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carex (sedge), mow sedge lawn in spring and let seeds drop after flowering to allow it to fill in more thickly, plant spring or fall
every state in the U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after
every state in the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after
finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
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Moss & Moss Lawns
adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep
adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states.Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Avila Valley Estate
die back, divide in early spring. Cutting for arrangements will encourage repeat blooms
: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Plant it in well-draining soil; you may need to amend heavy clay soil so
sunMature size: 18 to 36 inches tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming
If the plants become too crowded or start to die back, divide in early spring. Cutting for arrangements will encourage repeat blooms.
requirement: ModerateLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 2 to 4 feetGrowing tips: Plant it in well-draining soil; you may need to amend heavy clay soil so
blanket flower divide in spring
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Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic. Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch
is surprisingly good at handling foot traffic.Growing tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch
Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
surrounding this pool makeover expertly crafted by Southern California Landscape. Why start from scratch if you can "recreate" a pool scape that you will
tank of some kind and then controlled in the distribution through the landscaping. We're planning to build and it seems so practical to use "mother nature"
Mature size: 4 feet tall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring, and prune down to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
sunMature size: 4 feet tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring, and prune down to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
try looking to nature for inspiration. When you find a vista, garden or landscape that inspires you, snap a picture or clip a photo from a magazine. I was
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Grace Design Associates
front of the veranda? The one in between the mexican feather grass. A+ landscape layout!
awards, including the 2009 International Landscape Designer of the Year from the Assn. of Professional Landscape Designers - it was over the top. The plant
Thanks for the kudos. I recommend you show this photo to your landscaper or go to your local stone supplier (these were supplied by Santa Barbara Stone
not stand up to foot traffic, because of its semisucculent leaves. Growing tip: Once it's established, it requires very little water. If you overwater it
regions. An added feature is the flush of tiny white flowers that appear in spring and stay in the summer months. Although it's a tough plant that addresses
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
WE are looking for grasses to use in our landscaping that size.
gray ground cover year round with the added bonus of tiny white flowers in spring.
makes me want to start collectimg catus!!!! I am looking to change the landscape in my front yard from Azaleas and Sago Palms to succulants This is so beautiful
by Procon Projects Limited Architecture & Design by Mason Kent Design Landscaping provided by Arcon Water Designs
the exact species, it looks like a pamas grass. You can connect with Landscaping Company Arcon Water Designs for further details.
Mature size: 18 to 24 inches tall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring; prune in late winter or early spring.
forefront of my idea book due to its topographical similarities to my lot. Landscape **integrated** very well with the house.
shadeMature size: 18 to 24 inches tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring; prune in late winter or early spring.