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with a rose fertilizer in the first part of September and again in October, and give the bushes a light trim in late summer.
Like the splotchy shape & hue of this knockout rose bush
of the repeat bloomers will give you a dazzling fall display as well. Pair them with ornamental grasses and other flowering perennials, like Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha). USDA zones: 2 to 10, depending upon variety Water requirement: Average, but may need supplemental water during extreme heat
around Valentine's Day. To promote more fall blooms, fertilize with a rose fertilizer in the first part of September and again in October, and give the bushes a light trim in late summer.
foundation plant that you can use throughout your garden, you need to think about large accessories. In garden speak, your "accessories" should be large bushes or small trees. These secondary plants should mimic or complement both the shape and form of your foundation plant, but show a little diversity.In
“Roses- Spring and Fall BloomersUSDA zones: 3 to 8 Sun requirement: Full sun, part sun Height: 4 to” — aerdance
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and the coping on the top of the wall? Looks around 18-24 inches? We are wondering how deep it needs to be in order to accommodate the same type of bushes. Thanks
Flagstone teak bushes very nice
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Low green bushes?
Low green bushes- Buxus sempervirons
green bushes...Low green bushes...Side bushes
“green” — mistyrickb
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EW Renovation
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What are the names of the shrubs/bushes in the front?
small bushes under window
simple bushes and landscape, door
Crepe myrtle (bush)
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Noland Landscape Design
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Noland Landscape Design
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Hi, Thanks for your question. It is an old rhododendron bush that has had the lower limbs removed to form a small, multi-trunked tree. Cheers!
rhododendron bush that has had lower limbs removed to form a small multi trunked tree
Thanks for your question. It is an old rhododendron bush that has had the lower limbs removed to form a small, mu
“Bench” — Ellen Marciano
Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
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The little low bushes between the beautiful hydrangeas and walkway provide a nice buffer. It's nice that they grow in the shade too. Are they evergreen? Could you please
stone edging, seat between bushes and grass
Snowball bushes...Tall white bushes
“Hydrangea with small ground cover” — kellyyurcich
Katia Goffin Gardens
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I think they are Snowball Bushes. Close relative to the Hydrangea.
while they are very pretty, if you took out all the big white flowering bushes and just lots of green trees
white bushes
“Driveway” — cornelle21
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Fremontodendron
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when handling flannel bush. Hairy fibers are its inherent defense mechanism and will irritate skin. Shower and wash your clothes immediately after contact.
FallCaution: Wear protective clothing and gloves when handling flannel bush. Hairy fibers are its inherent defense mechanism and will irritate skin. Shower and wash your clothes immediately after contact.Distinguishing traits. Flannel bush grows quickly to 5 feet tall, eventually reaching heights of 10 to
Botanical name: Fremontodendron californicum Common names: California flannel bush, California flannelbushOrigin: Native to California’s mountains, Arizona and northern Baja California, MexicoUSDA zones: 8 to 10 (find your zone)Water requirement: Low; drought tolerant once established; no summer waterLight
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