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1,077 Likes, 7 Comments - Glitter Guide (@glitterguide) on Instagram: “This dreamy California setup is inspiring us to invite our best girls over for brunch ASAP. It's…”

1,077 Likes, 7 Comments - Glitter Guide (@glitterguide) on Instagram: “This dreamy California setup is inspiring us to invite our best girls over for brunch ASAP. It's…”

the lattice screen at the back grounds the seating area-nice addition-luxespecs.com

the lattice screen at the back grounds the seating area-nice addition-luxespecs.com

Japanese garden terrarium features a realistic miniature garden scene complete with a tiny stone pagoda (style varies) surrounded by fresh live moss

Japanese garden terrarium features a realistic miniature garden scene complete with a tiny stone pagoda (style varies) surrounded by fresh live moss

Para delimitar o espaço com plantas, a paisagista Claudia optou por pedriscos. A área foi cercada por uma ripa de madeira colada no piso. A solução é mais barata que o uso de deque de madeira

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Para delimitar o espaço com plantas, a paisagista Claudia optou por pedriscos. A área foi cercada por uma ripa de madeira colada no piso. A solução é mais barata que o uso de deque de madeira

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We love to use inexpensive Majesty palms everywhere—in rooms that need a little life and on patios and porches. It makes a gorgeous “thriller” plant in a big outdoor container—with showy Tropic Escape mandevilla and hibiscus surrounding its base.  Botanic name:  Ravenea rivularis  Care tip: Majesty palms like moist soil, but don’t allow them to dry out or sit in water.  http://www.costafarms.com/Public/PlantLibraryView.aspx?Id=47

We love to use inexpensive Majesty palms everywhere—in rooms that need a little life and on patios and porches. It makes a gorgeous “thriller” plant in a big outdoor container—with showy Tropic Escape mandevilla and hibiscus surrounding its base. Botanic name: Ravenea rivularis Care tip: Majesty palms like moist soil, but don’t allow them to dry out or sit in water. http://www.costafarms.com/Public/PlantLibraryView.aspx?Id=47

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