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Diego Bortolato
the views
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plantings and possibilities for building something to grow up the neighbors concrete retaining walls and fence
settings. When treated to withstand the elements, wood containers can last for years.
house and grow stuff
bouganvlla growing through pallets
settings. When treated to withstand the elements, wood containers can last for years.
and vine growing
“Planter boxes” — tluc
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Exteriorscapes
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whatever is growing between the slate
Just when you think there may be no DIY project dealing with flagstone, along comes the garden pathway! Many of the same guidelines that are suggested for laying flagstone patios also apply to pathways — namely, if you are using 2-inch-thick large pieces, you can lay them down on the ground without
natural gait when you walk. If you are laying the stones without concrete or mortar, fill the gaps between them with mulch, pea gravel or plants that can be stepped on, like thyme or sedum.
“flagstone” — nlmabey
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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colors, low growing, and high growing plants
plants will grow larger than they were the day you installed them. Unlike interior design, in which your coffee table more or less remains the size it was when you brought it home, your plants will keep changing. That means your stuff and space percentages will evolve over time. That’s not a good thing or
suitable for growing in zones 7 or 8 is a good choice. Consider adding Mexican mint marigold (Tagetes lucida), Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha), purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), yellowbells (Tecoma stans) and autumn sage (Salvia gregii). Planting perennials in the fall gives them the cooler months
ahead when you decide how many plants to buy and how to space them. This giddy garden appears to be devouring the path. Everywhere you look flowers are bumping up against their neighbors, like a mosh pit of perennials. It’s charming and well suited to the style of house and, I assume, suits the owner’s
“Landscaping” — frostfk
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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very slow-growing ground cover, and usually won't get more than 1-2 inches high. It's fairly drought tolerant, but should be watered when the top three inches of soil is dry. It grows in small, hilly bunches in the shade, but tends to have a more flat and horizontal appearance when grown in the sun.
“Elfin thyme” — jodyblohm
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Gravel Path
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bamboo that grows quickly to 25 or 30 ft (zone7-8)?
Bamboo grows quickly, can be harshly cut back with quick regrowth and is an evergreen plant — making for a beautiful green wall in this garden
rocks instead of pavers. Makes noise when you walk on it. (security)
Bamboo grows quickly, can be harshly cut back with quick regrowth and is an evergreen plant — making for a beautiful green wall in this garden
“I like the verdant green as a possible screen for the left side of our patio.” — mayaneva
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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purpose when pruned into a sphere.
The ordinary boxwood (Buxus cvs, zones 5 to 9) takes on new meaning and purpose when pruned into a sphere.
very slow-growing plant. Benefits and tolerances: Boxwood is somewhat drought tolerant and should not be left sitting in standing water due to its short roots. If you are in a hot climate, try to give it partial shade; if you are closer to the northern zone limits, give it full sun. Seasonal interest: This
year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring, after the last frost.
purpose when pruned into a sphere. If you're not a boxwood fan, consider the Japanese false cypress 'Curly Tops' (Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Curly Tops', zones 4 to 8), 'Mr. Bowling Ball' arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis 'Bobozam', zones 3 to 8), the dwarf globe blue spruce (Picea pungens 'Globosa', zones 2
“Bushes” — megnel
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Entry Court
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When it comes to edging around trees and shrubs, bricks not only keep small rocks away, but they also highlight whatever is growing within the border. This may be a good option if you have any ornamental trees that you'd like to draw interest to.
When it comes to edging around trees and shrubs, bricks not only keep small rocks away, but they also highlight whatever is growing within the border. This may be a good option if you have any ornamental trees that you'd like to draw interest to.
“old Chicago brick” — terrypoe
Possibilities for Design Inc.
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Emerald Cove Entry
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lily can grow to 24 to 40 inches; deluxe plants can grow to 32 to 50 inches.How to care for peace lily:Temperature: A consistent temperature between about 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal. Protect the plant from cold, drafts and drastic changes in temperature. It will not survive temperatures below
a bit when thirsty, telling you when it needs a drink. Pay attention to how many days it takes for your plant to start sagging, and plan to water one day prior. Watering about once a week and spraying leaves with water throughout the summer should keep your peace lily hydrated. Water less in winter.
Miracle Grow Moisture Control potting mix, 20 percent peat, 20 percent Perlite and 10 percent orchid potting medium, which contains charcoal. Feeding: For the best blooms, feed monthly in spring and summer, preferably using an organic fertilizer (peace lilies are sensitive to chemical fertilizers) to help
“Floor” — ashleighdemerit
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it...
Our dear Houzz Mark, has created me two new Easter bonnets. Help me decide which one best suits me;)) Please comment why;)
Let's play in my LR!
OK, so we moved into this much smaller place over a year ago. I have not yet gotten around to figuring out the LR. It is the main evening living space,...
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