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Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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These are Black Eye Susan's, perennials in the northeast.
what are the pink flowers in front of the black eyed susans
The yellow look like rudebeckia (black eyed susans) to me.
Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia) An all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved
The more native species, the better. This bright bunch of black-eyed susan...is that a milkweed in the foreground?...this is
Love black eyed Susie's and I have the mauve flowered plant in the foreground - they complement each other well
Black-eyed Susan or Coneflower Russian Sage Joe Pie Weed
Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia) An all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal
“Love Black-eyed Susans.” — toniboyce1
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
West Lake Project
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This is a detail shot of the Blue eyed grass installed on berm. This grass, actually a member of the iris family, blooms once a year in mid March. This project was designed by architect Gregory Thomas of CG&S Design Build. Mark Biechler of Pearson Landscape assisted in plant design and layout. Landscape
The plant is call Blue Eyed Grass. Its not really a grass but more closely related to the Iris. In Austin it blooms once a year in mid March. Prefers part shade to sun and has
Blue-eyed Grass (related to the Iris family)
blue eyed grass (member of iris family), blooms only once a year in mid march.
Blue eyed grass native zone 5
for front bed? Blue Eyed Grass
Blue eyed grass, s. bellum. Low water.
“Blue eyed grass 6-10 feet?” — coon2013
Boca Theater and Automation
The White House
Ideabooks2,036
Questions8
Where do you get those eyes?
For dressing area eyes on wall
I actually have those eyes tattooed
All the use of lucite and glass, the eyes are cool too.
THE EYES ON THE WALL ARE CUTE
Eyes and white useage
Like the eyes...THE EYES...eyes for Kate...Love the eyes...Eyes have it...Eye wall decal...do the eyes! love...Eyes |~:...EYES ON WALL...love the eyes....Wall eyes...neat eyes...Eyes have it!
“Eyes in my closet /dressing room” — patty5826
R Design Landscape Architecture Inc. P.C.
Mixing Perennials
Ideabooks1,151
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Russian Sage and Black Eyed Susan: Landscape Architecture by Ryan Manning and Ransom Beegles: http://www.rdesignstudios.com
russian sage and black eyed susans
black eyed susan good in clay
black eyed susans good for hummingbirds and bees
black-eyed Susans tolerant of dry conditions trive in most kinds of soil
Black eyed Susan's for butterflies & hummingbirds
Black Eyed Susan. Drought tolerant. Butterflies and hummingbirds feed on it. Can thrive in most soils.
Black Eyed susan - hardy zone 5, easy care
Black eyed Suzan and Russian sage
Always like the black-eyedSusan. also known as Rudbeckila hirta. Plant late spring through midsummer;
them appear to vibrate and dance in the lightest breeze. The lavender spires of Russian sage and joyful yellow sunbursts of black-eyed Susan in the photo here keep the eyes moving around the garden and seem to glimmer from a distance. It's a neat trick and can be accomplished by juxtaposing blue and orange
“colour” — k2841
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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black eyed susans Zones 3 to 9
Black-eyes Susan; better to plant in Spring; full sun to light shade
Deer resistant: Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’)
black eyed susan; drought tolerant; sun or partial
Black eye Susan. Always a fave
black-eyed susan ... late summer, sun
hirta 'Goldsturm'Common name: Black-eyed SusanUSDA zones: 3 to 9Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full sun or partial shadeMature size: 2 feet tall and wideWhen to plant: Spring or fall
Common names: Black-eyed Susan, gloriosa daisy, coneflower, brown-eyed SusanBotanical name: RudbeckiaUSDA
Add bold sweeps of your favorite fall flowers. Black-eyed Susans are without a doubt a fall favorite. Place them within a picture frame of beautiful foliage, and they will really shine.Botanical name: Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'Common name: Black-eyed SusanWhere it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit
“-10 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 6 to 10) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun or pa” — acflood
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks4,937
Questions3
is to center it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting in the space, and select your eye-level height accordingly.
Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches
rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting in the space, and select your eye-level height accordingly.
Center at eye level. Good idea
hung largest art piece at eye level
Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the
Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of the piece
“The painting” — uduak
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
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available as nursery stock so you can use it in all kinds of yards. The other looks like yellow cornflower (Rudbeckia fulgida), or the perennial black-eyed Susan. They have that slightly orange color a the base of the flower turning to yellow at the tips, and that's the dead giveaway for this plant. That's
Both of these plants (assuming that's dwarf) would be about 2-2.5 feet tall at peak. Beautiful choices, and pretty unusual to put them together (black-eyed Susans are a favorite of old time gardens, so pretty interesting choice for a more modern setting — it definitely "works!").
Black-Eyed Susans Mixed with Marsh Grass
brown eyed susan and grass hedge
mix black eyed susan with prairie grasses
“mass grass” — Terrascapes Landscape Design
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Skaneateles Lake House
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Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
11. They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low
draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making
Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces. More: 11 Reasons to Paint Your Ceiling Black
“Door” — runakchavoshi
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