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View this post on Instagram Today on TPH we are celebrating three outstanding landscape designers - @xanthewhite, Miguel Urquijo and @phillip_johnson_landscapes - who exemplify designing with nature through their words and work. ⠀ ⠀ "...to build a garden that seeks to instil peace, tranquillity and connection in its users we have to use, as far as possible, local materials and native plants. Both the cultural and natural elements of a place must be valued if we want to evoke a feeling of integration, of belonging," says Miguel Urquijo, co-founder of Madrid based landscape and garden design studio, Urquijo-Kastner.⠀ ⠀ Link to full story in bio.⠀ ⠀ Image of a Salamanca garden designed by Urquijo-Kastner photographed by @clairetakacs⠀ ⠀
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Stranica sa savetima za početnike
View this post on Instagram Another one from the pollinator garden, Cassia didymobotrya, or as my son calls it, the popcorn????plant. Yes, it actually does smell like movie theatre popcorn, not the flowers that are blooming, but before the flower opens run the bud and smell your fingers and tell me it doesn’t smell like AMC. So you know I rock with butterflies, and thanks to my better half I had to convert a portion of my garden in a butterfly pollinator garden. This plant is a host plant for the beautiful sulphur butterfly, and it grows well in our climate (Zone 9A). Plus it will flower from the summer to the fall. You will have to prune the Cassia or it will go wild, and careful where you place it because it can get over 6’ tall. The majority of cassia plants have beautiful yellow blooms all fall long, but plant in the spring so it has time to grow significant roots. It can also be planted in the fall, but if we have a hard freeze there’s a chance it doesn’t make it through. Full sun or part shade and fertilize regularly and this plant will get it popping. Another reason I love it, once established this plants needs minimal irrigation maybe because it has roots that extended something like 20+’ into the ground. My kind of plant- minimal upkeep, productive and serves more than one purpose. I can’t wait for all the sulphur butterflies ???????? ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ • • • • #AlwaysGrowingFood #GardenCoach #GardenDesigner #Zone9Garden #GrowForIt #GrowingHouston #HoustonTexas #GetGrowing #UrbanGardening #InMyGarden #GardenGram #EpicGardening #SpringGarden #BackyardGarden #HowDoesYourGardenGrow #TheHappyGardeningLife #GardeningTips #GardeningIdeas #PollinatorGarden #Pollinators #YellowFlowers #FlowerGarden #GardenFlowers #ButterflyGarden #GardenPhotography
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Za ljubitelje trave i paprati
View this post on Instagram Lots of beautiful stock currently available...email us to arrange a visit to make your selections for September planting ????
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Zajednica različitih kultura
View this post on Instagram More baskets are filling up...everything was started from seeds including the Thai basil in the background. White and purple eggplants Marvel of Venice beans, Cranberry beans and fava beans Shishito sweet peppers and big hot peppers (unsure of its name) Okra Eight ball round zucchini Yellow pear tomatoes and black cherry tomatoes are as abundant as ever. Growing following tomato varieties for the first time: San Marzano tomatoes Yellow nugget cherry tomatoes Principe Borghese cherry tomatoes Indigo rose cherry tomatoes Isis Candy cherry tomatoes
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Biljke živopisnih boja
View this post on Instagram Growing some giant dahlias flowers for dyeing. Aiming for efficiency of scale by selecting large, perennial flowers. With a little care, these should come back year on year and be quick to harvest. See hand for scale. You can see the fiddlyness of the little coreopsis flowers and cosmos in the last photo compared with the same basket filled with four dahlia flowers. #dyeplants #dahlias #colour #bigflowers #plantdyes #naturaldyeing #flowers #flowerpower #growyourown #plantcolour #plant #gardening #harvesting
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Organske bašte u urbanim uslovima
View this post on Instagram The other night this beautiful black swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes) alighted very close to me and stayed there while a friend and I picked black currants. It’s been a banner year for butterflies of all kinds in the garden, but I have no photos because it is rare to get this close. ???? @langueverte
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Šuma u Japanu
View this post on Instagram The Water bowls are currently filled with Rose moments.
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Mala bašta u Melburnu
View this post on Instagram The grape vine along the fence finally got its winter prune! Shouldn’t be too long now before it comes to life with new growth. . . . #urbanorganicgardener #growyourown #growsomethinggreen #growyourownfood #healthyfood #healthyeating #melbourne #melbournestyle #garden #gardendesign #veggies #vegetables #vegetablegarden #veggiegarden #greenthumb #allotment #eatyourgreens #geometric #gardentotable #gardeningaustralia #frontyard #raisedbeds #instagarden #grow #harvest #potatoes #gardenlife #winter #pruning
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