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or dry. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water requirement: Moist soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 4 to 6 feet tall with an equal or a greater spread Planting tips: Gardeners in cold climates can grow this in protected locations; it's doing well here in my zone 5 garden, sheltered from
USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water requirement: Moist soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 4 to 6 feet tall with an equal or a greater spread Planting tips: Gardeners in cold climates can grow this in protected locations; it's doing well here in my zone 5 garden, sheltered from
fresh or dry.USDA zones: 5 to 9Water requirement: Moist soilLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 feet tall with an equal or a greater spreadPlanting tips: Gardeners in cold climates can grow this in protected locations; it's doing well here in my zone 5 garden, sheltered from
“oakleaf hydrangea” — Christin
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Garden Boxes
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What are the dimensions of the boxes? Are they "square foot gardening" standard? What are they made from?
I just want to know what covers the ground, it looks like sand or gravel. Wouldn't it hurt to kneel down on gravel while gardening? Thank you for your time, I appreciate any reply.
Garden beds. Window panes on top
The containers for a fruit / veggie garden
Nice raised garden boxes. Takes up little space.
productive garden. Can you get that swiss chard for me now?
If you have the space, raised garden beds are another type of container garden that can bypass the irritating poor-soil problem that plagues many novice gardeners. Building
of using materials that will either rot or seep into the soil. Check with your local garden center or a garden designer for the best materials for your site. I love the classic four-square grid for a vegetable garden. No matter the size of your yard, this design can work — just scale it to fit.
“Italian garden” — ashugarman
Bliss Garden Design
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Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
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n Design Hi Sue - the plants you choose would be dictated by your zone, any micro-climate within your zone that is specific to your site, the sun exposure and the soil conditions. This is in a very shaded Zone 8 garden with with relatively high moisture content and amended soil. The bed is mounded
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Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Michael Lee Architects
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Herron Residence
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front yard.. interesting mini garden zones within garden
plants garden...garden 16...garden lighting
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Tim Davies Landscaping
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Patio zoning
garden ideas around patio
Different zones for different spaces
deck and garden behind it
Roof Garden
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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“Love the plants” — random83
The New York Botanical Garden
Shrub Rose
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Plant it in USDA zones 4 to 9. Find your zone
Sea Foam rose is a great climber and hardy to Zone 4.
successive bloom times in spring, summer and fall. Plant it in USDA zones 4 to 9. Find your zone
trellises and arbors. It sports creamy white double blossoms that have successive bloom times in spring, summer and fall. Plant it in USDA zones 4 to 9. Find your zone
Plant it in USDA zones 4 to 9.
trellises and arbors. It sports creamy white double blossoms that have successive bloom times in spring, summer and fall. Plant it in USDA zones 4 to 9. Find your zoneMore white climbers include 'Moonlight', 'Prosperity', 'Colonial White' and 'Jeanne d'Arc'.
“Best climber. Any shrub rose that is described as a "mannerly climber" is good in my book. 'Sea Foam” — rabn22
Filmore Clark
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Sunroom
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Amaryllis (Hippeastrum) USDA zones: Generally grown indoors in all zones; for garden culture, 8 to 10 Bloom period: Spring when grown outdoors; several weeks after planting indoors Height: Up to 2 feet How to
Amaryllis(Hippeastrum)USDA zones: Generally grown indoors in all zones; for garden culture, 8 to 10Bloom period: Spring when grown outdoors; several weeks after planting indoorsHeight: Up to 2 feetHow to plant: Indoors, in a container wide enough to allow at least 2 inches between the rim and the bulb;
bulb; 1 foot apart outdoors, with the tops even with the soil surfaceLight requirement: Bright light indoors; full sun or light shade in the gardenWater requirement: Slightly moist soil until leaves appear, then regular water until leaves turn yellowThough you certainly can grow amaryllis outdoors in
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