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How to use  Evergreens! The foundation to your Garden/Garden Style nw
Awesome Evergreen plants that keep their color year round and provide the foundation to your garden.Some of my favorites! How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. http://gardenstylenw.com/ Email: [email protected]
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Elements of a Japanese Garden
Japanese gardens combine the basic elements of plants, water, and rocks with simple, clean lines to create a tranquil retreat. Learn how to make your own Zen garden. Make an Entrance Use a simple bamboo fence to block views of the world outside your Japanese garden. Make the entrance to your garden clear with a gate and attractive arbor. Create Mystery A key element in Japanese garden style is creating vignettes that can't be viewed all at once. Here a winding path leads your eye past the stone pagoda and beckons exploration of what's around the next corner. Most Japanese gardens rely on subtle differences in color and texture. Here conifers provide soothing shades of green for year-round interest. Some echo the pyramidal form of the pagoda while others frame the feature with their low, spreading branches. Encourage Moss Moss makes the perfect groundcover in moist shady areas of the Japanese garden. Because moss doesn't tolerate foot traffic well, place stone steppers among the moss to allow passage without damage to the cushiony surface. Make a Private Pavilion Create an intimate space in your Japanese garden with a teahouse or pavilion made of bamboo or wood. Use such a structure for entertaining or for viewing the serene landscape. Try a Pagoda Pillar Stone lanterns shaped as pagodas are staples of Japanese gardens. They can echo the roofline of a teahouse or covered gate entries in addition to providing a charming glow in the evening garden. Add Textural Contrast Shaded sections of the Japanese garden rely on subtle color contrast and bold textural differences to create interest. Here chartreuse and green hostas surround the base of a tree while variegated hakone grass softens the edge of the bed. Create Structure from Plants Trees in a Japanese garden often are pruned into shapes that reveal their architectural form. This Japanese maple shows its zigzag branching pattern. Arching branches reach over the contrasting groundcover and reflect in a nearby pool of water. Protect Yourself from Evil Spirits Legend has it that a zigzag bridge such as this one will protect you from evil spirits in the Japanese garden. The myth says that evil spirits can only travel in a straight line, so the bridge traps them, allowing you to escape to safety. Provide an Island Getaway A small island in the middle of this pond creates the illusion of a secluded Japanese garden retreat, even though the arch of the bridge is too steep to safely walk over. With a larger space and longer span on the bridge, you could access the island. Time for Reflection This small reflecting pool has a decidedly Japanese garden flavor. From the glass Japanese fishing float on its surface to the bamboo fountain, Japanese bloodgrass, stone pagoda lantern, and moss-covered rocks surrounding the pond, all elements blend in Asian style. Feed the Fish Colorful koi and goldfish bring hours of enjoyment to the Japanese garden. Train your fish to come on command for feeding time. Goldfish are hardier than koi, but both types may need to be overwintered indoors in cold climates. Go with the Flow The sound of moving water from waterfalls adds to the soothing nature of Japanese gardens. This stream is punctuated by two waterfalls and ponds. Papyrus, ornamental grasses, and groundcovers bring life to the stream edge. Deter Deer Naturally This clever bamboo device is designed to frighten deer away from the Japanese garden. The upper bamboo tube drips water into the larger, lower tube. When the tube fills, the weight of the water causes it to clunk against a bamboo mat resting on a stone. The sudden sound startles deer and reportedly scares them away. Braced with Bamboo Bamboo has many uses in Japanese gardens: It's grown as an ornamental plant, and it serves as an important structural component. This bamboo fence uses bamboo shoots as rails and smaller ones tied into latticework to follow the curve of the gravel path inlaid with steppingstones. Graceful Gravel Garden Raked gravel surrounding stones represents ripples of waves around islands. This type of Zen or Japanese garden is designed for contemplative thought and is super-easy to maintain. Artful Additions Personal touches in the Japanese garden should have a connection to nature. These polished egg-shape stones arranged in a bowl are a good example. Backed by the crimson foliage of a Japanese maple, they take on a sculptural quality. Stone Streambed Japanese gardens usually utilize representation. Here, tumbled gray river rocks of uniform size have been carefully arranged in this meandering dry streambed to create the illusion of flowing water. Ferns and evergreens line the stream, softening its "shoreline."
Views: 46982 Alexis Bellamy
Contemporary Garden Ideas - Landcaping Pictures Gallery
Attend Rachel's free garden design fast track web class: https://www.successfulgardendesign.com/freeclasses Never miss any new videos!!! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel. Just click on the Successful Garden Design logo at the top right corner of the video. In this video, you will see photos of gardens that transform from plain blank spaces to beautiful modern contemporary. To get more landscape design ideas and a free garden design help guide and video tutorials, visit http://www.successfulgardendesign.com Modern Garden Ideas gallery of contemporary garden styles to inspire you for creating your own landscaped garden. The landscaping ideas featured in this video are modern, contemporary styles of garden. This type of landscaping isn't the cheapest to install because of the polished natural stone paving, hardwood decking and rendered walls are labour and material intensive. Garden landscaping doesn't have to cost a fortune, there are plenty of ways to achieve a great looking garden, that are inexpensive.
