From the monthly archives: January 2015

Flowerbed for shady places

By On 30 January 2015

The presented project of a flowerbed is suitable for shade or semi-shade habitats . You can use it in your home gardens.

Flowerbed of irregular shape and rounded shapes. It is recommended for naturalistic gardens with freely outlined paths. The dominant color here is the green of Norway spruce  ‘Pusch’ and Juniperus sabina, which is […]

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This week we will tackle the issue of sun exposure. Just as in the case of habitat and soil conditions, also lighting has a significant influence on the way we design our garden.

Plants have varying light preferences. Some of them love the sun, others are better off in the shade. To plant correctly and […]

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Garden in the Arts&Crafts style

By On 23 January 2015

The style of this garden project refers to the Arts & Crafts trend. Its mysterious atmosphere was created  through the use of high vegetation, which also divides the garden into places of different functions and destinations.

There is a place for calm and relaxation in a quiet area as well as playing with children, or […]

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The amount of nutrients in the soil is a very important piece of information upon which depends whether we can allow ourselves to plant demanding greenery or if it would be better to choose plants which do not require a lot when it comes to their habitat.

Soil which does not contain a lot […]

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Flowerbed in a modern style

By On 16 January 2015

Flowerbed in a modern style of dimensions. Suitable for home gardens of modernist style with a geometric arrangement of paths and strong contrasts in the garden area.

Project of a flowerbed refers to the modern building structure.

Species selection is dictated primarily by functionality as evidenced by the use of less demanding grasses such […]

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The importance of determining soil’s pH value is reflected by how plants chosen wrongly when it comes to soil acidity manifest undesired effects or have their growth stunted.

We can test the pH value of the soil in our garden and choose the plants accordingly to ensure they have good conditions for growth and […]

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Garden in the shabby chic style

By On 9 January 2015

A small city garden of terraced houses is an object of the metamorphosis. The crucial inspirations in creating the concept were: shabby chic style, atmosphere of Provence, or romantic suburban English gardens.

The arrangement of the garden reminds the Mediterranean climate, but it also corresponds to the Polish environment. Two zones were explicitly designated in […]

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Last week we discussed the proper way of conducting area inventory and updating our map. Having done that, it is necessary to conduct a series of analyses which will help us determine what soil conditions are prevailing on our lot and plan the steps to improve them.

We need to test the soil’s pH […]

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Flowerbed for sunny places

By On 2 January 2015

This style of a flowerbed refers to a formal style with a symmetrical composition of plants. Linear planting arrangement emphasizes the flowerbed zones. In the central part there are higher shrubs, e.g. Norway spruce ‘Pusch’ and Norway spruce ‘Little Gem’.

Lower parts are formed by Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’, white spruce ‘Alberta Globe’ and Berberis […]

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