitch bandwagon — they called it "Bergamo."A breathtaking example, albeit on a
“Paint” — farahsteve
Tina Kuhlmann
No 2
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Seeded glass...seede glass...Seeded glass....seeded glass in cabinets
“Like the contrast of the cabinets” — baccardi
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Lower Mystic Lake House
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grass seed. Using a handheld fertilizer spreader and the recommended spread rate, disperse the seed over your prepared ground. Apply half of the seed in one
the other half of the seed at right angles to ensure even coverage. Then drag a hard rake across the soil surface to help the seed make good contact with
Alternately, you can use a roller, available at rental stores, to press the seeds into the soil for better germination. Some experts prefer to omit this step
“Edging for either side of rill at drop off points.” — patgen
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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By mid-October the garden is showing its fall colors. Seed heads from the Crocosmia dance against the peeling bark of the paperbark maple tree while a
Yellow/gold seed heads from 'Crocosmia' in front
Seed heads from the Crocosmia dance against
Love these fall colors. Seed heads from the Crocosmia dance against the peeling bark of the paperbark
montbretia (Crocosmia) look beautiful exploding from the base — even their seed heads form an exciting partnership, as seen here. Avoid obscuring the tree
montbretia (Crocosmia) look beautiful exploding from the base — even their seed heads form an exciting partnership, as seen here.Avoid obscuring the tree
“Autumn trees” — albergaria
Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
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potting room as much like a porch as possible. The owner grows plants from seed so between the windows and the fan the breeze helps to grow strong stems
plants like begonias and geraniums. You also may want some space for stashing seed catalogs, reading gardening books and sketching your ideas.
firs, to help them survive the colder months. She also grows plants from seeds here. “We mixed a lot of metals out here, like nickel, zinc, oil-rubbed bronze
plants like begonias and geraniums. You also may want some space for stashing seed catalogs, reading gardening books and sketching your ideas. Learn more about
“I like the workspace” — deanmontgomery
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