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MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
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...metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls...
metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t have to be particularly refined, because it will eventually be concealed. It takes time for vegetated walls to establish
Vegetated Walls Sometimes referred to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t have to be particularly refined, because it will eventually be concealed. It takes time for vegetated walls to establish
FENCELINE along Judy&Stephens Vegetated Walls Sometimes referred to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t have to be particularly refined, because it will eventually be concealed. It takes time for vegetated walls to
“Nice for a trellis to protect your house” — Debbie Cortinovis
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Ornamental Blues
Ideabooks2,102
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IN GROUND VEGETABLE PLANTERS, LOOKS MORE NATURAL AND FLOWS NICELY
Well ordered vegetable garden surrounding pea gravel walkway.
dont like straight paths but do like vegetables along pathway
attractive mix of vegetables and flowers
Beds not raised, floral-design placement of vegetables
formality of vegetable gardens planted in ordered rows. Decades before the planting of Lawrence Johnson’s Hidcote Gardens, Morris’ garden at Kelmscott Manor was an early example of the idea of a garden’s being a series of exterior rooms, and one of these rooms was his well-ordered vegetable garden.
Think visually with vegetablesPlanting vegetables with strong ornamental appeal is one of the easiest ways to make your cooks’ garden look gorgeous. What about a lovely row of round green cabbages (as shown here) and palm-tree-like Cavolo Nero (black leaf kale), for instance? Or consider planting bright
“blue, green, and wonderfully edible - how about home made ferments.” — nonnajojo
Elad Gonen
1 Review
lanfsdcape
Ideabooks2,783
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Love the vegetation around the deck. Great way to green up the space
Using vegetation as a guard barrier
Hybrid: Vegetation + Guard This rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard system, which has the effect of dematerializing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real
This rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard system, which has the effect of dematerializing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real guard. With the foreground lit at night
rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard system, which has the effect of dematerializing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real guard. With the foreground lit at night, it’s a particularly effective visual trick.
“Smaller planters along the sides” — kensayker
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11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks56,595
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Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
The general rule for gardens is full sun, because most vegetables need 6-10 hours of sun a day to thrive. However, in hot climates like Dallas or desert areas, partial shade in the middle of the day gives you more
I like those boxes for vegetables
Is the idea of a small (probably raised) herb/vegetable garden
Fantastic!- the way vegetables and herbs add to the aesthetic appeal.
“nice” — jusdreamin
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks1,815
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lush green vegetable garden with tomatoes
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables, herbs and fruits? Lawn areas
A raised vegetable garden, so you dont have to bend down
above ground garden for herbs, flowers, some vegetables
growing vegetables to eat instead of a lawn
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables, herbs and fruits? Lawn areas that struggle to survive in hot, sunny areas might be ideal for food production. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider
10. Mulch to keep the soil warmA layer of mulch acts as insulation keeping vegetables warmer in winter and, therefore, more likely to grow well. It will also allow you to grow more cold-tender plants. In addition, mulches protect soil
“vegetable gardens” — welsht
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks448
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A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
The vegetable garden is in full glory
The vegetable garden is in full glory during summer, filled with ripe tomatoes, rapidly growing squashes, hot and mild peppers, melons, cucumbers, corn and a host of other summer vegetables that can threaten to take over your yard and your
The vegetable garden is in full glory during summer, filled with ripe tomatoes, rapidly growing squashes, hot and mild peppers, melons, cucumbers, corn and a host of other summer vegetables that can threaten to take over your yard and your kitchen
“diversity of plants” — ijanms
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks6,477
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This vegetable and herb garden is set out in a formal style. The edible landscape is arranged in such a way as to add symetry to the landscape, provide lots of color and then food for the table.
Distribution of space for vegetable garden.
Brick vegetable garden
Back vegetable garden
vegetable patch design
vegetable organization
Vegetable garden...Vegetable Garden...vegetable garden
“Gravel between beds” — pattybuckingham
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks767
Questions0
Go for the cold. Some cool-season vegetables can even cross the line and survive as cold-season vegetables. Kale in particular can survive until the temperature reaches the freezing point and may even last through snow.
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Kale
Go for the cold. Some cool-season vegetables can even cross the line and survive as cold-season vegetables. Kale in particular can survive until the
cool-season vegetables can even cross the line and survive as cold-season vegetables. Kale in particular can survive until the temperature reaches the freezing point and may even last through snow.
Go for the cold. Some cool-season vegetables can even cross
Go for the cold. Some cool-season vegetables can even cross the line and survive as cold-season vegetables. Kale in particular can survive until the temperature reaches the freezing point and may even last through snow.
“Garden” — josetteleger
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