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Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Sugar Tip rose of Sharon, Sugar Tip hibiscus Origin: This species is native to Asia (not Syria, as one might expect), but Sugar Tip is a garden hybrid
that contributes little to the garden and certainly doesn’t merit a place in my containers. Hibiscus syriacus ‘Sugar Tip’ has completely changed all that
Asia (not Syria, as one might expect), but Sugar Tip is a garden hybrid. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your
Syria, as one might expect), but Sugar Tip is a garden hybrid.Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone)Water
Botanical name: Hibiscus syriacus ‘Sugar Tip’Common names: Sugar Tip rose of Sharon, Sugar Tip hibiscusOrigin: This species is native to Asia (not Syria
“Sugar tip hibiscus” — bdoane
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
M-Central
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of climates.MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the individual
climates. MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the individual
fragrant gardens as mentioned above, by using plants that are soft or interesting to touch you will generate a pleasant tactile awareness of the garden. I know
of climates. MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the individual
textureThe ornamental grasses planted in this Sydney garden are an important feature in natural gardens, adding dramatic textural and foliage contrast. They
“Front garden idea” — zizzie17
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
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Santa Ynez Ranch
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Good watering tips plus great photos of raised
Tips on gardening...Garden boxes...Back garden...Garden concept!...Garden ideas...The garden. The garden....Garden planters...Future garden...raised, boxed gardens...garden at back. plants in
“great raised garden beds” — macchie
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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greater spread Planting tips: Gardeners in cold climates can grow this in protected locations; it's doing well here in my zone 5 garden, sheltered from north
greater spreadPlanting tips: Gardeners in cold climates can grow this in protected locations; it's doing well here in my zone 5 garden, sheltered from north
“Oakleaf hydrangea in fall” — Landscape Group Inc
Holland Interiors
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Garage and Accessories
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Like the organization of gardening stuff
Garage garden shelving in front of caddy
Garage tips...Garden storage...hanging garden tool area...garden stoage
“Hooks” — Albert Kee
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
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Lorraine Vale
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Outdoor kitchen tips
“The cabinets are made from pressure treated wood, painted with exterior grade paint. Lorraine” — georgianaaesthetic
Paintbox Garden
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Smooth Witherod
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feet tall Planting tips: Cold-climate gardeners on the edge of USDA zone 5 can grow this shrub best in protected microclimates.
requirement: Full sun Mature size: 6 to 8 feet tall Planting tips: Cold-climate gardeners on the edge of USDA zone 5 can grow this shrub best in protected
t requirement: Full sunMature size: 6 to 8 feet tallPlanting tips: Cold-climate gardeners on the edge of USDA zone 5 can grow this shrub best in protected
'Winterthur' is one of my favorite shrubs and the earliest to turn color in my garden once the thermometer dips below 35 degrees Fahrenheit. The glossy, elliptical
“Smooth Witherod (Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur'. glossy leaves with small dark blue fruit cluster. leav” — fesenjam
Krayl Funch
Magnolia Front Container Design & Installation
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The courtyard is filled with outdoor accessories for your home & garden. Once this concrete container was filled the next step was styling the found objects
“Contrasts” — ging24
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