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CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea) and grasses at the Montreal Botanical Ga
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Rudbekias and cone flowers amongst grasses
Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the composition, they
cone flowers mixed in with grasses
Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the composition, they add contrast
Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the composition, they add contrast in foliage and color interest. Asters, coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea cvs, zones 3 to 9), daisies and liatris are some of the best contenders for this job.
Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the composition, they add contrast in foliage and color interest. Asters, coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea cvs, zones 3 to 9), daisies and liatris are some of the best contenders for this job.
“Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the comp” — dearzacmac
Oehme, van Sweden Landscape Architecture
Denieli Garden
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Add flowering perennials Many exotic flowering perennials do well in natural gardens when the site is right (check plant directories or with your local garden centre if you’re unsure
Compressing space with vertical and overhead planes creates a powerful experience. Arbors, walls, trees and tall perennials become great tools for creating an experience of place and are worthy considerations for most gardens.I discovered the work of the late Wolfgang Oehme years ago, and have great
great reverence for what he brought to the world of design. Here, his firm constructs a flagstone patio among drifts of robust perennials. The Bertoia chairs are beautiful, and the arbor beyond invites exploration. Creating a plan of circulation through a property becomes one of the first considerations
“tall purple plants” — monicaking
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
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but I have seen this plant thrive for several years in gardens on the East Coast. In the mid-Atlantic, I like this planted in blocks around flowering perennials, like giant hyssop (Agastache 'Blue Fortune', zones 5 to 9).
but I have seen this plant thrive for several years in gardens on the East Coast. In the mid-Atlantic, I like this planted in blocks around flowering perennials, like giant hyssop (Agastache 'Blue Fortune', zones 5 to 9).
hedge, focal plants, textural elements in a walkway or beautiful contrasts to existing structures. There are a host of grasses to choose from, some perennial and some annual, from purple to pink to white to green. When making your selections, be sure to consider climate, maintenance and growing conditions
“Grass” — veryalla
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Zeidler Residence
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be a bully in the garden, overpowering all those more delicate colors. Even if you don’t want dazzling feature walls or beds of glorious gold-flowering perennials, a touch of yellow, as with this dining set, can set your patio alive.More: Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Yellow From the Great Outdoors
a bully in the garden, overpowering all those more delicate colours. Even if you don’t want dazzling feature walls or beds of glorious gold-flowering perennials, a touch of yellow, as with this dining set, can set your patio alive.
“ex dining” — Sunwu K
Susan Cohan, APLD
11 Reviews
Lee Hill Farm
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them. Peonies are gorgeous additions to mixed perennial beds and borders, and make excellent cut flowers. Because of their old-fashioned appeal, they look best in traditional or cottage gardens and planted with other flowering perennials. As their flowers fade, the foliage stays to add a welcome green
Peonies are gorgeous additions to mixed perennial beds and borders, and make excellent cut flowers. Because of their old-fashioned appeal, they look best in traditional or cottage gardens and planted with other flowering perennials. As their
Peonies are gorgeous additions to mixed perennial beds and borders, and make excellent cut flowers. Because of their old-fashioned appeal, they look best in traditional or cottage gardens and planted with other flowering perennials. As their flowers fade, the foliage stays to add a welcome green
“Peonies flowers” — tald
Donald Pell - Gardens
12 Reviews
Chester County Suburbs
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winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn through observation what plants have a fantastic winter presence and which plants look messy and need to be cut back in the fall.
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter.
grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn through observation what plants have a fantastic winter presence and which plants look messy and need to be cut back in the fall.
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through
Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn through observation what plants have a fantastic winter presence and which plants look messy and need to
“Enjoy through the winter. Leave grasses and flowering perennials up through the winter. You'll learn” — dearzacmac
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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garden plants....the front row has some annual colour like nemesia (white and pink), lady's mantle (lime flowers - perennial), Nepeta 'Blue Wonder' (blue flowers - perennial), Hardy geraniums (perennial and various colours), grass is Carex 'Frosty curls', silver plant is Artemesia 'Powis Castle'. Middle
silver foliage throughout the border as a foil for the flowering plants and to "brighten" the border up when the perennials are not blooming. Mix some annuals in throughout...
I like the look of this. The flow, graduation of plants but NEEDS flowers with COLOR.
periods of time will take a toll on your flowers and shrubs. Ask a neighbor to water for you, leave notes on specific care instructions, and be sure your automatic irrigation system is set to run at the proper times.More:Planting guides for your Texas gardenBrowse flowers, plants and garden design ideas
“Great border” — 6mary3
The Barn Nursery and Landscape Center
Inverness Gardens
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Yellow brings any border to life. Like lights switched on, the flowers of Ligularia ‘The Rocket’ (USDA zones 4 to 8) work wonders in the border here. Ligularia ‘The Rocket’ is a great summer-flowering perennial; its flowers reach 4 to 6 feet in height. It needs to be grown in a moist, fertile
Rocket’ is a great summer-flowering perennial; its flowers reach 4 to 6 feet in height. It needs to be grown in a moist, fertile soil in good light. If it’s grown in full sun, the leaves tend to droop in the heat of the day.
Beautiful! Yellow flowers are Rocket (Ligularia
is a great summer-flowering perennial; its flowers reach 4 to 6 feet in height. It needs to be grown in a moist, fertile soil in good light. If it’s grown in full sun, the leaves tend to droop in the heat of the day.
“Plants” — Sandy Cho
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