170,446 blue flowers Home Design Photos

Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens 2012
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A few of the blue flowers
Wow, these ones are nice. Blue! The yellow is nice too and adding a little pink and purple or orange should be nice. - Nicole
Tall blue flowers. Might be a neat alternative for the front of
flowers at Longwood Gardens” “flower pride of maderia” “flower border, climbing ivy” “'pride pf madeira' Blue flowers
river of blue 'Pride of Madeira' is actually given a landscaped shoreline. The border of diminutive yellow blooms defines the river's curved line.
“Delphinium” — akdeesing
Jess Knowles
Eryngium alpinum 'Blue Star'
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sea holly blue cone flowers/psj yes
pale blues and lilacs, eryngium or sea holly, cobalt blue flowers in summer
Blue Eryngium - hardy in zone 5.
White-flowering plants have a wonderful glow in the evening garden. White flowers, like hydrangeas reflect every scrap of light, making them appear brighter as other colors fade. Pale blues and lilacs also look their best in the fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes
Holly,tiny blue flowers, rosettes of silery-grey. Eryngium grows best in poor to moderately feertile soil in full sun
Pale blues and lilacs also look their best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray
“Sea holly, eryngo (Eryngium spp).” — Estudio Castaño
interieurs by Francine Gardner
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Country Home, CT
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What are the blue flowers? Thanks
Beautiful blue flowers flowing over stones
Deep blue pool finish, blue morning glories on the wall, bluestone pool deck.
color of pool dark blue instead of black
to keep blue low to the ground — let it scale the walls by planting a climber such as morning glory or clematis. Morning glories self-seed and will return year after year, and clematis is another perennial.
“like pool and rock walls” — jenny218
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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The blue, yellow and orange red as a combination.
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East
aster Blue Skies; cut asters in half before July 4th to keep tidy, rounder shrub, slightly bluer flowers
low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native
those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November.
low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East Coast. This perennial shrugs off many hard freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry
“No grass.” — Ryan Cole
Pearson Landscape Services
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West Lake Project
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of the Blue eyed grass installed on berm. This grass, actually a member of the iris family, blooms once a year in mid March. This project was designed by architect Gregory Thomas of CG&S Design Build. Mark Biechler of Pearson Landscape assisted in plant design and layout. Landscape project was built
is call Blue Eyed Grass. Its not really a grass but more closely related to the Iris. In Austin it blooms once a year in mid March. Prefers part shade to sun and has medium water retirements in the summer (at least twice a week).
Love the blue-eyed grass, wish it had a longer bloom season
blue eyed grass blooms in march
pretty.... if I could have blue.. do I have to decide between blues and reds?
plant - flowers in spring and early summer. Small iris
“blue eyed grass” — Anna Tausend
Schmechtig Landscapes
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Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
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purple flowers in the foreground is Salvia 'May Night' and the one with the blueish purple ones behind them is Nepeta 'Walker's Low.'
Blue salvia Victoria is a staple in perennial gardens.
I'm not a flower or plant guy, but these r very very nice
purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
“Hedges with lavender” — mlr384
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Le jardinet 4. Accent with touches of color. Rozanne cranesbill (Geranium x 'Rozanne') is noted for its striking periwinkle blue flowers with deep purple stamens. The foliage is a bright green with lighter markings and dark red highlights. This remarkable perennial
Periwinkle coloured flowers all summer and bright green foliage with chartreuse marbling
great flower idea for driveway bed
periwinkle flowers all summer long. The bright green foliage has subtle chartreuse marbling, adding to its long-term beauty.The flowers have deep violet striations leading to a white throat, while purple anthers rise up to tempt passing bees.
periwinkle blue flowers with deep purple stamens. The foliage is a bright green with lighter markings and dark red highlights.This remarkable perennial blooms from May through November and can easily cover an area 3 feet by 3 feet or be trimmed back partway through the season to keep it somewhat restrained
“S” — Santresa Watkins
Pam Bycraft
Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
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like the blue flowers can you tell me what it's called
is a flower on the Texas Mountain Laurel. Check out the featured ideabook on this tree: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1573649/list/Great-Design-Plant--Texas-Mountain-Laurel
standout blue blooms is the classic Texas Mountain Laurel.
Texas Laurel. Beautiful deep blue color.
This is beautiful and blue is my favorite color. I cant wait to work on the outside of the house...
Blue flowers and it being evergreen
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“March color” — maggierosary
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