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and bold is the norm for leaves. This is not Grandma's garden, unless of course Grandma
Planting tips: Give elephant ears plenty of space. Those in the Southeast United States should avoid planting any elephant ear growing in a drainage ditch, as it is likely the invasive Colocasia aquatica and will take over your garden.
Great idea for my tropical garden!
Grandma's garden, unless of course Grandma lived in Bali. The leaves of tropical plants grow big and bold, and are known for their rich colors and distinctive shapes. Design tip: Finding similar plants for cooler climates may be easier than you think. There are hardy bananas (Musa sp.) available, and elephant's
summerPlanting tips: Give elephant ears plenty of space. Those in the Southeast United States should avoid planting any elephant ear growing in a drainage ditch, as it is likely the invasive Colocasia aquatica and will take over your garden.
“Giant Elephant Ears (bulbs that come back each year)” — pattienail
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Seattle designers, neighbors and city officials have upped the community gardening ante with the city's first large-scale community garden on top
Put an Airstream in the garden!
Check out this fabulous parking garage rooftop garden in Seattle! Joni Mitchell would be proud!
Trailer as center of garden for "shed". Love it!
An old Airstream as a tool shed in a garden. I like the clean, futuristic
roof garden was created by designer Nicole Kistler, landscape architect Eric Higbee, the community of Queen Anne/Uptown and the P-Patch Program of Seattle.
Community gardens. One more piece of the AIA survey is the desire for community gardens. Using open space for flowers, vegetables and other
“airstream” — jetsetfx2
J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
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in the garden Seasonal interest: Winter color and texture in mild climates; spring interest in cooler climates
wonderful texture and design for garden
white and green colour, beautiful for a garden.
LIKE IT IN MY WHITE GARDEN
brassica oleracea - ornamental cabbage/kale - this picture by J. Peterson Garden design
“White Kale Ornamental and edible” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
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Wallingford Vegetable Beds
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Veg garden string to hold up greens
Cape Cod - Herb Garden Container
Ideas for garden planter boxes
raised bed for veggies
area to veggie garden
Gardens in small areas
Vegy garden...Raised Garden bed...Vegetable Garden...raised garden beds...Raised garden...Garden beds...garden ideas...Public Garden
“4 by 4 boards” — conniebravo
DeMaria Landtech Inc
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Like the tiered, step-down vegetable garden, separate
DG walkway with terrace garden and fence
where garden is envisioned. Have to keep critters out though, for any chance of a garden harvest.
using the slope for a garden again
terraced with raised beds for veggies
perfect vegetable garden
garden beds built into bank
Hillside Raised Garden Boxes
Terraced slope veggies
Garden planters; we have
Terraced garden...slope garden...garden fence...Garden hill?...Vegetable garden...Garden idea
“Garden idea” — stephanieross
Clinton & Associates Landscape Architects
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
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lovely Garden pix. If you'd like, go to Elizabeth Darden (Gardens, Garden Deux, Gardens Troix, Jardins) on Pinterest. Wish you happiness & creativity, Elizabeth :)
And here are more photos from this garden. I love the shot of the alliums mixed
Ornamental Onion (Allium ‘Globemaster’) Allium is an unusual yet striking addition to a garden bed. With its sphere-shaped flower head filled with tiny purple florets rising tall above its foliage, it’s the garden equivalent of fireworks. Where it will
Ornamental Onion (Allium ‘Globemaster’) Allium is an unusual yet striking addition to a garden bed. With its sphere-shaped flower head filled with tiny purple florets rising tall above its foliage, it’s the garden equivalent of fireworks
“Alium” — Shannon Theis
Clinton & Associates Landscape Architects
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
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the herbs are incorporated into the garden as a design element
Steps in garden presently add thyme and stone
back the tips and flowers are the easiest methods of keeping plants neat and healthy and encouraging new growth. Prune back more severely in spring after the last frost and again in mid- to late summer if plants become overgrown. You can cut the plant back to about a third its size, taking care to make
off the tips and the flowers when needed.
“Stairs path to farm” — ekramerhill
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
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Wild Flower Garden along a large portion of the landscaping
natural garden., a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider sprinkling some seeds and seeing what comes up."
natural garden. They can be overpowering next to the house, but if you have a large estate, a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider sprinkling some seeds and seeing what comes up. Tip: When planting a large number of perennials, annuals or bulbs, scatter
wildflower garden. You'll have cuttings to bring inside all summer long!
A field of wildflowers is perhaps the epitome of a natural garden. They can be overpowering next to the house, but if you have a large estate, a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider
“wildflower meadow- side yard and along driveway” — jenellemazzoncini
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