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Diabolo(R) ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius Diabolo(R))
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- Water requirement: Moist to average - Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade - Mature size: Up to 8 to 10 feet tall and wide, depending on cultivar - Benefits and tolerances: Dramatic, showy foliage, exfoliating bark, delicate flower heads and colorful seeds - adaptable to a variety of soil types
zone) Water requirement: Moist to average Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Up to 8 to 10 feet tall and wide, depending on cultivar Benefits and tolerances: Dramatic, showy foliage, exfoliating bark, delicate flower heads and colorful seeds. Extremely temperature tolerant; adaptable
plant shows four-season interest. It exhibits dramatically colored spring foliage; blooms in early summer with white to pink flowers, depending on the cultivar; seeds form in drooping clusters in early fall. During winter the papery exfoliating bark adds a new dimension to the garden. When to plant: Fall
“Ninebark is another good native plant alternative to buying the usual garden variety choices.” — jzimmerle
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Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
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Snake flower typically blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained
Snake flower typically blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained
Snake flower typically blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained
“euphorbia” — Harvesterra
Paintbox Garden
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Staghorn Sumac
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Colorful shrubs - Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) No other word for it but "crazy"! A shrub that definitely stands out, the cultivar 'Laciniata' goes from ordinary green during the summer to this shade in late October in my Vermont garden. It looks kind of spooky, turning blood
Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) No other word for it but "crazy"! A shrub that definitely stands out, the cultivar 'Laciniata' goes from ordinary green during the summer to this shade in late October in my Vermont garden. It looks kind of spooky, turning blood
Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) cultivar 'Laciniata' goes from ordinary green during the summer to this shade in late October in my Vermont garden. USDA zones: 4 to 8 Water requirement:
“Love the description --->” — Andrew McDonagh
U. of Maryland Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Cornus sericea 'Baileyi'
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red twig dogwood bailey cultivar smaller/not spreading
Baileyi cultivar of red twig dogwood
The ‘Baileyi’ cultivar, shown here, is a redtwig dogwood that is similar in color to dogwood grown in natural settings but this lacks the spreading appearance of the straight
for the season. In Alaska and Newfoundland its winter color is especially vivid — starkly contrasted against a blanket of white snow. The ‘Baileyi’ cultivar, shown here, is similar in color but lacks the spreading appearance of the straight species.
- redtwig dogwood - ‘Baileyi’ cultivar shown
for the season. In Alaska and Newfoundland its winter color is especially vivid — starkly contrasted against a blanket of white snow. The ‘Baileyi’ cultivar, shown here, is similar in color but lacks the spreading appearance of the straight species.
“Outside red woody planting” — 56ellie
Andrew Keys
Kerria (Kerria japonica)
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in thousands of gold daisies. Does best in part shade, even moderely dry shade, but average soil is fine. all season interest look for variegated cultivar "Picta'
daisies. This pretty shrub does best in part shade, even moderately dry shade, but average soil is fine. For all-season interest, look for variegated cultivar 'Picta'.
daisies. This pretty shrub does best in part shade, even moderately dry shade, but average soil is fine. For all-season interest, look for variegated cultivar 'Picta'.
“the flowers” — Shannon Alke
Creeping raspberry (Rubus calycinoides)
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in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.”
in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.
in sun or shade and even moderately dry conditions, in average soil. You might also find it under the name Rubus calycinoides and the very similar cultivar 'Emerald Carpet'.Photo by J.smith via Wikimedia Commons
“zone 9 groundcover” — drdowling
Le jardinet
narrow trees for narrow gardens
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is my go-to conifer for narrow spaces, since it rarely grows wider than 2 feet. Origin: The species is native to Oregon and California, but this cultivar was developed in the Netherlands. Where it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 6 to 8) Water requirement: Average; do not overwater
This is my go-to conifer for narrow spaces, since it rarely grows wider than 2 feet.Origin: The species is native to Oregon and California, but this cultivar was developed in the Netherlands.Where it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 6 to 8)Water requirement: Average; do not overwaterLight
“Color and composition for side yard” — lesndave
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
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black leaves of a Calathea. This Calathea cultivar, 'Dottie', has an interesting pink stripe around the perimeter, which also plays into the theme perfectly.
Dark: Beefsteak plant, Perilla frutescens 'Magilla' light: Caladium bicolour V dark: Calathea cultivar 'Dottie'
design has it paired with a white caladium (Caladium bicolor) that has striking pink veins and the leathery black leaves of a Calathea. This Calathea cultivar, 'Dottie', has an interesting pink stripe around the perimeter, which also plays into the theme perfectly.
design has it paired with a white caladium (Caladium bicolor) that has striking pink veins and the leathery black leaves of a Calathea. This Calathea cultivar, 'Dottie', has an interesting pink stripe around the perimeter, which also plays into the theme perfectly.
“Begoniad” — sayoprada
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