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Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
how long does it take to water all of those plants?
I can't believe people don't water plants and then wonder why they died!
For an inexpensive solution, I planted thyme between painted concrete stepping stones.
Perhaps you could plant moss in between the rocks.
Love this flower garden May 2013 There are over 75 different varieties of plants.....list too long but here's a quick overview: Phlox paniculata: David,
realise. Using self-seeding plants will make it easier to replace annual plants every year. Key plants: Flowering annuals, shrubs and climbers in soft
garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian restrictions and turned to a more naturalistic or cottage garden style. These plantings related
“Garden” — queenofthemorning
beautiful bones and purple stones
10 Reviews
Grant Patio and Fireplace
What plant material is being used in this?
Enjoy puttering. Pull weeds and spent annuals, plant bulbs and harvest herbs and cool-season veggies for hearty meals. Most
Plant material
“Fire place” — luckyatthebeach
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Edible Landscape Design
Nasturtiums are some of my favorite flowering annuals (plants that live only for one season) to mix in with vegetables
Nasturtiums are some of my favorite flowering annuals (plants that live only for one season) to mix in with vegetables. They are very
e companion plants for improved plant health," suggests Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn H. Chilvers. "Good partners for tomato plants include members
Wild-edible plants planted underneath trees to look like a small forest area. This is an example for the garden, but I want real wild-edible plants.
Some Favorite Plants to TryNasturtiums are some of my favorite flowering annuals (plants that live only for one season) to mix
vegetable garden, try to incorporate companion plants for improved plant health. Good partners for tomato plants include members of the onion family, carrots
“the colour” — tyrese26
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
Paul Maue Associates Landscape Architects
10 Reviews
Pergola Garden
brings one up granite steps to a rustic gravel path flanked by seasonal plantings in beds as well as in containers. A garden statue responds to the symmetry
love the private plantings with pergola
plantings around edges
“I like the idea of the garden mixing with the gazebo/pergola.” — purpleisnbr1
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
What kind of plants can use in this sunny but cold and brizy weather any ideas will be really apreciated
wonderful but as you know the roots do attach to wood, brick, or stucco. I planted one on a fence that adjoins the house and runners attach to the house but
if you plant a creeping fig on the fence away from the house would it still try to get
Stucco Wall in small garden. Gravel and pavers. Note stacked plants on the side.
flagstone edging turned on its side. Love the lush plants surrounding the courtyard.
at its center). There is ample room for Mediterranean herbs and annual bedding plants to flourish along both sides of a pathway, which parts around the
What is the creeping plant growing on...What is the white flowering plant?
“Landscape” — 1940cheryl
Common Ground Landscapes
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Country French
love the vine growth, the cascading annual plants out of containers (or perhaps over wall.)
Plants on front porch...Love all the plants
“Garden door” — danobrien66
Flower Gardens in the South
colored flowers in the foreground with the five petals are Vinca. These are annuals and drought tolerant. I also see some Petunias bordering the big rock.
them are probably Black Eyed Susan. Orange are Zinnia and vibrant green plant in the far right are Sweet Potato Vine. Pink
Look at the rocks, and how tightly woven together all the plants are.
Not only seasonal bedding plants provide these beacons
rush to plant; garden centers often stock summer annuals and tender perennials well before planting time. Know when it’s safe to plant tender annuals.
Plant annuals after the frost. Wait until after the last frost before planting tender annuals such as impatiens and petunias
The plants appear to include angelonia
“could use some large rocks for deco in the back with flowers” — carybuell
Traditional Landscape
Potted plants...Super Bells Lemon Slice Great Annual...Container plant suggestions...beautiful annual in seattle...Calibrachoa...want this annual...container plants...Great annual plants....pretty, bright annual
“Yellow Petunias to add to window boxes - replace seasonally” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
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