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A cool way to grow vines up the side of the house without having them root on your siding.

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A cool way to grow vines up the side of the house without having them root on your siding.

La arquitectura verde aprende artes marciales en México

La arquitectura verde aprende artes marciales en México

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Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants providing privacy for your patio.

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Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants providing privacy for your patio.

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“I wanted to transform the dividing wall into a living wall,” says garden designer Terry McGlade, so he planted low-maintenance ‘Thorndale’ ivy and fitted the wall with a grid of stainless-steel cables on which the ivy could climb.

Garden design: Contemporary outdoor oasis

“I wanted to transform the dividing wall into a living wall,” says garden designer Terry McGlade, so he planted low-maintenance ‘Thorndale’ ivy and fitted the wall with a grid of stainless-steel cables on which the ivy could climb.

The Prudent Homemaker - "This is such a beautifully done edible landscape on the side of a house that I just had to share. The house is in South Africa.If you look carefully, these are great fall/winter/early spring plants: Leeks, beets, chard, lettuce, green onions, snow peas, rhubarb and strawberries (those would be early spring). These are also plants that can handle some shade, which is important on the side of the house. The hedges are rosemary."

Garden Visit: Julie's Soothing Green and White Palette in Cape Town

The Prudent Homemaker - "This is such a beautifully done edible landscape on the side of a house that I just had to share. The house is in South Africa.If you look carefully, these are great fall/winter/early spring plants: Leeks, beets, chard, lettuce, green onions, snow peas, rhubarb and strawberries (those would be early spring). These are also plants that can handle some shade, which is important on the side of the house. The hedges are rosemary."

Anouska Hempel Design | Architects, Interior Design, Landscapes, Product Design and Furniture

Anouska Hempel Design | Architects, Interior Design, Landscapes, Product Design and Furniture

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