2,483 drought tolerant shade plant Home Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
'Skylands' oriental spruce, female cones
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Well suited to smaller spaces; some drought tolerance once established; additionally, it offers a good nesting spot for birds Seasonal interest: Year-round
sun/afternoon shade in warmer climates Mature size: 30 feet high and 10 feet wide, growing 4 to 6 inches per year once established Benefits and tolerances: Well
“Skylands Oriental spruce” — Julie Banfield
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Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Plant Layering and Contrast
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The foundation planting for this home needed to be creative in that there is an patio space running along the length of the front. The Landscape Architect
Architect chose groundcovers and contrasting plants both in texture and color to provide abundance of interest to the front foundation bed. The mult-stemmed
variagted liriope and provides great fall color to compliment the various grass plants in the fall season.
Contrasting plantings Great for our new front yard?
Serviceberries are great planted in front of a house
Serviceberries are great planted in front of a house, adjacent to a patio, in groups or as a specimen tree, or along a woodland's edge. If you have a larger
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
SwampRed.JPG
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zone) Light requirement: Full sun to some shade Mature size: 2 feet wide and 3 to 4 feet tall Benefits and tolerances: Spicy vanilla scent; attracts many b
dry. It takes full sun or a bit of shade, averaging 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Monarch butterflies lay eggs on. Plant 3-5 together among other perennials
bit of shade, averaging 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide.
I have plenty of bees and monarch butterflies in my yard in the summer and these plants would be
wet to slightly dry. full sun 3' tall and 2' wide. Monarchs lay eggs on - plant 3-5 together w/other perennials.
clay from anything wet to just slightly dry. It takes full sun or a bit of shade, averaging 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide.
“Swamp milkweed” — teamburnsbunch
Southern Living Plant Collection
Cleopatra™ Liriope Liriope muscari 'Bigun' PP#15474
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Pruning As needed PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS water before planting plant in full sun to part shade dig hole 3X the width of pot backfill and plant 1”-2” above soil
summer Plant Type Groundcovers/Grasses Evergreen or Deciduous Evergreen USDA Zones 5,6,7,8,9 Zone Detail Hardy to -20°F Key Features Heat tolerance, dwarf
to part shade Bloom Season Summer Dimension 15" H x Clumping Growth Rate Moderate to fast growth CARE Water Water as needed Soil Type Tolerates a wide
soil level water and add more soil if needed mulch plants
Ketti Kupper Conscious Life Design
5 Reviews
View into West Gate
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morning fog. The DG can 'feel' darker and cooler in shade and with drought tolerant but lush looking plants.
“The gate opens to a natural decomposed granite path.” — Ketti Kupper Conscious Life Design
John French Landscape Design
Eltham
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drought tolerant garden
Full Sun To Partial Shade...native plants
WAX Design Pty Ltd
3 Reviews
Millswood, SA
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drought tolerant...shade loving...mass planting
WAX Design Pty Ltd
3 Reviews
Millswood, SA
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drought tolerant...shade loving...mass planting
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