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GARDEN DESIGN-Designing Structure can be the most challenging, yet the most fun part of developing spatial design. Once you create a bubble diagram to organize your outdoor spaces, the next step is defining the structure of those spaces (officially called a form composition study).  Will your garden be informal, formal, rectilinear or geometric? Look to the architecture of your house as inspiration or maybe you are drawn to a particular garden style. Structure can also evolve from a theme

Feb 20 Designing Your Garden: Defining Structure

GARDEN DESIGN-Designing Structure can be the most challenging, yet the most fun part of developing spatial design. Once you create a bubble diagram to organize your outdoor spaces, the next step is defining the structure of those spaces (officially called a form composition study). Will your garden be informal, formal, rectilinear or geometric? Look to the architecture of your house as inspiration or maybe you are drawn to a particular garden style. Structure can also evolve from a theme

Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

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10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden Kill Ants  Ants can be an enormous hassle for any gardener. Get the anthill damp and then pour baking soda on it. Half an hour later, add some vinegar to the anthill and the ants will ingest the mixture and die, making your garden ant-free!

10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden -

10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden Kill Ants Ants can be an enormous hassle for any gardener. Get the anthill damp and then pour baking soda on it. Half an hour later, add some vinegar to the anthill and the ants will ingest the mixture and die, making your garden ant-free!

Grape Arbor Plans | Inspire Your Garden With A Trellis | Dig This Design

Inspire Your Garden With A Trellis

Hometalk :: Native, Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Yard via http://www.hometalk.com/

Native, Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Yard

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