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For dressing area eyes on wall
I actually have those eyes tattooed
All the use of lucite and glass, the eyes are cool too.
Love the eyes on wall
Eyes and white useage
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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.
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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 project was built by
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 medium water retirements in the summer (at least twice a week).
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, s. bellum. Low water.
Berm Blue-Eyed Grass Sisyrinchium bellum
Russian Sage and Black Eyed Susan: Landscape Architecture by Ryan Manning and Ransom Beegles: http://www.rdesignstudios.com
Mixing PerennialsR Design Landscape Architecture Inc. P.C.
Black Eyed Susan: Landscape Architecture by Ryan Manning and Ransom Beegles: http://www.rdesignstudios.com
black eyed susans for along the driveway wall
black eye susans and russian sage
black-eyed Susans tolerant of dry conditions trive in most kinds of soil
Black eyed Susan's for butterflies & hummingbirds
Black eyed Suzan and Russian sage
Always like the black-eyedSusan. also known as Rudbeckila hirta. Plant late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.
Mixed in a perennial border, Black-eyed Susans brighten up
Black-eyed SusanUSDA zones: 3 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Needs lots of water at first; drought tolerant once establishedSun requirement: Full sun to partial shade; does best in full sunMature size: 12 to 36 inches high and 12 inches wideBenefits and tolerances: Pretty tolerant of dry conditions
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Black Eye Susan's, perennials in the northeast.
black-eyed Susan, Joy Pye Weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster - - butterfly flowers
For the front next to the hydrangea add more black eyed susans
More black eyed susans amongst a beautiful array of plants.
Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) This staple in the summer-to-fall garden features sunny daisy-like blooms with
Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) This staple in the summer-to-fall garden features sunny daisy-like blooms with dark centers on top of tall, coarse stems. Although it's attractive
Black-eyed Susans brighten up a lackluster bed and offer contrast to blues and purples.
Black-eyed Susan, Orange ConeflowerRudbeckiaAn all-American favorite, Black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy-growing character. Ideal for informal, cottage, and meadow gardens, this carefree
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black eyed susans Zones 3 to 9
Black-eyes Susan; better to plant in Spring; full sun to light shade
Common names: Black-eyed Susan, gloriosa daisy, coneflower, brown-eyed Susan Botanical name: Rudbeckia. Plant in Spring
Add to ideabook by Le jardinet 3. Fill in with richly colored flowers that echo the foliage colors. Black-eyed Susans are surely the epitome of a
Black-eyed Susan USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 2 feet tall and wide When to plant: Spring or fall
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 zones: 3 to 11Water requirement:
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black eyes susan and prairie grass right outside windows
Grasses mixed with the drying flower heads of black eyed susans
Black eyed Susans amidst fountain grass
Black-Eyed Susans Mixed with Marsh Grass
brown eyed susan and grass hedge
mix black eyed susan with prairie grasses
Two plants — a black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia sp) and an ornamental fountain grass — are massed together to create a dreamy, textured tapestry.
Black-eyed Susans look right at home weaving in between native prairie grasses. These plants are tough and can handle the competition.
Even after the flowers have withered, the black "eyes" add interesting texture to a fall garden, especially when mixed with the feathery heads of grasses.Once all
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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 high. The
Center at eye level. Good idea
Another 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 it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting in the space, and select your eye-level height accordingly.
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, should be at that height. This means you need to do some math: Measure the distance between the wire and the top of the frame, and measure the height of the
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black-eyed Susans give a nice bit of color.
black-eyed susans and purple cone flower
black eyed susan - low care
Black Eyed Susan. Plant in the spring - full sun to slight shade
Tall grasses and black eyed susans!
Black-eyed Susan attracts beautiful and important pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds.
Glorious Black-Eyed SusanHumans aren’t the only ones who love this plant. Bees, birds and butterflies also flock to it. Plus, it’s easy to grow and can handle tough conditions. Most begin blooming
Masculine lounge space with comfortable modern sectional, industrial coffee table, and green velvet x-based stools. Photo credit: Josh Shadid
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Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above.
With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above
Draw the eye up by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye=popping color on the wall above.
Interesting - TV blends in against a darker wall. White object above draws eye away from TV
5. Distract from the TV (Take 1). With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an
an eye-popping color on the wall above.
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metal eye charts that you see in the photo, but I can make them! www.detroitmetalworks.com
Corten steel sign... eye test letters on corten steel
sign... eye test letters on corten steel” “mirror and steel eye chart, and floors” “Cool steel signs. They can be made with a custom design also.” “The steel art. Melissa” “large steel templates are perfect on this white wall and fit the industrial style of the space.” “steel sign”
study of eyes and vision): Your local eye care center would be the coolest in the city with this pair of industrial, metal eye-chart plates.
oversize eye-chart art pieces against the stark white walls.
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Black eyed susan - this flower!
black eyed susan and lavender combo for the side yard.
Black eyed susans late summer/early fall
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on the eye. As gardener and author Christopher Lloyd notes, white “draws your eye but makes you wish it hadn’t.” Not so with black fencing, which tends to recede into the background, helping to seamlessly blend the site’s boundary into the surrounding landscape. This traditional-style fence is quietly
directs the eye and gives it someplace to rest. Position focal points to be the first thing you see in the space, with surrounding garden elements used to support them. A black focal element has a strong enough presence to be a striking centerpiece.
s the eye and gives it someplace to rest. Position focal points to be the first thing you see in the space, with surrounding garden elements used to support them. A black focal element has a strong enough presence to