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Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Little Devil Ninebark
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barberry: Ninebark (physocarpus opulifolius) have dark foliage, late spring to early summer blooms that are butterfly/bee magnets. This image is 'Little devil"
not only do they have dark foliage like barberry, but their late-spring to early-summer blooms are real butterfly and bee magnets. In this image you can see
opulifolius) cultivars have dark foliage like barberry, but their late-spring to early-summer blooms are real butterfly and bee magnets. In this image you can see
not only do they have dark foliage like barberry, but their late-spring to early-summer blooms are real butterfly and bee magnets. In this image you can see
“Ninebark ‘Little Devil’ Alternative to Japanese Barberry” — martharuffin
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Phoenix Renovations
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Arlington Living Space
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The floors are Red Oak hardwood and the stain is Minwax Early American. You can see all the Minwax
Early American...“stain is Minwax Early American...floor color Early Am
“Step down to warm feeling living room.” — bdearmoun
naturalmidwestgarden.com
Monarch Butterflies and Milkweed
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even though it prefers medium moisture). Any milkweed can be planted from early spring through October (mulch well in fall to prevent winter frost heave)
even though it prefers medium moisture). Any milkweed can be planted from early spring through October (mulch well in fall to prevent winter frost heave)
“milkweed is great for Monarch butterflies” — junemargaret
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
Home Orchard
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to seed and become bitter in summer, but plant them during the spring and early fall and you can enjoy fresh-from-the-garden goodness for salads and sandwiches
to seed and become bitter in summer, but plant them during the spring and early fall and you can enjoy fresh-from-the-garden goodness for salads and sandwiches
“Walkway” — sjohn1144
Pendleton Design Management
Trees
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in winter to maintain shape. Feed with a general balanced fertilizer in early spring before new growth comes out.
in winter to maintain shape. Feed with a general balanced fertilizer in early spring before new growth comes out.
“its beauty” — taahereh
Longfield Gardens
blue bulbs
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gone dormant in early summer. Don’t be surprised to see new foliage (but no flowers) appear in fall.
can dig them up and divide them in autumn or after they’ve gone dormant in early summer. Don’t be surprised to see new foliage (but no flowers) appear in
can dig them up and divide them in autumn or after they’ve gone dormant in early summer. Don’t be surprised to see new foliage (but no flowers) appear in
Grape hyacinth - color; early bloomer
“Grape Hyacinth (Muscari spp) The flowers of grape hyacinths look like, well, little clumps of grape” — rdennis60
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
San Francisco Dining Terrace
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thriving. Mature paddle plants sprout a single flower stalk in late winter or early spring. As with other monocarpic succulents, this signals Kalanchoe’s impending
thriving.Mature paddle plants sprout a single flower stalk in late winter or early spring. As with other monocarpic succulents, this signals Kalanchoe’s impending
thriving. Mature paddle plants sprout a single flower stalk in late winter or early spring. As with other monocarpic succulents, this signals Kalanchoe's impending
thriving.Mature paddle plants sprout a single flower stalk in late winter or early spring. As with other monocarpic succulents, this signals Kalanchoe’s impending
“Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture SaveEmail Distinguishing traits. Fleshy, gray-green, flat l” — marvalousaz
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Italian Modern
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your ultimate splurge is a Chihuly masterpiece, you'll want to get started early to incorporate all that will be required. You'll also have to accept that
was the right thing to do. Not surprisingly, the Chihuly folks were hired early on for the installation of this 19-foot-long piece
your ultimate splurge is a Chihuly masterpiece, you'll want to get started early to incorporate all that will be required. You'll also have to accept that
was the right thing to do. Not surprisingly, the Chihuly folks were hired early on for the installation of this 19-foot-long piece.
“Blown glass chadalier” — showroomstyle
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