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2014 flowers and foliage
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Such gorgeous flowers. My soil wouldn't allow these flowers to remain in purple or shades of blue the acidity changes the colours on me :( Would love to grow these flowers.
Distinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need staking
perennials to my garden. Yet my personal favorites — the Pacific Giants — are far from low maintenance. True to their name, these 6- to 8-foot-tall flowering stems need to be tied to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming. Due to their sheer stature, they are
and rabbit resistant; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies Seasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: SpringDistinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need stakingPlanting notes: Plant in fertile, well-drained soil; use as part of a romantic
“deer resist and rabbit 2andhalf feet tall = 40 Dwarf Stars Delphinium” — zorf
Aiken House & Gardens
Carolyn Aiken
Ideabooks21,433
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What is the vine with the blue flowers?
Whist is the nome of Thaís flower.
The bluish flower on vine is clematis. Is that the flower you are asking about?
Clematis : flower , vine growing on wood
Not all decoration has to hung on a wall. This cottage-style dining area is complete with a trellis, climbing vines, flower arrangements, wrought iron chairs and crisp white linens. I see a Sunday afternoon tea with ladies of distinction in this romantic setting.
Choose flowering clematis vines at the nursery. Clematis vines have some of the biggest, most dramatic blooms of any plant in the Northwest, and now is the time to
to buy them at the nursery for the best selection. They're newly out of dormancy and just starting to bloom, so you can see the color from the flower itself, not the tag. Favorites include Clematis "Niobe" with deep red blooms, and Clematis "Jackmanii" for a rich purple.
“Corners” — mygraygirl
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,216
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Hi! I love the Pink flowers in the planters outside. What kind of flower is that?
LOVE this room! But it needs a few permanent pink accents; not just flowers and a blanket.
Pop of color to match flowers
ceiling plane are well balanced. Tip: Repeating color throughout a room can have a nice effect. I like how the pink on the outside flowers continues inside with more flowers and a casual pink throw.
ceiling plane are well balanced.Tip: Repeating color throughout a room can have a nice effect. I like how the pink on the outside flowers continues inside with more flowers and a casual pink throw.
“fireplace” — dbaron22
Suna Interior Design
Arlington House
Ideabooks1,574
Questions8
What are those flowers called? Love them!
Display freshly cut bloomsNothing says ‘I’ve made an effort’ like an impressive display of flowers. For a classy and sophisticated effect, keep it simple, sticking to one type of flower, like the hydrangeas here. Arrange them generously in a glass vase as a striking table decoration.
“Low silver bowl for flowers” — katieprinciotto
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
Ideabooks24,688
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backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
I like how the path seems to flow into the garden flowers.
I like the crazy paving, softened at the edges by flowering ground cover and a curve which creates interest
provide interest. From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials (irises and lady's mantle) and soft shrubs (azaleas), the design is inspired and appealing.
row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials (irises and lady's mantle) and soft shrubs (azaleas), the design is inspired
“Path” — willabelle
Lynch Landscape and Tree Service, Inc.
4 Reviews
Weston Residence
Ideabooks671
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What are the pink flowers in this picture?
What are the white flowers in the back?
Hi Ghrhome, thanks for your interest in our photo! The white flowered shrubs on top of the wall are Annabelle Hydrangeas. (Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle') This is a fantastic border shrub, with it's huge white flowers that can reach up to 1 foot or more in diameter! They typically mature to be a bit
'Paradise Lavender on Fuchsia' New Guinea impatiens Impatiens 'Paradise Lavender on Fuchsia' produces lavender flowers with a fuchsia stripe on each petal. It grows 16 inches tall. They offer a great punch of color in the summer seasons here in New England, and do best
“Love the hydrangeas” — jwarren2013
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Fountains
Ideabooks2,708
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What are the trees by front door with yellow flower?
outline of flowers of the pond
again simple idea of using flowers as a border
Love the fountain and the flowers around it
flowers around fountain
flowers at basin...Orange Flowers...Yellow Flowers
“Fountain” — dmarzouk
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8 Reviews
Tiburon2
Ideabooks2,300
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What are the white flowers in the walkway?
Like the white flowers in here
Add romance with a rose archIf roses be the flowers love, then a rose archway must the harbinger of great romance. Well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it… But seriously, you can’t go far wrong with an abundance of these fabulous fragrant blooms arching over a verdant pathway.
“BBQ of Eden” — jacktanner74
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