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CYAN Horticulture
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Aspidistra 'Asahi', at the JC Raulston Arboretum, NC
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a standout. USDA zones: 7 to 11 Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Dappled to full shade Mature size: 2 1/4 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Anytime
Cast-Iron Plant (aspidistria elatior) Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Dappled
standout. USDA zones: 7 to 11 Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Dappled to full shade Mature size: 2 1/4 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Anytime
7 to 11 Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Dappled to full shade Mature size: 2 1/4 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Year-round
USDA zones: 7 to 11 Water requirement:
variegated one dubbed 'Asahi'. With its clearly upright growth habit and its thick, lush foliage, cast-iron is a standout. USDA zones: 7 to 11Water requirement: Well-drained soilLight requirement: Dappled to full shadeMature size: 2 1/4 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Anytime
“cast iron plant zone 11” — mustafahussain
CYAN Horticulture
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Choisya ternata
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“orange, zones 7-9, full to partial sunn, 5 ft wide and tall, well drained” “Mexican Orange (choisya ternata) zone 7-9 well drained soil; full to partial sun” “USDA zones: 7 to 9 Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 5 feet tall and
USDA zones: 7 to 9 Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 5 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or summer
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Mexican Orange or Choisya ternata USDA zones: 6 or 7 to 9 Water requirement: Moist but well-drained soil Light requirement: Partial to full shade Mature size: 1 foot tall and wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Anytime
“Mexican (mock orange): Sundance yellow leaves, Pearl Fern like leaves” — martinsmum
Zubkov"s brothers Architectural workshop
Estate house
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wishing well...wood water bucket...water feature...The artistic well...Wishing well...Well house
“The artistic well” — Virgil Miller
Traditional Exterior
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fake well
“Buff would look like this” — Dina Riad interiors
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Plant of the Week — Serviceberry
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North America Where it will grow: USDA zones 4–9 (find your zone); can grow in clay soils and areas with partial shade to those with full sun Water requirement: Well-drained medium to moist soil; can work along ponds and stream banks. Once established, the serviceberry has been known to tolerate drought
“zone 9” — drdowling
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
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Like the circle around the tree as well as the brick that separates section of lawn.
and avoid overfertilizing, which will only damage your lawn. Resist the urge to use "winterizing" fertilizers until late October or early November. Water well after applying fertilizers.
“So elegant.” — teresa439
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Torriero Home
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wood, repelling water as well as insects and bugs. “It also looks amazing and has a very organic feel,” says Mali.
apanese technique called shou-sugi-ban, involving hand burning wood. The burnt part acts as a protective coating on the wood, repelling water as well as insects and bugs
coating on the wood, repelling water as well as insects and bugs. “It also looks amazing and has a very organic feel,” says Mali. The couple also installed a greywater system. It collects rainwater from the roof and channels it into two large tanks buried underground. The water goes through a filtration
Japanese technique called shou-sugi-ban, involving hand burning wood. The burnt part acts as a protective coating on the wood, repelling water as well as insects and bugs. “It also looks amazing and has a very organic feel
“the modern design and the burnt wood” — mssingram82
Birdseye Design
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Quaker Bluff Residence
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This is very lovely as well and adds life with reflects to your yard.
Column Connection @ water. Wood, overhang, reflections
Exterior finishes and water landscape feature
uprise water level create a mirror in front dorr
love the colour of the siding, wood, steel, water
Water is well integrated in this entry garden. It serves as an important design element that connects the home's architecture with its landscape. Having the footings of the wood-wrapped posts installed in the shallow pool magnifies the illusion that the home is emerging from water.
simple pool, the still water will beautifully reflect the sky and trees nearby, and act like a living artwork.
Not all modern moats are used for the practical purposes of providing security and suitable access; many are designed just for aesthetic effect.Large sheets of still water, sometimes artificially
“wood & water” — illraiseu1
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