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sprinkle the seeded ground several times a day with water to keep the soil moist and cool. For the first eight to 10 days, water two to three times a day for five to 10 minutes using an oscillating sprinkler for even coverage. As the grass seeds germinate, water less often but more deeply (once a day for 15
With seeded lawns, the more frequently you mow, the better your grass seed will fill in. However, it's a commonly accepted rule of thumb to never remove more than one-third of the height of your grass in any one mowing.
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Flame stitch variations. During the later part of the 17th century, a few new patterns emerged that were inspired by the Bargello flame stitch pattern. The carnation, medallion and diamond patterns evolved as new stitches were tried. These embroideries were found more in the U.S. and England than in
flame stitch fell heavily out of favor and stayed missing in action for several decades. Luckily for us, however, the flame stitch and all its variations are back. These modern Jonathan Adler Bargello wave pillows look like they were inspired by the diamond pattern of the 17th century. The graphic rug
is hand stitched kantha-embroidery. Add a knotted felt pillow, such as these from West Elm for a sunny pop of color.
Michael Abrams Limited
flame stitch in the U.K. In Parham House in the U.K., you will find one of the most breathtaking examples of flame stitch design, and one of the earliest known flame stitch examples in England. Embroidered sometime between 1560 and 1585, its curtains (not shown here) are made from linen scrim and have
flame stitch comprises a compound weave that uses natural or man-made fibers. While not likely to be seen in Parham House, the curtains and bed bolster shown here pay homage to the flame stitch pattern with a great deal of care and class.
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
pattern of seeds in a sunflower and the shape of DNA molecules, for instance. The spiral is a symbol of a spiritual journey to some and is a simple pattern used by many cultures. Used here as a design cut from grass, the spiral is merely a pattern that fills an open space.
pattern of seeds in a sunflower and the shape of DNA molecules, for instance. The spiral is a symbol of a spiritual journey to some and is a simple pattern used by many cultures.
pattern of seeds in a sunflower and the shape of DNA molecules, for instance. The spiral is a symbol of a spiritual journey to some and is a simple pattern used by many cultures.Used here as a design cut from grass, the spiral is merely a pattern that fills an open space.
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 02 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
grass seed. Consider planting a native grass mix of buffalograss, curly mesquite and blue grama in a sunny part of your yard — these grasses are drought tolerant and sturdy enough for foot traffic. Be sure to prepare the area thoroughly before sowing grass seed — follow the directions on the package
until the seed has sprouted. If you want to add sod for a more instant lawn, look for pieces of St. Augustine or zoysia, both of which are somewhat tolerant of light shade. Always follow turfgrass recommendations from experts in your area, such as a trusted nursery or your county extension office, when making
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it
Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it.
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area; seeded glass for cupboards: seeded pendant lights?
Like the seeded? glass in cabinets