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Luci.D Interiors
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Harriet Goodall
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seeds will sprout in about six days. Once they've germinated, place them under a grow light or in a sunny, south-facing window and provide extra artificial light in the evening (they need 14 hours of light per day). When the seedlings develop their first true leaves, thin to the best plant per pot, removing
least 100 frost-free days to grow this delicacy. Growing To successfully grow artichokes as annuals, choose varieties specially bred to develop heads their first season, such as ‘Imperial Star'. Start seeds early enough indoors and satisfy all the plants' needs so they'll grow and produce heads as quickly
edibles with similar watering needs together. This applies especially if you want only a few plants, not an entire market garden. Create a separate herb garden, and consider planting beans, corn and squash together. (The beans use the stalks for support, and the squash leaves keep insects at bay.) Or
“Vegepatch / chicken run” — avsc
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Chic Urban Forest
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Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall
otanical name: Juniperus horizontalis Common name: Creeping juniper Origin: Native to the northern U.S. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit
You may sometimes see large window boxes planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority. Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
and one of my favorites for low maintenance and year-round good looks is creeping juniper, a low-growing shrub that’s native to the U.S. and grows in a wide variety of conditions. In the wild it grows on rocky outcroppings in places like the Maine coast and British Columbia, so it’s adaptable to salt
“Possible plant idea.” — suzoconnell
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
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a house in raanana
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kitchen window, to put a herb garden
leaving plenty of rooms for herbs, sprouts and other plants.
3. Plant a windowsill herb garden. Regardless of your climate, you can grow herbs in the windowsill. There's
There's nothing quite like snipping fresh herbs when you need them, and the life they'll add to the space can't be beat.
When a ceiling of glass isn’t feasible, a large greenhouse-style window is the next best thing. A setup like this is a great option if you want to grow plants that require an ample amount of sunlight or just want to feel closer to nature than a typical window would allow.
“to consider” — mariatala
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Bocce Ball court
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Do you have dirt or concrete under the boxes and pebbles? If it is dirt, do you have a problem with weeds growing? Thank you, Ana Q.
Are there any recommendations....special tricks when working with a fabricator and during the installation process?
the Corten. Now that you have lived with it a while: does it brush off on your clothing when you come in contact with it?
I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit non toxic rubber compound. This
I got some steel plater boxes made for me by sarabistudio.com and now my veggies grow twice as much and my garden looks like a piece of art
i luv the individual garden boxes for herbs, or flowers, etc.
“Metal beds” — hmakeig
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Outdoor Living
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Need place for tomatoes and herbs
herb garden boxes, small>>
You may not run your own organic co-op farm, but you can still go local by growing your own produce. There is nothing as beautiful as a productive garden. Can you get that swiss chard for me now?
Veggie, herb garden...Herb garden...boites a fine herbe...Perfect herb garden...Veg and herb garden...Herb garden idea?
“Hochbeete” — sannitoeter
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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grass grow longer — or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns. If you let your lawn grow taller
grass grow longer — or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns.If you let your lawn grow taller
“DT grasses 38” — Benchmark Design
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
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Shed Garden
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Scarlet runner bean growing in a planter box across the road?
every year). Tip: If you're growing berries near a walkway or door, look for thornless berries.
When vines or other climbing plants are placed near a trellis, their spiraling tendrils automatically grab onto it. Freestanding trellises allow you to grow vertically even when a permanent structure isn't
“scarlet runner beans” — jocepiel
Back Bay Stone Supply
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Napa Valley, Ca
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Client wanted easy access when picking vegetables and herbs without bending over (back pain). Solution? Higher raised bed boxes. Jeanne Pendleton (Color, Form & Space) Larkspur, Ca.
What wood was used to build the grow boxes?
Nice idea for growing veggies and herbs in small spaces.
Great ideas for an attractive herb garden for hie or the
cooler the soil, the slower the growth rate of most vegetables. Soil stays warmer in raised beds therefore increasing the range of vegetables you can grow, including some that are less tolerant of the cold.
“Raised garden” — jyc825
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