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CM Glover
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My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
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My idea of a perfect garden -- lush and slightly overgrown
fragments to decorate her garden with. "I not only use them on bookcases or mantels, but I also place them among the blooms in my garden to add interest and
garden lead in...Garden walk...Garden slope...lead to garden...and peaceful garden....Path for new garden
“rocks” — violetredger
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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Could you kindly tell me what base you used in which to plant this rooftop garden? how deep was your soil ?
This would make an interesting garden plot design.
planted living roof trays.Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
Maybe a garden on the shed roof...Turning the roof into a garden?! :D
“green roof great design” — hbbromley
Doyle Herman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Traditional
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I would love to have an iron gate like this leading to my garden. That has always been my dream ever since I was little. Did you guys get
gate - garden wrought iron...garden gate...secret garden...garden door...Entrance to secret garden...Garden wall and gate...Garden/Arched Gate
“gate - garden wrought iron” — lisamoulton
Verdance Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Classical entryway
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plantings keeps the space feeling lush and cool. Photo credit: Verdance Fine Garden Design
consumers, but your local garden center should be able to order it (you can also use the Monrovia web site to find local garden centers who sell Monrovia
Nursery, one of the country's largest growers — I would expect that most garden centers would be able to order it for you. Alternately, there is a "generic"
tulips one of my favorite sources is www.brentandbeckysbulbs.com . Happy gardening!
Here's an entry garden that gains excitement from a row of slender Italian cypresses emerging like exclamation points in front of a solid hedge. Privacy
16. Anchor tall plantings. In this San Francisco garden, white tulips lend a pristine formality to a brick-edged, curved stone walkway
“columnar” — 6henderson
Red Eagle Construction, LLC
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Projects
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Herb garden immediately close to kitchen
6. Potter around the gardenThere’s a reason why people enjoy gardening so much: you get to spend time in the sun, while enjoying fresh air; it gets the
spending time in the great outdoors.Read our guide to growing an edible garden
way to do a vegie garden...interesting garden style!...garden beds...the garden...garden design...Container garden look...Herb and veggie garden small...Great raised garden
“boxes” — Sunny Allen
Utopia Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Carindale
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7. Grey mattersWhere possible, utilise grey water to water your garden. If this is not an option, include subsurface irrigation that will efficiently supply
it for later use. Young also recommends retaining water onsite with rain gardens or bioswales.More: Let It Rain: 20 Questions to Ask Before Installing a
Feature Panels / Garden Plantings
“cordyline pink dimond ground plants.” — bruinftbl10
Anne Kunzig
Drought Tolerant Gardens
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coreopsis in this garden, which is as colorful as it is droughtproof.
beautiful flower garden where dogs won't
retaining wall... drought tolerant garden
lavender punctuate a constellation of African daisies and coreopsis in this garden, which is as colorful as it is droughtproof.
flower garden...Plant chris garden...Floral Garden Wall...drought tolerant gardens...Front garden...Drought Tolerant Gardens
“Retaining wall” — bumblebee05
Island Gardens Company
San Juan Island Waterfront Residence - Project 157
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garden = creeping thyme or lavender and fir trees
with ease. A view of a lower garden or an open vista adds to the experience of discovery."
Path behind the house from the shade garden
ficant changes in elevation are often considered a design challenge in gardens, yet they can be used to advantage when you're designing a secret retreat
safely while allowing enough room to pass by with ease. A view of a lower garden or an open vista adds to the experience of discovery.
different feel. Instead of feeling tucked away and nurtured, a visitor to this garden feels like the master of his or her domain. Raising your seating area higher
overlook from which he or she may survey the surrounding countryside.More about garden “philosophers”
side the garden with ice plant
“view” — tkounanis
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