Views: 727170 Successful Garden Design
How To Make Your Own Japanese Zen Garden: Part 2 | Gardening | Great Home Ideas
Jason creates a peaceful Japanese-inspired garden. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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What are the differences in Lavender?/Garden Style nw
What are the differences in Lavender? Taking the mystery out of Lavender. I'll explain the differences between English, French and Spanish Lavenders and how to care for them. Garden Style nw / host Debbie Cassidy [email protected] Gardenstylenw.com
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What to do? In your Garden in March!/Garden Style nw
Welcome! To Garden Style! This is my first How to video in a series of videos I'll be producing this Spring and Summer 2017. I'm a certified Horticulturist, Landscape designer and a long time Gardener. There are very few videos available for North West gardens so I hope to change that and provide the latest tips, tricks and trends for the garden. You may email me with your questions at [email protected] or visit my web page at Gardenstylenw.com which will be up soon! Enjoy!
Views: 3158 Garden Style nw
7 Tire Garden Ideas You Must Look on
Do you have old tires? Don’t throw them away saying they’re not Eco friendly. They don’t break down easily and can’t be burnt. Reuse them with caution to create amazing stuffs in your garden. You can make a tire swing and hang it in your garden in a warm and open spot. Children loves this. Just paint a tire with shiny bright colors and make cool designs over it. Take care while hanging, you can use both the ropes and chains to hang it. Make furniture using old tires. You can use your imaginations to refurbish them. There are lots of tutorials on YouTube to make DIY tire chair, tire stool and other garden furniture. A compost bin and wormery helps in piling up your compost and decomposing it. You can make a tire compost bin and wormery but this idea is only suitable for colder parts where temperature doesn’t exceed from the level of 90 F (32 C). Making a vertical tire planter and growing flowers in it is a unique idea to recycle old tire. It’s easy to do too. You can grow cascading flowers like petunias and pansies in it. Read this post to learn How to Make Vertical Tire Planter. A pond in a garden gives it a complete look, it’s an essential part of garden design. If you still haven’t made it, use large tractor or car tire to make it, paint it using durable and non toxic best quality outdoor spray paint. You can swim fishes in it and grow aquatic plants like lilies and iris. Arranging tires and making DIY tire planters is also an option to reuse tires. Make sure you’ll never grow edible plants in them if you live in hot tropical climate because tires heat up quickly. If you’re living in colder climate then this phenomena is good for you as tires insulate the plants and provide warmth to them. Create raised bed tire garden. Raised beds made of tires border the plants and help them to grow in order. If you’re growing vegetables or herbs in these raised beds, make sure to use big tires and ensure they’ll not heat up much.
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Corrugated raised beds for my garden - New Style!
Building some new DIY corrugated raised beds for my garden. This style has no bottom board, therefore hopefully limiting wood rot and adding termite resistance. Overall I'm happy with the results and glad to have another spring project done! Thanks for watching:) #raisedbeds #corrugatedraisedbed #diyraisedbed #homesteadonomics I own 100% of the visual and audio content in this video. Music created for my channel by my brother-in-law Trey Harris!
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Vegetable Garden Design - Choosing the Right Layout for Your Garden
The secret to success with your vegetable garden is good planning. Using dedicated vegetable beds and deciding in advance what you're going to grow where makes gardening simpler, more efficient, and more productive. Growing in dedicated beds reduces soil compaction, helps to simplify crop rotation, and makes weeding and protecting your crops a snap. In this video we discuss the benefits different styles of beds offer and demonstrate how to position your vegetables for a better harvest. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more... To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GrowVeg
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Step 1 - How to Design a Backyard Garden
Step One in my SEVEN STEP GARDEN DESIGN GUIDE - a DIY Garden Design Guide that will take you from ideas in your head to a PLAN of action! CLICK here for the Introduction Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R2FRmGEF8s ---- This video looks in depth at finding ideas and inspiration for your very own backyard garden design. It is broken down into three sections: - Garden Styles - Activities & Features - Resources It’s a simple process to get the ball rolling and help you determine what you want to do in your backyard garden, what you want to see and what materials or garden design style you want to pair with your house. There are two main resource options available to you when sourcing ideas and inspiration for your backyard or garden. - Imagery: Videos or Photos - Reality: The physical world around you You rely on Imagery to get ideas from places you can’t physically go, while you rely on Reality to get a more in depth understanding on how different spaces and materials make you feel. Imagery is best found online. Design blogs, specialty sites, social media like Pinterest or Facebook, Youtube, or even just Google Images. Videos are also good resources because they show the garden in motion, and offer viewpoints you won’t get from still images. Getting ideas from Reality is very important. It gives you a better understanding of the size and scale of items - furniture, trees, plants, materials - and spaces - large, empty, isolating, cold or warm, inviting, mysterious, intimate. Using your body to measure a space will give you a much better idea of the kinds of dimensions you find comfortable and want to replicate in your garden. It also tells you what you don’t like, and can therefore avoid. Be careful of falling in love with generic ’38 Garden Design Ideas’ type articles. These articles offer “solutions” to problems, but are very inflexible. They may not answer your specific questions, or tailor the answer to your specific situation. Use them as idea generators, but be sure to let your environment and landscape determine how they come together in your design. Step Two will explore “How to Define What You Want” to help you develop criteria for your design. ---- Links Mentioned In This Video ---- Garden Design Ideas - Context Is Everything: https://howtogardendesign.com/2018/04/03/context-everything/ Garden Design Ideas - Tip #2 Clients: https://howtogardendesign.com/2018/04/04/context-everything-clients/ Garden Design Ideas - Tip #3 Design and Construction Process: https://howtogardendesign.com/2018/04/04/context-everything-design-construction/ Garden Design Ideas - Tip #4 The Image Itself: https://howtogardendesign.com/2018/04/04/context-everything-4-image-itself/ ---- Follow Us At: ---- Website: http://www.howtogardendesign.