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debora carl landscape design
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and New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax 'Jack Spratt')
chondropetalum tectorum, blue fescue, dichondra 'silver falls', and phormium 'Jack Spratt' in planter
'Silver Falls') Filler: Blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax 'Jack Spratt')
'Silver Falls')Filler: Blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax 'Jack Spratt')
“pots” — naggygala
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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Love phormiums - some do tend to get a little "sunburnt" in my area though, do better
includes the use of striking accent plants such as Flaxes (Phormium spp).In a small garden, Phormiums can be the key ingredient of the planting. Their straplike
hybrides vous ravirons aussi par leurs couleurs éclatantes : le Phormium ‘ Warrior’, et le Phormium ‘Rainbow Queen’ possèdent des feuilles effilées à la dominante
Botanical name: Phormium cultivars and hybridsCommon name: New Zealand flaxUSDA zones: 8 to 11 (find
Une teinte vive roseLe Phormium tenax ‘sundowner’ possède des feuilles vertes, une bordure rose souligne
“pot plants” — mayo2girl
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leucadendron but what are the others? blue fescue? pennisetum setaceum? phormium? Kind regards,
world, particularly in contemporary gardens. Modern cultivars, such as this Phormium ‘Amazing Red’ (above left), look stunning planted with a wide range of
intensify its color. Be sure to remove spent foliage and flowers.Shown: Phormium 'Amazing Red'
particularly in contemporary gardens. Modern cultivars, such as this Phormium ‘Amazing Red’ (above left), look stunning planted with a wide range of
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Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects
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to create a unified composition. This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler formula
This group­ing of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and as­sorted suc­cu­lents fol­lows the thri
create a unified composition. This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler formula
“Another good selection of plants for a dark pot.” — paynlyn
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and bordered by colorful blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae), flax (Phormium hybrid), Spanish lavender (Lanvendula stoechas), kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos)
and bordered by colorful blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae), flax (Phormium hybrid), Spanish lavender (Lanvendula stoechas), kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos)
“plant mix” — pboileau
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this looks like Phormium 'Yellow Wave' (New Zealand Flax)
Phormium 'Yellow Wave' (New Zealand Flax)
Phormium Yellow Wave - Similar to 'Cream Delight'
Petit et panachéLe Phormium cookianum ‘Duet’, est un cultivar nain qui ne dépasse pas les 30 cm à feuillage vert et crème. Si vous disposez de peu de place
Phormium- a nice accent for the sunny...place, ce phormium est fait pour vous.
“phormium very drought tolerant” — plaa
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The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe. There are lots of different varieties.
Great texture and color in this design. Pink flowers The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe.
Like Comment May 5, 2013 PRO Stout Design-Build The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe. There are lots of different varieties. May
Use of color and texture - Phormium Maori Queen Calandrinia spectabilis- succulent
“flowers” — lnico
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Yes, these are a dwarf phormium. Lots of color options.
I believe you are talking about the Phormiums (New Zealand Flax) in front. They are pretty popular in CA, especially
Bay Area. There are a number of varieties, but these appear to be bronze. Phormium tenax 'Bronze' - I love the combination with the blue festuca.
“?? any of these plants??” — Creative Outdoor Spaces
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