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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.Mediterranean Landscape, Los Angeles

Design ideas for a mediterranean front yard vegetable garden landscape in Los Angeles. —  Houzz
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James Addison wrote:Jan 24, 2016
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    AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.

    This is the Ring Vase Planter - size is 36" x 28.5" from Architectural Pottery.

    The Citrus trees are a dwarf variety.

    Hope this helps!

    Drew Sivgals

    AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.

chelseychristensen wrote:Oct 30, 2014
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    The boarder plants are:
    Dwarf Myrtle - Myrtus communis 'Compacta
    (Spanish Lavender is behind it)

    Notes from Monrovia -

    - Popular, compact tightly branched evergreen shrub with creamy-white flowers has fragrant foliage when crushed. Extremely useful and dependable as a low hedge and foundation planting.
    - Slow grower to 2 to 3 ft. tall and wide.
    - Full Sun
    - Blooms in Spring

    Overall it is a great small hedge that is tight / dense and can be easily maintained since it is a slow grower. For taller hedges, try some of the various Boxwood varieties. They tend to grow taller and a little faster.

    Hope this helps.

    AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
robcac wrote:Jun 10, 2013
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Lynn wrote:May 16, 2012
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    Hello There
    We are located in Pasadena and carry this large Egyptian terracota pots.
    Give us a call or send us an e-mail, we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Tina Buell (Z9b) wrote:Nov 9, 2015
    Chris B wrote:Mar 3, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Brian Barth added this to Take Refuge in an Iced Tea GardenJun 18, 2015

      Two evergreen shrubs feature heavily in iced tea blends and also happen to be highly ornamental, so you can enclose your garden to make it a private sanctuary. Lemon bushes usually grow about 6 to 8 feet tall, and slices of the fruit are iced tea necessities — you can also experiment by adding grated lemon zest (part of the peel) to your concoctions. Most lemon bushes are damaged by heavy frosts, but they can be grown in large pots and brought indoors for winter in colder climates. The ‘Improved Meyer’ lemon is hardy down to 18 degrees.The other tea shrub to consider is the actual tea plant, Camellia sinensis. It’s the source of all green, black and white teas and is a great choice as a hedge around partly shaded tea gardens. Tea Camellia shrubs can grow enormous but can be kept as low as 3 or 4 feet high with pruning. They have either white or pink flowers and are hardy in USDA zones 9 to 11.Tip: In colder climates, grow lemon trees and tea Camellia plants in pots so they can be brought indoors over winter.

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      Candace Underwood added this to gardenMay 29, 2019

      Oversized pots with fruit trees and flowers at base

      Phiona Mpanga added this to My ideasMay 26, 2019

      Planters with a lower section of plants to drape the planters.

      Ирина Черногубова added this to Идеи shelk_irinaMay 1, 2019

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