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/howtogardend... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sixsensesde... ---- If you look beyond your specific condition, it is possible to draw ideas and inspiration from any number of different sources. And you can see that the internet is full of examples, tips, tricks and ideas for any number of garden types or areas, such as: Vegetable gardens - raised beds, companion planting, interior gardens, herbs… Specific garden styles - Japanese gardens, French provincial gardens, English gardens, Cottage gardens, Mediterranean gardens, Modern gardens, Contemporary gardens, Native gardens, Formal gardens, Coastal gardens, Low maintenance gardens, Desert gardens, Tropical gardens, Drought tolerant gardens, Tuscan gardens, Country gardens, Xeriscape gardens, Colonial gardens, Southwest gardens, Spanish gardens, Winter gardens… Small gardens - small balcony gardens, apartment gardens, interior gardens, courtyard gardens, raised garden beds, pot plants… Specific activities - swimming pools, ponds, water features, bonsai, trampolines, backyard entertaining, outdoor dining, hammocks, cubby houses, playgrounds, basketball hoops, tennis courts, water slides…. As you can see there is a ton of information out there, as well as all sorts of decorating tips and tricks to try out if you’re on a budget. The BIG PROBLEM is that they are all individual, separate ideas, with no connection or relation to each other. This guide solves those problems, getting you to look past the ‘thing’ and focus on how to make the ‘concept’ flexible and adaptable for your garden. ---- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/14065
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Beautiful Small Japanese Garden Designs
Subscribe to Grig Stamate: http://bit.ly/GrigStamate A small Japanese-style garden adds excitement to a woodsy backyard. Japanese gardens combine the basic elements of water, plants, and rocks with clean, simple, lines to create a tranquil retreat. This garden dates back to the Muromachi period, the fifteenth century. Its physical form represents Zen Buddhist philosophy, Zen self-examination, spiritual refinement, and enlightenment. #JapaneseGarden "Finding Movement" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Views: 337414 Grig Stamate
27 Amazing Ideas How to Make Your Garden Bohemian Style
We would like to introduce design ideas for garden space to your best. We always welcome likes and comments. Subscribe to my channel to see my new videos. see more pictures, design ideas Design Ideas Home & Garden garden ideas garden art Flower Garden Japanese Garde images copy:architectureartdesigns.com
Views: 6233 Garden & Outdoors
How to prune Rose Bushes! What to do in your Garden in March/Garden Style nw
Rose bushes don't need to be intimidating. Very easy to prune and care for them. Roses will reward you with bountiful blooms with proper pruning, feeding and watering. How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. Questions? Email me at [email protected] Website:GardenStylenw.com
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How to design long lasting Fall containers/Garden Style nw
Learn how to design long Lasting Fall Containers/Garden Style nw Build containers for Fall that will last through Winter! Exciting new specimens to try, Host and Nursery owner Debbie Cassidy Gardenstylenw,com [email protected] Sunnycrestnursery.com
Views: 3309 Garden Style nw
Baby it's Hot Outside! What to do in your July Garden!/ Garden Style nw
What to do in your July Garden! Why native plants are so awesome, Time to let the grass get longer, watering basics, harvesting herbs and veggies, re-seeding an old lawn, and much more coming your way./How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. http://www.gardenstylenw.com/ [email protected]
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How To Build A Vietnamese-Style Pergola | Gardening | Great Home Ideas
Inspired by Ed’s tropical adventure, Jason and Adam are creating an Asian-themed garden for a deserving young family. For great take-home ideas for your own garden, you’ll be blown away by the resort-style sanctuary the pair creates. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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Cottage-Style Landscapes and Gardens
Cottage gardens feature an abundance of color, freestyle form and fun artwork. Get ideas and inspiration for creating your own beautifully casual cottage garden. Cottage-style landscape design is relaxed and loose, not rigid or formal. To enhance the air of informality, curve the pathways and flowerbed edges. Curves entice the visitor to move farther into the garden to see what is around the bend and discover the mysteries hidden inside. Encourage plants to drape over the edges of the beds, softening the lines. Place plants as close together as you can without causing them to smother each other. This style of planting has the benefit of crowding out weeds. Add compost each year so the soil has enough nutrients to support a large plant population. To help with weed control and moisture retention, mulch the beds with organic material that breaks down and adds nutrients to the soil. Avoid placing plants in regimented lines or patterns; cottage-style landscape design relies on plants appearing to tumble about with abandon. Plants with multiple petals, such as roses and peonies, are cottage-style favorites, and they have the added benefit of sweet scent. Contrast heights within beds by using spiky classics such as foxgloves and delphiniums.
