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Landscaping. step by step КНИГИ ;ДИЗАЙН Название: Landscaping. step by step Издательство: larger houses and Gardens Год: 2007 Страниц: 408 ISBN: 0696230828 Формат: PDF Язык: Английский Размер: 30 MBLandscaping - руководство имеет все, что вам нужно, чтобы знать как преобразовывают ваш участок. Более seven hundred ошеломляющих фотографий и a hundred полных пошаговых проектов показывают вам, как улучшить ландшафтный дизайн.Скачать.com uploading.com letitbit.net eighty five 1 2 three four five

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They will climb wire or thin trellis unaided. To get some of them to grow up a wood surface, you may need to attach string support. Vines can completely cover a chain-link fence, but more-elegant structures look better with vines that accent, not hide, them. Also consider the strength of the fence or screen when selecting vines. ) • Colors come alive against a fence or screen. Blue delphiniums, lost without a background, stand out when displayed against white. • Fences and screens can create new microclimates, resulting in new growing opportunities.

All have early catkin blooms that herald spring and leaves that turn yellow in autumn. All are short-lived and subject to many pests. River birch needs more moisture but resists problems better. 'Heritage' is an improved cultivar. C o m m e n t s : The prunus group, with more than 400 species, includes all the stone fruits, from chokecherry to cherry laurel. Many of these are excellent choices for edible landscaping. If you don't want fruit, use purely ornamental kinds. Most are low growing and decorative, with clouds of spring flowers, single or double, in white, pink, or rose.

104 T he vine-covered arbor or trellis makes a cool garden wall, curtained in green and decorated with dappled sunlight and fragrant flowers. The privacy and shade it offers rival those of a tree, but in a half season instead of a decade and in a width as narrow as a single foot. The secret to enjoying vines, instead of fighting them, is to understand their individual traits, then match the right vines to your needs— whether that be cottage garden fragrance, a formal feeling, spring bloom, fall color, fruit production, or to frame a view or screen it.

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