Lake House Two - Exterior

Ben Benschneider

Modelo de fachada moderna con revestimiento de madera y techo verde —  Houzz
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Marta Byrne se ha añadido esto a Pregunta al experto: Conoce los beneficios de una cubierta vegetal 16 de septiembre de 2016

Una cubierta verde o vegetada es una superficie de cubrimiento, plana o inclinada, preparada para acomodar vegetación, de forma extensiva, semi intensiva o ajardinada (intensiva). Se compone de un sistema multicapa que recubre generalmente una estructura rígida y consiste en una membrana impermeable de alta calidad con una protección antiraíces, una capa de drenaje, una capa separadora de geotextil y el sustrato o medio alternativo para el crecimiento de la vegetación. El espesor de este sistema puede variar conforme la circunstancia y el tipo de ajardinamiento.Características, instalación e inconvenientes de las cubiertas verdes

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mtwilkis12 se ha añadido esto a Landscaping 24 de septiembre de 2020

wholly time for ground cover vs grass. good to minus 25

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Tatiana L se ha añadido esto a Front Entry Courtyard 10 de septiembre de 2020

So Long, Lawn: 6 Walkable Ground Covers to Consider https://www.houzz.com/magazine/so-long-lawn-6-walkable-ground-covers-to-consider-stsetivw-vs~95482236? These trample-proof, low-water plants can lower your water bill while greening up your garden A ground cover plant that can replace a traditional lawn grass often has to satisfy a wide range of criteria. Primarily, the plant must be walkable: It has to be very resilient, able to recover quickly from being trodden upon and also have a flat, low-growing habit — ideally without large clumps or twiggy branches. For lawn replacements or anything planted in large swaths, in a dry climate, we’re also looking for a ground cover that thrives in low-water conditions. Plus, we’d like it to be generally low-maintenance and look good year-round. While it’s tough to find many plants that fit every criterion on our list, the following six score high marks in almost all of those categories. They’re low-water, walkable ground covers that are friendly to feet and the environment. Gardeners in mild climates can plant ground covers now so they can establish over winter and be ready to spring into growth in the new year. In cold-winter climates, gardeners should plan now and wait until spring to plant. 1. Creeping Thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus and T. serpyllum) Native to Europe and North Africa Useful as a lawn replacement and planted between pavers, creeping thyme is a very versatile, walkable ground cover that grows to about 4 inches tall. “Elfin” thyme is one of the lowest-growing varieties (staying below 2 inches) but doesn’t spread to form a mat as quickly as woolly thyme (T. pseudolanuginosus). When crushed, thyme leaves give off a pleasant herbal scent. Walkability: All thyme varieties tolerate moderate food traffic, but those with a silvery, fuzzy appearance like woolly thyme (T. pseudolanuginosus) are the toughest and often stay fairly flat, rather than forming mounds. Where it will grow: Hardy to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 31.7 degrees Celsius (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) Water requirement: Low to moderate Light requirement: Full sun

beautifythehome
beautifythehome se ha añadido esto a back yard 9 de septiembre de 2020

Creeping Thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus and T. serpyllum) Native to Europe and North Africa Useful as a lawn replacement and planted between pavers, creeping thyme is a very versatile, walkable ground cover that grows to about 4 inches tall. “Elfin” thyme is one of the lowest-growing varieties (staying below 2 inches) but doesn’t spread to form a mat as quickly as woolly thyme (T. pseudolanuginosus). When crushed, thyme leaves give off a pleasant herbal scent.

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M J se ha añadido esto a outside 9 de septiembre de 2020

. Creeping Thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus and T. serpyllum) Native to Europe and North Africa Useful as a lawn replacement and planted between pavers, creeping thyme is a very versatile, walkable ground cover that grows to about 4 inches tall. “Elfin” thyme is one of the lowest-growing varieties (staying below 2 inches) but doesn’t spread to form a mat as quickly as woolly thyme (T. pseudolanuginosus). When crushed, thyme leaves give off a pleasant herbal scent. Walkability: All thyme varieties tolerate moderate food traffic, but those with a silvery, fuzzy appearance like woolly thyme (T. pseudolanuginosus) are the toughest and often stay fairly flat, rather than forming mounds. Where it will grow: Hardy to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 31.7 degrees Celsius (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) Water requirement: Low to moderate Light requirement: Full sun

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