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Results found for "vegetable garden"

  • Straw Bale Garden, This is my straw bale garden...I plant directly into the bales and my veggies grow almost twice the rate as traditional style gardens. The other garden is Lasagna style (layering) (no dig) and it is working wonders. check out http://chewychewsup.blogspot.com/ if your interested in reading about the process, Gardens Design

    Straw Bale Garden

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  • No Back Yard - So We Made the Roof a Garden!, We live in the city! Our backyard is another building.  Except a small patch of grass in the front of our house...we have no yard at all!  So we took over the roof!  We planters in containers!  The lower roof area is devoted to vegetable gardening.  The upper area is for relaxing and perennial plants.  Besides flowers we have fruit trees, grape vines and more!  We have a seating area and a dining area.  Eventually we will add a pergola for the wisteria and winter hardy kiwi vines to climb.  We added a drip watering system this year!, Gardens Design

    No Back Yard - So We...

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  • Vegetable container garden, This container garden is designed to be functional and to deliver the maximum amount of fruit and vegetables in a relative small area. The garden contains herbs, fruits and vegetables. All the fruits, vegetables, and herbs are used in the family kitchen. Excess fruit, vegetables, and herbs are given away.  This garden is all natural. I have not used any pesticides. I have allowed my cilantro to flower, and planted other flowering plants to attract beneficial insects into the garden. The beneficial insects keep the pests at bay. I also have provided birds with a water source and I have put up a Finch feeder as well as two humming bird feeders. The birds also help to keep the insect population in check., Gardens Design

    Vegetable container ga...

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  • Exquisite Outdoor Environment, The great clients of this gorgeous coastal estate allowed us to design their property in the same exquisite style and manner of their interior environment.
One of the major design components of this design is the grand and majestic Cabana that encompasses multiple functions and areas of luxury retreat. The Cabana has a luxurious restroom and shower, with an elegant changing room that even has personal lockers for guests to use! Also included under the roof of the Cabana is a large dining room, an opulent cook center, and a quaint fireplace room with optimum views of the ocean and coastline. Some of the other fantastic amenities include multiple pottery fountains, a fabulous pool and infinity spa, and large dining and lounge patios. Also included in this estate grounds is an area for the clients 'secret' garden, an elegant and functional citrus and vegetable terrace garden, and even a sheltered courtyard with a grand fireplace that is framed by matching elegant pottery fountains, Home Exterior Design

    Exquisite Outdoor Env...

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  • Vegetable Garden, This is our family garden. My wife, daughter, son and I built this garden. My wife and I built the arbor., Gardens Design

    Vegetable Garden

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  • Vegetable Garden in Arizona, We grow vegetables year round, Gardens Design

    Vegetable Garden in A...

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  • Deronda's Back Yard, A few of My backyard gardens & my herb/vegetable garden. I am  adding on this fall. I now have gardens that surround the 11/2 acres fence line. Because of the hills on property we put chain link fence and who wants to hide their gardens? I want everyone to enjoy what I do. I have made a few secrete gardens that will soon be hid and vines mixed with shrubs will help to cover fence in time. , Gardens Design

    Deronda's Back Yard

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  • Raised Vegetable Gardens, Gardening in raised beds is highly productive and easy on the back.  A great hobby providing super meals!, Gardens Design

    Raised Vegetable Gard...

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  • Our first attempt at a REAL garden!, We have tried small gardens before but it was in Texas and the heat got to the plants before we could save them. So we let the weeds grow. We are now in Kansas and decided to help counteract some of these crazy produce prices. This is a Square Foot Garden. It is an amazing garden method with NO WEEDS!, Gardens Design

    Our first attempt at a...

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  • Ugly Patch Into Dream Vegetable Garden!, This ugly patch of grass turned into the vegetable garden of my dreams with some hard work and a little creativity. You can see the step by step transformation process at www.littlegardenpatch.com  It also has tons more pictures, Gardens Design

    Ugly Patch Into Drea...

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  • My vegetable garden, A vinyl picket fence keeps my labs out and makes a nice distinction between the veggies and the rest of my yard., Gardens Design

    My vegetable garden

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  • Organic Vegetable Garden, I built this no dig organic vegetable garden and installed a drip system to water it all. I hope you like it., Gardens Design

    Organic Vegetable Gar...

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  • Garden, Gnome onion patch., Gardens Design

    Garden

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  • My Various Gardens, We live in Modesto California. Modesto is in the middle of the state in the Central Valley. The climate is Mediterranean garden zone 8-9. We have an acre of land with our home gardens and a hobby orchard and small vineyard.  Thank you to everyone for your nice comments., Gardens Design

    My Various Gardens

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  • Hillside is usable/Pool/Patio updates, We had  a steep hillside and decided to terrace it for easier maintenance and it allowed more use of the land. Everything is on timers and we use drip irrigation. There are many levels with different uses. A tree area at the top, below that camellias, azaleas and roses. A walkway covers a gutter running through that level. The next level has a  veggie garden and our bear country plus the top of the waterfall. Below that is the putting green with 2 relaxing areas to sit in. Our pool area is completely separate and on the side of the house., Yards Design

    Hillside is usable/Po...

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  • Country Living In The City, , Home Exterior Design

    Country Living In The...

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  • Chicago Townhouse Decks, In the warm months we spend a ton of time out on our 2nd floor deck which is right off the kitchen.  It's a great place to enjoy breakfast lunch dinner or a nightcap while taking in the skyline views.  It's frequented by a lot of butterflies and birds all summer long.  The roof deck wraps around our 4th floor penthouse and is where we have our vegetable garden and chimenea., Patios & Decks Design

    Chicago Townhouse De...

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  • Deck Top Garden/Farm, This started when I wanted 1-2 tomato plants.  I now have 10 tomato plants squash okra sugar snaps artichokes Greek oregano chili peppers lavendar chives and even watermelon all growing in pots and baskets on my deck  Additionally I have petunias and coleus poinsettia and Christmas cactus. It's not pretty like the front yard but the eating will be good in a few weeks!, Gardens Design

    Deck Top Garden/Farm

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