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Fall Container ideas/Garden Style nw
Fall Container ideas. Introducing some new plant specimens to freshen up your containers after a long, hot summer. Plus an idea to make changing out your heavy pots simpler and easier. Host and Nursery Owner Debbie Cassidy Gardenstylenw.com [email protected] Sunnycrestnursery.com
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Garden Landscape - How to Design a Garden
Ever wonder how the pros create garden plans and designs? Designing a garden is easier than you think. Watch as BHG shares five tips on garden designing. First, pick a color theme for your home garden -- this will create a mood. After selecting your garden's color theme, choose garden plants with varying height -- it creates visual excitement and energy. Next, try to repeat a pattern when doing yard landscape -- pick garden plants and flowers and repeat them throughout your yard. Next, use garden plants and flowers with different textures and shapes. Finally, incorporate colorful foliage to play off garden blooms. With these garden landscape ideas, you don't have to be a garden designer to get the best looking home garden. Subscribe to the BHG Channel -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bhg Official Website: http://www.bhg.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybhg Twitter: http://twitter.com/bhg Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/bhg/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/betterhomesandgardens#
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Moroccan-Style Outdoor Makeover | Outdoor | Great Home Ideas
Kickstart your outdoor entertaining with a Moroccan-inspired outdoor area makeover! Including a budget-friendly outdoor kitchen, serving area and heaps of inspiring landscaping. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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Small tropical garden ideas
Check out the videoes and find out more about Garden ideas and tips for your patio, front yard, or backyard living areas. Gardening can be more than just tropical landscaping ideas for backyard,tropical landscaping ideas for small yards,tropical garden design for small spaces,tropical landscaping pictures,tropical landscaping ideas for front yard,tropical backyard gardens,tropical garden plants list,tropical landscaping ideas for front of house planting flowers. Add stylish touches to your outdoor space with these landscaping ideas using stone: ideas for paths, patios, firepits, showers, and more.In small gardens where space is too limited for major focal points. Gardening can be more than just planting flowers. Creating beautiful and interesting backyard and garden designs or designing good landscaping ideas are about imagination. FInd out collection of small garden ideas to start your indoor small garden on a budget and decorate your home. Landscaping ideas for your backyard, including landscaping design, garden ideas, flowers, and garden design. You can create a themed garden, choose plants that attract wildlife such as birds, frogs,house, in front of the house, kindergarten, long gardens, large areas, landscaping, low maintenance, large yards, small gardens, balcony, small space, low budget, nursery, narrow gardens, new build, narrow spaces, new homes, overlooked garden and more. Garden ideas and tips for your patio, front yard, or backyard living areas. Including pictures, garden layouts, designs, and ideas to improve your outdoor space.. Small gardens or even balcony spaces have a lot going for them, and can bring you just as much joy as a larger plot! These intimate spaces can be the perfect place to cozy up in the evening, You must be thinking about diy vertical garden ideas that are easy to implement and maintain such as small spaces.
Views: 35242 Garden Design Ideas
Budget Front Yard Makeover | Gardening | Great Home Ideas
Jason finishes off his front-of-house makeover. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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Conifers in the Garden/Garden Style nw
Conifers in the Garden are a great way to get a new Garden started and add structure to an existing garden. Intro. to a few specimens and their differences. Debbie Cassidy Host and Nursery owner Gardenstylenw.com [email protected] Sunnycrestnursery.com
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How to create a new crispy garden edge!/Garden Style nw
How to create a new border in the Garden and how to create a crispy edge with a little effort. Garden edges look so awesome when created and maintained and it keeps the grass from invading your garden.The right edge will help to drain excess water and keep weed eating to a minimum. Not to mention how awesome it looks! How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. www.GardenStylenw.com [email protected]
Views: 16001 Garden Style nw
Inspiration For A Mexican Style Garden
Nell takes you on a tour of the charming Casa Dolores in Santa Barbara, CA. This houses a private collection of handcrafted Mexican art in an adobe built in 1843. You'll get a glimpse of what's inside along with s stroll through the garden & courtyard. This is a typical Mexican garden where you'll see succulents, pots, an arbor, vines, art and a fountain. The crunch of gravel as you walk around adds sound & movement. A wonderful place to visit & get inspiration for a south of the border style garden. Our blog, Garden Gluttony, is full of pictures, all things garden, how to's, inspirations & more. We call it a "feast for all senses"! Please check it out at: http://joyusgarden.com/blog
Views: 5190 JoyUsGarden
Contemporary Front Yard Makeover | Gardening | Great Home Ideas
Does your front yard need a new lease of life? Jason gives a little front garden a whole lot of street cred with a modern picket fence and garden to match! Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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120 Awesome Cottage Style Garden Ideas for Your Home
120 Awesome Cottage Style Garden Ideas for Your Home Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments! 🙏 🙏 🙏 Help me get 100K SUBSCRIBERS. Please like & share videos ❤️ http://bit.ly/2tgNRv7 #garden #landscaping #cottage #style #homegarden #gardendesign #diygarden #outdoor #gardenideas
Views: 938 Home Design Ideas
Make Oriental Atmosphere With Indoor Japanese Garden
You can create a beautiful garden with a minimalist design into the house. Because it will create a garden in the house, you need to select a suitable type of plant. Which is a type of plant that is easy to maintain, has a lot of color, fragrant and resistant with little sunshine. Indoor Japanese Maple To enhance the look of your garden can combine it with a fish pond and fountain in the room. To fill the land area that looks empty, use rocks like sandstone, coral, or stone temple. Then attach the roof of transparent material and select skylights that light can access into the house. You can use the wooden floor as a floor design in the home garden. With the garden in the house, the house will feel cooler even though the outside is hot. Yes, the average person likes and wants even if the house has a garden. Usually this minimalist garden built in the middle of the house. There is in the form of plants and flowers, there is also the added small fish pond and fountain. If you get bored with a minimalist garden design, you can mix the design tries to your garden with a Japanese garden design. Japanese garden created with a design that is rich in natural elements. Water is one of the elements of nature that can not be separated from the concept of a Japanese garden. In addition to describing the nature, the park is also characterized by a minimalist design, simple to perform, as well as clean because there are no plants growing lush and wild. Indoor Apartment Garden Not only water, other ornaments such as rocks, sand, and wood elements are very attached to the concept of a Japanese garden. In order for this park look more beautiful, you can add a fish pond, garden lights, or could have made a fountain. Incorporating other ornaments to complement the park you can do but to keep in mind is the arrangement should not be excessive so as to eliminate the impression of a simple garden. In addition, Japanese garden usually simple and neatly designed in a way so that the trimmed or bonsai plants to decorate the garden is not lush as the tropical garden style.
