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Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
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their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins, either in the garden or in containers, and don’t worry as the colder
Decorative Flowering Cabbage and Kale What were once underappreciated vegetables have found their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white,
their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins, either in the garden or in containers, and don’t worry as the colder
“Decorative Flowering Cabbage and Kale What were once underappreciated vegetables have found their n” — margielynnj
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
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use more grasses for winter interest
Use more ornamental grasses. I think ahead to winter, and for a winter garden to be more interesting, it needs more grasses. Of course, grasses in summer help us
7. Use more ornamental grasses. I think ahead to winter, and for a winter garden to be more interesting, it needs more grasses. Of course, grasses in summer help us address many of the previous points, too. I’d say one of the top landscape
7. Use more ornamental grasses. I think ahead to winter, and for a winter garden to be more interesting, it needs more grasses. Of course, grasses in summer help us address many of the previous points, too. I’d say one
grasses. For a winter garden to be more interesting, it needs more grasses. One of the top landscape blunders is not using enough grasses, or cloistering them in their own little area. Grasses shade soil, provide a habitat and outcompete a lot of weeds.
“Long grass in some spots” — gmalpass
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Winter Birdhouse
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For winter interest.... we should have bird boxes
sure to install your feeder poles before the ground freezes solid. It's true that birds are the flowers of the winter garden, bringing color and joy!"
Birds are the flowers of the winter gyarden.
birds are the flowers of the winter garden, bringing color and joy!"Get her Northeast December checklist
From my home to yours, I wish you all a happy new year; may your garden wishes come true.
Feed the birds. My winter garden is full of food for the wintering birds, but I want to see my feathered
through a window or at a garden entry point, would work well. It would also be beautiful in any small garden.Once again the grasses play an important role, as they are a subtle framing yet allow the birdhouse to remain visible.More: Inspiring Winter Scenes From the Denver Botanic Gardens
“häuschen” — Rosmarie Niesler
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Northern California regional hillside
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Grasses and perennials fill in this hillside garden, providing a wonderful walk to the pavilion overlook.
these ornamental grasses? You would be wise to choose a few for your winter garden. When the grasses dry in autumn, they will remain tall stalwarts of the winter garden, even under a cover of snow. Simply cut them down to the ground in spring, and the display will start all over again.
Grasses. Remember these ornamental grasses? You would be wise to choose a few for your winter garden. When the grasses dry in autumn, they will remain tall stalwarts of the winter garden, even under a cover of snow. Simply cut them down to the ground in spring, and the display will start
which ornamental grasses are good in winter
“Grasses grown in” — lizzard27
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Ptown in Arlington
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for harvesting vegetables in New England (and who points out, we are at the same latitude as France, where they grow and harvest cole crops in deep winter).
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good drainage. My veggie garden is 100 percent city compost.March can be a great month to work outside — it's not too hot, and ambition tends to fill the body. Get out there and show us what you've got, you wonderful prairie gardeners.More: See how to use a cold frame in the garden
n. If you want to plant directly in the garden, simply put the cold frame in place and remove the lid when the air temps warms up, replacing it as things cool down.See how to extend your growing season with a cold frame
While you're in the vegetable garden, take out the last of the summer crops,
“J'adore ce jardin” — soffycote
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
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Guest room color - behr winter garden
Behr's Winter Garden
Behr's Winter Garden is similar.
behr winter garden
“like this style for bedroom” — anfolk
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Simple arbor of metal arches connected by swags of rope; winter interest and shapes
Love the metal and rope archway, which provides winter interest.
the pathway, framing the focal point rather than smothering it. In this frosty scene, the weathered wood and rope become a part of the monochromatic winter scene yet stand apart from it.
the entry point to a large mixed border; it’s composed of a trio of simple arches connected by swags of rope. While adding height and scale to the garden, this structure is transparent, allowing the plants beyond to be framed rather than obscured. The temptation is to use such structures as a support
“Arbour with rope” — sumbrz
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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snow or predators. Plus, winter gardens are so darn cool looking!
Don’t clean up. I’ve said it before; I’ll say it again: Don’t cut down the fall garden.
Don’t clean up. I’ve said it before; I’ll say it again: Don’t cut down the fall garden. There is an abundance of
predators. Plus, winter gardens are so darn cool looking!
Leave the fall garden...clean up in spring!
Don’t clean up. I’ve said it before; I’ll say it again: Don’t cut down the fall garden. There is an
clean up. Don’t cut down the fall garden. There is an abundance of life out there. Some of it is hibernating (butterflies, frogs, bees), and some of it is coming to eat flower seed heads, while more is coming to escape a cold wind, snow or predators
“Don’t clean up. Don’t cut down the fall garden. There is an abundance of life out there. Some of” — tdunlevy
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