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MJ McCabe-Garden Design
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Shoreline Cottage Garden
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I love the clematis growing with the rose
roses and clematises are ideal for framing windows, as shown here, although some occasional, judicious trimming may be necessary. An advantage of growing these two plants together is that with correct pruning, the clematis will flower from the base to the top, its flowers masking the inevitable “bare
An advantage of growing these two plants together is that with correct pruning, the clematis will flower from the base to the top,
roses and clematises are ideal for framing windows, as shown here, although some occasional, judicious trimming may be necessary. An advantage of growing these two plants together is that with correct pruning, the clematis will flower from the base to the top, its flowers masking the inevitable “bare
“clematis and rose” — kate cahill
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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I've tried growing eggplants here in windy Zone 9 Dublin, CA. But never to they look like this! Advice please!
45/list/10-Expert-Tips-for-Growing-Edibles-in-Containers I use big pots, and also build organic soil amendments into the potting soil at the outset, so I don't have to add fertilizer down the road. It's like winding up a clock. You can find out more at http://www.grow-it-organically.com/fertiliz
that is at least 12 inches deep and 16 to 18 inches wide, then give it a place of honor with your other containers. It won’t disappoint. See how to grow eggplants
container that is at least 12 inches deep and 16 to 18 inches wide, then give it a place of honor with your other containers. It won’t disappoint.See how to grow eggplants
“Wow! What a cool potted plant.” — hahancock
The New York Botanical Garden
Shrub Rose
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rose, growing only to 3 feet tall, so it's perfect for the front or middle of a perennial border or for planting in containers. It's a repeat bloomer with a strong tea rose fragrance, a wonderful addition to gardens in zones 5 to 10.
"Best scent: 'Charlotte' is a smaller English rose, growing only
best scent "Charlotte" English rose. Grows only to 3 ft tall so it's great for growing in a container
Best scent. 'Charlotte' is a smaller English rose, growing only to 3 feet tall, so it's perfect for the front or middle of a perennial border or for planting in containers. It's a repeat bloomer with a strong tea rose fragrance, a wonderful addition to gardens in zones 5 to 10.
2. Best scent. 'Charlotte' is a smaller English rose, growing only to 3 feet tall, so it's perfect for the front or middle of a perennial border or for planting in containers. It's a repeat bloomer with a strong tea rose fragrance, a wonderful addition to gardens
“colors” — rvandriel1
Missouri Botanical Garden
Oregano
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anywhere that receives good sunlight and has good drainage. Harvest the leaves just when its flower buds are forming. These plants grow well from seedlings. See how to grow oregano and marjoram
sweet marjoram, anywhere that receives good sunlight and has good drainage. Harvest the leaves just when its flower buds are forming. These plants grow well from seedlings.
Oregano and marjoram - Light requirement: Full sun; may need some afternoon shade in the hottest summer climates Water requirement: Little to some Prime growing season: Late spring through fall When to plant: Spring into summer Favorites: Greek oregano (Origanum vulgare hirtum, O. heracleoticum), Italian oregano
additions to an herb garden. The growing requirements are the same. Once you've got your staple varieties in good shape, it may be time to experiment.Light requirement: Full sun; may need some afternoon shade in the hottest summer climatesWater requirement: Little to somePrime growing season: Late spring through
“Oregano Marjoram” — Locrete Holdings Ltd.
Frank Organ
Stepover Hedging
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temperate conditions, and will produce abundant pinky white flowers from winter through to spring followed by deep metallic blue berries. Though it can grow over 4'-5', it can easily be controlled with pruning and as shown in the 'step-over' hedge ideabook will form a compact low hedge. The best variety
Prunus laurocerasus, are large, strong shrubs if left to grow unclipped.
Nice hedges - The contentious issue is that the species that tend to be used, such as Viburnum tinus and Prunus laurocerasus, are large, strong shrubs if left to grow unclipped.
temperate conditions, and will produce abundant pinky white flowers from winter through to spring followed by deep metallic blue berries. Though it can grow over 4'-5', it can easily be controlled with pruning and as shown in the”
“Hedge between on side yard” — Bubba Murphy
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
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ornamental grass ie growing zones and plant height? Thanks.
Is monkey grass and evergreen and will it grow in South Carolina
lefty 47 -- you could probably find a low-growing daylily in an cooler yellow shade that might give a closer effect. Happy Returns is a great one but is still pretty bright yellow.
Japanese forest grass but if won't grow here then use Stella d Oro Day Lillies
Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9) is a neat, clump-forming deciduous grass growing to 12 inches, with narrow, arching, green-striped, bright yellow leaves, often reddish tinged in autumn and early winter. Here, Japanese forest grass
leaves, often reddish tinged in autumn” “Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9) is a neat, clump-forming deciduous grass growing to 12 inches, with narrow” “Here, Japanese forest grass is planted under pristine white Hydrangea paniculata, creating an enchanting evening walkway
“Variegated Lilly Turf shown in the front of the planter - good shadier spot soft planting” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Sarah Greenman
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Seattle, WA: Brandon and Rebecca
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I like the idea of growing plants in crates
I can grow my vegetable garden
around to keep them in the sun. I could turn one over and make a bench-seat planter. The pine has no harsh chemical treatment, which is important when growing edible plants. I'm sure a liner is required.
Those are huge planters. They would be great for growing veges.
I could turn one over and make a bench-seat planter. The pine has no harsh chem­i­cal treat­ment, which is im­por­tant when grow­ing ed­i­ble plants. I'm sure a liner is re­quired.
Upcycled wine boxes create an edible garden on the tiny balcony. The family grows a host of lettuces, root vegetables, herbs and tomatoes. "My favorite thing about Seattle is the combination of its greenery and proximity to the water," says Brandon. "It always feels fresh here somehow. You can get a
“Planter boxes” — mcadamia
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Canna 'Pretoria'
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Temperate climates. Anyone can grow tropical bulbs, even if those bulbs spend only a few months in the spotlight. Plant them along with spring-blooming bulbs once the days warm up, and they'll continue the show until the first frost. Grow them in containers so they get a head start indoors
Temperate climates. Anyone can grow tropical bulbs, evewn if those bulbs spend only a gew months in the spotlight. Plant them along with spring-blooming bulbs once the days warm up, and they'll continufe the show until the first frost.l Grow them in containers so they get a head start indoors
Tiger' zones 8 and up 6 feet full sun” “Canna 'Bengal Tiger' gives a tall and tropical feeling to a yard.” “Cannas-love moisture but well drained soil & grow to 6'”
“Canna Lillies. Fountain in back is interesting.” — Amelia
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