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Crocosmia 'Lucifer' is a fvorite of hummingbirds Le jardinet
Botanical name: Crocosmia 'Lucifer' Common names: Lucifer montbretia, Lucifer crocosmia
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' is a fvorite of hummingbirds Le jardinet
lucifer crocosmia 4ft tall x 4feet wide
interest: Summer When to plant: Plant bulbs in spring; plants can also be planted in spring or fall.
also be planted in spring or fall.
Lucifer crocosmiaBenefits: Attracts hummingbirdsWhere it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA climate zones 5 to 9)Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 4 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: Plant bulbs in spring; plants can also be
be planted in spring or fall.
“Crocosmia 'Lucifer'” — tamarinhouse
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The warm orange shade of the Crocosmia draws attention to the rich mahogany bark of the paper bark maple (Acer griseum). In winter these bulbs will have died down leaving the tree to stand as a dramatic silhouette in the winter landscape. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Please tell me the name of all the plant seeing here,
They are just the basic montbretia (Crocosmia ) . Full sun, well drained soil. They do spread quite easily but I like that.
Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Ideally in fall or spring; I have successfully planted this in August with daily irrigation
Nice detail of layered plants and color composition.
clay and sandy soil; no pruning is necessary Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Ideally in fall or spring; I have successfully planted this in August with daily irrigation.
“The paperbark maple is a more modest-size, slow-growing deciduous tree, prized not only for its beau” — rdennis60
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By mid-October the garden is showing its fall colors. Seed heads from the Crocosmia dance against the peeling bark of the paperbark maple tree while a golden locust tree glows in the distance. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Year-round When to plant: Ideally in fall or spring; I have successfully planted this in August with daily irrigation.
How to use it. Play off the rich bark color by surrounding this maple with foliage and flowers in sunset shades of orange, gold and burgundy. Orange montbretia (Crocosmia) look beautiful
Love these fall colors. Seed heads from the Crocosmia dance against the peeling bark of the paperbark maple tree while a golden locust tree glows in the distance.
Yellow/gold seed heads from 'Crocosmia' in front
“Couleurs” — genehebert
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What varierty of cotinus is the lovely red plant in the photo?
next, showing off endless fragrant lavender, panicle-type flowers while its silvery foliage becomes a striking backdrop for the well-known Lucifer crocosmia.When these begin to fade, there is a large group of Joe pye weed ready to take center stage with their burgundy stems and flat rose-colored flower
next, showing off endless fragrant lavender, panicle-type flowers while its silvery foliage becomes a striking backdrop for the well-known Lucifer crocosmia. When these begin to fade, there is a large group of Joe pye weed ready to take center stage with their burgundy stems and flat rose-colored flower
Drought Tolerant Plants lining the painted cement walls
“Gorgeous and informal. Great spot to drink wine and relax” — oran17
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
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AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
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toward the backyard, showing boulder placement and plantings. Curves are anchored with strategically placed 'Winterred' and 'Hogyoku' Japanese maples. Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras.
Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras.
Love the curved path and all the plants.
Winterred and Hogyoku Japanese Maples, black mondo grass, epimedium, red penstemons, solfatare crocosmia and firefly heucheras
Outstanding choice of plant materials for this landscape.
'Winterred' and 'Hogyoku' Japanese maples. Along the path are plantings of Black Mondo Grass, Epimedium, red penstemons, 'Solfatare' crocosmia, and 'Firefly' heucheras.
“crushed gravel packed down” — iloveronpaul
Johnston Architects
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Howe Street Remodel
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Orange can dominate in mixed plantings, but here, in a border with mixed colors, it has been used to add that something extra. Cleverly the designer has linked the orange throughout the design — from the leaves of the Crocosmia to the flowers of the Canna and even the parasol. The
Plants for a hot colour palette.
Orange can dominate in mixed plantings, but here, in a border with mixed colors, it has been used to add that something extra.Cleverly the designer has linked the orange throughout the design — from the leaves of the Crocosmia to the flowers of the Canna and even the parasol. The eye is led smoothly
“like the umbrella” — rsbazinet
martha picciotti
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Barnard Residence
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What are the mustard color plant
The plants behind the red flowers?
Could share names of the plants, particularly the yellow and red?
The red plants area begonias. The yellow are kangaroo paws. The purple and white are lily of the Nile.
It looks like Crocosmia
Love the bright plants
Planting colours...plants in front
“Mediterranean” — elilozanourteaga
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Sunset Shades
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What is the plant directly above the yellow flowers (lower left)?
the variety of plants for a beautiful sight
mulch... Eventually you won’t even need mulch. After a few years, as your plants establish, you won’t really need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve
Eventually you won’t even need mulch. After a few years, as your plants establish, you won’t really need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve soil moisture. If anything, I’d say top-dress
Eventually you won’t even need mulch. After a few years, as your plants establish, you won’t really need any kind of trucked-in mulch. The taller and thicker plants create a shade barrier to most weeds and help conserve soil moisture. If anything, I’d say top-dress with some nice compost in the fall
“layers of foliage” — trailerable
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