12,559 evergreen foliage Home Design Photos

LDAW Landscape Architecture, PC
26 Reviews
Rock Garden
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tolerances: Flowers attract birds and butterflies; drought tolerant; deer tolerant where noted Seasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spring
small evergreen with boulders
“Botanical name: Sedum spp Common name: Stonecrop USDA zones: 3 to 10, depending on species (find you” — heih
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
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12 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Drought and coastal tolerant; flowers and fruit attract hummingbirds and butterflies Seasonal interest: Evergreen foliage; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant in spring to establish before winter
appearance of a well-tended and salt-pruned garden. Take a page from Mother Nature's book and plant masses of proven and beautiful plants. Alternate fine-foliaged (small-leaved) plants with course (large-leaved) ones to keep the scene interesting, and arrange them in naturalistic curving swaths to imitate the
“coastal landscape” — alanehoffman
The New York Botanical Garden
Autumn Joy sedum
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tolerances: Flowers attract birds and butterflies; drought tolerant; deer tolerant where noted Seasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spring Shown here: Sedum 'Birthday Party', zones 4 to 10
“Sedums are also known for their flowers. They typically flower from late spring through fall and per” — 4868
Balsam Hill
9 Reviews
Balsam Hill: 12 Bloggers of Christmas
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Inspired by memories of her childhood, Kristin decided to decorate their King Mountain Pine artificial tree with white and crystal pieces. The evergreen foliage of their tree was accented with shiny glass Christmas balls and sparkling reindeer ornaments, creating the look of snow-covered forests in the
Becky Bourdeau @ Potted
Point Breeze Vacant Lot Improvement
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trailing foliage that turns crimson red in fall.Lonicera Edmee Gold: For a pop of evergreen chartreuse foliage on tidy, trailing stemsCampanula 'Cherry Bells': For dusky purple flower interest in summerEuonymus 'Moonshadow': For bold, creamy gold and green variegated foliage that is not only evergreen but
“Use sand, small pebbles in my backyard.” — stsngarus
Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc.
Brazelberries
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Distinguishing traits:EvergreenStunning foliage colorCompactAttractive white bell-shaped flowersMedium-size, sweet fruitHow to use it:In a container it is sufficiently ornamental to be a solo star, or add other plants in shades of lime, pink and white for a striking composition.Within a mixed border
“Peach Sorbet Blueberry” — castlequeen98
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes December
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frozen, to keep it frozen. Shredded leaves are fine for most of the garden, tucked in around plants but never over the crown. Perennials with evergreen basal foliage, such as peach-leafed bellflower (Campanula persifolia 'Blue-Eyed Blonde', shown), cardinal flowers (Lobelia species and hybrids) and coral
“Mulch the garden AFTER the ground is frozen, in order to keep it frozen” — Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
West Winds Nursery LLC
2 Reviews
Water's edge
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Valley Boxwood, Autumn Bride Coral Bell, Dwarf Summer sweet, Inkberry and Ornamental Grasses are used around the patio. These selections bring evergreen foliage, fragrance and movement to the setting.
“lake” — mpipkin
plants
could you please tell me the name of all 3 plants here. thanks
Absolutely beautiful! What variety of evergreens are in the background?
Also, could you please provide the names of the smaller shrubs and grasses (other than Japanese forest grass and japanese maple) in the foreground? I...
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