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jodi foster design + planning
3 Reviews
Waterfront Estate
Ideabooks3,922
Questions9
a jelly jar. When outdoor blooms are so plentiful, why buy them in a store? Snip whatever happens to be growing in your own backyard and plunk the stems in a jelly jar to add a romantic touch to any room.
a jelly jar. When outdoor blooms are so plentiful, why buy them in a store? Snip whatever happens to be growing in your own backyard and plunk the stems in a jelly jar to add a romantic touch to any room
a jelly jar. When outdoor blooms are so plentiful, why buy them in a store? Snip whatever happens to be growing in your own backyard and plunk the stems in a jelly jar to add a romantic touch to any room.
“bleu très pâle” — photomanon
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
The Kitchen Garden
Ideabooks139
Questions0
crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems. Plant guides: How to grow the top summer crops
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems.
fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems.
Harvest: When they’re bright red, they’re ready to eat. Home-grown strawberries are fragile. To avoid crushing or bruising the fruit, cut or pinch the stems.Plant guides: How to grow the top summer crops
“tempting” — dilbatth
Annie Thornton
Parrotia persica
Ideabooks3,550
Questions3
Stilted hedges are hedges raised on stilts. The stems of the plants are generally clear of branches for 4 to 6 feet, above which the plants are pruned to a hedge. These hedges are a recent development in smaller gardens, though by no means a new idea. Stilted hedges can be found
add privacy to back yard without taking up ground space. Stilted hedges are hedges raised on stilts. The stems of the plants are generally clear of branches for 4 to 6 feet, above which the plants are pruned to a hedge. These hedges are a recent development
Stilted hedges are hedges raised on stilts. The stems of the plants are generally clear of branches for 4 to 6 feet, above which the plants are pruned to a hedge. These hedges are a recent development
“gate and tree canopy” — redomoma
Monrovia
Double Take™ Pink Storm Flowering Quince
Ideabooks109
Questions0
“flowering quince is one of the first plants to bloom every year — especially prized because the bare stems loaded with buds open so freely when brought indoors,” writes garden editor Bill Marken. ‘Pink Storm’, shown here, is a new, bright pink variety. “There
California. Early blooms are peeking out, and “flowering quince is one of the first plants to bloom every year — especially prized because the bare stems loaded with buds open so freely when brought indoors,” writes garden editor Bill Marken. ‘Pink Storm’, shown here, is a new, bright pink variety. “There
blooming stage. To display blooms indoors, cut budding stems and put them near a sunny window.
California. Early blooms are peeking out, and “flowering quince is one of the first plants to bloom every year — especially prized because the bare stems loaded with buds open so freely when brought indoors
“Flowering shrub” — kskaiser
Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
4 Reviews
Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
Ideabooks295
Questions1
Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12-inch-wide flowers that sit on stems that can reach 4 feet. Colors include white, pink, blue and all shades of purple; flowers appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the
japanese iris - stems can reach 4 feet
Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12-inch-wide flowers that sit on stems that can reach 4 feet. Colors include white, pink, blue and all shades of purple; flowers appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the
pink, blue and even light yellow that almost seem to peer out from their tall grasslike leaves. The leaves are generally between 1 and 3 feet tall; stem height ranges from 14 inches to almost 4 feet tall. Plant in late summer (or early in spring) in cold-winter regions, or in fall where there are hot
“Iris” — pegilynn
Sheila Schmitz
Spring seedlings
Ideabooks108
Questions0
This simulates a gentle wind and helps develop stronger stems.
move hand over plant to create wind and make the stem stronger ~
squeeze it with one hand while removing the plant and the soil from it. Hold the plant by the leaves and the soil and root ball, not by the fragile stem. If you pull out several seedlings at once, separate them with your fingers, a skewer or a toothpick. Take your time so you don’t damage the roots.
brushing hand over seedlings to help develop stronger stems
“Planting Plant 2 seeds per small starting pot, or scatter seeds across the top of the mix in a seed” — lyvigil
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks15
Questions1
There is a large fireplace in the family room as well as a small inlet space for housing furniture. This is the main room of the house. The walls are Sherwin Williams Bittersweet Stem.
bittersweet stem color- SW
bittersweet stem paint
sherwin williams bittersweet stem
“bittersweet stem color- SW” — jillwolfe
J. Peterson Garden Design
Pumpkins
Ideabooks83
Questions0
The shell should be firm, with good color; usually the stem will have started to die back as well. Cut the stem about 4 inches from the fruit with a knife or shears. Handle pumpkins with care; move them by holding the fruit itself and not the stem.
“pumpkins” — moose109
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