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3 Comments

  • Fred Thompson
    This is a very exiting scene . The problem is it needs more colors. The ground needs to have ground color . At least three of your favorite.
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  • HGTVMallory
    Great extra tip, Fred!
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  • Janet McMillan
    he table and chairs are too close to the honeysuckle (?) bushes. The bushes will soon be intruding onto the deck. I'd add some kind of metal trellis/divider around that corner to delineate that area. You could cut back the bushes and install a few vines that have colorful flowers to climb up the divider.
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  • CaraMay
    I love the green against the slate gray
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  • snowmaninsnowcountry
    Definitely the greens have the accent of popping out against the slate
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  • J's GardeningCrew
    What used in past to create self watering pots: • Water proof the exterior finish and seal the inner side w/ roof coating asphaltum. • Pot inside of a larger pot and use interior basin saucer. • Plumbed to drip irrigation tubing or bubblers on a censored timer. • Used Styrofoam chips in the soil and inner pot lining, to hold water. • Placed oversize Tikki Torch cloth wicks down center to saucer. • Emerged plastic tubing in the vertical length of the pot, to act as water reservoir conduit. • Topdressed w/ other size bark chips or river rocks to prevent rate of soil evaporation.
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