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There is something so wonderful about Purple and Green in a garden. Purple allium, Spanish Lavender (Stoechas) Siberian Iris, Lady's Mantle and Purple Sage in the front left corner...

Pretty herb garden with Lavandula stoechas 'Pedunculata' Allium giganteum. purple fennel angelica and many more plants.flowers at the back of the herb garden don't need to be touched but look pretty and tall.

This house number planter box makes the perfect addition to any front porch. We start by staining poplar wood a Dark Walnut color and seal it well with a water based, satin finish polyurethane. Three holes are drilled into the bottom of the planter box section to provide proper drainage for your plants. This planter can be made with or without the metal numbers. We provide eye hooks for mounting your planter. Succulent plants are not included. The overall measurement of this planter is 18…

This house number planter box makes the perfect addition to any front porch. We start by staining poplar wood a Dark Walnut color and seal it well with a water based, satin finish polyurethane. Three holes are drilled into the bottom of the planter box se

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About a year ago I did a series of posts that showcased three parts of the design process. For those that struggle with how to start their landscape design this process is amazing. The idea is to arrange your spaces conceptually with bubbles, move those bubbles towards strong shapes, then finally place plant materials to reinforce your outdoor rooms. Click on the steps below to learn about them in more detail. 1. Bubble (or Functional) Diagrams 2. Garden Structure Studies 3. Prelimina...

About a year ago I did a series of posts that showcased three parts of the design process. For those that struggle with how to start their landscape design this process is amazing. The idea is to arrange your spaces conceptually with bubbles, move those bubbles towards strong shapes, then finally place plant materials to reinforce your outdoor rooms. Click on the steps below to learn about them in more detail. 1. Bubble (or Functional) Diagrams 2. Garden Structure Studies 3. Prelimina...