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George Ranalli Architect
K Loft
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looks like stars in the night sky
looks like stars in the night sky," says Ranalli. "It provides a very natural-looking light." Ranalli's custom plywood woodwork is visible on the near and far walls in this image. Although it has become somewhat of a trademark in some of his residential work, this was the first home where he used this e
looks like stars in the night sky," says Ranalli. "It provides a very natural-looking light." Ranalli's custom plywood woodwork is visible on the near and far walls in this image. Although it has become somewhat of a trademark in some of his residential work, this was the first home where he used this
“Ceiling” — susie7
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site, to star in a certain vignette.
site, to star in a certain vignette.
“Gnarled and gnarly” — bridgeman64
Kara Weik
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polar star, valspar
paint color valspar polar star
Polar Star...polar star?...Polar Star,Valspar
“West elm light” — kcaraway
Paintbox Garden
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Garden Tour - Exploring Natives at the New York Botanical Garden
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blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple love grass (Eragrostis spectabilis), which has a habitat range that extends from Maine to Florida.
Bees of all kinds are drawn to tall blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that
Tall blazing star (liatris) between purple love grass. For our hill side?
blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple love grass (Eragrostis spectabilis), which has a habitat range that extends from Maine to Florida.
“look into it” — mihascasas
Sandy Koepke
beverly hills peck -
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Lighting's Star Lantern.
Lighting's Star Lantern.
“Secluded feeling” — amy73lynn
Hortus Oasis
14 Reviews
Tiny Townhome Garden
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star jasmine "espaliered"? like the exterior paint color.
Hardy Star Jasmine trellis.
Shown: Star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)
Star jasmine
“jasmine” — theresaflorian
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
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niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins, either in the garden or in containers, and don’t worry as the colder weather
niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins, either in the garden or in containers, and don’t worry as the colder weather
“Love the geometrics this arrangement creates.” — mmfiore
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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Golden Star'. Tree: These peonies lose their leaves in the fall, but their stems stay intact through the winter. They are typically slower to grow. Look for 'Big Deep Purple' or 'Black Dragon Brocade'. Intersectional: Intersectional peonies are a cross between tree peonies and those that lose their leaves
Golden Star'.Tree: These peonies lose their leaves in the fall, but their stems stay intact through the winter. They are typically slower to grow. Look for 'Big Deep Purple' or 'Black Dragon Brocade'.Intersectional: Intersectional peonies are a cross between tree peonies and those that lose their leaves
“peonies and salvia” — 13roxanne
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