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Andrew Keys
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Full sun is best. Other Baptisia include: •B. alba: Has white flowers and prefers moist soil •B. bracteata: Shorter •B. sphaerocarpa: Has yellow flowers and is native to the Gulf Coast
Baptisia include: B. alba: Has white flowers and prefers moist soil B. bracteata: Shorter B. sphaerocarpa: Has yellow flowers and is native to the Gulf Coast
Baptisia alba - bracteata- sphaerocarpa(yellow flowers)
Butterfly flowers will be great between the mil house and the dome.
butterfly species, as well as the hoary edge butterfly. Full sun is best. Other Baptisia include:B. alba: Has white flowers and prefers moist soilB. bracteata: ShorterB. sphaerocarpa: Has yellow flowers and is native to the Gulf CoastSee how to grow Baptisia
“Butterfly host flower” — carolynnslater
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Like the birdcage and deep purple flowers
are outdoor classics for a reason. But don't stop there. If shabby chic is your indoor style, take it outside, with linens, pillows and fresh-cut flowers from the garden. It might not be practical for everyday use, but it's ideal for a tea party.
Love tall flower...Wall flowers...Fence, flowers...purple flowers
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Kim Parker Interiors
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Kim Parker Interiors Designer Showcase Space 03
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is definitely not for the shy — but when done well, it can be a fun look. Keeping some elements simple and neutral will help rein in all of those flowers. In the space shown here, the walls are brick and white, and a few simply upholstered chairs and wooden tables are mixed in with the wilder pieces
“great use of color, florals mix but don't fight, same fabric in different colors on the chairs. The” — lmf64
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Gingko House, Harrison, NY
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The large stones with flowers/ succulents coming down t he center looks very natural and the statue is a great draw for the eye.
reached enlightenment. It’s perfectly placed (respectfully high on the rocks) and surrounded by all manner of delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
reached enlightenment. It’s perfectly placed (respectfully high on the rocks) and surrounded by all manner of delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
“Love the Buddha in amongst the natural rock. Need to know the plants growing between the rocks” — bhaynes
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Palo Alto
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Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning
Use of succulent flower-type in garden beds
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.Shown: A. canariense
“Aeoinum ? Succulent” — Kathy Enright
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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lavender
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Massing LavenderFor a mass of lavender against a stone wall or fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have to deal with clumps of lavender for a few years until they fill out and create the mass you are looking for.
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The purple spikey flowers
flowers in bkgd...lavender flowers...Purple flowers...row of flowers
“Side of pool down to guesthouse” — jenarae
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Davis Square Garden
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What is this super cute flower? Strawberry?
Windflowers! Back garden! I love white flowers and yellow flowers and purple flowers.
anemone for pink or white flower perrennial
and tolerances: Can survive cold winters Seasonal interest: The base of the plant has lovely leaves from late spring through summer, then the white flowers bloom in autumn.When to plant: Early fall or spring after the last frost
in landscape design. It may take some time for it to get going, but once it settles in, it spreads easily and lasts a long time. The white or pink flowers are standouts, and the plant is large enough to straddle the border between shrub and perennial. Plant it under tall trees or shrubs so it can take
“This is one of my favorite perennial flowers.” — Hermine Dow
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Lavndula Hybird and Euryops pectinatus bloom
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purple flowers
our purple flowers...Like these flowers...Local flowers...wild flowers...Pretty flowers
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