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Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
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Downtown LA
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wall so that LED lights would shine through slits at night. "It almost has a fireplace-like feel," she says. The glow echos the gold accents that are spiked throughout the home Desk: Sunpan
wall so that LED lights would shine through slits at night. "It almost has a fireplace-like feel," she says. The glow echos the gold accents that are spiked throughout the home — even the exposed air ducts were painted gold! Desk: Sunpan
“Air ducts painted gold.” — kuangchi
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Salvia Blue Bedder
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heirloom related to the perennial Texas blue sage, that grows 30 inches tall on well-branched plants and produces masses of deep blue-purple flower spikes all summer long. Cold-climate gardeners know how valuable salvias can be in mixed plantings, and this one will look good with just about anything.
heirloom related to the perennial Texas blue sage, that grows 30 inches tall on well-branched plants and produces masses of deep blue-purple flower spikes all summer long. Cold-climate gardeners know how valuable salvias can be in mixed plantings, and this one will look good with just about anything.
“Salvia” — jimpascoe
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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weeds; offers winter cover and seeds for birds; hosts some skipper butterflies Seasonal interest: The grass stays low until late summer, when tall seed spikes erupt into the sunlight. Fall color is excellent; winter interest is superb. When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch well in late fall to prevent
weeds; offers winter cover and seeds for birds; hosts some skipper butterfliesSeasonal interest: The grass stays low until late summer, when tall seed spikes erupt into the sunlight. Fall color is excellent; winter interest is superb.When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch well in late fall to prevent
“Grasses, gravel, hidden bench.” — emma72bank
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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shades of gray or green spread easily, and this plant can handle dry conditions, although too much rain will damage the leaves. Some varieties produce spikes of equally soft purple flowers.
shades of gray or green spread easily, and this plant can handle dry conditions, although too much rain will damage the leaves. Some varieties produce spikes of equally soft purple flowers. Where it will grow: USDA zones 4 to 10 (find your zone)Light: Full sun to partial shadeWater: Moderate to regularUse
“Lamb's Ears (Stachys byzantina)” — Estudio Castaño
Aloha Pools Pty Ltd
2 Reviews
Mount Eliza Lifestyle Package
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fixtures and “fun stuff.” Once construction begins, changing the finish materials often leads to change orders and construction delays — not to mention a spike in costs. Current clients of mine just decided they wanted to change their entry porch from wood decking to stone. We all agreed the stone would look
fixtures and “fun stuff.” Once construction begins, changing the finish materials often leads to change orders and construction delays — not to mention a spike in costs. Current clients of mine just decided they wanted to change their entry porch from wood decking to stone. We all agreed the stone would look
“Hch” — fereshteh1234
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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l on Liatris pycnostachya. This flower blooms in midsummer (zone 5), lasting about a week, opening flowers from top to bottom on 3- to 4-foot-tall spikes. Medium clay soil and full sun are best, though there's certainly wiggle room on where it can go. For each Liatris species, a nice clump of about 1
l on Liatris pycnostachya. This flower blooms in midsummer (zone 5), lasting about a week, opening flowers from top to bottom on 3- to 4-foot-tall spikes. Medium clay soil and full sun are best, though there's certainly wiggle room on where it can go. For each Liatris species, a nice clump of about 1
“Couleur des fleurs” — eomeara16
The New York Botanical Garden
Great Design Plants
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P. is a member of the boxwood family. Blooms w/ white spikes of flowers in spring.
cousin of English and American boxwood. By "coarse," I mean the leaves have somewhat jagged edges and aren't as glossy as boxwood's. It also blooms with spikes of white flowers in the spring.
“Pachysandra Terminalis” — abaughman
Svein Erik Larsen
Eryngium dilatatum Azulillo
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every color in between. Erect stalks of similar colors continue to grow and thrive for the remainder of the year. Leaf types vary from long, narrow spikes to foliage with large lobes. Shown here: Eryngium dilatatum 'Azulillo'
every color in between.Erect stalks of similar colors continue to grow and thrive for the remainder of the year. Leaf types vary from long, narrow spikes to foliage with large lobes.Shown here: Eryngium dilatatum 'Azulillo'
“Eryngium dilatatum 'Azulillo'.” — Estudio Castaño
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