RMABE14T–Green Virginia Creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, growing up a brick wall Spring Summer
RMEXRABE–1920s UK Popular Gardening Magazine Cover
RMKRD3A5–Front cover of Home Gardening magazine featuring an impressive display of chrysanthemum blooms, and a small diagram advising on the nipping out of buds to ensure one large flower per stem. Date: 1932
RMEABHDA–My Home, Statue, 1932 cover of the English home and lifestyle magazine for the new suburban middle class, a couple place a new ornament in their garden
RM2A815C9–Vintage American 1890's Horticultural magazine 'Wild Flowers of America' Front Cover 1894 'The Botanical Fine Art Weekly by G H Buek & Co USA
RMPFPTN6–Eschscholzia seedlings covered with wire mesh forming protective cover
RMD96PXK–Gardening. In the foreground gardeners are pruning, left, and staking a potted plant, right. In the background a third man is adjusting the cover of a cold frame. The cover had a dual purpose as it could be used to exclude light when a crop was being blanched, or to act as insulation in cold weather. Illustration by Oscar Pletsch (1830-1888) German illustrator, particularly of children's books. (1871). Chromolithograph.
RM2BKNP5G–Garden Kalendar 1751 - 1773, gardening and nature notes by the British naturalist Gilbert White, front cover of the book
RF2AYMRPH–Antique vintage line art illustration, engraving or drawing of rose tree with protective cover growing in plant or flower pot.Gardening concept.
RF2JFN847–Sugar snap pees grow in a raised garden bed. Nets are used as snail protection.
RMTXH22C–Gardening, 1871. In the foreground gardeners are pruning, left, and staking a potted plant, right. In the background a third man is adjusting the cover of a cold frame. The cover had a dual purpose as it could be used to exclude light when a crop was being blanched, or to act as insulation in cold weather. Illustration by Oscar Pletsch (1830-1888) [Saxon State and University Library] German illustrator, particularly of children's books. (1871). Chromolithograph.
RMDTT39H–Vegetables growing in garden under plastic cover
RM2F90N5R–Lysimachia congestiflora, ground cover plant, Creeping Jenny, with clusters of bright yellow flowers and green leaves growing in a container
RF2C4W6HR–green young leaves covering a wall. Natural background
RFJ88G1K–Bark used as floor covering
RMJGHGHY–Hoop house gardening, greens, irrigation hoses
RM2A9CD2R–wooden,garden,shed,sheds,gardens,gardening,hut,attractive,garden feature,potting shed,covered with clematis,climber,creeper,cover,RM Floral
RMAWE2WC–Cover of Home Gardening magazine 1931
RMAPGPMX–Green Virginia Creeper growing up a brick wall with large windows Spring Summer
RMEXPD2W–1950s UK Do it yourself Magazine Cover
RMCBYYWW–Arugula and other vegetables under a fabric row cover in a raised bed.
RF2B6WB1C–Empty plastic seedling box with transparent cover isolated on white
RMPFM809–Man's hands spreading a bark mulch under a plant with small white flowers to cover all exposed soil.
RMMF62Y9–woodchips for ground maintenance
RM2B699FT–'Indoor Gardening' front cover of children's Ladybird book with a terracotta pot of cacit cactus in flower flowering England UK. KATHY DEWITT
RM2JWYMG6–Book cover of Water gardening by Peter Robinson
RFW4BD38–Alyssum flowers are characteristically small and grouped in terminal clusters they are often yellow or white colored but can be pink or purple.
RF2C3J4KG–Interior with a glass entrance door and green wall with vertical gardening. Style loft. 3D visualization.
RFGND521–Growing vegetables with plastic cover as protection in garden. Concept of gardening, plant cultivation and food production.
RM2F90N5M–Lysimachia congestiflora, ground cover plant, Creeping Jenny, with clusters of bright yellow flowers and green leaves growing in a container
RF2BH5FWC–Plastic cover using PVC pipe to protect vegetable and provide greenhouse effect on small garden plot
RFP547BG–Lamb's ears in flower, Stachys in a Devon garden. Often has the flowers cut off and used for ground cover.
RM2J8TNGM–Original copy of The Gourmet's Garden by Douglas Bartram, Garden Book Club Edition, 1964 121 Charing Cross Road, London, U.K.
RFJDEB15–Lamb's Ear, a non-flowering ground cover growing in Bellevue, Washington, USA.
RFAWE2WA–Cover of Home Gardening magazine 1932
RFS26KEB–Flowering ground cover plant
RMEXPD2T–1950s UK Do It Yourself Magazine Cover
RMKRD39X–Home Gardening magazine, December 1931
RMCBYYWR–Bok Choy and other vegetables under a fabric row cover in a raised bed.
RMH0CT3E–Ground cover plant growing between rocks and bricks.
RMPFPJC0–Cabbages in vegetable plot protected by netting
RM2F2PD7J–Lettuce, Swiss chard 'Silber', 'Rainbow' (Beta vulgaris) in the vegetable patch, fleece cover as protection against the cold
RMPXH300–Sunny Pollinator Field, Macomb County, Michigan
RM2F84FMG–Wood chips, ground cover, mulch, fuel, combustible material
RMRN810T–A stack of bags of Smart Ground Cover decorative mulch in a garden centre
RF2C3J4M6–Interior with a glass entrance door and green wall with vertical gardening. Style loft. 3D visualization.
RF2G20H8E–Spring blossoming of pink creeping phlox - Phlox subulata or moss phlox in stony garden. Perennial ground cover blooming plant. Gardening, floricultur
RMERGG4N–Lilliput (magazine) - front cover.July 1942. World War 2 illustration from forces magazine. Wife shows soldier husband on leave that she is growing raddishes on a tree, also lettuce patch and carrots. Gardens turned over from flowers to vegetable production as supply lines were cut off to Britain as this point in World War II.