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J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
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Beautyberry is a great choice for spring-fall interest in the garden.
The plant I really like is called a beautiful berry it has a ton of bright purple berries in the winter.. I'm not sure if this is it but it looks pretty cool
Beautyberry - violet berries. Nice in Asian gardens
in the autumn. Small purplish-pink flowers appear in summer before the berries show up. This shrub is a wise choice for Asian gardens, mass plantings, borders or as a specimen planting. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Water requirement: Regular water; more during extreme heat Light requirement: Full to partial sun
for Asian gardens, mass plantings, borders or as a specimen planting.USDA zones: 5 to 8Water requirement: Regular water; more during extreme heatLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 6 feet tallSeasonal interest: Flowers appear in summer, followed by purple berries in fall.Planting tips:
“small plant” — Deborah Kay McMaster
Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Asian Inspired Japanese Garden Design
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Asian Inspired Japanese Garden Design
Asian Garden Plants
Singing Gardens
“just to save” — wafanoora
Impressions Landscape - Design
3 Reviews
bali in burraneer
Ideabooks609
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Layered tropical influenced plantings borrowing from the existing garden scheme gives a relaxed Balinese holiday feel to the property.
What is the plant that is behind the bird house(the one kind of draping over it)?
What is the plant that is behind the bird house(the one kind of draping over it)? Also, the ones that are lower near the front
“monstera” — flouzz
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Early spring in the garden. Dappled light under a Japanese maple allows Gerald Darby iris, Japanese forest grass and bishop's hat to thrive. Design by Mitch Evans Le jardinet
two plants might have faded into a muddle of midgreen. Yet this waterfall of subtle gold and green variegated blades throws light under the canopy of the tree, adds a new leaf texture and will be eye catching until early winter.
Heath andromeda is also a nice plant!
Focus on Seasonal DetailsAs always, attention to detail is key when creating plant combinations, and here it is all about timing. This bishop’s hat is blooming while the purple variegation on the iris is evident; the bishop’s hat echoes the iris’ ephemeral color with a softer shade of lavender. By the
“Combination” — joreno
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
Ideabooks20,898
Questions12
What beuatiful plants! What is their name? the red ones next to the doors! Thanks
Can you please tell me where you can get the garden gate? it's beautiful! thank you
Where can i get banana plant??
Hello, i love that big plant !!!! With the redish color. Can I know the name of it please.!!?
Hi there, I am a designer/Houzz writer/author and garden speaker and am currently preparing a talk for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle. I'd LOVE to include this image in my presentation - would you be willing to share it with
What are the short red/purpleish plants in front of BOD called?thx
Where can I purchase this gate? Love it and the garden design.
What type of plants are those in the pots as well as the large leafy ones beside the
“garden gate.” — dbenn
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Can you list the types of plants.
Please name the plants in the picture.
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank you
degrees, is there any way I could have those beauties in my garden? If possible, can you tell me where I could find them near by Montreal. Thanks a lot.
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden but am worried because of the cold. Help
like the ground cover and the orange/green plants
succulent garden with blue chalk sticks and paddle plants
Paddle Plant (Kalanchoe luciae), also called flapjack plant, is commonly used in beach-themed gardens. Its red-tinged
the color of the paddle plant
“plants” — pearlyshel
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks24,802
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name of plant on top right background
I have one of those plants but I don't know the name, please could you tell me? Thank you.
you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
You could perhaps try a sand-blasted glass as a substitute and with regards to the plants perhaps Baby Tears as recently featured on Houzz could be an option for you. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/14650960/list?utm_source=Houzz&utm_
Hi, thanks for your question. The mossy plant is Scleranthus biflorus a New Zealand native, I'm not sure which other countries it is available in. It can handle full sun just fine, but doesn't like wet
“Make as a bathroom” — pettifer15
Earth Mama Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks56,433
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Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
raised bed garden shown here. I have googled the life out of it and cannot find them. Thank you, Jill
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
I'm not sure what zone this is but I'm in Dallas and many things I plant that say
The general rule for gardens is full sun, because most vegetables need 6-10 hours of sun a day to thrive. However, in hot climates like Dallas or desert areas, partial shade in the middle of the day gives you more flexibility in what to plant. If your garden gets full sun, you can use shade
“Fencing” — 275fiege
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