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Genevieve Schmidt
Coastal or Seacoast Plants
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The May Night sage (Salvia nemorosa 'Mainacht', zone 4) in the foreground adds a lovely purple accent to the coastal garden. It needs little care or supplemental water to perform well. When in bloom, it reaches 18 inches tall, and in the winter it is simply cut to the
Salvia (purple flower)- Island garden + NE deck garden Bloom time mid spring flower
Perennial Sage Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’ Most salvias give a lengthy performance in the garden, and cold-hardy 'May Night' delights with a late-season encore when regularly
Perennial Sage (Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’) Most salvias give a lengthy performance in the garden, and cold-hardy ‘May Night’ delights with a late-season encore when regularly deadheaded. The
“Perennial sage” — talbot90
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is Peppy.) Whether you’re trying to add local flavor to your coastal tropical garden or just trying to bring a little resort style to your home, sea grapes are sure to bring a smile to your face as well.More: How to Make Your Oceanfront Garden Thrive
“the view from the room” — suzannewei
Gardens by Gabriel
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Morro Bay Garden at Dusk
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In climates that don’t have freezing temperatures, add fan aloe to a sandy, barren and freely draining site. It's native to the coastal cliffs of South Africa
a unique vessel. In climates that don’t have freezing temperatures, add fan aloe to a sandy, barren and freely draining site. It's native to the coastal cliffs of South Africa, so you can add fan aloe to your list of plants that thrive where others fail. Its clean texture and cool gray-green color
Grover Beach Sactuary This garden's owner avidly embraces color: electric green papyrus, firey-hued leucadendron 'Blush
gloomiest space and blooms last for many weeks in water. To grow them in your garden, remember that Leucospermum like extremely well-drained soil and plenty of air around their leaves. For that reason they do well in coastal gardens.
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CBA Landscape Architects, LLC
Cape House
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Coastal vernacular roof lines
coastal escape...beach garden
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Harrison's Landscaping
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Bayview
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The pool interiors and timber decking for this swimming pool work so well together. This swimming pool design in Sydney was for a stunning coastal garden we designed.
coastal home...japanese garden...tropical garden
“Tiering along the south side” — Leanne
CBA Landscape Architects, LLC
Cape House
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coastal escape...beach garden
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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
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Create drama. Coastal gardeners might have a smaller selection of plants than most gardeners, but there are still so many opportunities for impact. This drought-tolerant cabbage tree (Cordyline australis
requirement: Moderate to regular Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall; 6 to 12 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Drought and coastal tolerant; flowers and fruit attract hummingbirds and butterflies Seasonal interest: Evergreen foliage; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant in spring
Distinguishing traits. Cordylines are related to yuccas and agaves, making those plants natural garden companions. Notice the resemblance between the cordyline
Create drama. Coastal gardeners might have a smaller selection of plants than most gardeners, but there are still so many opportunities for impact. This drought-tolerant cabbage tree (Cordyline australis
“coastal landscape” — alanehoffman
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reflect light and illuminate your way. Its affinity for salt makes it a good pick for saltwater pools or coastal banks. It looks great in coastal gardens, in planters and alongside succulents.
requirement: Medium; do not overwater Sun requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant; thrives in coastal conditions Seasonal interest: Distinct evegreen foliage; flowers in summer When to plant: Spring to summer
Cushion Bush Photo 4 of 5 How to use it. While white in the garden is a delight any time of year, it's especially true when the days are shortening and time in the garden is more likely to be spent in the dark. Cushion bush’s fluorescent coloring is especially helpful on a path's edge — it will reflect
“Cushion Bush Photo 4 of 5 How to use it. While white in the garden is a delight any time of year, it” — maryhouzz
helllp , i gave garden 11x20 to design in a day
i gave garden that I need to make this is the layout of the house on the parcell
Landscaping Advice for a California Coastal Cottage
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