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Gardens by Gabriel
13 Reviews
Bloomed Branches
Ideabooks140
Questions0
native plants...Gardens by gabriel Gabriel frank...Pretty plant...Yellow plant
“Yellow plant” — bunzer
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
Bensonwood's mission for over 40 years has been crafting beautiful and healthy, high-performance home sanctuaries capable of enduring for centuries.
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The Garden Consultants, Inc.
1 Review
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
Ideabooks4,777
Questions4
i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and working
hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
Thank you, Garden Consultants, Inc...very helpful!
What better way to celebrate Arbor Day than by planting a tree in your garden or on a neighborhood
Clean and use of natives and adaptive natives.
thick meadow planting; can mean less maintenance
leads.Learn more about natural garden design
Native Plants Choosing plants native to your region is a good choice for gardens, as they are well adapted
rainfall, and will be well suited for native wildlife.
Blend into the landscapeFor natural gardens in rural areas, plant groupings or drifts can be larger
“yes” — beatleone
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks9,794
Questions4
What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
This is a Chalk Lettuce or Dudleya pulverulenta a California native.
thanks- it's such a cool way to border a deck especially if you want an herb garden close to your house!
Liveforever (Dudleya spp) Southwestern gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable
spp) Native to California, Arizona, coastal Oregon and Baja California
Liveforever (Dudleya spp) Southwestern gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable rocky outcroppings
Liveforever(Dudleya spp)Southwestern gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable rocky outcroppings and gravelly slopes
It’s a winter-growing plant, and when not in bloom it can appear inconspicuous, even dying. Liveforever looks its worst when many plants appear in their finest
What type of plant is that in the pot?
“Ipe & grey concrete” — kawinter81
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
1 Review
Sustainable House
Ideabooks901
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I like that this is a more natural looking swale/rain garden.
between the fence and snipe lane.....love this. JULY-SEPT NATIVES
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create
better, and if you have a native garden, be sure to choose a fertiliser to suit.
Common Boneset(Eupatorium perfoliatum)Native from Minnesota to Nebraska
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense garden full of life and shelter
ecosystem there would be no need to fertilise. But in our gardens we need to give our plants a bit of a helping hand once in a while to make sure they
“Natural” — Urban Gardens, Inc.
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
5 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks3,787
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Tall plants and alley shape design Attracks
..the plants are so pretty and low maintance
about the best ways to design the garden for native bees, so here’s how to attract monarch butterflies. From where to plant milkweed to how to leave water
landscape is by using natives. Natives do not come under attack like the nonnative, ornamental varieties. You can add native plants yourself or do a major
major overhaul by working with a designer who specializes in native plantings. You can search Houzz to find landscape designers in your area. The same principles
borders and beds contain lots of tall plants — Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium spp) and ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) — that reach
“garden design” — francescakingsport
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks4,843
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Prairie planting, the second generation of perennial use in garden design, can be seen as a much freer form of planting, using a mixture
freestyle method of gardening does not suit everyone, particularly people with small gardens. Contemporary natural gardeners might prefer to plant self-seeding
To rejuvenate both your garden and your own gardening enthusiasm, why not plant some fall-blooming annuals and perennials? The annuals
Let plants self-seedFor extra interest in your natural garden, allow some plants to turn to seed. The following spring
Prairie planting, the second generation of perennial use in garden design, can be seen as a much freer form of planting, using a mixture of
across can be planted to effect.
“black-eyed Susans, Russian sage & Joe Pye weed - purple & orange!” — apple2day
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks9,117
Questions3
residence in Downeast Maine serves as a model for regenerating fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management
along mown paths meandering through a rich tapestry of managed native meadow.
from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along
Just wanted to thank you! We added some of these plants in our garden and it turned out lovely. Thank you!
Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe I recognize some lamb's ears, salvia (Caradona
What are some of the name of flowers and plants, grasses too that are deer resistant for a New England slope
The purple plants, what are they?
“Natural” — Urban Gardens, Inc.
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks20,159
Questions3
What is the trailing plant in the same pot
variegated forms is called Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'. Notice how this singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed
Mediterranean natives or grasses. See how to grow Aeonium
them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses. See how to grow Aeonium
Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus and petunias
leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here. Aeoniums are native to the Canary Islands, and what they lack in cold hardiness
monocarpic, meaning they flower once, set seed and then dieWhen to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callousShown: A
I think this garden stays the same in
“The succulent is an aeonium 'Sunburst” — rickyt69
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