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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
Meadow blazingstar
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Provide nectar for insects. Once you start gardening with awareness for wildlife, you’ll start to see which insects prefer which nectar plants
any soil condition. Landscape by Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens SaveEmail Botanical name: Liatris ligulistylis Common names:
6. Provide nectar for insects. Once you start gardening with awareness for wildlife, you’ll start to see which insects prefer which nectar plants
requires a bit of trial and error based on your location. A good place to start, though, is local university extension offices or arboretums, as well as
plants. I quickly learned that of the 200-plus species in my garden, Liatris ligulistylis (shown) was monarch nirvana. Deep and tubular flowers attract almost
“blazing star” — bharvieux
Shepherd Stoneworks
Raised Stone Garden Beds
Ideabooks26,163
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back yard has septic tank/large leaching field, so limited space for veg garden. If I make these elegant raised beds I'd still need to line them with something
4. Start a garden journal. If you don't already keep one, consider beginning a dedicated garden journal. Filled with your notes on what you planted and
square metres of garden beds. However, that might be too much for beginner gardeners. Three to four small beds will be plenty of work to start with. You’re
You’re better to start small and have gardens that are well maintained and productive than try to manage several larger beds and give up because it’s all too
STEP 2: Work out how big the beds should beTheir size obviously depends on the available space in your garden, but if you
Great idea for the slope in the garden
“Stone” — brendajo3
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks9,043
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Just wanted to thank you! We added some of these plants in our garden and it turned out lovely. Thank you!
'Caesar's Brother', Alchemilla mollis, and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is
More meticulously planned perennial gardens and shrub borders were placed closer to the house. While the gardens are designed, the mix of textures, color
cue from this beautiful example and blend your garden with the surrounding landscape. In this Maine garden, the goal was to renew the native plant community
This Maine garden is filled with a mix of perennials, but it's the purple salvia that stands out.
I suppose you could say all gardens are, in the
“Salvia, sedum” — tomandjillh
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Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
Ideabooks4,067
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about this photo is inpirational, makes me want to grab my pruners and start gardening.
If you can devote the time to it (or are able to hire a gardener), you can train your vines to grow on a patterned support.
MV- outside of shed in Wmsburg garden...Garden design...garden cottage...Garden chairs
“undercliff ivy?” — crowberryco
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mimi and Eric
Ideabooks16,057
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Start a garden on your porch. A low-maintenance composite decking will help keep mold
growing under your pots and will be easier to clean than wood decking.You can start seedlings in the spring and grow fresh herbs right on your porch — whether
Mimi's porch garden is a cornucopia of climbing vines, flowering shrubs, potted plants and hanging baskets. MK: I absolutely love flowers. I told my kids
natural repellentsThere are several other plants you could try in pots or garden beds, such as marigolds, sage, geraniums, peppermint, basil, lemongrass
“All” — jj5361
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
22 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks1,111
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raised bead , tender peas and starting early!
Tender peas have long been considered a harbinger of spring. Start them early; you can use the
Go up. Tender peas have long been considered a harbinger of spring. Start them early; you can use the
beans, then get one last harvest of peas in during the fall.How to start your garden from seeds
Go up. Tender peas have long been considered a harbinger of spring. Start them early; you can use the same supports later in the summer to support beans
GROW PEAS ON SUPPORTS START EARLY...how to start garden from seeds see note
“Peas.” — Nani Sa
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Houzz Photo
Ideabooks403
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summer approaches, then start planting again come fall.
When to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds
approaches, then start planting again come fall.
article on your own website or blog. Share: If you want to get kids started gardening, radishes are a great choice. Most varieties are quick to grow, fun
Radishes. Radishes are another fast grower, perfect as garden fill-ins. You can start harvesting some varieties almost immediately, and they’ll add
With some popular varieties, you can start eating the tops (as you thin out your plantings) within two weeks and start harvesting in three weeks. You can
When to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds two to three weeks before the last frost in spring
“ridikeliai” — Asta Šimelytė
Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks921
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garden building that can be the starting shed?
Aaah notice the raised beds - Colette's organic farm had these. I will do it next year for the garden. Actually have
Love the layout of this garden and the location of
Once you enter the inner garden, you will notice the closely cut grass, freshly turned soil and perfectly cut edges. In between the grass and soil is
a narrow trench that is angled outward. This is the classic edging for garden beds, keeping weeds out and creating a beautiful, clean line. The only
“Solar Panel” — Nancy Dziki
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