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Plan-it Earth Design
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Inviting Spaces
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Leptinella (formerly Cotula) squallida. It looks like tiny ferns and makes a dense mat of 1" high foliage. It's evergreen in the more temperate regions
carpet of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates.
of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates.
dense carpet of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates. More: Plants for Your Pathway
dense carpet of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates.
"Brass Buttons" ground cover. Tiny fern like plants that can take foot
Leptinella is a vigorous grower and forms a dense carpet of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates.More: Plants for Your Pathway
this fern-like ground cover is cool!
“Textures - solution for 'forgotten' area-,tight knit -natural” — Garden Designs by Jacqueline, Llc.
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Red Yarrow, Achillia spp
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s,Beds & Borders,Slopes,GroundcoverSpecial Features:Flowers,Attractive Foliage,Winter Interest,Cut Flowers,Dried Flowers,Attracts Butterflies,Drought Tolerant
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination of hot and cool colors.
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination
forming seed. Your plants’ energy will be better spent on developing healthy foliage and root systems. Some plants will also form another set of flower buds
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination
“red yarrow” — frostdr
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
partridge feather, Tanacetum densum amani
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Jocelyn H. Chilvers Fern-Like Foliage This may be deeply cut (dissected), like true ferns, partridge feather (Tanacetum densum sp
Fern-Like Foliage This may be deeply cut (dissected), like true ferns, partridge feather (Tanacetum densum sp
Garden TEXTURE 10/2013 Fern-Like Foliage This may be deeply cut (dissected), like true ferns, partridge feather (Tanacetum densum sp
honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos). Fern like feel would go great with crimson queen maple tree.
true ferns, partridge feather (Tanacetum densum sp
l interest: Evergreen foliage; flowers in early summer
Fern-Like FoliageThis may be deeply cut (dissected), like true ferns, partridge feather (Tanacetum
(Achillea spp). A similar texture may be achieved with pinnately compound foliage such as that of European mountain ash (Sorbus accuparia), several sumac
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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
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Fernbush Foliage photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Distinguishing traits. Deeply dissected, fern-like foliage gives this plant its common name. The leaves are silvery in color and
so a toad skinned like ferny shrub with aromatic and sticky leaves. What is it. Grows in Denver
Distinguishing traits. Deeply dissected, fern-like foliage gives this plant its common name. The leaves are silvery in color and semievergreen. They
“so a toad skinned like ferny shrub with aromatic and sticky leaves. What is it. Grows in Denver” — afj516
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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rambunctious dog scampering over them. The plants form a carpet of soft fern-like foliage wherever dappled light pierces the canopy; they thrive in the fertile
lacy foliage, beautiful drooping pink flowers.
pretty flower, it appears fragile ..just like a real heart;)
garden).Seasonal interest: Flowers in late springWhen to plant: As the foliage begins to go dormant in late summer or when new shoots begin to appear in
“Plant these flowers in forest. They propagate by wind or you can divide them in early spring.” — jenniferw1
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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rambunctious dog scampering over them. The plants form a carpet of soft fern-like foliage wherever dappled light pierces the canopy; they thrive in the fertile
garden). Seasonal interest: Flowers in late spring When to plant: As the foliage begins to go dormant in late summer or when new shoots begin to appear in
Canada to Northern California. Its foliage has more of a blue-green cast than that of its eastern relative. It likes similar growing conditions but spreads
“Pacific bleedingheart=Dicentra fromosa native to the western coast of north america from Canada to n” — menal
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 01
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what is the name of the fern under the trees? thank you!!!
Swamp fern is Blechnum serrulatum. The one shown in this image is the commonly called in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name
is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family.
colorful foliage. Especially like the color.
put this kind of foliage around the oaks?
Landscaping with ferns around the oak trees.
love the ferns around the trees...like the oaks mixed with the tropical...Swamp ferns at base of trees
“Ferns under oaks” — pagant
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Fern Bed
Ideabooks1,176
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Ferns immediately come to mind when we think of shade gardens, and for good reason. They have been on Earth for more than 300 million years. Most ferns
in which they will grow.There are, however, many other reasons to plant ferns. Let’s take a look at eight of them.
I would Love ferns like this...Ferns in the forest...LOVE THE FERNS!...Fern Bed...love love love ferns...Ferns to pond...Like because...Fern garden....Fern bed for front...FERNS ��...shade area w ferns...native fern woodland...I just like it...fern heaven...underplanting ferns...ferns in woods...Like planting ferns in shade...Fern groundcover...Fern Bed
“for slope” — Susan Wells
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