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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What's the name of the Aloe looking plant? THanks
Sutter Buttes in CA canyon home with rocky reddish soil needs plants, would these grow? If so, what are
Extremely hardy - doesn't take any care at all since it's truly a native desert plant... ...although when it sends up a huge flower stalk after 20 years or so, it's days are numbered
Sandy soil plants, low water, low maintenance
Sand-Tolerant Plants As a general rule, drought-tolerant plants
Blue fescue jankaroo paw drought sandy soil
I like everything except the thorney plant. :)
Great selections for Casa de Romantica: 1) Century plant- Agave americana 7-10, 2)
Use drought-tolerant plants. It's highly likely that your coastal soil is mostly sand, so forgo thirsty turfgasses and finicky plants whenever possible and opt for a water-wise alternative. This planting of century plant (Agave americana
“we like the diversity, colour and varying of this image. while this is more for a dryer climate the” — joeblack1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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what are the name of these plants?
Hi angryredhead thanks so much for giving the names of the plants.....i really appreciate it.
From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox
(Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
Drought-Tolerant Plants Drought-tolerant plants require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods. These plants come in an amazing variety and can
blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.” “euphorbia - drought resistant native plants” “Drought-Tolerant Plants Drought-tolerant plants require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods. These plants come in an amazing variety and
“euphorbia” — scotfree63
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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joined by other drought-tolerant plants in this sun-loving combination.
to life. The cushion of rockery pinks (Dianthus sp, USDA zone varies) in the foreground is joined by other drought-tolerant plants in this sun-loving combination.
life. The cushion of rockery pinks (Dianthus sp, USDA zone varies) in the foreground is joined by other drought-tolerant plants in this sun-loving combination.
mix, however, and it really comes to life. The cushion of rockery pinks (Dianthus sp, USDA zone varies) in the foreground is joined by other drought-tolerant plants in this sun-loving combination.
mix, however, and it really comes to life. The cushion of rockery pinks (Dianthus sp, USDA zone varies) in the foreground is joined by other drought-tolerant plants in this sun-loving combination.
“drought tolerant garden” — lindsayellis1
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Genevieve Schmidt
Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
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What is the light colored plant in foreground and purple plant in background?
what is the plant with the pink flowers called; & the one next to it?
areas that are very wet. They are reasonably drought tolerant once established.
maintenance and drought tolerant. If you've never grown this plant before, you will be delighted with its fleshy leaves and broccoli-like blooms that start out green, changing to pink and finally bronze as they age. They will look spectacular when planted with other drought-tolerant plants, like succulents
Autumn Joy Sedum (Sedum 'Autumn Joy') Also called stonecrop, sedum comes from the succulent family of plants, so you already know it's low maintenance and drought tolerant. If you've never grown this plant before, you will be delighted
“sedum” — usethis
Anne Kunzig
Drought Tolerant Gardens
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Drought tolerant plants/garden w/lots of color and texture.
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Drought Tolerant Gardens
Wall& plants...drought tolerant...Plant design...slope plants...climbing plant...drought tolerant
“Purple sea lavender” — jpemail
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
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seating areas.The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
Hi there, What is the green spiky succulent plant in the foreground??
Can you tell me what the yellow and green striped plant is in the back?
The yellow flowering shrub is Tagetes lemonii or as it is commonly called 'Mexican Marigold'. Some of the other plants are Salvia chamaedryoides, Salvia Leucantha and Aloe striata.
Lushness with drought tolerant plants and succulents
“bench on the path” — sarahdeptula
Monrovia
Golden Variegated Sweet Flag
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Choose plants that can handle having wet feet. Even if you don’t plant a rain garden, the easiest and most direct option is to use plants that will actually thrive in your conditions. They might be a little harder to find than drought-tolerant plants, but there are lots
2. Choose plants that can handle having wet feet. Even if you don’t plant a rain garden, the easiest and most direct option is to use plants that will actually thrive in your conditions. They might be a little harder to find than drought-tolerant plants, but there are lots of possibilities
Choose plants that can handle having wet feet. Even if you don’t plant a rain garden, the easiest and most direct option is to use plants that will actually thrive in your conditions. They might be a little harder to find than drought-tolerant plants, but there are lots of possibilities
“Shade plants” — radkar
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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What varierty of cotinus is the lovely red plant in the photo?
Drought Tolerant Plants lining the painted cement walls
Is this drought resistant? I like the colorful plants.
In this colorful garden, drought-tolerant plantings show that you can save water and still pile on all the reds, yellows, oranges, blues, greens and purples you want. Bright daylily (Hemerocallis)
“Backyard” — esortega
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