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They're not grass; they're lavender. Either the French or English variety, not sure which.
field of lavender, olive tree, russian sage
olive tree and mass of lavender here.
All the wild lavender and daisy
put russian olive surrounded by lavender around hillside steps to lower level in front
Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of the lawn or meadow, like the olive tree and mass of lavender here. Trees like river birch even seem to prefer plants around their root zone, which better shade and cool the soil.All that being said, some studies
Carlos Delgado Architect
Love the lavender fields and sky
I hate the house but I LOVE the lavender field behind it!!
Mod building with lavender?
R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
Infinity edge pool, stone walls, perennials and lawn
Gorgeous house, nice stone walls. Love the lavender field.
David Buergler Architecture
Atherton Garden House
raised garden beds example layout love the lavender of course
The French lavender used as a small
lavender garden...mmm...i bet this sure does smell good!
Lavender thrives in drought and poor soil; humidity and wet feet are its nemeses. If you live in a humid climate or have poor-draining soil, consider growing Spanish lavender or French lavender (L. dentata). You can also plant it in a raised bed or on a slope, grow it in containers or treat it as an
Berkeley Courtyard House
foliage on a lavender plant, or vibrant chartreuse, like the stem of an allium.
Lavender and green. The most common color paired with lavender in nature is
Lavender and green. The most common color paired with lavender in nature is green — think of green foliage or green fields, dotted with lavender blooms. The green can be pale
Plant allium with lavender in South side path garden
Lavender and green. The most common color paired with lavender in nature is green — think of green foliage or green fields, dotted with lavender blooms. The green can be pale and silvery
Lavender and green. The most common color paired with lavender in nature is green — think of green foliage or green fields, dotted with lavender blooms. The green can be pale and silvery, like the foliage on a lavender plant, or vibrant chartreuse, like the stem
pretty purples, lavenders, white, hints of gray. muted. would mesh well with sea foam blue/green. guest bedroom/office
Use soft shades of lavender. Create your own purple haze of Provence lavender fields by placing simple purple flower stems in antique lavender glass bottles. Take it a step further by infusing sparkling water (Perrier of course!) with
Historic Garden Restoration in Wilmette, Illinois
lavender on the side of the dam?
lavender and boxwood
large patches of lavender also
lavender and box...Lavender field?...I love lavender...fields of....adding lavender
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
French garden, central statue, lavender, roses
lavender along the sides, black and white tiles
That might almost be enough lavender!
Lavender, English garden
Lavender Bushes for landscape color
lavender fields!...lavender hill...Hill of lavender