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A simple bowl of spring bulbs, if necessary dug straight out of the garden, and once bloomed and faded, put back in the soil, can give an entrance hall a lovely welcoming and cheerful Spring feel.
sun to full shade, depending on variety Height: 5 to 12 inches Bloom time: February and March Planting tips: Bulbs are fragile, so plant as soon as possible.
the bigger-flowered 'Sam Arnott' with heart-shaped green markings. USDA zones: 3 to 9 Sun requirement: Full sun to full shade, depending on variety Height: 5 to 12 inches Bloom time: February and March Planting tips: Bulbs are fragile, so plant as soon as possible.
and the bigger-flowered 'Sam Arnott' with heart-shaped green markings. USDA zones: 3 to 9 Sun requirement: Full sun to full shade, depending on variety Height: 5 to 12 inches Bloom time: February and March Planting tips: Bulbs are fragile, so plant as soon as possible.
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The New York Botanical Garden
Snowdrop, Galanthus nivalis
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Snowdrop (Galanthus) USDA zones: 3 to 8 Bloom period: Early spring Height: 6 to 12 inches How to plant: 3 to 4 inches deep and 3 inches apart Light requirement: Full sun when in bloom; light shade at other times Water requirement: Regular water throughout the year (unless
Snowdrop (Galanthus) USDA zones: 3 to 8 Bloom period: Early spring Height: 6 to 12 inches How to plant: 3 to 4 inches deep and 3 inches apart Light requirement: Full sun when in bloom; light shade at other times
Snowdrop(Galanthus)USDA zones: 3 to 8Bloom period: Early springHeight: 6 to 12 inchesHow to plant: 3 to 4 inches deep and 3 inches apartLight requirement: Full sun when in bloom; light shade at other timesWater requirement: Regular water throughout the year (unless the soil is covered in snow)This is
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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Blanket Flower (Gaillardia pulchella) Blanket flower is a reseeding annual that features trustworthy blooms in shades of red, yellow and orange, making it a perfect addition to your fall-hued garden. Great for meadows and wildflower gardens” as well as for perennial
‘Goblin’ cultivar is a favorite with its showy flowers and incredible bloom time. ‘Burgundy’ is another excellent choice that stands 2 to 3 feet tall with deep red flowers. USDA zones: 3 to 10 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 3 feet
start to die back, divide in early spring. Cutting for arrangements will encourage repeat blooms.
low water usage, atttractive flowers in great light
“garden - blanket flower” — 1nspired_me
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requirement: Prefers plentiful water; drought tolerant once established Light requirement: Full sun is best; tolerates partial shade Mature size: 18 to 24 inches
glorious autumn display. USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Prefers plentiful water; drought tolerant once established Light requirement: Full sun is best; tolerates partial shade Mature size: 18 to 24 inches
and Autumn Joy sedum.USDA zones: 5a to 10aWater requirement: Average to lowLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 3 feet tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter.How to grow
glorious autumn display. USDA zones: 3 to 9Water requirement: Prefers plentiful water; drought tolerant once establishedLight requirement: Full sun is best; tolerates partial shadeMature size: 18 to 24 inches More about growing black-eyed Susan
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Atlantic Archives, Inc.
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Atlantic Archives Images
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(and supereasy) centerpiece. Just plunk one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
supereasy) centerpiece. Just plunk one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
narrow table and light weight chairs for the porch
Use soda bottles as vases. A row of tall, slender soda bottles lined up in the middle of a table makes a pretty (and supereasy) centerpiece. Just plunk one bloom in each vase
bottles as vases. A row of tall, slender soda bottles lined up in the middle of a table makes a pretty (and supereasy) centerpiece. Just plunk one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
bottles as vases. A row of tall, slender soda bottles lined up in the middle of a table makes a pretty (and supereasy) centerpiece. Just plunk one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
“Simple screens - love the chairs” — carioldvillage1518
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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(Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no
(Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more
(Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November.
“Color and low height” — vagrammie
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Meadow
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moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late summer, it is a welcome addition during an often quiet time for blooming garden plants. R. laciniata can also take a fair amount of shade, unlike all the other plants listed here.
moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late summer, it is a welcome addition during an often quiet time for blooming garden plants. R. laciniata can also take a fair amount of shade, unlike all the other plants listed here, which is a plus if you have dark
plant it in a large area. It prefers moist soil and can have a tendency to flop if it’s not in a preferred spot. Blooming in late summer R. laciniata can also take a fair amount of shade,
“Walk as edge to planting” — lindaopstad
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Dining Room Makeover
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I'vebeen told a black shaded chandelier does not gtive off good light.
Any idea where the light over the dining table is from? thanks!
to the lighting because of all the angles and we really had to plan each fixture out. Thank you for the complement! Anne Vernon Rooms & Blooms
It really depends on the fabric of the shade. This fabric is fairly shear, so the light does shine through. With this particular fixture the light is meant
Hi There, The chandelier is from Eurofase lighting. It is an oval fixture and compliments a rectangular table beautifully! Anne Vernon Rooms & Blooms
meant to bounce off the hanging crystals and light the table below as opposed to lighting the whole room. This makes the dining experience more intimate.
“Eurofase Lighting Penchant” — cbobotis
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