2,974 Autumn in the wild garden Home Design Photos

Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
Autumn in the wild garden,threadgrass,Little Bluestem,Gayfeather,Cherry Sage,White Sand Stars,Red Yucca,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Autumn in the wild garden,threadgrass,Little Bluestem,Gayfeather,Cherry Sage,White Sand Stars,Red Yucca
Autumn in the wild garden
“i like this sort of layer and texture” — 1160mission
John J. Kehoe Photography
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
California Wild Grape adorning a doorway at a private residence.
Vitis 'Roger's Red' aka Calif. wild grape....click "more info" under pic.
Plant california Wild Grape along chain link, just make sure dogs don't eat
Love the autumn red of Roger’s California Grape, and
California Wild Grape - Vitis Californica
CA native plants: California wild grape
California wild grape is drought tolerant once it’s established. Growing up to 40 feet in length, it can easily be contained with proper pruning. In my garden it’s pruned to about 16 feet wide.
table grapes. Autumn: Colorful foliage; the leaves change to bright reds, oranges and yellows; the grapes will continue to ripen, then start to dry, like raisins Winter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.
“buganvilla” — Paradigma Inversiones SA
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
some part of Orchard Villa private garden
Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia) An all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully
cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible staying power. Plant with purple Frikart’s aster or ornamental grasses for a glorious autumn display. USDA
interest in your natural garden, allow some plants to turn to seed. The following spring you’ll have new seedlings coming up in glorious profusion. This freestyle method of gardening does not suit everyone, particularly people with small gardens. Contemporary natural gardeners might prefer to plant s
“Blackened susans” — merrybshouse
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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
aggressive and I would recommend using it sparingly... The Alliums are common chives, and we also used Sedum 'Autumn Joy', Iris 'Caesar's Brother', Alchemilla mollis, and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is very tough. Good luck!
I love the colors....can you tell me are the yellow/green flowers in the background are they sedum autumn joy ..if not what are they? the spikey silver leaves in front of the yellow/green flower...what are they called? Thank you!
Wild looking texture color native landscape
The salvia we used here is actually Salvia 'May Night'. The lamb's ear has been very aggressive and I would recommend using it sparingly... The Alliums are common chives, and we also used Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
“Garden” — mtlarson
Todd Haiman Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Blue Bench
The natural garden with mown pathways.
natural ....wild flowers. trimmed pathways
Good for bees, creates the feeling of a wild, magical place!
Minimum mowing and wild flowers in the longer grass. Perfect placement of garden seat.
Add a gentle contrastThe lush planting of this wild garden is very gently punctuated by a blue painted bench in the distance. It creates a soft focal point amid all the green without jumping out at you, and
If a clump of trees in your garden forms a natural canopy, clear an area underneath for picnics. It’s quick, and it won’t cost you a penny!
Keep it simple A mown path through a wooded patch and a sprinkling of cow parsley can be all you need, as this inviting garden shows. I love the idea of sitting
“Path” — Jerri Crager
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
do not want the garden to have a wild english style
love the wild english garden style (around the perimeter not covering the entire place)
(Echinacea purpurea), yellowbells (Tecoma stans) and autumn sage (Salvia gregii). Planting perennials in the fall gives them the cooler months to establish deep, healthy roots, so your spring growth will be much larger and robust.
The flair of cottage garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian
look is the image most people have of a traditional English country garden.
This might be a good garden to wrap up this design lesson with. It might sound obvious, but assuming you have at least average gardening skills, your plants will grow larger than they were the day you installed them. Unlike interior
“Varied plants” — rlvalverde
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
love the colors and wild look
Designing Your Hillside Garden Creativity is in order in planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary
Japanese blood grass , sedum autumn joy
boulders in garden beds and lush planting
Red grass! Love the wild look
deep rose flowers are sedum 'Autumn Joy', pennisetum grass on the rocks, Japanese Blood grass in the foreground.
Designing Your Hillside GardenCreativity is in order in planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary, with clean lines, a block planting of a single species or cultivar may be in order. If your aesthetic
texture, plants that move at the slightest breeze and those that don’t. The juxtaposition will add another layer of interest to your garden.
“Butterfly bushes!” — leighmcgee
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Amazing gardens! Can you identify the residence in some way?
My guess is sweet autumn clematis? Or maybe Jasmine?
Is this vine flowering all summer, or just for a short period of time like the other type of clematis? I love this garden. You did a fantastic job!
These are Clematis paniculata, Autumn Clematis, two years after planting!
These vines are Autumn Clematis, Clematis paniculata. They are planted behind the boxwood hedge because they like shaded roots and
Also known as Sweet Autumn. Very fragrant and lovely.
Is the sweet autumn clematis planted in pots? I have planted in ground but wasn't sure how well it would do (or how long it could withstand) in a planter vs ground?
Autumn clematis growing over the fence (dies back each fall)
“WHITE!!!! garden, house, everything” — mandacouch
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