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CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Choisya ternata
Ideabooks689
Questions0
Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over
Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) - evergreen, naturally rounded and full, remains small, lots of fragrant flowers...
Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most
to partial sun 5' H & W plant spring or summer
Mexican Orange(Choisya ternata)Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting
Mexican Orange(Choisya ternata)Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller
“Mexican (mock orange): Sundance yellow leaves, Pearl Fern like leaves” — martinsmum
Proven Winners
'Wild Romance' Hebe
Ideabooks401
Questions0
Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
interest: Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliageSummer flowersEvergreenPlanting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired.Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring.Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil
“Wild Romance Hebe (Hebe ‘Wild Romance’) With bright green variegated foliage that turns to rich” — martablase
Winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis)
Ideabooks270
Questions0
front of a border, alongside a pathway or allowed to naturalize in an open woodland. Because of their petite stature, avoid planting them near taller, evergreen plants. Plant them around herbaceous perennials such as hosta or Japanese forest grass, where the dying foliage of the winter aconite will
front of a border, alongside a pathway or allowed to naturalize in an open woodland. Because of their petite stature, avoid planting them near taller, evergreen plants. Plant them around herbaceous perennials such as hosta or Japanese forest grass, where the dying foliage of the winter aconite will
the front of a border, alongside a pathway or allowed to naturalize in an open woodland. Because of their petite stature, avoid planting them near taller, evergreen plants. Plant them around herbaceous perennials such as hosta or Japanese forest grass, where the dying foliage of the winter aconite will
“eranthis hyemalis- aconite” — kindofpurple
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Acanthus mollis, at the Getty Villa, CA
Ideabooks1,000
Questions1
What type of plant is this?
This is Acanthus 'Mollis'. Be warned that in warmer climates this plant may be difficult to eradicate (bits of roots left in the ground will sprout again).
I like all these plants. Different textures of green.
7 evergreen wonders of the plant world Bears Breech
Questions0 “good shade plant that can withstand less than desirable soil and clay.” “When to plant: Spring or summer” “love the foliage. is it deer resistant?” “& high plant in spring or summer” “I like all these plants. Different textures of green.” “7 evergreen wonders of the plant world Bears Breech”
evergreen plant: bear's breech (acanthus molllis) 4' wide and tall, zones 6 or 7 to 11, partial shade to dappled shade
“Texture” — sumac16
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
Ideabooks7,724
Questions5
the geometric style of this space. A single species of low-growing, evergreen plants creates the blocks for a year-round effect. A mixed, informal drift planting would have confused the overall design."
plants softening retaining walls. Rhythm and repetition of planting.
glass pool enclosure, shaded living/kitchen area, elevated stepped planting areas, snack bar at pool.
RE: geometric plantings "Restricting the planting to the block and strips created by the planters within this
Restricting the planting to the block and strips created by the planters within this design fits the geometric style of this space. A single species of low-growing, evergreen plants creates the blocks for a year-round effect. A mixed, informal drift planting would have confused the overall design.
“Cool chair” — gmalpass
Seasons Landscaping
Seasons Living Wall Beverly Hills
Ideabooks15,324
Questions7
We're trying to emulate something similar for a high end project in Hillsborough CA. Would you reveal your secrets on the species of plants used, irrigation and installation? I'll be happy to pay a fee.
air of formality while establishing a feeling of calm with the plants’ soothing colours.
Green, or living, walls are a great example of a simplicity and style that suit block and strip planting. Strips and blocks of evergreen plants create a wonderful pattern of colour and texture and provide a wonderful
Green, or living, walls are a great example of a simplicity and style that suit block and strip planting. Strips and blocks of evergreen plants create a wonderful pattern of color and texture and provide a wonderful backdrop to a formal contemporary garden.
“beautiful living wall” — tanchick
Andrew Keys
'Helene von Stein' lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein')
Ideabooks970
Questions1
If it is the lovely stalk this plant send up is silver also and the tips of the blooms have a kind of rose colored tint. Beautiful border plant
winter in mild areas, but the plant is not properly evergreen. Plants flower in midsummer, and the thick, silvery, felty stems with knotty buds are quite a feature. The purple-pink flowers are not very conspicuous, being hidden among the fluffy foliage. Established plants are reasonably drought tolerant
winter in mild areas, but the plant is not properly evergreen. Plants flower in midsummer, and the thick, silvery, felty stems with knotty buds are quite a feature. The purple-pink flowers are not very conspicuous, being hidden among the fluffy foliage. Established plants are reasonably drought tolerant
“Green blog and nature” — debmontana
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks6,144
Questions1
And the name of the upright plant in the foreground between the lavender and the Thrift? It almost looks like a juniper. Thanks!
The Grass is Blue Oat Grass, Helictorichons sempervires. A good non invasive clumping grass. The foreground evergreen plant is Pinus mugo mugo, Slowmound. A small tough pine. This variety of the mugo is smaller and more compact than the standard Mugo Pine.
he Grass is Blue Oat Grass, Helictorichons sempervires. A good non invasive clumping grass. The foreground evergreen plant is Pinus mugo mugo, Slowmound. A small tough pine. This variety of the mugo is smaller and more compact than the standard Mugo Pine.
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects The Grass is Blue Oat Grass, Helictorichons sempervires. A good non invasive clumping grass. The foreground evergreen plant is Pinus mugo mugo, Slowmound. A small tough pine. This variety of the mugo is smaller and more compact than the standard Mugo Pine. January 13
“Purple” — suzannabaird
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