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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
what is the name of this plant
what is the name of this plant ?
where can I buy large light weight containers
Could you give me a little more information about how these bulbs were planted? I have never planted bulbs in containers-only in ground. I live in Boston so not sure if they'd survive the winter in the containers outside? Do you know if they'd be ok if I kept them in the basement or indoors for the winter
who carries that type of container in your area but if you google fibreglass garden containers in New York you will probably get some results.
These are Tulips. They are bulbs that are planted in the fall and bloom in
spring and plant in containers you have, then save bulbs again for next year.
“Maceta” — deyamtza
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
I would like to ask what are the names of those ground cover plant? They look beautiful together, thanks.
What is the burgundy foliage plant in the background? Thanks!
Hell Connie, there are two orange flowering plants on the right - the one with the larger flower and leaves are Canna Tropicana. In front of it , with the narrow strappy leaves and smaller flowers is Kangaroo Paws ( Anigozanthos). Both do great in bright sun and would do well on a hillside .
What are the tall orange flowers on the right? and do you recommend planting them on a hillside that gets bright sun
Hi, apologies on the late reply. The burgundy foliage plant in the background is a Loropetalum. It grows exceptionally well in temperate climates.
“green plant” — nsands83
Mediterranean Landscape
What is the plant spilling over the walls?
The plant is Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary). A hardy, fast-growing evergreen shrub, creeping rosemary has a prostrate habit and attractive flowers and fragrance. Dark green leaves
leaves, to 2 inches long, are rich in aromatic oils and commonly used as a culinary herb. This plant is loved for its strong pinelike flavor and fragrance. Drought tolerant.
but choose a site that drains well. Set out plants 2 feet apart for upright varieties and 3 feet apart for those that spread. There are cold-hardy varieties. They're also good container plants. You can start small, but eventually you'll need a container that measures at least 18 inches
“Gate” — kmnsr
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
How many grey plants do you need to plant together to make these bundles?
Hi, Could you tell me the name of the creamy ball flowered plants in this image?
what name is the grey color plant? It looks very nick in
I believe that plant is Santolina chamaecyparissus 'Lemon Queen' (Common name Lavender Cotton).
Beautiful! Lamb's Ears spread quickly, so each of these clumps may have begun with just one or two plants each. I wouldn't plant this many together at once, but you won't have
have to wait long to get this look. If you want even speedier results (and don't mind thinning later), plant 2-3 per clump and sprinkle some seeds around them. There are many plants with soft gray leaves that go by the name Lamb's Ears, so check the tag for more info. Many of them have beautiful flowers;
“Side walk planters” — Andrea Gallagher
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
overwhelming a space; keep the style of the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
large pot trio among plantings for drama, interest and living fence
Giant pots to contain fruit trees
terra-cotta pots reflect the tiles edging the paving. Finding an appropriate container and the right plants for the space is vital.It can be tempting to fill spaces with many small planters and pots, filled with many different plants, but this can overwhelm a space.
overwhelming a space; keep the style of the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
“pots to delienate space” — debye12
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
what type of flower/plant is that?
What is the trailing plant in the same pot as the Aeonium sunburst?
On the original posting it says: "One of the popular variegated forms is called Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'. Notice how this singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed and trailing succulent forms. They seem happy to let the sunny Aeonium
Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus
then die When to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callous Shown: A. 'Sunburst'
Here's a textural explosion in a container garden, centered around the dramatic variegated Aeonium, a succulent that has a distinct, flowerlike arrangement. One of the popular variegated forms is called Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'. Notice how this singular plant commands our attention, but also how it
“Sedum” — bee2011
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Entry garden with deer resistant plantings: boxwood, Japanese forest grass & nepeta. Pea gravel courtyard & flagstone walk.
Could you tell me the name of the plant with light green leaves please
Gorgeous... do you recall what you have planted in the planters on the porch? Any insight is appreciated as I am looking for large scale shaded plants for my planters.... thank you!
Actually, I take no credit for the plants in the containers as my client planted them!! I think they are coleus and begonias and abutilon (flowering maple) with a big fern in the back. For shade containers I love to plant Angel Wing Begonias.
- hakonechloa macro 'Aureola'. Best in part shade. One of my favorite plants!
I meant the plant with light green almost yellow leaves spilling onto the pathway
“Arrangement paysager” — amore3500
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
This is beautiful. Do you mind sharing what type of flowers are in the container?
while I’m trying to finish my planting. No deadheading necessary.
is so reliable that I buy a dozen at a time when I see it appear in nurseries. I use these trailing annuals in hanging baskets or at the edges of containers, where they not only tolerate full sun but thrive in it. Bonfire begonia is shown here with Angelina sedum (Sedum rupestre 'Angelina').The tubular
mistaken for fuchsias, are a hummingbird favorite, and I frequently find myself being heckled by these feisty little birds while I’m trying to finish my planting.No deadheading is needed to keep this beauty blooming. Just be careful not to overwater, but otherwise sit back and enjoy.Botanical name: Begonia
“Bonfire begonia” — donnatu
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