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The plant in the corner
pot plant...simple, plantes...Corner plant
“Beam for upstairs” — cwhitney75
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Howard Roberts
Do you know plants on buildings can destroy them?
This allows air and light against the structure during the harshest season of winter and minimizes any dampness to be trapped. It is definitely a plant that you have to prune once established so it doesn't get overgrown, which is done when its dormant.
Bushes In Planting Area Surrounding Table.
6. Allow ivy to crawl up the walls. Ivy provides a buffer between your home and the sun. "Planting a green wall or vines on the home reduces reflection and absorbs heat," says Spiering.
“Pool” — stephaniekayd
susan devall designs
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like the look of large pots other plantings
Colorful plant. And simple vase
Outside seating and plants
LOVE the huge potted plants!
planters and plants...container plants...potted plants
“Just love it” — ninapennewell
Avant Garden
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Portola Valley Kitchen Garden
Plant vegetables and tender annuals after the danger of frost has passed. Harden them off if they are coming from a greenhouse or home environment. (Hardening off means to acclimate plants by gradually exposing them to longer times outdoors over a period of several days or weeks.)
Mountains. "Plant vegetables and tender annuals after the danger of frost has passed," writes Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Harden them off if they are coming from a greenhouse or home environment."Get her Rocky Mountains May checklist
“peas str string bean structure for growing” — castle
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Newport Fishing Cottage
Plant ideas to share with Carlos
lots of plants, patio in the middle w pergola, another small area a little away...
I love how this pergola is surrounded by lush plants and flowers creating an oasis right
When we have a patio cover, it will be nice if we can have lush plants on the adjacent slope.
Love with drought plants hydrangeas would change a little use drip hose
“Garden” — riche1
Sasha Lanka
Modern Loft Project
What do you call that plant on the left?
reversal for my brown couch (add white pillows) rug white end tables colour and organic style of coffee table pops of green in the plants and blue throw blanket the simplicity
Good plant...plant table
“转角沙发” — Yuan YUAN
katie moss landscape design
The plants with stones, the rose bush, shade garden
Selecting the right plant for the right place takes some horticultural savvy, since you’ll need to match the growing needs of the vine to the garden’s soil and light. Another thing to keep in mind is that plants do not have off switches, so anticipating the mature size of a plant properly could save
Plant a climbing rose. Have a gardener or garden-savvy friend plant a climbing rose on your wedding day. This can also be done in containers if you live in an apartment or a home with a
en métal, la construction d’arches et de pergolas apporte un côté aérien et voluptueux à vos plantes grimpantes comme le rosier, le chèvrefeuille, la glycine ou encore le jasmin. Ainsi structurées, ces plantes vous enivreront par leurs parfums puissants tout en vous offrant un coin d’ombre pour vos repas
“Swing” — Angella Matandika
TR Building & Remodeling Inc.
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What is the approx depth of the planting area at the patio on the top of the wall? Looks around 18-24 inches? We are wondering how deep it needs to be in order
Foundation Plantings
Rock decor Plant bed
Plante verte pour muret
Planting area...potted plant...evergreen planting
“stone wall/steps” — Steven Link
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