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Timothy Lee landscape design
2003 Perennial plant of the year: Leucanthemum 'Becky'
"Keep on deadheading roses, Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum), dahlias and other summer-flowering plants," writes landscape designer Genevieve Schmidt. "By removing spent flowers, you encourage the plant to continue setting new buds and put energy into blooms for the rest of the summer."
beginning of September -- a much longer flowering season than most Shasta. 'Becky' is an excellent choice for the border, mass-planted or even in a 'naturalized' setting. It makes a great cut flower and is also loved by butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant it with Russian Sage (Pervoskia atriplicifolia)
Deadheading will encourage reblooming and an extended flowering season. It grows about 40" tall and just about as wide. Hardy Zn 4 - 9.
Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
Flowers planted around paddock fences, garden shed overall
I like the flower beds around
Flower beds, the curb appeal of this little house, would work for mine
love the flowers and the weathered wood
great wood, love the stone "patio" outside the door plus the flowers!
I like the flowers around the porch and building. use
dabah landscape designs
Beautiful purple plants. Could you please tell me what these are?
What are the yellow plants? They really set off the purple.
would love to know if these flowers would grow in very cold northern
I would like to know definitively what the chartreuse plant is!PLEASE!
Please tell me what are are the purple plants?
Approximately, how many roses bushes are in this area? I'm assuming they are planted on the opposite side or is it this side of the photo? It's a beautiful
can you please tell me all of the names of the flowers? I would like to do the same design.
Love the look these plants give used together! Could you identify the variety of rose and what the yellow/green plant between the purples is? Thanks so much!! I'm simply in love with this vignette, brilliant, truly. I would love to try this in front of our white
Huettl Landscape Architecture
texture of these verticle plants on both sides of stone wall
Lavender fuzzy,spiky foreground, what are the red flowers?
Like plants around wall and stone
Plants especially the ones in the background
Lavender is a plant you don't want to cheat on space; when clustered too tightly, it will grow leggy and reach for the sun. It is a slow-growing perennial as well, so be patient and give those small bushes space.
McCullough's Landscape & Nursery
purple plants in front of boxwoods are a good idea.
How I see planting in existing raised
I like the wall material, like the bushes and flowers as well
Like the blending of lavender plants and use of large pots on hard surfaces
Stone work and plants
The plants along the wall.
Short with nice flowers
Purple plants...Potted plants...potted flowers...potted plants...purple flowers...flower border
examples of work
Could you please tell me what kind of flowers are in the picture and
What is the variety of the peach color rose and what is the pink flowering bush? Is it another variety of rose? Thanks!
Love the thickness of those bougainvilleas! Is that several plants in pots maybe sitting on fence and hanging down? Thanks so much!
they are two plants in the ground.
as much as I remember, the rose is sunrise and the plant behind it is bouganvillea Tahitian dawn
roses and the pink flowers on the wall
Easy-care plants will give you a sense of accomplishment, boosting your confidence to try more. For indoor plants start with pothos or sansevieria, and for outside plants, consider Knock Out roses
lushness of plantings and color combinations
Platinum Landscape LLC
What's the name of these pink flowers
pink flowers around side of front of the house
color of flowers and the mass
need some more flowers in our garden
rows of flowers I think they are petunias
flowers in front of bigger bushes
Garden flowers. Front
Pink flowers around the drive
Landscape and flower
I ❤️ the flowers
The pink flowers are petunias
Border plants...Pink flowers...The purple flowers...flower boarder...flower border...pink flowers
Is there a design plan for this? What flowers are used?
I would like to try and do this and was wondering what plants were used?
Is there a design plan for this garden, and a list of what plants were used? Thank you.
What zone is this garden in? (And I am also waiting to find out which plants were used as already asked
(Tithonia rotundifolia). Planted in spring after all danger of frost, it can easily grow to 6' tall in a matter of months. It's a great plant for cut flowers and attracting butterflies, especially Monarch.
So, these plants do good in FULL sun? what
think the white flowers in front are annual vinca (Catharanthus roseus), sometimes called Madagascar periwinkle. The purple spikes look to be annual salvia 'Victoria', and the tall orange flowers I think are annual Mexican Sunflower. All thrive in full sun.