Views: 87628 Alexis Bellamy
How to plant Long lasting Fall containers!/Garden Style nw
The first Fall container of the Season. How to pick the right plants for long lasting Fall containers. How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. Videos produced in zone 8. Plant list: Lemon Juniper, Pennisetum grasses, Heucheras, Chrysanthemums, Painted fern, Variegated ivy. http://www.gardenstylenw.com/ [email protected]
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The Beauty Of Bali Garden Idea
One element that is very typical of ethnic Balinese architecture is a garden. Yes, Balinese style garden can be one of the choice to create a natural impression in a dwelling. The presence of bali garden can create the exterior of the house is full of charm. Well, for those of you who are interested in designing a Balinese-style garden, here are some elements that need to be considered are: The selection of a place to park Bali, an area outside of the house that can be seen from the living room, the entrance section, or side pavilion may be an option to create a Balinese garden. Plants suitable for gardens of Bali, selected plants are tropical style plants such as bamboo, palm leaves, Irish, Phillodendron, Spatiphylum, selenium, Tricolor (like a palm tree), and others. To create a shady atmosphere, can be chosen sandalwood or frangipani frangipani jepun (Adenium obesum). Cambodia is a typical Balinese frangipani. Other plants that can support the rural atmosphere of Bali is a water plant that briefly looked like drums rice plants. Ornament or decorative ornament for the garden of Bali, ornaments that can be used to park Bali include stone sculptures, stone garden lamps, ornate doors or gates, which can be filled with barrel-shaped lotus flower, lotus, umbrella ceremony, furniture, carvings on the walls of the garden. For sprinkling the garden floor can be used as coral or other decorative stone in order to create harmony with sculpture ornaments. Stone temple can be used to connect the terrace and garden. Bali Garden does not have to always be displayed as a tropical style garden. You may also include elements of water in it. By adding a little water feature, water spout, decorated with plants and pond water, garden Bali you will look more natural and refreshing. Typically, for a Balinese-style garden, broadleaf plants such as Bali pandanus, bali banana, hibiscus, banana fan, and a variety of plants helikonia shall be presented.
Views: 56864 Alexis Bellamy
Chinese Garden Design Tips
Garden Ninja, Lee Burkhill, shares his top tips for creating that quintessential Chinese garden design. Using the Nan Lian garden in Hong Kong as his example Garden Ninja explains the basics of a successful Chinese-themed garden. Chinese gardens should balance a strong sense of nature and discovery, so it’s not just a case of putting some bamboo in a pot and adding a dragon statue. Chinese garden design is far more refined. This guide will help explain some of the foundations to ensure you avoid a mismatched design. By sticking to a more traditional set of design principles you will end up with a far more cohesive and authentic Chinese garden. A good place to start is with the traditional Chinese garden design principles, these have been established over centuries of practice at the art of garden design. The Chinese have always treated garden design as an art, similarly to other mediums such as painting, poetry and scripture. Why not subscribe to my youtube channel for more garden design hints and tips! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhMHrXyf2bvga2Mq0DJvwQ Visit http://www.gardenninja.co.uk for more articles and how to guides on Garden Design Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gardenninjadesign/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Garden_Ninja Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garden_ninja_lee/
Views: 4162 Garden Ninja Ltd
Bespoke Garden Style Floral Design
When a trend in design becomes as pervasive as this popular design it becomes a style. The Bespoke Garden Style is custom made and one-of-a-kind. The look is wild, extravagant and “just gathered from the garden”. The mechanics are based on armatures allowing a more loosely constructed design with draping foliage and a wider and more exotic range of flowers.
