Category: Garden Design Archive

The Meaning Of Rain Garden Design

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on September 4, 2018
Rain garden design – we explain the basic concept. The idea behind a rain garden is to ensure that the ground absorbs water and purify (naturally) through the layers of soil, dry leaves and roots. A rain garden design is planted compound in a certain area, like any other ga...

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Raised Vegetable Garden Design From Landscaping Timbers

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on September 3, 2018
Raised vegetable garden design – Raised Bed Gardening offers a practical solution for many gardening challenges. Raised bed gardens make workable soil in rocky areas or places where native soil is contaminated. The raised bed garden also puts plants at a level where disable...

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Make Small Vegetable Garden Design Look Bigger

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 30, 2018
Small vegetable garden design – Color is a necessity. Using a variety of colors can be a simple way to make a small vegetable garden look bigger. A general rule of thumb to use is that usually bright fresh colors like red and orange usually appear closer. By placing plants ...

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How To Plant A Perennial Garden Design

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 30, 2018
Perennial garden design – Although annual plants require minimal or no care at the end of the year, it does not mean that replanting flower garden every year is easier than to plant a perennial garden. When perennial garden is established, gardening easier and flower garden...

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Create Your Garden Design Planner

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 29, 2018
Garden design planner – plantation. Choose the shade you want in the garden. Do not forget to look at the soil type and location of your garden. Maybe some plants earthen not in your garden. Hardening; Determine the type of pavement that you want to use: pavement, wood or s...

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Best Tips For Backyard Vegetable Garden Design

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 29, 2018
Backyard vegetable garden design – A number of measures can be taken to ensure the best growth potential among backyard vegetable garden plants. This may include using a variety of growth compounds, planting of a seedling in place of a seed or plant flowers designed to help...

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Garden Shed Designs Ideas

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 28, 2018
Garden Shed Designs Ideas – Garden shed have been a part of the garden, because the ancient Egyptians and the “Garden of Eden contains descriptions that are consistent with some of the very old Egyptian gardens as well,” said The Golden Scales website. Ancient p...

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Small Succulent Garden Design

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 27, 2018
Succulent garden design – If you follow the trend of the current home design, you are sure to be familiar with the concept of green homes. This concept emerged as a response to the issue of global warming is becoming very popular these days. Succulent garden design this is ...

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Herb Garden Design With Bricks

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 27, 2018
Herb garden design – Since ancient times, large gardens have been used for growing vegetables, flowers, fruits and medicines. These gardens are called herbal gardens. Some plants are commonly grown are rosemary, parsley, sage, marjoram, thyme, mint, rue, angelica, bay and b...

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Modern Garden Path Ideas

Posted in Garden Design by Larry B. Provost on August 24, 2018
Garden path ideas – A garden needs a way. No matter if it is a garden or a flower garden or not. Most gardens need access for maintenance needs. A dirt road is compacted and muddy during rain. Beads standing create a hazard, as the stones provide unstable equilibrium. The g...