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Habitat Design
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Contemporary Back Garden 2
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grass"). You'll find many varieties of miscanthus on the market, but most are 4 to 6 feet tall, have a vase shape and bloom anytime from midsummer to fall. My favorite is the standby 'Morning Light' (zones 5 to 9), a vision in very slender, flocked blades. This one blooms late or not at all, making it
4 to 6 feet tall, have a vase shape and bloom anytime from midsummer to fall.
grass"). You'll find many varieties of miscanthus on the market, but most are 4 to 6 feet tall, have a vase shape and bloom anytime from midsummer to fall. My favorite is the standby 'Morning Light' (zones 5 to 9), a vision in very slender, flocked blades. This one blooms late or not at all, making it
“Maiden grass” — lsakagu
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Liatris aspera
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Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder blazing star / Liatris aspera
3-4 feet tall. Need full sun. Early fall.
Missouri Botanical GardenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8) is a late-summer to early-fall bloomer that's about 1 foot wide and
Missouri Botanical GardenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8) is a late-summer to early-fall bloomer that's about 1 foot wide and 3 to 4 feet tall. It grows in dry to medium clay soil and
3-4 ft tall Attracts many butterflies Blooms late summer-fall
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8) is a late-summer to early-fall bloomer that's about 1 foot wide and 3 to 4 feet tall. It
“good cover purple flower” — justdirt
J Biochemist
Teucrium hircanicum
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in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
interest: Summer flowers When to plant: Plant seedlings in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies and bees; heat and drought tolerant Seasonal interest: Summer flowers When to plant: Plant seedlings in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies and bees; heat and drought tolerantSeasonal interest: Summer flowersWhen to plant: Plant seedlings in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
“Iranian wood sage” — jennaglenn
Statile & Todd
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Serpentine Woodland Wall amongst daffodils
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The freestanding stone wall sits within a woodland garden. In the spring, masses of daffodils carpet the woodland area.
Excellent choices include small bulbs like crocus, snowdrops and scilla for lawns; grape hyacinth, species tulips and 'tete-a-tete' dwarf daffodils for rock gardens; and larger daffodils
Need to plant daffodils in the fall.
'tete-a-tete' dwarf daffodils for rock gardens; and larger daffodils and checkered lily (fritillaria meleagris) for fields and woodland settings.
Bulbs for California. If you've seen the spring show at Daffodil Hill in the Gold Country, you know that fall-planted bulbs make themselves right at home
Compensate for our lack of winter chill by keeping tulip and hyacinth bulbs in a paper bag in the refrigerator for six weeks or so. Because of our warm fall weather and warm soil, planting too deep is better than too shallow — 6 inches for daffodil bulbs is fine. Bulbs look best in multitudes — 50 or even
“love daffodils” — tabarnes42
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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wide When to plant: In spring or fall
to 8 Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide When to plant: In spring or fall
Mature size: 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide When to plant: In spring or fall
Wormwood possible on hill to veggie garden. Color, low mtnce, hardy,
and 18 inches wide When to plant: In spring or fall
however.USDA zones: 4 to 8Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sunMature size: 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide When to plant: In spring or fall
“Silver Mound wormwood (Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana') brings a feminine touch with its soft, feathery” — judith195
Andrew Keys
Plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides)
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not fond of soggy soil - turns red in fall - cut back in spring
all over the U.S. It chokes out weeds, blooms in a clear blue that reflects the summer sky and tops it off with fantastic fall color. What more could you ask for?
For garden and path to garage
out weeds, blooms in a clear blue that reflects the summer sky and tops it off with fantastic fall color.
summer sky and tops it off with fantastic fall color. What more could you ask for?
in all kinds of conditions all over the U.S. It chokes out weeds, blooms in a clear blue that reflects the summer sky and tops it off with fantastic fall color. What more could you ask for?
“I recently extolled the virtues of plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides, zones 5 to 9) here, and I” — lindafritzknitz
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Cottage Perennial
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and the plant produces flowers about 2 times a year. The flowers last about 3 - 4 weeks and it's usually in bloom in May/June and then again in the fall it throws up a few more flowers. I have planted 3 plants in a group together (about 12" apart) to form a nice large clump. They grow very quickly and
Great use of containers in the perennial garden.
trio of large pots. herb garden area
pots and perennials phormium vancouver gardens
“Mixing pots with plantings” — evindar
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Parking Courtyard
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The parking courtyard in fall. The evergreen bones of this garden are comprised of several varieties of Boxwood (Buxus sp.) which are accentuated throughout the seasons by Hawthorn trees (Crataegus viridis 'Winter King'), seen here in fall colour. In spring the Hawthorns are covered by clusters of delicate
Green Hawthorn Tree - White Flowers in Spring, red foliage in fall, red berries i winter. "Winter King" is disease-resistant and drought-tolerant.
Green hawthorne tree--spring flowers, fall color, winter berries
tree (Crataegus viridis) White flowers in spring, red leaves in fall, winder red berries.
Green hawthorn (Crataegus viridis) is a lovely tree with three seasons of interest: white flowers in spring, red fall foliage, and in winter, red berries that birds adore. Hardiest in
“Hawthorne tree” — Nicole Pedersen Coughlin
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