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Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Long-Beaked Sedge
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sedge (Carex sprengelii) - flowers in spring to early summer - 1-3 feet tall
Here’s a sedge that keeps its color even in snow (many do, but this one is especially good, I’ve been told). It’s long-beaked sedge (Carex sprengelii). It gets nice flowers in spring to early summer, like most sedges, and
its color even in snow (many do, but this one is especially good, I’ve been told). It’s long-beaked sedge (Carex sprengelii). It gets nice flowers in spring to early summer, like most sedges, and its leaves are a bit wider. In drier, sunnier spots, it might only be 1 foot tall, whereas in wetter or shadier
its color even in snow (many do, but this one is especially good, I’ve been told). It’s long-beaked sedge (Carex sprengelii). It gets nice flowers in spring to early summer, like most sedges, and its leaves are a bit wider. In drier, sunnier spots, it might only be 1 foot tall, whereas in wetter or shadier
“wonder if it grows in zone 3” — gulllake
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Moss elements in the garden
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with one of these two recipes, which are said to work equally well. For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation is low (that is, in spring or fall). Yogurt base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with a large carton of plain yogurt. Slowly add buttermilk to form a slurry. Beer base:
with one of these two recipes, which are said to work equally well. For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation is low (that is, in spring or fall). 1.Yogurt base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with a large carton of plain yogurt. Slowly add buttermilk to form a slurry. 2.Beer
with one of these two recipes, which are said to work equally well.For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation is low (that is, in spring or fall).Yogurt base: Blend several handfuls of native moss with a large carton of plain yogurt. Slowly add buttermilk to form a slurry.Beer base:
“Moss smoothie. If you are impatient for nature to take its course, you can easily kick-start a moss” — uldamali
Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the edges of ponds. In areas with warm summers, give then some light shade or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed in the direction you want them to grow. They can be set out in spring as well.
I'm sure this was photo-shopped but I still love the spring green next to the magenta!!!
requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 2½ to 3 feet tall and 2 to 2½ feet wide Bloom time: Mid- to late spring
appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the edges of ponds. In areas with warm summers, give then some light shade or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed in the direction you want them to grow. They can be set out in spring as well.Louisiana
“Deer resistant plant = iris” — kkaccordion
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Holiday Container Gardens
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Nice spring live bulb plantings really stunning
Spring interest: • Hide pots of flowering white daffodils behind the gardenia. Summer interest (shown): • Replace spring bulbs with white cosmos or wand flower (Gaura lindheimeri).
(shown): • Replace spring bulbs with white cosmos or wand flower (Gaura lindheimeri).
Spring interest:• Hide pots of flowering white daffodils behind the gardenia.Summer interest (shown):• Replace spring bulbs with white cosmos or wand flower (Gaura lindheimeri).
“Potted white wand flowers” — Hilda Rosselli
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'Gro-Low' aromatic sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low')
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'Gro-Low' sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low', zones 3 to 9), and it's not poisonous in the least. Grow it for its glossy blue-green leaves, buttery-yellow spring flowers, fuzzy red fruit in late summer and fire-engine-crimson fall color. This plant is one tough cookie and grows great in shade, but it picks up
'Gro-Low' sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low', zones 3 to 9), and it's not poisonous in the least. Grow it for its glossy blue-green leaves, buttery-yellow spring flowers, fuzzy red fruit in late summer and fire-engine-crimson fall color. grows great in shade, but picks up steam faster with sun and heat
low-grow sumac is not poisonous -- butter-yellow spring flowers, blue-green leaves with fuzzy red fruit in late summer, then fire-engine red fall cover. grows great in shade but doesn't mind sun and heat
“Beautiful” — Michelle Kuhn
Houzz Photo
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You can plant successively from early spring until summer approaches, then start planting again come fall.
When to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds two to three weeks before the last frost in spring, and in late summer four to six weeks before
early spring until summer approaches, then start planting again come fall.
to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds two to three weeks before the last frost in spring, and in late summer four to six weeks before the first fall frost. Continue sowing every two weeks or so in both spring and fall. (You may be able to continue into winter in mild climates.) Set out daikon in
to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds two to three weeks before the last frost in spring, and in late summer four to six weeks before the first fall frost. Continue sowing every two weeks or so in both spring and fall. (You may be able to continue into winter in mild climates.) Set out daikon in
“radishes are great in garden” — germangirl50
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Great Plant Combinations
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pruning Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Caution: Smoke bushes are consider
Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones. Water requirements are average to low. Plant is spring or fall.
low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 to 15 feet tall and wide; 6 feet tall and wide with annual pruning Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Caution: Smoke bushes are considered invasive in some parts of the U.S. Check with your local cooperative extension office
low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 to 15 feet tall and wide; 6 feet tall and wide with annual pruning Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall
to lowLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 10 to 15 feet tall and wide; 6 feet tall and wide with annual pruningSeasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fallCaution: Smoke bushes are considered invasive in some parts of the U.S. Check with your local cooperative extension office for
“Grace' smoke bush Le jardinet” — absrx7
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Great Plant Combinations
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(Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’) In a tapestry of green, blue and gold, this bold splash of ruby foliage is a welcome punctuation point from spring until fall. Orange Rocket is a relatively new introduction, noted for its upright growth habit and striking color; it turns to fiery shades of orange
requirement: Full sun Mature size: 4 feet tall and 2 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer and rabbit resistant; drought tolerant When to plant: Spring or fall
to 9) Water requirement: Average to moist soil Light requirement: Sun or partial shade Mature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
(zones 6 to 9)Water requirement: Average to moist soilLight requirement: Sun or partial shadeMature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wideWhen to plant: Spring or fall
“Orange Rocket Barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’) In a tapestry of green, blue and g” — Teresa Dennis Garden Design
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