7,818 Turpentine Bush Home Design Photos

Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Matthew Meadows
Ideabooks44
Questions0
Turpentine Bush,Mexican Blue Sage,Zauchneria or Hummingbird Trumpet Flower,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
turpentine bush, mexican blue sage, zauchneria or humingbird trumpet (red)
Turpentine Bush,Mexican Blue Sage,Zauchneria or Hummingbird Trumpet Flower
Turpentine Bush,Mexican Blue Sage,Zauchneria or Hummingbird Trumpet Flowe
“The mix of blues and orange is very nice” — rodney_rangel
Boxhill Design
12 Reviews
Funky Funky
Ideabooks610
Questions2
weeks, aim for a mix of evergreen and deciduous foliage for a balanced garden. Massing local native cacti and shrubs, such as turpentine bush (Ericameria laricifolia) or creosote bush (Larrea tridentata), can accomplish this task nicely. In the lower zones, the same is true — using deciduous plants whose
local native cacti and shrubs, such as turpentine bush (Ericameria laricifolia) or creosote bush (Larrea tridentata), mix well.
weeks, aim for a mix of evergreen and deciduous foliage for a balanced garden. Massing local native cacti and shrubs, such as turpentine bush (Ericameria laricifolia) or creosote bush (Larrea tridentata), can accomplish this task nicely.In the lower zones, the same is true — using deciduous plants whose foliage
“The Grasses” — Tanner Watkins
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
Ideabooks40
Questions1
Giant sacaton,Turpentine Bush,Blue Grama Grass,Meadow,Ornamental grass,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Giant sacaton,Turpentine Bush,Blue Grama Grass,Meadow,Ornamental grass
Turpentine Bush
“Giant Sacaton, tall grass” — suzzt53
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Tramway Heights
Ideabooks22
Questions0
Fall colors,Little Bluestem Grass,Turpentine Bush,Greek Germander, Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Turpentine Bush
“Variety of plants with rocks.” — mhibbard60
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Tiny Townhome Garden
Ideabooks2,298
Questions2
small thornless rose bush along back windows?
grassland and foothills areas, plants are likely to germinate and develop roots with moisture by next spring. This includes soaptree (Yucca elata), turpentine bush (Ericameria laricifolia) and Penstemon species.Shown: Star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)
“Trained star jasmine” — lizt2
QUERCUS
1 Review
Pool (east side)
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Questions0
Hawthorn, Thompson Yucca, Russian Sage, Turpentine Bush, Red Yucca, adobe walls with inset coyote fencing panels, Arizona Buff flagstone pool paving (me)
QUERCUS
1 Review
Albuquerque Heights Residence #1
Ideabooks10
Questions0
Fall - as other plants fade, Turpentine Bush begins it's sunny yellow flower show
“More natural landscaping?” — tcookla
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks11,520
Questions10
What are the green "bushes"? It's a beautiful space...
what are the bushes with flowers?
two questions - what is the bush to the left of the rhododendrons? and how long did it take for the rhodo to grow to that size?
rhododendrons in my garden, and I'm very pleased that I did it. When they are in bloom, they are magnificent! Here are some close-ups of the darker red bush.
The green bushes in the foreground are hydrangeas, with their leaves out, but before they start blooming.
The large floral bushes on the perimeter of the property
Rose bushes to fill in under older pines
FOR UNDER PINE TREES - (see pink bushes) Azaleas
“pop of color” — Heather Ransom
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