Views: 9350 FlowerSchool
New plant introductions for May 2018!/Garden Style nw
New plant introductions and colors for May 2018!/ Garden Style nw So many new specimens and colors to share with you! Take a peek at what's new! Debbie Cassidy host of Garden Style nw Owner of Sunnycrest Nursery Gardenstylenw.com [email protected] Sunnycrestnursery.com
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How To Create A Cottage Garden | Waitrose and Partners
Follow Alan Titchmarsh's simple guide to growing the perfect cottage garden. Visit Waitrose Garden for plenty of inspiration and practical advice, as well as a range of beautiful plants and garden tools: http://bit.ly/15DQJjh
Views: 252830 Waitrose & Partners
August Garden Tour/Garden Style nw
Take a relaxing tour of my August garden set to music. A few tips on what to do in the garden in August while it is still so hot! Enjoy! Host and Nursery owner Debbie Cassidy [email protected] Gardenstylenw.com Sunnycrestnursery.com
Views: 6482 Garden Style nw
Q&A, My favorite tools! Fall gardening & lots more/Garden Style nw
Subscribers questions and answers. My favorite tools to use in the garden and Fall garden tips. How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. Go to You Tube and Hit Subscribe for more garden tips, tricks and trends weekly. http://www.gardenstylenw.com/ [email protected]
Views: 1625 Garden Style nw
How to plant a garden hedge
This guide shows how to successfully plant a hedge in your garden. www.gardenninja.co.uk the garden design blogger shows you how! Hedges are great for sheltering your garden from the elements and encouraging wildlife. A hedge can also be low maintenance if you choose a slow growing evergreen variety. All explained by Garden Ninja, Manchesters Garden Designer and blogger Lee Burkhill. Why not subscribe to my youtube channel? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhMHrXyf2bvga2Mq0DJvwQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gardenninjadesign/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Garden_Ninja Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garden_ninja_lee/ The key pieces of hedge laying equipment are. Sharp garden spade – to remove turf and dig in your plants Garden Fork – for cultivating the soil and adding aeration to the planting pockets Wheelbarrow – to transport plants and remove soil/turf Tape Measure / Trundle Wheel – to work out distances for planting Canes – to mark out your plants and boundaries Watering can – to give your new hedge a good drink! A cup of tea – to keep yourself hydrated Beth Chatto, the garden legend, has advocated in choosing the right plant for the right place and this couldn’t be truer for hedges. In your haste to fit your new hedge, you do need to spend some time considering what species best meets your needs. Are you looking for evergreen colour? Deciduous hedging that may fruit and then drop its leaves each year. Something that’s fast growing, slow growing bushy or upright, thorny or smooth? Deterrent or aesthetic? Preparing your soil for planting hedges is vital. Fail to prepare and prepare to fail. The more work you put in at this stage the higher the chance of planting success. Firstly you will need to remove any turf that maybe in the area, planting through turf leads to grass and weeds growing in between your hedges and can make for a really messy looking hedge so avoid it at all costs! Digging over the soil for your hedges helps break up compaction, aids drainage and adds air to the soil. This enables your newly planted hedges to easily root and establish in the soil. You can do this either with a spade and fork turning the over the soil until it’s broken into a suitable tilth (crumbly texture) or with a petrol powered cultivator. Ensure you cultivate a 60cm wide trench for your plants, this will create a neat boundary for the hedge and allow you to edge the lawn that may adjoin it. Remove any rocks or debris and now you’re ready for the exciting part, planting the hedges! Please don’t be tempted to add buckets of lovely compost! The reason why is that compost degrades quickly and when planting a hedge it can lead to the hedge dropping and becoming uneven. If you want to use compost for hedges then please use it as a mulch afterwards! You will need to dig in your hedging plants to the required depth for the plant species you have picked. For the Griselinia littoralis, I’ve used its 1 1/2 depths the pot in which they arrived in. I also dug the holes twice as big as the pot. This allows you to break up the soil and aid root growth and irrigation. Once planted you will need to water your hedges thoroughly. Given their lack of root structure in the new soil you need to make sure they have plenty of water to help sustain them and enable them to send out new growth and roots. Laying a seep hose or irrigation can help save time in watering your hedges and can be attached to a timer if need be. New hedges will need to be watered at least twice a week even daily if the temperature is high. Hedges are used frequently in garden design to mark out spaces, screen off views, hide parts of the garden and provide structure. Depending on the style of your garden hedging can be used in a formal or informal way. Formal hedging uses clipped straight lines to give a clean sharp and symmetrical viewpoint. Clipped box, yew or hornbeam are all classic examples of formal hedging. These are usually considered higher maintenance and can have a dramatic effect on the garden. Knot gardens often used clipped box as a low hedge to mark out the areas or parterre of the garden design. The key with these styles of hedges is order and symmetry. Informal garden hedging is far more relaxed and natural. Species such as Prunus spinosa, Cherry Laurel, Fuchsia and Hawthorn are often used as informal hedge species. They are usually less manicured, though not always, and have a softer look on a garden design. These are usually better for wildlife as they are not as tightly clipped and so can become home to nesting birds and insects. Always take care when clipping that there’s no nests or young birds in the hedge at that time! Laying a hedge really is quite simple. Not only are you providing a screen and windbreak but you are encouraging wildlife that will feed, take home and shelter in your new beautiful hedge.
