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Backyard Perennial Garden
total garden, mixing in some vegetables as well, and using pavers as a walkway or paths through the different beds to separate. What would you suggest?
perennial garden are very easy to grow plants in the Chicago area; which is primarily Zone 5. The perennials in this picture are Black Eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, Brilliant Sedum, Stella D'Oro Daylily, Joe Pye Weed, and some Knock Out Roses. I also incorporated some "pockets of annuals" for constant
love the garden full of plants.
model for garden along back fence
This is a beautiful border garden
of the garden we want in our mind, we can become impatient to turn it into reality. With enough money it can be easy to achieve this reality by using large specimen plants, but this is not the Slow Gardening way.The pleasure of slow gardening is enjoying the process as much as the result. Perennials and
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Patina Style by Brooke and Steve Giannetti
Everything about this garden fits into my dreamy organic fruit & veggie plan. Here's to three acres of part delicious black loam(the acre for the garden). My own organic compost heap,done right,that you don't smell unless you're in
garden veggies with chairs for patio
Mexican heather planted along the garden boxes
the garden is also a place to relax and enjoy. just what I want!
They planted herbs around the border of the raised garden bed
front garden, beds and walkways were established, then the plants were allowed to go wild. Weathered pots, iron pieces and wicker were casually added to decorate the space and to provide spots to relax and enjoy it.
your garden. You may need to rearrange existing plantings or even redesign hardscaped areas to get your edibles in the best spot.
San Anselmo Organic Garden
When each bed is planted with a different species, it makes crop rotation easy. Simply plant potatoes, onions, tomatoes... in separate raised beds and rotate them so that the same type of plant is not in the same bed for three additional
rotation easy. Simply plant potatoes, onions, legumes and brassicas in separate raised beds and rotate them so that the same type of plant is not in the same bed for three additional years. This keeps the soil fertile and helps protect plants from diseases and pests organically.
gardening and fence in rustic style
Great idea using reclaimed wood and tin for gardening.
raised garden beds and branches for climbers
Raised garden beds-easier on the back!
raised garden beds made from corrugated metal and wood are paired with repurposed fuel drums for an industrial-style vegetable garden.Onus and Viljoen are passionate about organic food and subsistence farming. Between their secondary vegetable garden and the larger garden at the main Woodside homestead
Toad lily, Photo by Shotaku
OMG I love this for a shade garden
They bloom is the fall when most of the garden is done for the summer
Provide rich organic soil and plenty of water, especially in sunnier areas. Some varieties have gold-edged leaves, which can really shine in the shade.
fall blooming toad lily for back shade garden.
rich organic soil, plenty of water in sunny areas
Toad Lily - for shady garden
Complex Toad Lily The name may not be inviting, but toad lily is the perfect addition to a woodland garden. It fits in well with
woodland garden. It fits in well with shade-loving foliage plants, such as ferns, its pale green leaves contrasting with darker greens around it. At the end of summer, almost orchid-like white, pink or purple blossoms spotted with darker purple markings appear along the leaves from base to tip, adding a
Jean Marsh Design
Edible Landscape Design
easy way to get rid of branches that come down from elm trees
for the garden, but I want real wild-edible plants.
Organic Matters: Thwart Insect Pests With Trap Crops Photo 14 of 14 Trap crops won’t work on all insects, and should always be used in conjunction with other control methods. It is just one piece of an entire strategy of organic gardening
strategy of organic gardening that includes planting a diverse range of crops, choosing pest-resistant plant varieties, crop rotation, attracting beneficial insects and using cover crops.More: Garden BFFs? Why Your Vegetables Are Begging for Companion PlantsWhat to Do in Your Garden Now
vegetable garden, try to incorporate companion plants for improved plant health. Good partners for tomato plants include members of the onion family, carrots, parsley, cucumbers, nasturtiums and marigolds.
Oso Easy® Peachy Cream Landscape Rose
Oso Easy® Peachy Cream Landscape Rose
of Oso Easy Peachy Cream are self cleaning and contrast wonderfully against the glossy dark green foliage. 1-3' (0.3-0.9 m) tall and wide. Full sun. USDA Zones 3-9
Oso Easy, "Peachy Cream". No deadheading or spraying, 1-3 feet tall
easy to grow in front of house
1. 'Oso Easy'. This is actually a
Easy roses for landscaping & pots.
Oso Easy - 1-3 feet tall - no spraying, deheading, stay
Oso easy rose: easy to grow
Oso Easy: actually a group of roses that live up to their name. No spraying or deadheading, stay compact 1 to 3' in small gradens and for zone 3 to 9
Luv the color,would love to incorporate these roses somewhere in my garden
oso easy peachy cream (low maintenance)
Little Miracles Designs
Suburban woodland garden
Perennial garden. Would love to create one. Want to draw butterflies, bees, birds.
Alliums are hardy, easy-to-grow, spectacular bloomers that return year after year. Plant bulbs in fall, in well-drained, sandy soil. Amend the soil with organic
I have the plant in my garden and didn't know what they were
hardy, easy-to-grow, spectacular bloomers that return year after year. Plant bulbs in fall, in well-drained, sandy soil. Amend the soil with organic matter before planting.Alliums flower in spring and summer. After they have finished flowering, you can cut back on watering — yellowing foliage will be
of the garden.More great design flowers:Canna Lily | Catmint | Golden Creeping Jenny | Pacific Coast Iris | PlumbagoRed Kangaroo Paw | Sally Holmes Rose | Slipper Plant | Snake FlowerGreat design trees:Dove Tree | Bald Cypress | Chinese Witch Hazel | Japanese Maple | Manzanita | Persian Ironwood | Smoke