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Peace Design
Exterior
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This is a huge house! So beautiful in the "Winter Wonderland!"
how pretty - living there who cares about the winter or snow
Looks very warm during the winter!
Ultimate winter hideout
Beautiful winter cabin
Winter house...Winter chalet...Winter wonderland
“Log and stone” — theisslife
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Anna's Magic Ball™ Arborvitae
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Anna’s Magic Ball Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Anna’s Magic Ball’) - providing winter interest - Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 3 to 7) - Water requirement: Average - Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade -
of golden fluff? This dwarf beauty will add sparkle in a semishady spot yet resist burn in sunnier areas. Conifers can be relied upon for providing winter interest, and this one is no exception. Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 3 to 7) Water requirement: Average Light requirement:
of golden fluff? This dwarf beauty will add sparkle in a semishady spot yet resist burn in sunnier areas. Conifers can be relied upon for providing winter interest, and this one is no exception.Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 3 to 7)Water requirement: AverageLight requirement:
“cute!” — Barbara Disraeli
Jacobs Grant Design ltd
14 Reviews
Powell New Build
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Winter berry bushes for new home
transition to native area & berries for winter interest
flowers produce amazing purple berries. While the berries are stunning in fall, especially after leaf drop, hungry birds will likely devour them by early winter. Group several shrubs together for maximum impact.Where it will grow: USDA zones 6 to 10 Water requirement: Medium to moist, well-drained soilLight
“Beauty berry” — Alyssa Crowder
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
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Wooden structures and deciduous trees are wonderful additions to the winter garden simply for the way the snow coats each branch, like a little vanilla frosting on each piece.
Winter walk way. Grapes. Cabin
So neat winter scene
it screams winter...Winter ealk...Winter dream home...Trellis in winter...Winter interest...winter wonderland
“Scenery” — paynesov
Golightly Landscape Architecture
A Georgian Revival in Birmingham, Ala.
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at one end. These outdoor rooms are terraced with native stone walls, the most dramatic of which is the elliptical boxwood garden with an allee of Winter King Hawthornes connecting it to the pool garden. GLA took meticulous care to retain as many of the mature boxwoods and trees as possible, evidenced
Golightly Landscape Architecture 'Winter King' Hawthorn (Crataegus viridis) April 10, 2013 at 6:19am Like 1
“this is what would be perfect -- hugely simple but we can make it great -- dog ear this one” — amybaldwin
Monrovia
Yuletide Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' Single, brilliant, fiery red blooms centered with bright yellow stamens make this a beautiful addition to the winter garden. Blossoms stand out in high contrast against glossy, dark green foliage. Excellent choice for a colorful hedge or screen, espalier, and border shrub
susceptible to blight. the yuletide you likely have at home -- its an upright grower. great to have by your door heading toward winter. likes fine in some shade
and early winter, bright red with a yellow center. The evergreen shrub is tall and slender for a Sasanqua, perfect for a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now, and put it in a pot near the front door."
'Yuletide' Sasanqua camellia has the right color and timetable for holiday display. It blooms in late fall and early winter, bright red with a yellow center. The evergreen shrub is tall and slender for
“Pretty flower” — bobrs11
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
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Take care of your lawn. Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not really perennial and will die off once the weather warms up in the spring. Winterize your lawn by spraying it weekly with a seaweed solution, and if you fertilize, be sure to use
Texas. "Overseed your lawn with perennial rye for a green winter lawn. In our area it's not really perennial and will die off once the weather warms up in the spring," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson."Winterize your lawn by spraying it weekly with a seaweed solution, and if you fertilize
lawn fertilizer that is high in phosphorus for healthy root growth. Look for nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium ratios like 8-6-12, 8-12-16 or 10-5-14 on a winter fertilizer package.How to give your turf a fall tune-up
“PINK & GREEN” — floraldeco
Donald Pell - Gardens
11 Reviews
Chester County Suburbs
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emerge from their winter sleep in the mid-Atlantic.
In front of the front porch ....in winter?
These grasses look awesome in the winter too!
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and
most grasses even emerge from their winter sleep in the mid-Atlantic.
up through the winter. You'll learn through observation what plants have a fantastic winter presence and which plants look messy and need to be cut back in the fall.
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn through
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn through observation what plants have a fantastic winter presence and which plants look messy and need to be cut back in the fall. This
“Miscanthus sinensis 'Huron Sunrise'” — vicjeannewin
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