Views: 67039 Garden Ninja Ltd
What to do in your March Garden?Video2/Garden Style nw
What to plant in late winter/early spring/How to prune Hydrangeas, grasses and native ferns. Before and after front porch clean-up. How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. Questions? You can email me at [email protected] or visit my website at GardenStylenw.com
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Key Elements of Traditional Chinese Scholar's Garden
For more news and videos visit ➡ ‪http://english.ntdtv.com‬ Follow us on Twitter ➡ ‪http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision‬ Add us on Facebook ➡ ‪http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C By Margaret Trey, PhD The serene beauty of The New York Chinese Scholar's Garden transports one back in time to ancient China. It's an authentic replica of Ming Dynasty-style Chinese gardens. [Lynn Kelly, Snug-Harbor Cultural Center, Botanical Garden President & CEO]: "The idea was proposed to build a replica of an actual Suzhou Garden right here in New York City but to do outside as opposed to inside in a building." The garden embodies several key elements found in every Chinese scholar's garden. [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "We have a Banana Leaf Gate here. It basically is a form—looks like a banana—where you've a doorway. The Chinese classical gardens all have unusual doorways. You've a Moon Gate over there, which every Chinese scholar's garden would have." [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "You have what they called 'Leaky Windows" over there, which lets you see part of the other side of the garden and wants to you see what's on the other side." Another type is the framed viewing window. [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "A lot of photographers would use that as a frame for a picture. So there are a lot of traditional items that this garden has that every other garden has." Water has a special symbolic meaning in a Chinese scholar's garden. It represents the essence of life. Hence waterfalls and waterways in the garden symbolize the flow and rejuvenation of life. [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "Almost every Chinese scholar's garden will have water, which will be the artery of the gardens. You'll have rocks which are basically the bones of the garden. And you'll have plant material, which will soften the garden." Likewise, rocks have a special meaning in traditional Chinese gardens. Four types of rocks are used in The New York Chinese Scholar's Garden. These include granite for building rockeries, stalagmite for vertical accents, small goose egg-shaped pebbles on the walkways and the mosaics of the courtyard, and the Lake Tai sculpture rocks. [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "Originally in ancient China, they mined these rocks from Lake Tai, outside of Suzhou. The lake itself was an acid lake, probably, and the rocks are a limestone rock. And the water as it moved around the rocks and through the rocks ate holes in them. The Chinese appreciate them or revere these rocks as a natural sculpture." The Lake Tai rocks symbolize wisdom and immortality. [Dr. Ron Altman, NY Chinese Scholar's Garden Representative Board Member]: "These Taihu rocks are definitely found in almost every Ming garden." Inside the teahouse, there's another type of sculpture rock—Lingbi rocks—one shaped like a phoenix or a dragon, the other like a buffalo or a pig. "The Lingbi rocks are very dense metallic rock. If you go over to it, very gently hit it with your fingernail, it'll actually ring like a bell. The Chinese used these rocks when they shaped them and they make bells out of them." The Chinese appreciated these rocks or viewing stones for their sheen, unusual shapes, and interesting veins, or cavities. This deep appreciation for rocks originates from ancient spiritual beliefs and close harmony with nature. Rocks and mountains are believed to exude energy. They symbolize the dwelling places of ancient Daoist immortals the Chinese scholars aspire to emulate. The concept of having huge natural sculpture rocks in the scholar's garden first started during the Tang Dynasty from 618 to 907 AD. Apparently Emperor Huizong from the Song Dynasty almost drained the imperial treasury looking for the rare Lake Tai rocks for his imperial garden. An avid painter, poet, and calligrapher himself, the emperor was so keen that he instructed the entire residents of two towns to search the lakebeds for these rocks. Rocks play an important role in Chinese poetry and landscape painting—a past time of the Chinese scholars as they seek refuge in their gardens. In the Ming-style garden, rocks, waterways, and plant life thus provide a serene and idyllic setting for the Chinese scholar—as he sits in his garden to do his calligraphy, his painting, or write his poetry.
Views: 27859 NTDTV
Living Spring Decor for your Front Door!/Garden Style nw
New and different! Living Spring Decor for your front door. Out with the wreath and in with living flowers. Learn how with the right container. Host and Nursery owner Debbie Cassidy Sunnycrest Nursery Florist & Decor Garden tips and tricks for your Sprig garden. GardenStylenw.com [email protected]
Views: 5008 Garden Style nw
Garden Decor: Create Your Secret Garden with IndeedDecor.com
http://IndeedDecor.com | Find inspiring Garden Decor ideas to transform your garden or backyard into a sanctuary of style. IndeedDecor.com helps you build and transform your backyard and outdoor space into a rustic garden retreat with furniture, accessories, tables and more from the curated collection at IndeedDecor.com.
