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Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Mintzer Residence - Entry
Ideabooks2,814
Questions4
does horse tail reed need to grow in water and is it feasible in south
Interested in horse tail read as seen in this photo, what are the growing conditions for horse tail, type of soil etc. thanks and best regards gert van vulpen vulpi@yahoo
It doesn't need to grow in water, but I'm not sure about ideal growing conditions. Perhaps ask a local nursery?
Kinda like how these go along the side of the house. Must be careful when it comes to invasive nature, though. bamboo barrier 3' down. I looked it up. ;-)
“shade” — aishaazhar
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks1,286
Questions1
research would be worthwhile . Soil wise it should be fine because It prefers well-drained soil, especially on a slope. Other growing conditions: It can tolerate some shade when small. It should not be planted directly next to any buildings as its trunk and roots become enormous.. Great 'architectural
Before you plant. While tree aloe is slow growing, it is certain to reach massive proportions eventually, including its trunk and root system. Make sure not to plant it too close to any buildings or
Before you plant. While tree aloe is slow growing, it is certain to reach massive proportions eventually, including its trunk and root system. Make sure not to plant it too close to any buildings or
“lap pool” — carolcolin
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Tudor House
Ideabooks12,956
Questions20
color. Lichen recently received attention as Pantone's top color for fall 2013. This mellow shade of green is inspired by the plant-like fungus that grows in shady spots especially around tree trunks.
I like the recessed panels on the drawer fronts. Shallow handles are out of the way when passing by.
very graphic connotation to it," she continues. "And once we enlarged the windows to the garden, the prevalent rock outcrops with lichen and moss growing on them became our inspiration for the dark olive-mushroom wall color. It made the view into the garden really pop!"
color. Lichen recently received attention as Pantone's top color for fall 2013. This mellow shade of green is inspired by the plant-like fungus that grows in shady spots especially around tree trunks.
“Kitchen island” — quienerez
rod nasbe
nasbephoto home/garden
Ideabooks1,224
Questions3
The trees and lake, that must have been a great place to grow up
Here are 11 popular trees that are known for their fall color to get you started. They grow in a fairly wide range of climate zones. Some stay fairly small, but some need a lot of room in which to spread out.
Of course, the real show is in late October, when the trees put on a symphony of color and go out in a blaze of glory. There is nothing better.
Here are 11 popular trees that are known for their fall color to get you started. They grow in a fairly wide range of climate zones. Some stay fairly small
personnel can steer you in the right direction for trees that will thrive in your climate zone, and they can also provide additional planting and growing information for your local conditions. Also check with them for the right planting time; fall may be ideal in warmer climates, but if the soil is starting
“Fall colors.” — mrpickles18
Bright Green
Spa Living Wall
Ideabooks6,430
Questions5
What is the name of the dark green plant covering the wall? Could I grow this like a vine to hide my cinderblock back wall using trellises? Thank you so very much.
golden carex or sedge and also there is black mondo grass. Living walls can have a variety of plants in them and a lot of it depends on the exposure when choosing suitable plant materials. Putting in evergreen plants keeps the wall looking good year round. Hens and chicks (sempervivum) do fantastic in
love the living wall. Would love that to grow up the south wall of main house.
“Stairs of master? Do we want stairs?” — dayner2
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks9,109
Questions3
Can you tell me what is the plant growing over the brick wall thank you
It is Virginia Creeper. Boston is a smaller leaf and sits closer to the surface on which its growing. AR
I enjoy the plants growing up on the walls, I also like the shaped door
fairytale garden gate is all the more inviting because visitors can sneak a peek through the latticed window into the greenery beyond. Virginia creeper growing on the brick wall around the gate adds to its magic.
you buying with your head or your heart? Irresistible features like this garden gate can make us fall head over heels and throw caution to the wind when it comes to buying a home. Loving the home is important before you buy but make sure you’re not blind to any flaws.
“Love the door idea.” — evesuddaby
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks14,737
Questions11
garden beds and greenhouse. Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for "alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates," says Helgerson. They grow their own tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, okra and "every type of berry that comes to mind."
garden beds and greenhouse. Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for "alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates," says Helgerson. They grow their own tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, okra and "every type of berry that comes to mind."
garden beds and greenhouse. Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for "alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates," says Helgerson. They grow their own tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, okra and "every type of berry that comes to mind."
“Boards” — michaelheroux2
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Modern Revival
Ideabooks4,155
Questions5
grass? Can it grow in New England as a lawn?
What kind iof grass is this? Can it grow in zones 7-8?
let grass grow longer to make it more drought proof can also be beautiful
single lite french doors; no mow lawn when pines gone; Duncan will love running thru tall grass
Creating the perfect lawn takes a lot of time, energy, fertilizer and water — all things that go against Slow Gardening principles. Leaving your grass to grow longer or including longer grass as part of your garden design will give you the benefits of saving on all these things while creating an environment
“Use some of this drought tolerant long grass to add green between flagstone paths and/or round rock” — Karen Bennett
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