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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
are now developing a new garden in Exeter in the Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia. We are building a strawbale house and slowly creating our new garden as we watch, and help, the builders. Looking forward to moving in this July and then really getting on with the garden on our beautiful deep basalt
Nice garden relaxing and we could do it
varieties and appropriate pruning, you can elevate your garden from mundane to unique. Let’s see how. traditional landscape by Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer Arthur Lathouris Garden DesignerSaveEmail Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally
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“japanese maple” — avriel
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Rear yard
elevated garden box in small back yard ... looks great
Herb garden small vegetable garden planters along fence
Love the planter boxes for our veggie garden
Ideas for garden boxes along the fence
yard smaller than this one often have room for special touches. This yard has many inspiring small-space ideas — readers particularly liked the raised garden beds.
“Raised beds” — evesuddaby
Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
Herb garden is neat and handy
- vertical garden by Bright Green
Great idea for an indoor garden
which will help you cut down on less healthy choices like salt and butter. Plus, check out how gorgeous you can make an herb garden look in the kitchen. This vertical garden by Bright Green is a living work of art.I realize keeping things alive indoors can be a challenge for a lot of us. Growing herb
which will help you cut down on less healthy choices like salt and butter. Plus, check out how gorgeous you can make a herb garden look in the kitchen. This vertical garden is a living work of art.I realise keeping things alive indoors can be a challenge for a lot of us. Growing herb plants need fresh
Embrace the trend of vertical gardening. Kitchen herbs look surprisingly modern when planted in Bright Green USA's GroVert Frame, which is designed to be filled with plants from the nursery
“herb wall” — cpmdds230
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Garden edges - Clump planting and mulched, planting bed w/ trench edges, blending into grassy area and wooded area
The garden's edge is gradual. Instead of an abrupt end of lawn, casually (but thoughtfully) placed shrubs signal the boundaries of the garden.
natural look, good for when you want the bed to look more casual and relaxed. Now some might say this is not a "correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a s
sharp-shooter shovel or trencher).Advantages: It's free, easy to create and effective. It's also a very natural edging option for casual or informal gardens.Disadvantages: Slightly higher maintenance, as you might need to freshen the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp.Maintenance:
“Just like our view” — dsreed
Living Gardens Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Beach Contemporary
I've just created a contemporary garden at my home here in England and used a similar grey for my fences and pergola. I love succulents and my new garden is a lovely south facing sun trap ( not quite California ) ! so will be borrowing your fab
I have been looking for a solution for a vertical herb garden in my indoor/outdoor kitchen nook. We are replacing western red cedar cladding on the house and think this idea could work for me. Thanks for sharing
Thanks Anne. Good luck with your garden!
Love this for an indoor garden.
Clever solution for small gardens - the vertical way!
narrow beds included for plants and creates an attractive divide, too, but you could achieve a similar look by simply hooking pots onto a courtyard garden wall and growing plants in them.
“cool idea” — jessicaprochnow
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Garden table, pillar and slab in concrete
Furniture with flower pot in garden
Mediterranean soft hues garden - lavender, coast rosemary, olive trees
Table finish and shape, grayed greens of Mediterranean garden with dg path
object. Note where your gaze rests as you view the garden. Emphasize the importance of that perspective by displaying an urn, a planted vessel or a small sculpture on a garden table or pedestal. The placement of a table with an elegant base gives this garden niche a heightened feeling.
even a lovely tree. In small gardens one focal point is usually enough; in larger gardens there may be several.
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“Table” — none none
Amanda Austin Interiors
6 Reviews
Williamsburg Residence
versus black and white bold parisian vintage and modern bold and high drama/theatrical/sophisticated and playful
room designed to bring the family together in singsong. As well as offering a practical place to play instruments, this decadent hobby space oozes theatrical glamour with a zigzag rug and bowler hats set proudly on display on alcove shelving.
“Dramatic Blk” — vcarter12
Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Living Walls
How to maintain a wall garden
Since green walls are dynamic, living things, they must be maintained. Having a green wall is a commitment, like having a pet or a garden. Think of it as a landscape or garden turned sideways to grow up on your wall. To thrive, it should be cared for by a professional maintenance technician (recommended
just like in a typical landscape or garden. Hope this helps!
For those of you brave enough to try this on your own, you can check out this link: http://www.uzplanters.com/collections/vertical-gardens
of the maintenance is ensuring that the irrigation system is working properly. This means not underwatering or OVER watering the plants. And, like a garden, plants must be occasionally pruned, fertilized, and weeded if necessary; and sometimes plants will need to be replaced. A trained maintenance expert
“Courtyard” — fnklowther
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