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Garden Pacific
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Oh, I love bouganvillea! It won't grow where I live as a perennial so I grow it in hanging baskets and overwinter it in my garage. Gonna look up both the rose and the bouganvillea to see where I can order them from. Thanks!
associe aussitôt la fleur. Pourtant les feuillages aussi sont odorants. Le buis, dont on adore ou déteste l’odeur, les Helichrysum italicum appelée herbe à curry, et toutes les plantes aromatiques comme la menthe, dégagent des fragrances caractéristiques. D’ailleurs, les huiles essentielles et l’aromathérapie
“Pink bougainvillea” — sallymeen
New Eco Landscapes
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Charming in Gowanus
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These are growing on a wall and could be done in a palet.
Growing vertically...hanging herbs
“beautiful!” — Kathy Ruth
Modern Patio
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Wall plants growing on metal frame
trellis that has eggplants growing from it
Herb wall
“Table” — whetsedr
Rhonda Kieson Designs
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Pathways and gates
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winter season. The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It took a couple of growing seasons to obtain the look you see here. Mondo grass, which I have used in other areas of the country, seemed to have different attributes than Monkey
J'adore les herbes au pied du sapin
The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It took a couple of growing seasons to obtain the look you see here. Mondo grass, which I have used in other areas of the country, seemed to have different attributes than Monkey
“walkway” — margwin
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Formal Garden Room
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like the lavender and heather growing
love the boxwood with the lavender / heather growing
herb garden box hedge
“tuin jansenstr” — maryke01
The Design Build Company
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tuscan, stone, flagstone motorcourt
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What a great entry...stone area with herbs or low growing plants that don't need mowing
The use of the stones with grass growing in between
“Stucco color” — tcipollina
Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
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pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating. Choose a stone that complements the pavers on the patio so the entire space is cohesive.
pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating. Choose a stone that complements the pavers on the patio so the entire space is cohesive.
“originally the house must ve looked like this....” — Meera Abey
Lovinger Robertson Landscape Architects
Sustainable Urban Farmstead
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good idea for herbs, fruits & veggies in kula also, chicken coop
growing chickens...Grow house
“This one is very nice.” — Mary Zucker
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