Views: 8967 Indeed Decor
Permaculture Style Front Yard Winter Vegetable Garden Tour
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his front yard permaculture style urban raised bed vegetable garden. In this episode you will learn what John grew in the Winter in his frontyard organic garden in Zone 9b. You will discover how he is growing different fruits, berries and vegetables, as well as learn many of the varieties of vegetables he grows in the fall and winter season. Along the way you will learn a few things about growing food in the frontyard of a standard American tract home in the suburbs and how much food you can truly grow in the frontyard that can help to feed a family of 4 easily. Referenced Videos: First Episode, Tearing up the Grass in 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SO-2SVc8G0 Purchase John's Ashitaba seeds at: https://www.fiverr.com/groworganic/send-you-12-fresh-ashitaba-angelica-keiskei-seeds Support John by making your Juicer, Blender, Dehydrator or Fermentation Crock purchase at: http://www.discountjuicers.com/ Learn all about juicers at http://www.youtube.com/rawfoods/ Subscribe to Growing Your Greens at: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/
Mayesh Design Star: Garden Style for a Retail Florist
#MayeshDesignStar #floralarrangement #floraldesign In this episode, Christy shows 4 different price points for the garden style arrangement in a retail setting - a single bud vase, small, medium, and large designs. She also gives some insight on how she made her shop stand apart from other floral retailers in her area by finding her "purple cow". Featured product: eucalyptus, camellia, maiden hair fern, olive, Quicksand rose, fox glove, ranunculus, fever few, Bikini rose, Free Spirit rose, Juliet garden rose, tulips and godetia. Materials used: Vessels/containers from Accent Decor, Oasis floral netting, Design Master floral sealant, and Offray ribbon.
Garden Design and Landscape and Garden Courses
The Design Ecademy Garden Style & Design Good design is intuitive to a certain extent, but to ensure success from the outset you need to understand how the various components work together to create a successful, harmonious landscape and garden design. In this section of the course you will learn to recognise and recreate a variety of garden styles whatever your personal preferences. You will also learn the vocabulary and industry terminology to communicate confidently with fellow designers, contractors and architects. To find out more, visit our website at: http://www.thedesignecademy.com/
Views: 4976 TheDesignEcademy
How to make a start at your garden design
Caroline Tilston, author of the Garden Style Guides, gives you a quick introduction to the essentials for getting started in your garden or outside space
Views: 9508 CapstonePublishing
Patio Ideas - Beautiful Patio Designs For Your Backyard
Patio Ideas and Designs That Will Make Your Yard Pretty. If you are wanting to create a beautiful yard and need some ideas for your patio than watching this video will help you get that built. In this video we will show you several patios with bricks, fireplaces, pergolas, porches, stone and more. Here are some related videos that will help you find the perfect Design: Budget Patio Design Ideas, Decorating on Budget https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBVu9i6-wfw Cozy Patio Ideas for Small Spaces https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2mosuwusqA Patio Covers Reviews - Styles Ideas and Designs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwAKJUdwf4k Backyard Patio Hardscape Design Ideas Contractor in Hanover, PA... RYAN'S LANDSCAPING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-n-AJfusDvg 48 Beautiful Patio Ideas and Designs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0FvGZ1y8lU Outdoor Kitchen, Grill and Patio Ideas 5 24 14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIcUhAtQ8QU Brick Patio Designs | Brick Paver Patio Designs | Brick Patio Design Ideas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDthXr3h3Rk Backyard Patio Designs | Backyard Patio Designs With Fireplace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9R-vRQ_MrY Charming Small and Tiny Patio Garden Design Ideas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9CWg0m8f-U Building a paver patio and firepit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuOUKo5wS54
Views: 739056 OutdoorLife
Rochelle Greayer's Garden Styling Tips
Thoughts on garden design and the adventure of building a beautiful outdoor space from author of Cutivating Garden Style, Rochelle Greayer.
Views: 274 Rochelle Greayer
Growing Potatoes  in a Potato-Grow BOX - Urban Garden Style!
If you're trying to grow lots of potatoes in a small space, this just might be a good way to do it. I'm hoping to get a yield that is comparable to 4 or 5 potato grow bags, all within a 2 foot by 3 foot area! We've had lots of rain lately. But my potatoes are coming along nicely after 7 weeks. Of course, only time will tell. But while I wait for the fall harvest, I wanted to share my new idea for this year. ================================== Support AlboPepper.com and get some cool garden shirts that I designed myself: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/albopepper/ ==================================
How to plant a Sun loving container with warm colors!/Garden Style nw
Gorgeous sun loving container!/How to advice for the new and advanced gardener. My website www.GardenStylenw.com or email: [email protected]
Views: 12755 Garden Style nw
Garden Tour with Ansis Birznieks / Perennials in shade
Vertimas į lietuvių kalbą - spauskite CC dešiniajame ekrano kampe. See bellow more information about this video. Here you can see a wonderful garden tour with perennials for shade. Ansis Birznieks will be speaker in the garden design conference "Garden Style" on 26th August 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania. He will give a speech "“5 Success Factors to Create an Impressive Garden” (Analysis of 3 gardens: design, implementation and maintenance). A blooming meadow, modern perennial flower beds, beautiful private courtyards – a lot of naturalistic design variations have already been implemented, take this experience with you. The garden you see in this video is one of those 3 gardens that will be analyzed in his speech. A. Birznieks is the owner of the horticulture company “Galantus”, works in Latvia. MORE ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: http://gardenstyle.lt/ If you like this video, press the "like" button and share it with your friends!
Views: 8117 Geltonas Karutis

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